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DC Preview: Wonder Girl #2

Wonder Girl seems destined for great things.

After receiving a sacred gift from the gods of Brazil, our hero seems destined for great things. Little does she know, another pantheon has been watching her as well. Hera, queen of the Greek gods, has chosen Yara to become her latest champion. But what need does the goddess have for a warrior of her own? Find out in this stirring second issue!

Wonder Girl (2021-) #2

Written by Joelle Jones
Pencils Joelle Jones, Adriana Melo
Inks Joelle Jones, Adriana Melo
Colored by Jordie Bellaire
Cover by Jordie Bellaire, Joelle Jones
Release Date: July 6, 2021

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