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Here is the latest cool comic book moment in our year-long look at one cool comic book moment a day (in no particular order whatsoever)! Here‘s the archive of the moments posted so far!
Today we continue a three-part look at three notable cool moments from the Wonder Woman graphic novel by Greg Rucka and JG Jones titled Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia
Since we last saw our pair, the lady who invoked the sacred protection ritual of Hiketeia has revealed to Wonder Woman that yes, she DID kill the people Batman is hunting her down for, but they were evil men who ruined and murdered her sister.
She argues that that is what Wonder Woman would have done. That that is the law!
Wonder Woman tells her that it WAS the law…three thousand years ago. She then tells the woman that she will deal with her tomorrow.
While Wonder Woman sleeps, though, the woman runs away, leading to Batman and Wonder Woman renewing their philosophical debate…
“The” moment I think is when Batman prostrates himself, figuring it is the only way he can get justice.
Lots of good moments for Batman and Wonder Woman here, though.
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