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"Wonder Woman: "The Invisible Invader"": Diana, Steve, and Col. Darnell attend the unveiling of a war monument, only to see it "stolen" by a strange black smoke. Soon after, the Nazis claim responsibility for the smoke, supposedly generated by a new, infallible stealth bomber. When further attac



Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The Invisible Invader"

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Diana, Steve, and Col. Darnell attend the unveiling of a war monument, only to see it "stolen" by a strange black smoke. Soon after, the Nazis claim responsibility for the smoke, supposedly generated by a new, infallible stealth bomber. When further attacks are announced on the American Navy, Diana, Steve, and the Colonel disperse to inspect three different Naval bases along the East Coast.

Along with the Holliday Girls, Diana travels to New London, publicly claiming to be the Holliday Girls' "mascot" for a rowing competition. When the Holliday Girls' chief rower is unable to compete, Diana changes into Wonder Woman and handily wins the race - just in time to spot another wave of black smoke swallowing a nearby boathouse. Certain of Nazi involvement, she investigates, and is soon taken prisoner by a futuristic Nazi airship.

From gloating Nazi officers, Wonder Woman learns everything she wants to know about the airship: its inventor is a traitorous American named Eric Lander, it can flawlessly camouflage itself by a system of mirrors and smokescreens, and it "steals" targets by conventionally bombing them and then hiding the ruins with a three-dimensional projection until the ship itself has escaped. With all these capabilities successfully tested, the Nazis have now set the ship's first "real" target: Capitol Hill.

Bound by her own lasso, Wonder Woman is physically helpless to stop the Nazis, and so telepathically summons Steve and the Holliday Girls to Capitol Hill for reinforcement. As the airship moves into position, the Amazon Princess is surprised by Lander, who reveals himself to be a loyal American infiltrating the Nazis on behalf of War Intelligence. Just in time, Lander unties Wonder Woman, who commandeers the ship and forces it to land before any bombs can be dropped.

Once the ship lands, its panicked crew are driven outside, where Steve and the Holliday Girls make short work of them. Subsequently, Lander is congratulated by Col. Darnell, and promises to contribute his airship design to the Allied arsenal.



Appearing in King: "The Guy Who Liked Bananas"

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Appearing in Real Life Story: "Master Sergeant Meyer Levin Bombardier and Hero"

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Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "A Little Savage Revenge"

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Appearing in Sargon: "The Man Most Likely to Succeed"

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Appearing in "The Minute Man Answers the Call"

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(reprinted from All-Flash #6)

Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Bushmaster"

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Appearing in Picture Stories from History: "Balboa"

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Appearing in Flash: "The Laws of Pumpkin Center"

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