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‘Wonder Girl’ Yara's solo DC comic’s series is ending

Published : 14 Jan 2022 08:47 PM

One of DC Comics' newest heroines is already seeing part of her story come to an end. Yara Flor has been a standout since her debut in DC's Future State event. However, Wonder Girl, the solo series she has been starring in, has come to a premature end. DC sent the news to retailers and it has since been confirmed by one of Yara's creators.

Yara Flor debuted in 2021 and was one of the year's stand-out characters. In Future State, she was seen wearing the mantle of Wonder Woman within the Justice League, alongside Superman Jon Kent and Green Lantern Jo Mullein, amongst other heroes. This was a mantle that she was seemingly sharing with Nubia - the current queen of the Amazons. Yara's origins and connections to Themyscira were being revealed within her solo title, Wonder Girl.

Wednesday evening, retailers received e-mails from DC revealing that Wonder Girl will be ending with Wonder Girl #7. An eighth issue was initially solicited for February, but has been cancelled. On Twitter, co-creator Joëlle Jones confirmed that the series is not extending past eight issues - though it does appear to be ending an additional issue shorter than expected. However, this will not be the last fans see of Yara.

DC and Jones have confirmed that Yara will be back in the upcoming Trial of the Amazons event. She will be starring in her own tie-in issues, Trial of the Amazons: Wonder Girl #1 (March 22) and Trial of the Amazons: Wonder Girl #2 (April 19). Ironically, despite being the star of the Wonder Girl series, Yara has yet to actually take up the official codename. 

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