Wonder Woman: Mythos (Justice League of America Series)

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Mysterious events in the Bermuda Triangle propel Wonder ...

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Overview

Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman.

The Flash. Green Lantern.

They are the world's greatest super heroes, fighting endlessly against corruption and injustice. Each of them alone is a formidable opponent of evil, but banded together their powers are unmatched. Ever ready, they stand united as the —

JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA

Mysterious events in the Bermuda Triangle propel Wonder Woman on a desperate search for the truth behind the disappearance of a diver near Themyscira, home of the legendary Amazons. But her discovery of a mirror island — one populated entirely by men — sets events in motion that ultimately cause the Justice League to come into conflict with a figure from Wonder Woman's own mythological past. But is she powerful enough to save them?

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Another installment in the Justice League of America series, this book will only be a priority for those wishing to keep their superhero fans completely satisfied. The story begins with Henry and Ana Lindstadt on a honeymoon diving trip in the Bermuda Triangle finding a thermocline, which is the passage to another dimension. In this dimension the Greek God of War, Ares, has an island full of immortal puppet warriors just waiting for the correct time to annihilate Themyscira, Wonder Woman's island home, and to release the great underground evil they guard and wreak havoc on the world of humans. Henry enters the dimension and comes under the power of Ares and his pulsating orb that magically dominates the players in this drama of impending evil, and the forces are in place to carry out the prophesied scheme. The Justice League of America is notified of suspicious happenings in the area and Wonder Woman responds because her homeland is close to the danger. Soon all the superheroes are involved and the battle commences in earnest. With much volcanic activity, plain magic and superhero strength Ares' orb is soon exposed for its real power. When things settle down at the end Henry and Ana become caretakers of the now humanized horde of would-be warriors who need to learn how to survive as beings in our dimension. The reader is filled in on some of the history and lore of the superheroes in the course of the story. Profanity is kept to a minimum with the word "hell" referring to an actual place once in five uses. Characterizations are shallow and the plot minimal. This is a first novel for Lay, who has been a comic strip author for over 25 years. (Wonder Woman; Justice League of America). KLIATTCodes: JS—Recommended for junior and senior high school students. 2003, Pocket Books, 304p.,
— Ann Hart
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780743417112
  • Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
  • Publication date: 12/30/2002
  • Series: Justice League of America Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 4.60 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Posted August 10, 2009

    WONDERFUL!

    WONDER WOMAN MYTHOS WAS A GREAT BOOK. I ENJOYED IT FROM BEGINNING TO END.
    THE STORYLINE KEPT ME CAPTIVATED WITH EVERY PAGE. GREAT DETAIL GIVEN BY THE AURTHOR CAROL LAY. THE STORY IS ABOUT WONDER WOMAN FINDING AND ISLAND
    JUST LIKE HER OWN BUT IT IS POPULATED BY ONLY MEN.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2007

    OMG!!! Diana like you've NEVER seen her before

    When I picked this book up I didnt think much of it but reading those words. I didnt see Wonder Woman Batman Superman. I saw Diana Clark Bruce in the most interesting and funny way. A tru read for all comic lovers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2003

    Wonder Woman? Yeah!

    To tell the truth, I'm not a huge Wonder Woman fan. I only picked up this book for the Alex Ross cover, but I read a few pages and got hooked. Lay did a great job with the JLA characters and made Wonder Woman an appealing and believable super hero. The book is well-written, fast-paced, and mixes in humor and horror with action and human moments. I stayed up far too late to finish it, but it was worth it. A fun book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2003

    Wonder Woman Lives!

    This novel kept me interested through the whole 300 pages. Even superhero novels have their necessary slow parts, but not this one. It is exciting, dramatic, heart-warming and horrifying. Wonder Woman is portrayed as a human yet regal princess, exactly as she should be. I liked the part where Green Lantern observes that what makes Batman stand out is that he has class.

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    Posted January 28, 2010

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