Gods and Personal Responsibility in Wonder Woman #71 (Preview)

As it turns out, removing all of the inhibitions of an entire town of people and mystically encouraging them to act on all their secret desires can have some unintended consequences. One of those consequences is an angry mob of humans accosting Wonder Woman and Atlantiades with violence on their minds, as we see in this preview of Wonder Woman #71 by G. Willow Wilson and Xermanico.

Gods and Personal Responsibility in Wonder Woman #71 (Preview)

Of course, Wonder Woman isn't about to take that kind of guff from these people. Sure, Atlantiades may have messed with their heads, but they didn't do anything they didn't want to do in the first place, and besides, can't they just talk this out like rational people and demigods?

Gods and Personal Responsibility in Wonder Woman #71 (Preview)

Alas, she doesn't seem to be getting through to them…

Gods and Personal Responsibility in Wonder Woman #71 (Preview)

But Atlantiades isn't interested in taking full responsibility here.

Gods and Personal Responsibility in Wonder Woman #71 (Preview)

How will they get out of this one? Find out when Wonder Woman #71 hits stores on Wednesday, and check out the preview below, which we ripped off from an access journalism piece on GameSpot.

Wonder Woman #71
(W) G. Willow Wilson (A) Xermanico (CA) Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson
Aphrodite's son just might know the secret to reuniting Wonder Woman with her long-lost family and home on Paradise Island…but even if he does-and is willing to tell her-would she be able to survive the journey?
In Shops: May 22, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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