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 Ten
As Diana and Sibella fight, the latter reminds Diana that her powers are faltering but she states that it’s a battle of skills. Sibella states she won’t win by skills alone and tells her to just let her end her quickly. Diana tries to convince the alien princess to stop fighting, but fails and after clashing swords with her, inflicts a deep wound at her back. The counselor D’Velos tells the other members but gets told by Baeloc that they’ll be from Sibella’s tyranny if she is dead and reminds him of the massacre of the royal family. As Baeloc reminds him of their deal with the Light Lords, D’Velos is unsure they’ll carry it out and calls of the fight, telling Rigg to do what was originally planned.
Rigg aborts the fight and hits Sibella with a bright flash, returning her memories. She then destroys him with his own gun and demands to know who cut her. Not getting an answer, she tells the guards to lock Diana up with her comrades as she watches the flashback to review what happened. Diana is later imprisoned with others and is glad to be reunited with Steve. She then tells them that Sibella was probably behind their situation from the start. As they plan to get out, Jonah suggests someone pretending they have stomach cramps.
Etta decides to pretend she has stomach pain and failing that pretends she is pregnant. When it doesn’t work, Diana smashes the door as her powers return, knocking out the guards. She tells everyone to go while she deals with Sibella. The alien princess meanwhile reviews the events starting from the island and leading to the fight at the arena, priding herself for orchestrating the whole thing while making herself forget who she was. As she plans another adventure, Diana confronts her and state she will be stopped.
Synopsis - The Villain's Journey- Chapter Four: Rescue From Within
This story is reprinted from Justice League (Volume 2) #12.
In the Valley of Souls, members of the Justice League each encounter the spirit of a deceased loved one. Wonder Woman is confronted by the spirit of Steve Trevor, who tells her that she’s too late. The spirits attack the League, and Graves appears. He tells the League that he plans to destroy the Asuras’ temple, releasing all the spirits, and reuniting the world with their dead loved ones.
Graves is then shot from behind, by none other than an alive Steve Trevor. With Trevor being alive, the League discovers that the spirits are not of their loved ones, but demonic parasites called Pretas, which feed off the living’s pain. They were using Graves as part of their plans. Graves clung to the story of empowerment by his deceased family because he could not face the their deaths. Green Lantern and Cyborg weaken the Pretas, while Aquaman delivers the final blow, successfully exorcising the demons out of Graves.
The next day, Wonder Woman visits Steve Trevor in the hospital. She laments that she has put him in danger, but Steve becomes irate – he was a soldier for years before she and people like her appeared. She offers her apologies, but Steve rebuffs them, demanding that he be left alone.
In the Watchtower, the Justice League reflect over the events that occurred during their conflict with Graves. Aquaman and Batman argue about Batman’s ability to lead the team, but Green Lantern short-circuits the argument by saying he will take the blame for the fight and leave the team publicly. The League fails to convince him to stay, as he teleport away. They discuss Graves’ degenerative condition, which they realize must have come from exposure to Apokoliptian substances during the Darkseid Invasion. Aquaman vows that the team must become better.
On the roof of a building in Washington, D.C., Superman finds Wonder Woman. He explains that the League got worried after she never came back from the hospital. She explains that she feels a loneliness, and she and Superman discuss their similarities. The two feel a mutual attraction and kiss.
In Belle Reve prison, David Graves has been incarcerated. He is visited by the facility’s warden, Amanda Waller. She says that the Pretas have delayed the effects of his condition somewhat, and hands him a typewriter, suggesting he write a book while in prison entitled “How To Defeat The Justice League”.
David Graves begins working, titling the book “The Villain’s Journey” instead.
Synopsis - Who Is Wonder Woman? - Part Five
This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman Annual (Volume 3) #1.
Wonder Woman finds herself confronted by almost her entire rogues gallery, who have all had their powers enhanced by the witch Circe. Diana finds herself under onslaught as the villains try to take her down.As the fith ensues, they try to persuade Wonder Woman to join them in their crusade to bring down the rulers of the world and make a new one. As the Amazon Princess asks why they think a bunch of super-powered villains will make a better job of running the planet they reply that the corporations, the politicians, the self-proclaimed religious right are far more dangerous then them. The villains see themselves as revolutionaries – not terrorists. And if Diana refuses to join them they will “Put her out of her misery”!
Wonder Woman uses all her powers and skills and gives her opponents a fight they will not forget but eventually sheer weight of numbers results in her being overwhelmed. Just as it seems they will succeed in killing her the rest of Earth’s superheroes arrive on the scene and take on the rogues! As Diana joins them in the battle she asks how her friends how managed to find her? She is told that the vegetation that had been found at the crime scene after Donna’s kidnap turned out to be Molly. As this was the same herb Hermes once gave Odysseus to protect him from Circe’s power they decided to go to the witch’s home island of Aeaea.
Nemesis tells the Amazon Princess she was missed and Donna reveals that she was never actually comfortable wearing the “Wonder Woman” uniform. As the villains are overcome Diana thanks her colleagues for saving her life but says that the final battle with Circe and Hercules is her’s alone to fight.
She flies to the temple where she sees the witch blasting Hercules with magical bolts of energy, raving at him that his fabled strength cannot save him now. He in turns slams his fists into the ground sending a shockwave across the floor that topples Circe. As he grabs the witch around the throat, Wonder Woman arrives and hurls him across the chamber. She punches him as he crows that she no longer has the stomach to kill again. As her punches rain down her manages to trip her and pins her down on the floor holding his sword to her throat. He offers her the chance to create a new Olympus and for her to rule at his side as it’s queen. “Never” she says and he responds that he will take her by force – just like he had taken her mother. As he leans forward and grins “Now, how about a kiss?” she bites his lip before head butting him off of her. “How does it feel Hercules, to finally be the one taken by force?”.
She now pins him down with his own sword and she tells him that he should not be so confident that she will not kill the monster who assaulted her mother and slaughtered her sisters. Just then Circe steps up and says that Diana will not kill him – she cannot – because that privilege belongs to her! With that she blasts Hercules with magic, wrapping him in chains stronger than those that bound Prometheus. She says that death is too good for the demi-god and that for all the suffering he has caused his punishment should be eternal.
Wonder Woman turns her sowrd on Circe and says that however righteous her intentions, the witch has caused every bit as much bloodshed and suffering as Hercules and for just as long. “What should your eternal punishment be?” she asks. Circe replies that Eternity is her punishment. She had sold her soul for immortality and lost everything that made her want to stay alive in the first place. “Which makes having to live forever very punishing indeed.”
Lowering her sword, Diana repplies that in that case they have something in common – they both want to be human. Circe then reminds the Amazon Princess that she had already stripped her powers from her once before and yet she could not wait to get them back. Diana replies that it was the only way to stop her and Hercules.
“So if you had to choose, ” asks Circe, “you would be human?”. Wonder Woman replies that she is grateful for the blessings she has been given. But she is not even a real person. She is a golem – a clay statue brought to life. She has no idea who or what she is. All she knows is that she is alone. “Which is how most humans feel all the time” replies Circe.
As they watch the other super heroes approach Circe points to them and adds that Diana had never been less alone in her life. “Or more human..”. With that the witch vanishes but unbeknown to Wonder Woman she performs one final act of magic on the Amazon Princess…
A few days later at the Department of Meta Human Affairs Diana, in her Agent Prince guise and Tom Tresser are de-briefing Sarge Steel on the recent events. Afterwards Tom asks Diana to help him make an inventory of all the captured rogues’ weapons. As he hands her the Valkyrie’s sword she cuts her hands and it bleeds. She stares down in shock, unable to understand how this has happened. He tells her it is only a scratch but for Diana, it is something much more.
A short while later she meets up with Donna Troy and shows her cut hand. A concerned Donna asks what has happened to her powers and Diana tells her that they are gone – until she transforms into Wonder Woman that is. With that she spins on the spot and her hand instantly heals. Donna asks why Circe would do such a thing – is it to make Diana vulnerable to attack when human? The Amazon Princess replies that if the witch had wanted dead she would be dead already. Instead, Diana belives that Circe had given her a gift.
Just then Wonder Girl arrives and says that witches do not leave gifts. They are called curses. Bascially, it means that Circe has made it impossible for Diana to be Agent Prince ever again. A smiling Diana disagrees, and replies that she actually thinks that Circe is allowing her to be Diana Prince for the first time – to be part of the human race not just standing outside of it. That way, when she becomes Wonder Woman it is not because she has to – it is because she chooses to – because she wants to. Donna asks if that is in fact who Diana wants to be, as she herself would love to be Donna Troy once again. “Are you sure you two don’t mind?” Diana asks and they reply that she is the only reason they are here in the first place.
As they fly off to arrange the Press Conference announcing Wonder Woman’s return, Diana meets up with Batman on a nearby rooftop. She thanks him for all his help and he replies that everyone wanted to help her. “They love you Diana. They always have. Because that’s what you inspire in anyone who’s ever met you. That’s what makes you more powerful than any of us.”