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A flying saucer lands with only a child inside leaving Wonder Woman with the mystery of where the child came from and how to return the child to its parents.

Wonder Woman helps a doctor to outdo her chauvinistic male co-workers.

Wonder Woman must save the people of the blue dimension from invaders from the orange dimension. Her trip to the blue dimension is given as explanation for why Wonder Woman's hair is blue.

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 Another pretty typical golden age issue.    As usual there are three stories.   The first has to do with Wonder Woman intercepting a mysterious flying saucer (flying saucers were quite common in golden age stories) and then dealing with the human boy she finds inside.   The second story involves Wonder Woman trying to prove to a bunch of skeptical men that an all-woman ambulance team can be successful.   The third is one of the weirdest ones I have read thus far and verges on breaking the fourt...

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