Wonder Woman #5

    Wonder Woman » Wonder Woman #5 - Battle For Womanhood released by DC Comics on June 1943.

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    Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston pens four more tales starring the Amazon Princess, starting with the "Battle for Womanhood," which first introduces the world to the classic Wonder Woman villain Dr. Psycho!

    Dr. Psycho, a brilliant mind caged in a dwarf's body, is betrayed by all around him. He seeks his revenge with his great mind powers... can Wonder Woman stop him?


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    I am not a Doctor Psycho fan and I have been putting off reading this issue (his first appearance) because of it.  After reading it though I found it to be a decent enough issue.  Unlike other comics so far in the Wonder Woman run, this one had two plot devices rather than one.  In the first story Mars mentally influences Doctor Psycho and then he sets out on his crime spree.  In the second one Diana is again back to Mars to help the Martian slave women and in the third Diana has to deal with Do...

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