"A Fire In The Sky!": Col. Steve Trevor has been summoned t the office of General Kohler. Kohler has long hated Trevor for his pacifist views. He sends Steve off on a mission intended to kill him and destroy the Amazons in the service of Ares, God of War.
Appearing in "A Fire In The Sky!"
- Col. Steve Trevor (First appearance)
- Isle of Healing (First appearance)
- Amulet of Harmonia
- Boomerang Tiara
- Bracelets of Submission
- Lasso of Truth (First appearance chronologically)
- Amazonian Warship
- F-4 Phantom Jet
Synopsis for "A Fire In The Sky!"
Col. Steve Trevor has been summoned t the office of General Kohler. Kohler has long hated Trevor for his pacifist views. He sends Steve off on a mission intended to kill him and destroy the Amazons in the service of Ares, God of War.
A terrible storm racks Themyscira as Diana prepares to depart on her mission. The god Hephaestus forges a golden lasso from the girdle of Gaia and this is given to Diana. Hermes arrives to take Diana on her quest.
Steve Trevor fights the storm in his jet, almost losing it.
Hermes takes Diana to the Areopagus, the home of Ares, to seek Harmonia and win from her the amulet. She speaks to Harmonia and Harmonia gives her what she seeks. Hermes rushes her back home.
Ares power consumes Trevor's RIO, and turned to an undead creature, he attacks. He tries to kill Steve and drop a bomb on the island below. Diana uses her lasso to toss the bomb away, where it explodes violently, but harmlessly, away from the island. Steve's plane crashes into the sea, but Diana rescues him.
Back at the Air Base, General Kohler is found dead.
The Amazons treat the wounded and inconscious Trevor. Athena appears and send Diana into man's world, Hermes guiding her way.
Questions about Kohler's death start to center on Steve's mission and whether he had anything to do with it. These scenes are observed by Ares sons, Phobos and Deimos.
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