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"A Spy on Paradise Island": Paula von Gunther escapes from jail. Soon, one of her Girls, Keela, travels to Paradise Island during the Diana's Day Festival by hiding in the Invisible Plane when Wonder Woman takes Etta Candy there. During this Festival one



Appearing in "A Spy on Paradise Island"

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Synopsis for "A Spy on Paradise Island"

Paula von Gunther escapes from jail. Soon, one of her Girls, Keela, travels to Paradise Island during the Diana's Day Festival by hiding in the Invisible Plane when Wonder Woman takes Etta Candy there. During this Festival one of the Amazons wears the mask of the Goddess, and Wonder Woman is chosen this time. Some Amazons dress as deer and are hunted by the others. Keela is able to capture Etta Candy during the hunting festival. She steals Hippolyta's Girdle, enabling her to overpower Wonder Woman and tie her to a tree. However Etta is able to remove the Girdle. Von Gunther's Japanese allies then attempt a military invasion of the island. The Amazons defeat them. Von Gunther is captured and imprisoned on a small island.

Appearing in "The Devilish Devices of Baroness Von Gunther"

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Synopsis for "The Devilish Devices of Baroness Von Gunther"

Paula Von Gunther has a device that enables her to become invisible, and she escapes the Amazon Prison on Reform Island. She had earlier rendered her boat invisible, so that it was thought to have drifted away. Now she invisibly uses it to escape the island.

Soon she uses trickery and other devices to hypnotize Steve into acting as her agent. Meanwhile Wonder Woman finds out, from Von Gunther's slave-girls, that they have the Baroness' picture printed on their brains. This is what enslaves them. Diana allows herself to be captured by Von Gunther. Wonder Woman has her eyes held open and has a projection of Gunther shown to her, weakening her will. Etta rescues Steve from Paula's hypnosis, and together they rescue Diana from von Gunther's brainwashing. Wonder Woman escapes, and stops von Gunther.

Appearing in Wonder Women of History: "Nurse Edith Cavell"

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Appearing in "The Secret of Baroness Von Gunther"

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  • Kibby Maxwell
  • Ann Maxwell
  • Baron von Gunther (Flashback only) (Dies)
  • Gerta von Gunther (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Secret of Baroness Von Gunther"

Wonder Woman discovers that Von Gunther is working for the Nazis because they took her daughter Gerta hostage, after killing her husband. She is able to rescue Von Gunther's daughter from a prison camp and Von Gunther decides to reform.

Appearing in "Ordeal of Fire"

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  • Kibby Maxwell
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Synopsis for "Ordeal of Fire"

Nazis attempt to blow up a building. A boy called Kibby comes to see his mother. As she goes to the basement she is knocked unconscious. The building is set on fire and a bomb placed in it. Kibby finds his mother gagged and chained in the cellar with her feet chained to a pillar. Wonder Woman rescues them and Paula risks her life to find and put out the bomb. Wonder Woman finds Paula, whose face has suffered third-degree burns. She is put on trial, but Wonder Woman defends her and she shows her scarred face, causing the Jury to acquit her. Paula returns to Paradise Island with her former slave girls and her daughter to live and undergo Amazon training. Queen Hippolyta molds fine features onto Paula's face using a special ointment, which the goddess Aphrodite blesses and magically converts into Paula's new face. Paula then agrees to serve Aphrodite, and Wonder Woman is given responsibility for her.

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