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DC Preview: Wonder Woman #765

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DC Preview: Wonder Woman #765

The invisible jet is going down-look out below!

The invisible jet is going down-look out below! On a mission to the heart of super-villain-occupied Zandia, Wonder Woman is stopped dead in her tracks by a turf war that’s turning deadlier by the minute. After a heated consult with the Justice League, Diana finds herself on her own with the supposedly reformed Max Lord to complete her mission-and to make matters worse, each side is using Lord Industries’ stolen tech to turn their forces into mind-warping super-armies! Who shot down Diana’s stealthy ride? The answer will make you dizzy…

Written by: Mariko Tamaki
Pencils: Steve Pugh
Inks: Steve Pugh
Colored by: Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Cover by: David Marquez, Alejandro Sanchez
Page Count: 24 Pages
Release Date: October 27 2020
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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DC Preview: Wonder Woman #765

DC Preview: Wonder Woman #765

DC Preview: Wonder Woman #765

DC Preview: Wonder Woman #765

DC Preview: Wonder Woman #765

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