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The Amazons Search For Princess Diana in WONDER WOMAN #17 (Exclusive Preview)

The Amazons Search For Princess Diana in WONDER WOMAN #17 (Exclusive Preview)

One of the highlights of the DC Rebirth era has been the triumphant return of writer Greg Rucka to the pages of the monthly Wonder Woman title. Since Rebirth began at DC Comics, Rucka has told the definitive version on Princess Diana’s origin story and arrival in Man’s World together with artist Nicola Scott. He’s also been telling a compelling, modern day Wonder Woman tale with “The Lies,” in which Diana is confronted with the truth about her origins, and it turns out they’re definitely not what she thought they were.

Together with artist Liam Sharp, Rucka is following up “The Lies” with a new storyline called “The Truth” (naturally). In the first part of this story, Wonder Woman has checked herself into a mental health facility because with the different versions of her homeland Themyscira floating around in her head, she’s not sure she can even trust her own senses. Meanwhile, back in her homeland, Diana’s mother Queen Hippolyta hopes to find a way to contact her long missing daughter. And how does the Cheetah fit into all this?

You can check out our exclusive preview of the first five pages of Wonder Woman#17 in our gallery below!

Publisher: DC Comics
Writer: Greg Rucka
Artist: Liam Sharp
Cover Artists: Liam Sharp, Jenny Frison (Variant)

Here’s the official synopsis:

“THE TRUTH” part two! As Wonder Woman picks up the pieces of her shattered psyche, Barbara Ann Minerva walks into the devil’s lair to defend her…or is she being led into Godwatch’s trap?

Wonder Woman #17  is due to hit stores on Wednesday, February 22

Are you excited about this latest developments in the life of Princess Diana of the Amazons? Let us know what you think down below in the comments.

Images: DC Comics


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