Though there are Wonder Woman comics coming out next week, DC Comics did release Secret Origins #6 that is a Wonder Woman story, and features a great exchange between Wonder Woman and Steve Rogers Steve Trevor that is perfect for #WonderWomanWeek.


Thanks to Pat for letting us know about the issue! A great way to round out the week!




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  1. Rafael Muñoz
    October 24, 2014 at 5:02 pm — Reply

    ¿Wonder Woman and Captain America?

    … i believe that you mean “Steve Trevor” nor “Rogers”.
    That would be cool, though.

    • Grotesk
      October 26, 2014 at 1:35 am — Reply

      Hells yeah! At the end of WWII, Cap could crash the Nazi plane into Paradise Island, be found in a coma by Diana, who takes the shield and costume and returns to the world of men as Wonder Woman, while her mother’s magics preserve Steve until decades later when he is healed and awakens to an island of women who are all as strong and resilient as he is, and he’d naturally assume that the Super Soldier Serum had been developed and distributed, but it or the war somehow killed off all the other men.

      Or wait… That would be the setup for the XXX parody.

      • Grotesk
        October 26, 2014 at 1:41 am — Reply

        Of course, the upshot of the above would be Diana would take the name Ms. America, have a shrinking costume, lose her powers, come back with new ones, then long after she should rightly have done, she’d take the name Captain America and wear a proper uniform, whereupon she would be widely acclaimed by fans.

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