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SENSATION COMICS Vol.1, No.11, November 1942; Cover Art: Harry G. Peter; Writer: William Moulton Marston; Penciler: Harry G. Peter; Inker: Harry G. Peter
Cosmic warfare calls Wonder Woman, Etta Candy, and a slightly perplexed Steve Trevor to the stars when Queen Desira of Eros requests their aid through the use of astral projection. At the Palace of Judgment, the visitors see Erosians pleading to remain imprisoned rather than going free and assuming any responsibilities. Rebla is a former prisoner who was too skilled to remain in custody, and so against her will, she was released to rule Trans Mountainia.
There, she defied Eros, and armed her soldiers with paralysis ray guns. Wonder Woman leads troops into battle against Rebla’s forces, but the real victory comes when Rebla experiences a prison run, not by Erosians, but by free men. Rebla sides with the Amazon Princess and her friends, and order is finally restored to Eros. Additional stories featuring Black Pirate, Mr. Terrific, The Gay Ghost, Little Boy Blue, and Wildcat round out the issue.
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