Appearing in "Victory!"Edit
Synopsis for "Victory!"EditWonder Woman, having been chained by a device designed by Hades himself, remembers what she was told of Artemis’s origin: three millenia ago, Artemis had been Hippolyta’s closest friend on the isle of Themiscria. When their old queen died, Hippolyta won the right to the crown by battling and defeating Artemis. Later, Athena and Aphrodite appeared and commanded her to send an Amazon champion into Man’s World, and Artemis was chosen. She was given sword, shield, and tiara, and became known to men of the ancient world as Wonder Woman, anticipating Princess Diana by three millenia. However, Artemis was corrupted by the city-states she went to, defied Athena’s will, and was destroyed. Now, the partially-revived Artemis wishes to kill Hippolyta, and is fighting her way through the latter’s Amazon guard to do so. Wonder Woman finally succeeds in snapping her chains and smashing out of her underground prison, and challenges Artemis. The skeletal Amazon battles her, but Wonder Woman snatches her foe’s sword away with her magic lasso, deducing it is the source of her power. Deprived of the sword, Artemis’s skeleton crumbles away into dust. Elsewhere, Circe, the sorceress who revived Artemis, observes the happenings in her crystal ball and vows revenge.
Appearing in "Dying to Take You Away"Edit
- Pat Pending (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Dying to Take You Away"Edit
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