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 Eleven
The Light Lords arrive on the Arena space station and start merging with its complex. Meanwhile, Diana drags Sibella by her neck with her lasso, she criticizes her for endangering the lives of others for her amusement. The alien princess tells the baron Baeloc and counselor D’Velos to alert the guard, but they run away stating she’s on her own and Diana states it’s because her subjects fear her. Near the docking bays, Diana’s compatriots fight the guards to reach the ship they came in. Baeloc and D’Velos meanwhile meet the Light Lords, asking them to fulfil their agreement and take their people to Mana 8, but are instead killed.
As Diana’s compatriots fight to get to their ship, they see the guards being incinerated by a mysterious light and flee away. Diana meanwhile herself fights Sibella after she breaks free of her hold and eventually subdues her, telling her to remember the good person she was when she fought alongside them. Sibella soon discovers that the Light Lords have arrived on her space station and are killing her people. She explains that the station is carrying 200 million people and explains their homeworld was Cineon, capital of a federation of ten planets. As the Light Lords started devouring the other planets, their survivors fled to Cineon for safety.
Sibella’s parents tried to make a deal with Light Lords for soaring their world, but they were killed and their planet devoured of most life while the survivors fled in the space station through a wormhole which they closed with a gravity bomb. As the population expanded, so was the size of the station under Sibella’s watch. She however grew bored and created her deadly games for her amusement. Her people however betrayed her out of hatred for her tyranny. Sibella states she doesn’t know why the Light Lords are after her, but they’re devouring the life on the station. Diana demands to know where her compatriots are and is shown a live feed of them fighting to get away in a spaceship.
After asking Sibella to allow her to communicate with her comrades and program their spaceship to go to Earth, Diana appears before them in a holographic after they notice that their ship turned on automatically and is programmed to go to Earth. she tells them that it will drop them off where they all first met and to leave her there. The others reject this, but Kate tells them the ship is already in flight and she can’t stop it. She refuses to endanger their lives and wishes them well as Steve pleads with her to not send them away.
Synopsis - The Secret of the Cheetah - Part One
This story is reprinted from Justice League (Volume 2) #13.
Five days after the Justice League’s encounter with David Graves, Wonder Woman confronts Cheetah in Central Park. Diana pleads with Cheetah, as she wants to help free her friend from the villainous curse. Barbara rebuffs Wonder Woman’s offer, believing that humans are really animals, and cattle to slaughter. While the two fight, Cheetah gains the upper-hand, injuring Wonder Woman, and leaving her on the ground.
The League takes Diana back to the Watchtower to recover, while Batman and Aquaman go visit Steve Trevor to find information about Cheetah. Trevor tells them that Barbara Minerva was Diana’s first friend in Man’s World, and she helped Diana and him solve mythological cases around the world. Barbara oversaw the Black Room at A.R.G.U.S, and one day received a Ritual Dagger from a lost tribe in the Amazon Rainforest. Barbara accidentally cut herself with it, and was possessed by the Goddess of the Hunt, and became the Cheetah.
Diana blames herself for what happened and wants to save Barbara alone, but the League insist on helping her. Cyborg tracks the tribe to the The Congo, where the team hears chanting. Suddenly, the Cheetah attacks the group, biting Superman, transforming him into a cheetah-man monster.
Synopsis - Gimme Shelter
This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman (Volume 3) #5.
At DMA headquarters, Sarge Steel plays a couple of advertisements for Athenian Women’s Help Shelters for Diana Prince and Nemesis. The ads show abused women being inspired by Wonder Woman to find help and take control of their lives, sometimes going a little too far. Steel sends Diana and Nemesis to check out the shelter, as it’s the closest thing they have to a lead in their search for Wonder Woman.
Diana meets with Allison Addison, the woman in charge of the shelter, who explains that the only link they have to Wonder Woman is that she was personally inspired by her example. As they talk, a woman urgently calls for help, and Diana flies off to help her. As Wonder Woman, she arrives at the address she overheard and breaks through the wall. She grabs the man, threatens him, chokes him, and throws him through the door to the front lawn, where he begs for the police to arrest him.
Later at DMA headquarters, Diana reports that there is no connection between the shelter and Wonder Woman. Elsewhere, a bailiff brings the abusive man’s lawyer to meet with his client, and they find him quite dead and splattered all over the room.