Wonder Woman Placed Under Police Surveillance in Wonder Woman #751 [Preview]

Wonder Woman #751 is in stores from DC Comics next week, by Steve Orlando and Jan Duursema, carrying on the return to legacy numbering that feels so strange in today's constantly relaunched world (though, less so at DC than at Marvel). We've got a preview for you below.

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

 

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

As we find Wonder Woman held at gunpoint by Officer Nora Nunes of the Boston Police Department.

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

Nunes has been tasked with assessing whether it's safe for Wonder Woman to live in Boston, since mass breakouts of violence do tend to follow superheroes around.

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

Wonder Woman is game for Nora to do a ride-along… and it looks like it will be an action-packed day.

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

Etta Candy has arrived along with her new organization, the SSS.

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

And Nunes will get to witness Wonder Woman springing into action not for super-powered battles, but for disaster relief!

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

Well, that's sure to make a good impression…

Wonder Woma #751 [Preview]

…until the inevitable supervillain confrontation eventually breaks out. Wonder Woman #751 hits stores on Wednesday.

WONDER WOMAN #751
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(W) Steve Orlando (A) Jan Duursema (CA) Aaron Lopresti
Wonder Woman…under arrest! As she starts to protect her new hometown of Boston, the city wonders-who will protect Boston from her? Agent Nora Nunes must shadow Wonder Woman for a day to ensure the city will be safe if Diana resides there. But what starts as a tranquil day transforms into disaster relief, and Diana and Nora will need to survive not only the elements, but also the arrival of the three Dark Fates!
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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