This issue sees the return of the Queen of Fables, a foe Diana encountered and defeated in “JLA” issues 47, 48 and 49. Simone cleverly addresses some of the familiar topics surrounding the Wonder Woman character, including her position as a role model to young girls and her attire. We see hints that there is more symbolism regarding the iconic costume than meets the eye. It also contains much of Simone’s trade mark humour in a story that does not take itself too seriously compared to the previous arc’s darker and heavy tone.

Also in this issue Diana finds herself pitted against previous incarnations of herself – in a strange merging of fiction with reality, including the de-powered Diana Prince version from the sixties and even the Cathy Lee Crosby TV Movie version, as well as the Lynda Carter’s legendary “Wonder Woman” portrayal.

The story focuses on the making of a Wonder Woman movie at a time when many were asking why on earth Hollywood had never got around to making such a movie about the iconic Amazon Princess. Of course, fans finally got to see the heroine on the big screen in 2016 during Zack Synder’s Batman vs Superman movie as played by Israeli actress Gal Gadot. Gadot would get her very own starring vehicle a year later in a standalone Wonder Woman movie that recounted the Amazon’s origin, though it differed somewhat from the comic version.