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Context: Circe has decided to go mythological with her antics, and, after teaming up with several of Wonder Woman's other villains including the Silver Swan and the Argentinian version of Cheetah, she launches a plot to turn the male heroes of the world into animals, amongst other general spiteful hijinx.

With the whole world's supervillainess' running amuck, she decides that she needs to get help. So, she contacts Oracle to put out a message which is a more polite version of this,

What follows is both one of the best moments in Diana's series, and also somewhat depressing considering how many of those faces are no longer with us,

Steph also appears later, having being partnered up with Kyle Rayner, Jade and Batman, but unlike Cass' other appearance (one panel of her kicking Jinx in the face) she's basically just grinning like she's happy to be involved.

Also, there's a possible explanation for why Cass didn't show up in many other characters' series: she's shy.

Date: 2012-01-29 04:40 am (UTC)
From: [personal profile] gerardotejada
Aww! She is just like his daddy!
Remember when Batman/bruce said he always dusapeared because he was afraid to say goodbye? I just love the waynes, from Alfred to Damian and earth2 Helena.

Is so beautifull to see the whole wonder gang together! Wonder Woman & Aquaman Lore need more love, you got to respect their Greek Myths background


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