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Wonder Woman: The Once and Future Story

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"The Once and Future Story": At a dig in Ireland, Julia Kapatelis and Moira Keneally uncover stone tablets with Greek on them, and ask Wonder Woman to translate. They uncover the forgotten history of the Ephesians and their princess, Artemis, and her struggle against the abductor



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Synopsis for "The Once and Future Story"

At a dig in Ireland, Julia Kapatelis and Moira Keneally uncover stone tablets with Greek on them, and ask Wonder Woman to translate. They uncover the forgotten history of the Ephesians and their princess, Artemis, and her struggle against the abductor of her mother, Theseus. Wonder Woman is saddened to learn that the violence that befell her own people was not an isolated incident, and neither is it a thing of the past, as she is forced to save doctor Keneally from her own abusive husband.



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A special interest issue dealing with domestic violence. In the inside back cover, several figures and help lines are listed.

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