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An underworld scientist known as Spider shrinks Wonder Woman to the size of a flea. Wonder Woman then finds herself in a flea circus where the fleas have been trained to react to her as if she were a dangerous animal. She must find away to escape and return to her normal size.

 

Wonder Woman rescues a plane that wanders into a nuclear test only to be contaminated by radiation. While it cannot harm her she is now a danger to everyone around her.

 

When the governor's car and escort disappear Wonder Woman must investigate their disappearance and rescue the governor.

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Except for one short moment near the end, the three stories contained within are fairly typical of the era.  In the first Wonder Woman is shrunk to miniature size and made to perform in a flea circus, against actual fleas.   In the second story she becomes temporarily radioactive and must give up her crimefighting career.  The third story contains a bridge which leads to nowhere, in that people that cross it disappear.   This eventually leads Wonder Woman to discover that a future post-apocaly...

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