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Wonder Woman battles the Human Tank a supercriminal who's incredibly hard skin makes him impervious to bullets.

When Wonder Woman mysteriously awakens in San Francisco with no memory of how she got there she seemingly finds herself unable to leave. She soon finds the cause only to find herself facing a martian invasion and the devious Duke of Deception.

Wonder Woman happens upon a book that contains a picture of her as a queen from 400 years ago leading her to travel through time to unravel the mystery of how this came to pass.



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This is a pretty typical golden age issue.  In the first story Wonder Woman faces off against an enemy she has never seen before or since called the Human Tank, who despite being invulnerable still wears a helmet for protection.  In the second story Wonder Woman is being manipulated by Duke Deception (who is showing up a lot on these issues) and ends up stopping an invasion of earth by throwing a giant snowball at the invading spaceships.  In the third story Wonder Woman travels back in time and...

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