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"Wonder Woman: "Adventure of the Pilotless Plane"": When Steve pays her office a surprise after-hours visit, Diana finds her secret identity jeopardized. Thinking fast, the Amazon Princess multitasks the different hemispheres of her brain (a discipline all Amazons are trained in) and activates h



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Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "Adventure of the Pilotless Plane"

When Steve pays her office a surprise after-hours visit, Diana finds her secret identity jeopardized. Thinking fast, the Amazon Princess multitasks the different hemispheres of her brain (a discipline all Amazons are trained in) and activates her mental radio as Wonder Woman while conversing with Steve in-person as Diana Prince.

Once Steve has left with suspicions eased, Wonder Woman and Paula return to Paradise Island on orders from Queen Hippolyta. There, the Queen uses the Magic Sphere to display Japan's latest invention: a chemical that will neutralize all American airplanes. Determined to thwart the Japanese, Wonder Woman prays to Aphrodite for guidance, and the Goddess responds by supercharging the Amazon Princess' brain with wisdom.

Newly inspired, Wonder Woman enlists Paula and Mala to help equip the invisible plane with a telepathic control, while simultaneously warning Steve of the new Japanese threat. Steve personally flies to China to relay the warning, but is soon captured by a nightclub dancer - really a disguised Dr. Poison, the anti-aircraft chemical's inventor. Now unopposed, the Japanese shower an Allied airfield with the chemical and quickly render every plane useless.

At the first opportunity, Steve relays a distress call to Wonder Woman's mental radio. Though the invisible plane has not finished upgrading, Wonder Woman reacts immediately, flying to China on a plane borrowed from Mala. Upon arrival, Wonder Woman quickly defeats most of Steve's captors, but is overcome by Dr. Poison's anesthetic grenade and taken prisoner as well. After gloating over their captives, Dr. Poison and her superiors leave, preparing to bomb the Allied airfield.

Once left alone, Wonder Woman immediately escapes with Steve, then mentally summons the newly-upgraded invisible plane. Multitasking her brain as before, the Amazon Princess directs her plane to wipe out all Japanese bombers, while crushing ground forces with her bare hands. In minutes, the entire Japanese base is destroyed, whereupon Wonder Woman and Steve flee with a captive Dr. Poison - plus the antidote to the anti-aircraft formula.

Appearing in Black Pirate: "The Cruise of the Flying Dutchman"

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  • Peg Leg Mellish (Single appearance)

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Appearing in Little Boy Blue: "Too Hot to Handle"

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Appearing in Gay Ghost: "The Case of the Vanishing Houses"

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  • Charles Collins

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  • Silve (Single appearance)
  • Togio (Single appearance)

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Appearing in Mr. Terrific: "A Symphony of Sock"

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  • Maestro Morelli (Single appearance)
  • Roy Copeland (Single appearance)

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Appearing in Wildcat: "Heads or Tails, You Lose"

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  • Dean Slater (Single appearance)
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  • "The Adventure of the Pilotless Plane": General Shootyu's name is a obviously a pun on shoot you.



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