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Wonder Woman Vol 1 222

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"Will the Real Wonder Woman Please...Drop Dead!": Batman reveals that the Wonder Woman that the Atom saw was a duplicate of the real Amazon Princess. He goes on to relate the case that he monitored: Diana Prince encountered her duplicate outside of the United Nations and had a battle with her,



Appearing in "Will the Real Wonder Woman Please...Drop Dead!"

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Villains:

  • Bio-energy duplicate of Wade Dazzle (First appearance) (Dies)
  • Bio-energy duplicate of Wonder Woman (Dies)

Locations:

  • Dazzleland

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Synopsis for "Will the Real Wonder Woman Please...Drop Dead!"

Batman reveals that the Wonder Woman that the Atom saw was a duplicate of the real Amazon Princess. He goes on to relate the case that he monitored: Diana Prince encountered her duplicate outside of the United Nations and had a battle with her, both of them switching to their Wonder Woman identities. The real Wonder Woman found herself aboard a remote-controlled plane taking her to Dazzleland, the theme park created by children’s writer Wade Dazzle. However, Dazzle has been dead and in deep-freeze for some time, while his duplicate, created of bio-energies sapped from the visitors to Dazzleland, ran the park and created the duplicate of Wonder Woman. Since Wonder Woman is an Amazon, the duplicate Dazzle feels that her immortal bio-energy cannot be depleted, and she can keep the original Wade Dazzle alive forever. Wonder Woman breaks free of the double-Dazzle’s trap and fights off her duplicate. Both the duplicate Dazzle and Wonder Woman die in an acid bath triggered by the villain. Wonder Woman meets with Batman just after the battle. The Caped Crusader confirms that the original Wade Dazzle is really dead. Wonder Woman feels that, since her duplicate was the one to defeat Chronos, she has only performed 11 labors. Batman disagrees, and later tells the JLA that the duplicate’s battle against Chronos should be counted as a legitimate labor. The League members vote unanimously to restore Wonder Woman to full membership in the team.



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