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"The Sinister Scheme of Egg Fu": Gen. Darnell sends Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor to sea in the Robot Plane to discover what became of a missing atomic sub. They are both captured by Egg Fu V, the latest in a line of Egg Fus, whose Red Chinese crew have stolen the sub under his direction. The



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Synopsis for "The Sinister Scheme of Egg Fu"

Gen. Darnell sends Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor to sea in the Robot Plane to discover what became of a missing atomic sub. They are both captured by Egg Fu V, the latest in a line of Egg Fus, whose Red Chinese crew have stolen the sub under his direction. The villain holds Wonder Woman prisoner by her own Magic Lasso, but the Amazon asks to perform a dance for him in honor of his victory. Egg Fu V agrees, and she dances, clashing her bracelets together so loudly that the sound waves shatter and destroy the villain. She and Trevor escape the enemy craft, destroying it by ricocheting a torpedo sent at them back at the ship.

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After Steve Trevor asks Diana Prince to ask Wonder Woman when she will marry him, Diana vows to make Steve fall in love with her, rather than her Wonder Woman identity. To this end, Diana, who has just been promoted to captain, stops a truck from crashing and attempts to stop a holdup gang (which Steve defeats himself) and has Wonder Woman host a costume ball in honor of Diana’s promotion, but nothing seems to work. And when the Cheetah and her gang crash the ball in hopes of stealing the charity-marked proceeds, she finally has to change into her Wonder Woman guise and defeat them. Later, dancing with Steve at the ball, Wonder Woman contemplates telling Steve about her secret identity.

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  • This book was first published on September 15, 1966.
  • Diana is promoted to Captain in the second story of this issue.

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