Wonder Woman 9

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-07-23
  • Publisher: Dc Comics

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Is Man's World ready for Wonder Woman to bring Amazonian justice to today's society? James Robinson writes a tale of Diana visiting the small-time crook known as Mayfly in jail over the course of several years. But how do these visits impact Diana and Mayfly?

It was supposed to be a simple rescue mission...

Wonder Woman, her Amazon sister Artemis and their fellow superhero Aztek, joining forces to spring a long-lost Amazon from the clutches of a mad god desperately trying to break into our world from its own. But these three incredible women have stumbled into something much more dangerous--and not just because they're at each other's throats, or because a raging deity is out to destroy them.

There's an entire colony of lost Amazons out there. And they're out for blood.

Now Diana and Artemis must put aside their differences and stop these rogue Amazons from unleashing their full power on an unsuspecting world, starting in the war-torn Middle Eastern nation of Qurac.

Invasion. Occupation. Insurgency. All the horrors of war, waged by women with the powers of the gods. Is even Wonder Woman strong enough to stop it?

Find out in Wonder Woman Vol. 9: The Enemy of Both Sides, a hard-hitting thriller from writer Steve Orlando and a team of talented artists!

Collects Wonder Woman #51-55, plus the Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Special and never-before-collected stories from Wonder Woman Giant #1-2.

Author Biography

Steve Orlando is a comic book writer who has worked for both DC Comics and Image Comics. Along with his creator-owned series Undertow for Image, Orlando is also known for writing Midnighter, Batman: Night of the Monster Men, Supergirl and Justice League of America for DC.

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