Diana may have been born a princess but she is a warrior at heart. From an early age, she was more focused on learning to fight than that which she obtained from books. That being said, her mother took great care to make sure that Diana had a proper education. Growing up amongst the Amazonian women taught her about her strength and her people. Everything seemed fine, until one day an unexpected guest showed up on the island. His arrival brought others, which would soon put all of their training to the test. This new arrival would bring about an era of change for Diana and her people. She makes the decision to venture out into the world. The mission that she assigned to herself would reveal the truth that has been hidden from her since the beginning. In a time of great troubles, she'll soon learn that the ways back home aren't the ways of the world and she'll have to adapt accordingly. What will happen to her? Will she be able to adapt or will she simply be lost to time? This adventure will reunite loyal fans to the iconic Wonder Woman while appealing to a much younger crowd with more modern cultural influences. At times it crosses the line into politics a bit but not enough to severely distract from the story itself. Is it for everyone? No, but for the ones it appeals to, it's unforgettable.