Dark Crisis: DC Debuts Wonder Woman’s Brand-New Suit

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In the Wonder Woman one-shot that takes place during the Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths event, she dons a gleaming new suit of armor.

Diana receives a dazzling new golden costume in the first issue of Dark Crisis: Worlds Without a Justice League – Wonder Woman, which was written by Tini Howard and illustrated by Leila Del Duca. The issue also features a new sword, shield, and tiara to go along with Diana’s new look. Because of the way the headgear is shaped, it has the appearance of a bird, which may be a reference to the Golden Eagle Armor worn by the hero in the live-action version of Wonder Woman from 1984. (2020). A preview for the next one-shot features a number of elements from Diana’s dreamworld, one of which is this vivid new outfit.

Within the pages of Justice League #75, Pariah brought about what appeared to be the deaths of Wonder Woman and the other members of the Justice League. In point of fact, every member of the League was transported to their own version of a dreamlike reality. For example, Superman’s Clark Kent was granted the opportunity to bring up his son Jon, while Flash Barry Allen was permitted to lead a joyful life with all of his loved ones. In Diana’s dreamworld, her best friend Etta Candy serves as President of the United States for two terms, and the name of her homeland, Themyscira, has been changed to “Triad of the Amazons.” This name gives the impression that the three Amazonian tribes live together in peace on Themyscira rather than in their own independent regions.

Wonder Woman and the Justice League’s Other Heroes Are Getting Dark Crisis One-Shots

In addition to Diana’s dreamworld, the one-shot will also have a backup narrative centered on Martian Manhunter. Dan Watters and Brandon Peterson will be responsible for writing and drawing the story, respectively. In addition to Superman and Wonder Woman, other Justice League members who were imprisoned during the Dark Crisis and featured in one-shots are Green Lantern/Jon Stewart, Green Arrow/Oliver Queen, and Batman/Bruce Wayne. Superman and Wonder Woman are featured in those stories. One-shots tell supplemental tales about Aquaman, Hawkgirl, and Zatanna. These tales can be found in various collections.

Dark Crisis Is a Story About Legacy and the Great Darkness

The legacy heroes of the DC Universe are at the center of the main event known as Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths. These heroes are tasked with resolving a crisis that was caused by Pariah, Deathstroke, and the Great Darkness. The Great Darkness is the personification of all that is bad in the Multiverse, and it has selected Pariah to serve as the conductor of its plans in order to achieve its objectives. Deathstroke is Pariah’s puppet on Earth, and he is using him to sow havoc and destruction while Pariah is busy trying to exploit the dreamworlds of the Justice League to power his and the Darkness’ goals.

Wonder Woman #1 has artwork by Del Duca, writing by Howard, coloring by Jordie Bellaire, and lettering by Troy Peteri. The story in this issue is titled Dark Crisis: Worlds Without a Justice League. The primary cover illustration was created by Del Duca and Bellaire, while Al Barrionuevo and Annette Kwok were responsible for the alternate cover illustrations. Watters crafted the Martian Manhunter backup story for this issue, and Peterson, Michael Atiyeh, and Peteri were responsible for the issue’s coloring and lettering, respectively. DC Comics will begin selling the issue beginning on September 13th.

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