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Wonder Woman is dead – here’s what you need to know

Wonder Woman is dead. RIP the Amazon warrior-princess of Themyscira, 1941-2022.

If you thought Diana of the Amazons was immortal thanks to her connection to DC’s Olympian gods, think again – and think fast when Wonder Woman’s death arrives in Justice League #75, “Death of the Justice League,” on the 26th. april.

If that title sounds ominous, it should, because not only Wonder Woman, but Batman, Superman, and nearly every member of the Justice League – a lone survivor (we won’t spoil his identity here) – return. The land to tell the story.

Justice League #75

Batman dies on the cover of Justice League #75 (Image credit: DC)

Superheroes regularly die and come back to life in the comics, but with Wonder Woman and the League dead, Justice League #75 will also mark the end of the ongoing Justice League title, as DC says that will be the future. predictable.

And the idea that Wonder Woman might return from the dead doesn’t answer important questions about when and how that might happen, let alone what will happen to Wonder Woman’s own comic book, by the way.

Here’s what you need to know about how, why, and what happens after Wonder Woman dies.

How does Wonder Woman die?

Justice League #75 pits the core Justice League against the “Dark Army” of some of the DC Universe’s most notorious and powerful villains, including Wonder Woman’s nemesis Ares, Doomsday, Darkseid, and more. . The power known as the “Great Darkness”.

This force has been established as a demonic entity whose machinations have been felt but not seen since the Great Dark, the rewrite of the Multiverse in 1985. Crisis on Infinite Earths. The original “Crisis” has since informed many DC reboots and returns over the decades, including the upcoming “Dark Crisis” that will take place after The League’s demise.

Crisis on Infinite Earths is also where Pariah, the leader of the dark army and the main servant of the great darkness, emerges with his current plans as part of his plan to restore his own reality, which has been completely destroyed. in the original crisis. Pariah’s connection to the Great Dark allows her to take the League by surprise, even defeating Wonder Woman, the DC Universe’s greatest warrior.

How will Wonder Woman’s death affect the DC Universe?

Justice League #75

Cover of Justice League #75 (Image credit: DC)

Following the death of Wonder Woman and the Justice League, DC will be ending its current Justice League title, which the publisher says will remain dormant for some time. But the Wonder Woman solo title will continue, thanks to DC’s “divine continuity” concept, which states that all DC stories take place at some point in the various worlds of the Omniverse and are only referenced and filmed as much as an individual story requires. Even though he died during the events of the ‘Dark Crisis’.

The particular reasons and how of Wonder Woman being alive in her own title while simultaneously dying in another story requires a full explanation in its own right (and we’ve gone deeper and deeper into discussing the disappearance of the Wonder Woman’s Justice League Batman teammate).

But the simplest version of the explanation is that while the two stories are released at the same time, they technically take place at different points in the DC Universe’s history timeline.

The “Death of Justice League” and ensuing Dark Crisis take place in the near future of the DC Universe, and while the exact timeline remains to be seen, whether it’s weeks or months, it’s the Wonder Woman solo that matters. The comic and “Dark Crisis” take place at different points in the same timeline.

What will happen next in Wonder Woman?

Wonder Woman’s own death may have played a significant role in “Death of the Justice League” and the “Dark Crisis” that followed, but at Diana’s home in Themiscyra, she is currently dealing with the repercussions of her mother’s murder, Hippolyta. He left an opening in the Amazon Queen’s throne and an assassin to catch.

This story takes place in “Trial of the Amazons”, currently in the main Wonder Woman title, and in several spin-offs, including the Trial of the Amazons limited series. But some of the ending, specifically the identity of Hippolyta’s murder, may have already been leaked by DC.

In addition to the sequel to the main Wonder Woman title, DC will release a one-shot titled Artemis: Wanted #1 in July. As the title suggests, the single shot focuses on Artemis of the Bana-Mighdall, one of the Amazon tribes outside of Themiscyra. Artemis once filled Diana in as Wonder Woman for a time, but now appears to have killed Hippolyta as she escapes the other Amazons. But there may be more to the story than meets the eye.

Wonder Woman has become one of DC’s most prominent heroes in recent years, the comic book lineup has expanded and become the focus of crossover events like the aforementioned “Trial of the Amazons”, and DC is an editor smart enough to know everything. Once she figures that out, don’t expect Wonder Woman to be canceled anytime soon or Diana to be absent from the DC cast altogether, but her death in “Dark Crisis” is resolved down the line.

And yes, that is sure to happen – superheroes coming back from the dead are part of history.

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Wonder Woman is dead – here’s what you need to know

Wonder Woman is dead. RIP the Amazonian Princess-Warrior from Themyscira, 1941-2022.
If you thought Diana of the Amazons was immortal thanks to her connection to DC’s Olympian gods, think again – and think fast, as Wonder Woman’s death arrives in April 26’s Justice League #75, ‘Death of the Justice League.’
If that title sounds ominous, it ought to, as it’s not just Wonder Woman, but Batman, Superman, and nearly all of the core Justice League members – with only one survivor (whose identity we won’t spoil here) making it back to Earth to tell the tale.

Batman is dead on the Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
Superheroes die and come back to life regularly in comic books, but while Wonder Woman and the League are dead, Justice League #75 will also mark the end of the ongoing Justice League title for what DC says will be the foreseeable future.
And the idea that Wonder Woman may return from death doesn’t answer the substantial questions about when and how that could happen, let alone what’s going to happen to Wonder Woman’s own comic in the meantime. 
Here’s what you need to know about how it happened, why it happened, and what happens next in the wake of Wonder Woman’s death.
How does Wonder Woman die?
Justice League #75 pits the core Justice League against a ‘Dark Army’ of some of the most infamous and powerful villains in the entire DC Universe, including Wonder Woman’s arch-enemy Ares, Doomsday, Darkseid, and others, all guided by the destructive force known as the ‘Great Darkness’.
That force, the Great Darkness, has been established as an evil presence whose machinations have been felt but not seen since all the way back in 1985’s Multiverse-rewriting event Crisis on Infinite Earths. The original ‘Crisis’ has informed numerous DC reboots and retcons in the decades since – all the way up to and including the upcoming ‘Dark Crisis’ which takes place after the League’s deaths. 
Crisis on Infinite Earths is also where Pariah, the leader of the Dark Army and main servant of the Great Darkness originates, with his current schemes all part of a plan to restore his home reality which was destroyed all the way back in the original Crisis. Pariah’s connection to the Great Darkness is what allows him to take the League by surprise, even taking down Wonder Woman, the greatest warrior in the DC Universe.
How will Wonder Woman’s death affect the DC Universe?

Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
In the wake of Wonder Woman and the Justice League’s deaths, DC will end the current Justice League title, which the publisher says will be dormant for some time. But thanks to DC’s ‘Divine Continuum’ concept, which states all DC stories take place somewhere at some point in the various worlds of the Omniverse to be referenced and drawn from only as much as an individual story requires, Wonder Woman’s solo title will continue on even as she’s dead during the events of ‘Dark Crisis’.
The specific why’s and how’s of Wonder Woman being alive in her own title while she’s simultaneously dead in another story require a whole explanation on their own (and we went more in-depth of the ins and outs while discussing the death of Wonder Woman’s Justice League teammate Batman).
But the simplest version of the explanation is, that even though both stories are being published simultaneously, they technically take place at different points in the in-story chronology of the DC Universe.
The events of ‘Death of the Justice League’ and the subsequent Dark Crisis take place in the immediate future of the DC Universe, and although the exact chronology remains to be seen, whether its weeks or months, the important thing is, Wonder Woman’s solo comic and ‘Dark Crisis’ are considered to take place at different points in the same timeline.
What happens next for Wonder Woman?
Wonder Woman’s own death may be front-and-center in ‘Death of the Justice League’ and the subsequent ‘Dark Crisis,’ but on Diana’s home of Themiscyra, she’s currently dealing with the fallout from the murder of her mother Hippolyta, which has left an opening on the throne of the Amazon queen – and an assassin to apprehend.
That story, ‘Trial of the Amazons’, is currently unfolding in Wonder Woman’s core title, as well as several spin-offs including a Trial of the Amazons limited series. But part of the ending – specifically the identity of Hippolyta’s murder – may have already been leaked by DC.
Along with the continuation of Wonder Woman’s core title, DC will publish a one-shot titled Artemis: Wanted #1 in July. As implied by the title, the one-shot focuses on Artemis of the Bana-Mighdall, one of the Amazon tribes who hail from outside Themiscyra. Artemis once filled in for Diana as Wonder Woman for a while, but now it seems she may have murdered Hippolyta, as she’ll go on the run from the other Amazons. But there may be more to the story than meets the eye.
Wonder Woman has become one of DC’s highest-profile heroes in recent years, with her comic line expanding and becoming the focus of crossover events such as the aforementioned ‘Trial of the Amazons’, and DC is a smart enough publisher to know a good thing when it’s got it, so don’t look for Wonder Woman to be canceled anytime soon, or for Diana to be completely absent from DC’s line however her death in ‘Dark Crisis’ is resolved down the line. 
And yeah, you can rest assured it will be – superheroes coming back from the dead is all part of the story.
Check out more Newsarama coverage of the ‘Death of the Justice League’
The Justice League, DC’s preeminent superhero team, dies at 62
DC just killed Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and the Justice League – here’s how they did it
Are Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Justice League really dead? Yes … and no
What the hell is a Godstorm? That Justice League #75 moment explained
This DC superhero has an ‘Endgame’ moment in Justice League #75

#Woman #dead #heres

Wonder Woman is dead – here’s what you need to know

Wonder Woman is dead. RIP the Amazonian Princess-Warrior from Themyscira, 1941-2022.
If you thought Diana of the Amazons was immortal thanks to her connection to DC’s Olympian gods, think again – and think fast, as Wonder Woman’s death arrives in April 26’s Justice League #75, ‘Death of the Justice League.’
If that title sounds ominous, it ought to, as it’s not just Wonder Woman, but Batman, Superman, and nearly all of the core Justice League members – with only one survivor (whose identity we won’t spoil here) making it back to Earth to tell the tale.

Batman is dead on the Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
Superheroes die and come back to life regularly in comic books, but while Wonder Woman and the League are dead, Justice League #75 will also mark the end of the ongoing Justice League title for what DC says will be the foreseeable future.
And the idea that Wonder Woman may return from death doesn’t answer the substantial questions about when and how that could happen, let alone what’s going to happen to Wonder Woman’s own comic in the meantime. 
Here’s what you need to know about how it happened, why it happened, and what happens next in the wake of Wonder Woman’s death.
How does Wonder Woman die?
Justice League #75 pits the core Justice League against a ‘Dark Army’ of some of the most infamous and powerful villains in the entire DC Universe, including Wonder Woman’s arch-enemy Ares, Doomsday, Darkseid, and others, all guided by the destructive force known as the ‘Great Darkness’.
That force, the Great Darkness, has been established as an evil presence whose machinations have been felt but not seen since all the way back in 1985’s Multiverse-rewriting event Crisis on Infinite Earths. The original ‘Crisis’ has informed numerous DC reboots and retcons in the decades since – all the way up to and including the upcoming ‘Dark Crisis’ which takes place after the League’s deaths. 
Crisis on Infinite Earths is also where Pariah, the leader of the Dark Army and main servant of the Great Darkness originates, with his current schemes all part of a plan to restore his home reality which was destroyed all the way back in the original Crisis. Pariah’s connection to the Great Darkness is what allows him to take the League by surprise, even taking down Wonder Woman, the greatest warrior in the DC Universe.
How will Wonder Woman’s death affect the DC Universe?

Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
In the wake of Wonder Woman and the Justice League’s deaths, DC will end the current Justice League title, which the publisher says will be dormant for some time. But thanks to DC’s ‘Divine Continuum’ concept, which states all DC stories take place somewhere at some point in the various worlds of the Omniverse to be referenced and drawn from only as much as an individual story requires, Wonder Woman’s solo title will continue on even as she’s dead during the events of ‘Dark Crisis’.
The specific why’s and how’s of Wonder Woman being alive in her own title while she’s simultaneously dead in another story require a whole explanation on their own (and we went more in-depth of the ins and outs while discussing the death of Wonder Woman’s Justice League teammate Batman).
But the simplest version of the explanation is, that even though both stories are being published simultaneously, they technically take place at different points in the in-story chronology of the DC Universe.
The events of ‘Death of the Justice League’ and the subsequent Dark Crisis take place in the immediate future of the DC Universe, and although the exact chronology remains to be seen, whether its weeks or months, the important thing is, Wonder Woman’s solo comic and ‘Dark Crisis’ are considered to take place at different points in the same timeline.
What happens next for Wonder Woman?
Wonder Woman’s own death may be front-and-center in ‘Death of the Justice League’ and the subsequent ‘Dark Crisis,’ but on Diana’s home of Themiscyra, she’s currently dealing with the fallout from the murder of her mother Hippolyta, which has left an opening on the throne of the Amazon queen – and an assassin to apprehend.
That story, ‘Trial of the Amazons’, is currently unfolding in Wonder Woman’s core title, as well as several spin-offs including a Trial of the Amazons limited series. But part of the ending – specifically the identity of Hippolyta’s murder – may have already been leaked by DC.
Along with the continuation of Wonder Woman’s core title, DC will publish a one-shot titled Artemis: Wanted #1 in July. As implied by the title, the one-shot focuses on Artemis of the Bana-Mighdall, one of the Amazon tribes who hail from outside Themiscyra. Artemis once filled in for Diana as Wonder Woman for a while, but now it seems she may have murdered Hippolyta, as she’ll go on the run from the other Amazons. But there may be more to the story than meets the eye.
Wonder Woman has become one of DC’s highest-profile heroes in recent years, with her comic line expanding and becoming the focus of crossover events such as the aforementioned ‘Trial of the Amazons’, and DC is a smart enough publisher to know a good thing when it’s got it, so don’t look for Wonder Woman to be canceled anytime soon, or for Diana to be completely absent from DC’s line however her death in ‘Dark Crisis’ is resolved down the line. 
And yeah, you can rest assured it will be – superheroes coming back from the dead is all part of the story.
Check out more Newsarama coverage of the ‘Death of the Justice League’
The Justice League, DC’s preeminent superhero team, dies at 62
DC just killed Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and the Justice League – here’s how they did it
Are Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Justice League really dead? Yes … and no
What the hell is a Godstorm? That Justice League #75 moment explained
This DC superhero has an ‘Endgame’ moment in Justice League #75

#Woman #dead #heres


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