"Fire and Torment": The gods of Olympus watch as Diana fights the hydra. She binds the hydra with her lasso and kills it with arrows. As it dies, she is caught in the blast and lands unconscious, the next test, the test chosen by Morpheus, god of dreams.
Appearing in "Fire and Torment"
- Doug Aanonson (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Fire and Torment"
The gods of Olympus watch as Diana fights the hydra. She binds the hydra with her lasso and kills it with arrows. As it dies, she is caught in the blast and lands unconscious, the next test, the test chosen by Morpheus, god of dreams.
Steve Trevor and Etta Candy arrive in Steve's hometown. They are too late, however, Steve's father passed away before their arrival.
Back on Themyscira, Hippolyte makes the decision to aid Diana, even against the will of the gods. Setting asside her crown, she races off. The other Amazons see her go and determine that she must be stopped before she dooms them all.
Diana awakes. Most of her armor and weapons have been lost. She is just Wonder Woman again. She is confronted by two portals. A wailing attacks her mind, and she can't shut it out. She sees an image of her sisters, pleading with her for help, down one passage. She hesitates, knowing it could be a trap, but then sees Julia in pain, begging for help, and falls for the trap. She is attacked by Echidna.
Hippolyta reaches the cavern, but is blocked by Phillipus. The two Amazons fight, Hippolyte defeating Phillipus, and sending her home.
Pan watches the outcome of the fight. He is up to something, and fears Hippolyte will reveal it. He decides he must stop her.
Diana defeats Echidna and dives into a pool of light. She emurges in a stormy sky, an old Air Force plane hurlting by. She plunges out of control into the ocean. On the sea floor lays the wreck of the plane. Diana mistakes it for Trevor's Phantom II, but it is in fact an older wreck. Poseidon makes things clear, and Diana realizes it is an older plane. She meets a woman dressed as she was when she entered the caverns. The woman introduces herself as the warrior Diana, for whom Wonder Woman was named.
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