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Classic Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman #286

Welcome back once more to another instalment of, Classic Wonder Woman, Precinct1313’s weekly comic cover countdown to the 75th anniversary of everyone’s favourite Amazon warrior. This week we present to you;  355 more words

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Amazonian

Mom dug up some worms. She took me and my new Zebco 33 push button casting rod on a pond fishing adventure. I was a little scared because I was only four years old. 111 more words

Growing Up

Action 781 - Sam Lane's sacrifice

Kelly, Lopez and Alquiza continue with Our Worlds At War in Action 781 (Sept. 01), as Superman finds himself overwhelmed by the war.

Imperiex and his Hollowers are all but undefeatable, and many heroes have fallen in the battles so far.  230 more words

Q is for Queens

Not the “men dressed as women” kind of queens.  Though Greek myths do have their share of those, too.

There are a number of queens in Greek myths, starting with the jealous and oft-betrayed Queen of the Gods, Hera, who is a type unto herself. 2,526 more words

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Classic Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman #216

Welcome back once more, to another instalment of Classic Wonder Woman, Precinct1313’s weekly comic-cover countdown to the 75th anniversary of everyone’s favourite Amazon superhero. This week we delve into the Amazonian archives to bring you;  342 more words

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Hadrian and Hippolyta

Hadrian is derived from the Latin term Hadrianus, “from Hadria.” Hadria was a Northern Italian town from whence the Adriatic Sea derives its name. Of course, the best-known bearer was Emperor Hadrian, who built Hadrian’s Wall in Northern Britain in the second century of the Common Era. 107 more words

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Classic Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman #149

Welcome once more friends, to our ongoing classic comic-cover countdown to the 75th anniversary of the world’s first and most important female superhero. This week we bring you  201 more words

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