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Believing Wonder Woman to be her ancient rival Snow White, and the Justice Leaguers to be knights in Snow's service, the Queen of Fables claims Wonder Woman's Wonderdome as her own in "Unhappily Ever After."

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For what starts off as a somewhat bizarre concept for a story arc, it ends here on a decent note.  The League decides that the only way to trap the queen is by trapping her back in the book, but they realize that doing so would mean that the book's characters are also terrorized.  In the meantime it means the League has to struggle against the queen as she grows in strength and absorbs more power from a new assortment of myths.  The League and especially Diana struggles to put get her back in th...

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