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Diana Battles Darkseid in WONDER WOMAN #44 (Exclusive Preview)

Diana Prince has had a lot on her plate these past few months in the pages of Wonder Woman. First she learned she has a long lost twin brother named Jason to whom she’s had to show the proper Amazonian ways. Even worse, she’s had to contend with the return of Darkseid, who was turned into an infant in the pages of Justice League. As if all that wasn’t enough, she’s also got to deal with the Lord of Apokolips’ half-Amazon daughter Grail.

Now, the newly adult again Darkseid wants a new army to do his bidding. And who are the best warriors in the DC Universe? The Amazons. But Wonder Woman isn’t too keen on letting her people become Darkseid’s slave army, and with her brother Jason in tow, she plans to stop Darkseid’s plans at whatever the cost. Writer James Robinson has been been turning Diana’s world upside down over the past few months, and it looks like she’s not getting a break anytime soon!

You can check out our exclusive preview of the first five pages from Wonder Woman #44, along with the regular cover, down below in our gallery. The variant cover by Jenny Frison celebrating 80 years of Superman can be seen above. 

Publisher: DC Comics

Writer: James Robinson
Artists:  Emanuela Lupacchino
Cover Artists: Carlo Pagulayan, Jenny Frison (variant)

Here’s the official synopsis for issue #44:

““AMAZONS ATTACKED” part four! When last they met, Wonder Woman was robbed of a chance to meet Darkseid in single combat—and she’s certain she’d be able to take him down. At last, she’s going to get her wish—but with Darkseid at full power, is she still sure she’ll survive?

Wonder Woman #44  is due to hit stores on Wednesday, April 11th

Are you as excited as we are to see Diana go toe-to-toe with Darkseid? Let us know your thoughts down below in the comments.

Images: DC Comics

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