EXCLUSIVE: The Silver Swan’s guilt trip gets deadly in ‘Wonder Woman’ 39
WONDER WOMAN #39
Written by James Robinson.
Art by Emanuela Lupacchino and Carmen Carnero.
Inks by Ray McCarthy and Carmen Carnero.
Colors by Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Letters by Saida Temofonte.
Cover A by Paul Renaud.
Cover B by Jenny Frison.
Once, Wonder Woman saved Vanessa Kapatelis, but she couldn’t save her ability to walk. So she visited Vanessa every day as she healed. The child developed a bond with the hero, and in her mind created the Silver Swan, somebody that would one day fight alongside the Amazon. She hoped.
After years of rehabilitation, leading to an experimentation with nanites, Vanessa’s fixation with Diana became an obsession. And after years with no contact with Diana, Vanessa felt betrayed. Now, the Silver Swan is no longer a child’s dream — she’s become Diana’s waking nightmare.
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