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Throughout this farewell swan song from Phil Jiminez, we see Diana depicted
in many different costumes, based on the ABC and CBS versions from the TV show,
including the famous all in one blue "Aqua Suit". The final two page
splash depicts Wonder Woman in pretty much every costume incarnation
she has appeared in during her long comic book history, rendered in the style
of each respective artist. With this final issue Jiminez returns Diana to her
Perez roots and a refocus on the original Amazon mission to bring peace and
enlightenment to Man's World.
Interestingly, the much mooted "losing of Diana's virginity" never
actually occurs in the end and one is left to wonder whether the fan protests
won out - or whether it had always been Jiminez' intention that it would actually
be Hippolyta who would be the one bedding a man.
A particularly stylistic and moody cover from Adam Hughes.
Diana finally gets to meet the Barnes family and it is implied that the Amazon
Princess gets cozy with him on the sofa - but nothing more than that! Finally,
she presides over the opening of Paradise Island to the outside world as a place
of learning, while the Gods smile down in satisfaction.