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'''''Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman''''' is a (primarily) WebFirst AnthologyComic that was published by Creator/DCComics from 2014 to 2016.

The book had a fairly unique concept with each creative team being given relative free reign as all their tales were "continuity free" and were not intended to fit into any DC reality but could take inspiration for their settings from any of them. Every story features a ''different'' unique version of Franchise/WonderWoman and a new creative team. Notable writers and artists who worked on the series include Creator/GailSimone, Amanda Deibert, Phil Jimenez, Marcus To, Adam Hughes, Cecil Castellucci, Karen Traviss, James Tynion IV, Noelle Stevenson, and many others.

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'''''Sensation ''Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman''''' Woman'' is a (primarily) WebFirst AnthologyComic that was published by Creator/DCComics from 2014 to 2016.

The book had a fairly unique concept with each creative team being given relative free reign rein as all their tales were "continuity free" and were not intended to fit into any DC reality but could take inspiration for their settings from any of them. Every story features a ''different'' unique version of Franchise/WonderWoman and a new creative team. Notable writers and artists who worked on the series include Creator/GailSimone, Amanda Deibert, Phil Jimenez, Marcus To, Adam Hughes, Cecil Castellucci, Karen Traviss, James Tynion IV, Noelle Stevenson, and many others.

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* BattleAmongstTheFlames: In "Generations" Diana fights ComicBook/{{Cheetah}} surrounded by a fire caused by a phoenix.

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* SolarSystemNeighbors: In "Venus Rising" Diana accompanies an scientific expedition to Venus, where she and the scientists are surprised to find giant dragon-like living gasbags which seem intent on tearing apart their vessel.

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* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Averted. When Batman, Robin, and Nightwing are sidelined by the villains, Oracle decides to call in a Justice League member, settling on Diana.

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* GildedCage: Diana is a princess who lives in a grand palace in a dimensionally displaced utopia but her mother's insistence that she never leave the island and remain in the palace when they're anchored to a fixed earth location drives her to feel it is a prison, and escape to the wider world at the first opportunity.

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* DitchTheBodyguards: Diana ditched her guards Techne and Epistime first thing, in order to go out on her adventure in the wider world.


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* MagicMirror: In Generations Hippolyta has the scrying mirror she used to keep in the throne room in the Golden Age of Comics and uses it to check up on her daughter after deciding she could take a peek to see how Diana was given the day despite the invasion of privacy.


--> ''"She told me to use Gotham solutions. I told her, I am an Amazon. We invented Gotham solutions."''

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--> ''"She ''"[[ComicBook/{{Oracle}} She]] told me to use Gotham solutions. I told her, I am an Amazon. We invented Gotham solutions."''


* AdaptationDyeJob: Steve is never named but the story of his washing up on the shore and being escorted back by Diana is told from Hippolyta's point of view in "Brace Yourself" and he is brunette rather than his usual blonde.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Steve ComicBook/{{Steve|Trevor}} is never named but the story of his washing up on the shore and being escorted back by Diana is told from Hippolyta's point of view in "Brace Yourself" and he is brunette rather than his usual blonde.


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* LodgedBladeRecycling: In "Generations" after Cheetah lodges a spear in Diana's shoulder Diana yanks it out and uses it to defeat her superpowered foe. Di gets more leeway with this idea than most given her impressive HealingFactor means the hole left behind heals closed very quickly.

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* ChainmailBikini: Hippolyta's iconic Golden Age outfit with a "top" that is essentially a bullet bra with the cups fashioned out of metal makes an appearance on the covers.


'''Diana:''' That's fairly backwards Barda. Don't get lost in the heat of battle.

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'''Diana:''' That's fairly backwards Barda. Don't get lost in the heat of battle.battle.
* {{Unreboot}}: "Vendetta" by Josh Elder seems to take place in a never reached point in the ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1987'' (Post-Crisis) continuity, where ''ComicBook/AmazonsAttack'' never happened and instead things played out in a trajectory that made sense with the plot Creator/GregRucka had been building before the story got derailed by events outside of Franchise/WonderWoman's book.

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* IronicBirthday: Diana first meets Riley when Riley is beneath the boardwalk trying to stop crying and put on a happy face before rejoining her friends for her birthday gathering.
* MakingASpectacleOfYourself: Riley tries on some star shaped sunglasses while her friend with the heart shaped accessories stands in front of a stand with a bunch more, including some heart shaped ones.


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* SymbolMotifClothing: One of Riley's friends, who of is are characterized by her caring nature, wears a lot of hearts including a heart shaped purse and heart bracelets. Riley herself wears a sweater with a large heart on it.
* TestYourStrengthGame: Diana wins large stuffed animals for Riley and her friends at a high striker while the shocked attendant looks on.

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For characters who act as key players see the [[Characters/WonderWoman Wonder Woman character sheet]].


The book had a fairly unique concept with each creative team being given relative free reign as all their tales were "continuity free" and were not intended to fit into any DC reality but could take inspiration for their settings from any of them. Every story features a ''different'' unique version of Franchise/WonderWoman and a new creative team. Notable writers and artists who worked on the series include Creator/GailSimone, Amanda Deibert, Phil Jimenez, Marcus To, Adam Hughes, Cecil Castellucci, Karen Traviss, James Tynion IV and many others.

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The book had a fairly unique concept with each creative team being given relative free reign as all their tales were "continuity free" and were not intended to fit into any DC reality but could take inspiration for their settings from any of them. Every story features a ''different'' unique version of Franchise/WonderWoman and a new creative team. Notable writers and artists who worked on the series include Creator/GailSimone, Amanda Deibert, Phil Jimenez, Marcus To, Adam Hughes, Cecil Castellucci, Karen Traviss, James Tynion IV IV, Noelle Stevenson, and many others.


* {{Homage}}: The game cabinet with a lady twisted into a BoobsAndButPose is a clear homage in style and pose to Kate Beaton's "Strong Female Characters" from ''Webcomic/HarkAVagrant''.

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* {{Homage}}: The game cabinet with a lady twisted into a BoobsAndButPose BoobsAndButtPose is a clear homage in style and pose to Kate Beaton's "Strong Female Characters" from ''Webcomic/HarkAVagrant''.

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