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Wonder Woman Vol 1 168

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"Three Hands on the Magic Lasso": The Collector hires three of Wonder Woman’s old enemies to steal her Magic Lasso.



Appearing in "Three Hands on the Magic Lasso"

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  • Millionnaire collector

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Synopsis for "Three Hands on the Magic Lasso"

The Collector hires three of Wonder Woman’s old enemies to steal her Magic Lasso.

Appearing in "Never in a Million Years"

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Synopsis for "Never in a Million Years"

An Amazon falls in love with an American pilot who has crash-landed near Paradise Island (as did Steve Trevor), and demands the right to return to Man’s World with him, which entails fighting Wonder Woman.

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