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Wonder Woman Vol 1 206

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"War of the Wonder Women": Wonder Woman learns untold facts about her origin: that a second statue of a child, created from black clay, was created by Queen Hippolyta at the same time as she was, and was also given life by Aphrodite, becoming Nubia, who was stolen from her cradle by Mars. Now N



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Synopsis for "War of the Wonder Women"

Wonder Woman learns untold facts about her origin: that a second statue of a child, created from black clay, was created by Queen Hippolyta at the same time as she was, and was also given life by Aphrodite, becoming Nubia, who was stolen from her cradle by Mars. Now Nubia has become the adult pupil of Mars, and is set against Wonder Woman just as Mars attacks Paradise Island.



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