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Wonder Woman: Who is Wonder Woman? (2006)

by Allan Heinberg

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Love the artwork and the story! My kind of Wonder woman. ( )
  BellaStormborn | Aug 1, 2016 |
Story-telling is fine but end is bit tame. It has lovely horde of characters. Would love to read more tales about Wonder Woman. :) ( )
  poonamsharma | Apr 6, 2013 |
When DC decided to relaunch Wonder Woman after Infinite Crisis I was excited for it because I wondered what the changes would be. I was floored when the first pages showed that Donna Troy was the new Wonder Woman instead of the classic Diana. This felt like a nice nod to fans of that particular character who wanted her to be Wonder Woman, but these fans would have little joy for this series because for most of the story Donna would be hanging around the neck of a villain. While I am a huge fan of the character Donna Troy I appreciated this particular story in that it established why Diana had been missing and also where she was currently in her life. The story was also paying respect in many ways to each character within the world of Wonder Woman. While this is probably not the single best Wonder Woman story created it is one that is interesting to read and really shows that Wonder Woman does have her own great rogue gallery, even if no one seems to want to recognize it. ( )
  CassieWinters | Mar 30, 2013 |
This is the relaunch of the Wonder Woman series after the events of Infinite Crisis. Diana has decided to pass on her status as Wonder Woman to Donna Troy. She sets up a new identity working for Metahuman Affairs as Agent Diana Prince. Ironically, her first assignment as agent is to find Wonder Woman. Her past foes, Giganta, Cheetah, Dr. Psycho, and Circe have kidnapped Donna Troy in hopes of flushing Diana out. Hercules makes an appearance claiming to be the new champion of the Greek gods and Circe takes over as Wonder Woman with violent results. It’s a fun story that retells her origin, establishes her main opponents, and brings back her old alter ego.

The title “Who is Wonder Woman?” has a double meaning; who is going to be the new Wonder Woman and is Wonder Woman the immortal champion of the Greek Gods or the human Diana Prince. Part of the dilemma is physically resolved by the end. ( )
  craso | Mar 18, 2008 |
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Donna Troy takes over as Wonder Woman when Amazon warrior Diana goes missing, but when Diana returns, she resumes her alternate identity as secret agent Diana Price while trying to decide if she will return to being Wonder Woman.

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