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"The Man Who Wiped Out Time": The Atom monitors Wonder Woman’s battle against Chronos, who temporarily wipes out all time-perception in Manhattan. But after the Atom’s report, Hawkman appears with a report of another Wonder Woman’s activity in a different locale at the same period.


Quote1 Di! There was a Security Council meeting scheduled for five minutes ago -- but nobody showed up! At least, they think it was five minutes ago! No one in the building knows what time it is! Quote2
-- Morgan Tracy



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Synopsis for "The Man Who Wiped Out Time"

The Atom monitors Wonder Woman’s battle against Chronos, who temporarily wipes out all time-perception in Manhattan. But after the Atom’s report, Hawkman appears with a report of another Wonder Woman’s activity in a different locale at the same period.



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  • As revealed in issue #222, the Wonder Woman who appears in this story is a bio-energy duplicate created by Wayne Dazzle. The real Wonder Woman does not appear in the story.
    • Similarly, the Bracelets of Submission and Lasso of Truth that the duplicate Winder Woman uses are also duplicates, created when she was created. However, the Invisible Plane she uses is the real one.

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