This series was sold exclusively at Walmart stores in the United States. It was part of a larger partnership with DC Comics which was launched in July 2018. The first issue continued the story from Justice League Giant #7 but subsequent issues featured one original story per issue and various reprints from Wonder Woman and Justice League titles.
The final issue was published in August 2019 and was replaced by a new series with the same name starting in September 2019, although the new series was not exclusive to Walmart.
The main story “Come Back To Me” was subsequently re-printed as a mini series in 2020.
Synopsis - Come Back To Me - Part Nine
The aliens state that the capture of the fighters from the island along with the princess Sibella will provide them with a good sum. As they talk, one of them gets pierced through his chest by a mysterious small projectile and the other gets pierced through his head as he tries to protect the princess. The surviving alien seals the room and Diana who awakes from her sleep, realizes what’s happening. She spots that the hull of the spaceship has been pierced and quickly seals it with a giant metal slab. As Cheetah and Sibella awake, the latter realizes that Diana saved them by sealing the hull.
As Cheetah attacks Wonder Woman, she is subdued and is only released upon agreeing to calm down as Diana states she is not the one she should be fighting. Diana takes back her lasso from he and tells Sibella that her powers seem to have returned. Sibells states that the sleep chambers heal one’s body and the aliens transporting them are Ghiskarri bounty hunters. The three women decide to take the ship though Sibella states that the pods of others can’t be opened and they’ll need to subdue four more Ghiskarris to take control.
Diana stops her compatriots from firing their guns after spotting two Ghiskarris and subdues them silently, before stopping Cheetah from executing them. Sibella expresses disgust at Cheetah wanting to kill and verbally spars with her causing her to leave. As the ship’s captain tanh tells the pilot to inform the Arena of Death about their valuable captives, Cheetah tells them to prepare to die. Diana and Sibella rush to stop her are too late. Diana grabs Barbara in anger but is told by Sibella to worry about getting away, as they will be in trouble once the staff of Arena of Death learns about the dead bounty hunters.
The ship is however unable to turn around as the arena’s tractor beam has already locked on to it and Sibella decides to take Diana and Cheetah to the trophy room in order to dress up in their collected gear. Meanwhile the Arena guards come out to collect the captives and after noticing that no one inside is responding are told by their cyborg boss Rigg to be ready for any skirmishes. As Rigg orders them to force open the door, the three women come out dressed up in the gear collected by the bounty hunters and demand they be taken to meet with the leader of the arena.
Synopsis - The Villain's Journey - Chapter Three: Atonement
This story is reprinted from Justice League (Volume 2) #11.
In the aftermath of David Graves’ attack on the Justice League, Batman awakens from reliving his parents death, only to find the rest of the League reliving their worst memories as well. The group reconvenes, and Batman theorizes that Graves’ spirits seem to feed off the misery of whoever they’ve attacked. Cyborg discovers that Graves teleported to the house of Tracy Trevor, Steve Trevor’s sister.
Graves converses with Tracy, stating that when people die, their souls wait to be judged in a place called “The Valley of Souls”. Graves explains that he went to the valley to be reunited with his family, and wants to rid the world of “false gods”. The League booms in, only to miss Graves by a second. Tracy argues with Wonder Woman, stating that its her fault that Steve is in danger.
Outside the house, Batman reveals that the villain’s name is “David Graves”, the author of “Justice League: Gods Among Men”, a book that helped catapult the team into the public’s favor. He and his family contracted an illness which killed them and crippled him. Graves’ last known address was a cabin in Maine.
Wonder Woman decides to face Graves alone, but Green Lantern tries to stop her. The two fight, with Diana gaining the upper hand. Superman tries to intervene, but is knocked back. As the rest of the League evacuates civilians, they find out that Graves has been broadcasting the fight to the entire world. Cyborg booms the League to Graves’ cabin, where they come to an understanding.
Batman finds Graves’ journals, where David theorized that the disease he and his family contracted was from the Darkseid Invasion, and blames the League for their deaths. The team goes to to the Valley of Souls, where each member sees a spirit take the form of a deceased loved one; with Wonder Woman seeing the spirit of Steve Trevor
Synopsis - Who Is Wonder Woman? - Part Four
This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman (Volume 3) #4.
In the headquarters of the Department of Metahuman Affairs, Sarge Steel explains to Diana Prince and Nemesis that Circe has liberated over two thousand women throughout the world from slave labor and prostitution in her first twelve hours as Wonder Woman, and has murdered any man who tried to stop her. Diana visits the Justice Society of America, where Doctor Mid-Nite confirms that Circe has taken her powers.
In New York, the JSA offers to confront Circe, but Diana declines their help, explaining that Circe will be ready for them. Diana leaves and meets with Hercules, who is also without powers. The two of them board an “invisible” jet (a new stealth fighter Batman gave to Diana) and head to Aeaea, home to Circe.
Their plan is to take Circe’s spell book and trade it for the return of their powers. Circe shows up and attacks Hercules, but Diana (equipped as Diana Prince) uses a jetpack and flies away with her. Circe lets Diana take the Lasso of Truth and throws her to the ground, but Diana catches one of Circe’s bestiamorphs, a dragon, and uses the lasso to expose his true nature—that of a man who wants to help reverse the spell that turned him into a beast.
Diana flies the dragon to Circe’s temple, where Circe captures her in Cassie’s lasso, though Hercules immediately shows up and stops Circe. Hercules, impressed by Diana’s resourcefulness even without her powers, hits Diana and explains his plan: when Athena withdrew Olympus from Earth, he and Circe stayed behind, planning to rule the planet as gods. But when Circe betrayed him (last issue), he decided he wanted all the power to himself, and now he plans to force Circe to award it to him.
A fight ensues, and Diana retrieves her tiara and the Lasso of Lightning, and using the latter, snares Hercules and tells him to release Circe. Hercules threatens to kill Circe unless she speaks the spell that will deliver the powers to him. Diana encourages her, because to do that, Circe must first reverse the original spell, which she does, and Diana once more becomes Wonder Woman. But just as she does so, a staggering band of villains (including Giganta, Doctor Psycho, Cheetah, and others) appears!