"Swan's Song, Part Two": Inside the residence of the Darling family, Diana fights Vanessa, a girl she rescued in the past who was a dear friend to her. She transformed into a twisted version of her once innocent fantasy, t
Appearing in "Swan's Song, Part Two"
- Silver Swan
- Darling Family (Appear only as corpses)
- Deep Six (Mentioned only)
- DeSaad (Mentioned only)
- Glaucus (Mentioned only)
- Hercules (Mentioned only)
- Justice League (Mentioned only)
- Kalibak (Mentioned only)
- Kanto (Mentioned only)
- Virman Vundabar (Mentioned only)
- Apokolips (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Swan's Song, Part Two"
Inside the residence of the Darling family, Diana fights Vanessa, a girl she rescued in the past who was a dear friend to her. She transformed into a twisted version of her once innocent fantasy, the Silver Swan. She brutally killed an innocent family for envy, and Diana cannot believe she could be that sick. Still, she's restraining herself as she does not want to hurt her. She tells her this, hoping she will stop, but the girl does not while faking to be completely another person. She explains Diana it was wonderful to gut her new friends, getting her revenge for being left alone all this time.
The Amazon Jungle
Darkseid is still on Earth, telling Grail to not have any doubts about the fact they are secure. This temple, a place where the magic of the Old Gods and the technology of the New meet, is hidden to both Wonder Woman or the Justice League. Here he can build what he needs to make his plan proceed, but he still needs the four missing artifacts Giganta wasn't able to steal. That's why she just sent his Female Furies to retrieve them. Their first destination is inside the Tokapi Palace Musem, in Istanbul, where Steve Trevor and the Oddfellows are searching for the same item as them.
Back to the fight between Diana and Silver Swan
Diana has an hypothesis: the nanobots that Vanessa has inside her body did not change only her physical abilities, making her not only able to walk but building her wings and giving her a supersonic voice. Diana believes they also are messing with her mind, but Vanessa answers her that she did what she wanted to do, that she controls herself. She is full of rage and madness, and Wonder Woman is the cause of that: she will pay the price. While the two keep on fighting, Jason intervenes in the match but undervalues Silver Swan, who cuts his throat, enraged by the fact Diana had a brother, someone she loved more than her. From that moment on, Diana decides she will not restrain herself anymore.
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