First of all, both covers are filthy good. Robson Rocha, Danny Miki, and Brad Anderson knock it out of the park with the main cover. Clean and badass are the first two words that come to mind.
The variant cover by Rafael Grampá and Pedro Combiaco is pure epic. Wonder Woman leading an army into battle is always so powerful. Their Wonder Woman is feminine and unmoveable.
Steve Orlando wrote the issue, with art by Gleb Melnikov, Romulo Fajardo Jr. dropped some color, and you will read Pat Brosseau’s letters.
About Wonder Woman #754:
Just when she thought her troubles were over, Wonder Woman is thrust into a new adventure that takes her out of this world! Princess Maxima, the former ruler of the planet Almerac, has crash-landed on our hero’s doorstep and is desperate for her help. Maxima’s people are victims of a vicious lie, and only the truth she’s discovered will set them free. With Wonder Woman by her side, can she retake her throne and bring back the planet’s peaceful matriarchal society? Back on Earth, there is no peace…only Warmaster! The vengeful villainess has obtained a weapon of mass destruction that can wipe out the Amazons for good!
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