Just Imagine: Wonder Woman

Comics legend Stan Lee offers his own nterpretation of Wonder Woman 's origin. We meet Maria Mendoza, a young idealist angered by the way her homeland of Peru has been stripped of its ancient treasures and its people tortured by the sinister Senor Guitez. When Maria discovers an ancient staff, which transforms her into a paragon of power the likes of which thi world has ever known, she becomes the only force powerful enough to ave her culture from Senor Guitez.
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Just Imagine Stan Lee's Wonder Woman
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Published September 1st 2001 by DC Comics (first published 2001

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