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    Wonder Woman #213

    Wonder Woman » Wonder Woman #213 - The War-No-More Machine! released by DC Comics on September 1974.

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    The War-No-More Machine! last edited by mjaumjau on 03/31/24 08:12AM View full history

    A giant robot from outer space robs human beings of their aggressive abilities, and only Wonder Woman and two others acting together can restore them.

    Wonder Woman has her powers back, but is she ready to return to the Justice League of America? The individual heroes of the League monitor the adventures of the Amazing Amazon and draw their own conclusions. This time it is the Flash who observes Diana in action against the giant space robot before making his judgement. Next up to observe the Amazon Princess is Green Lantern.

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    Give peace a chance 0

    This issue is sort of about peace, but I think a lot of people think of pacifists in terms how it is portrayed here.  Here a robot has made everyone on earth into a pacifist except for three and pacifism means that people don't defend themselves, don't hunt and don't commit crimes.  Pacifism actually has nothing to do with any of those three things.  Pacifism relates to war and peaceful resolutions.  There is no such thing as a peaceful resolution in hunting, crime or self-defense.  Those things...

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