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Appearances (Comics): Gimme a Summer Break and Summertime Madness
Appearances (Graphic Novels): Summer Olympus
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Mount Olympus is the home of the Greek gods. Wonder Woman visited her father Zeus at Olympus every so often during holidays and some weekends. After her first year at Super Hero High School came to a finish, Wonder Woman received an invitation from her Zeus to spend her summer at Mount Olympus. Hermes revealed her half-sister Siracca was also staying for the summer as well. Wonder Woman was curious about her goddess side but would miss her friends. Hermes appeared outside her window and informed her Zeus gave her permission to bring whatever friends she wished. Bumblebee accepted her invite. They proceeded to the Invisible Jet but Hermes informed them he was bound to the messages and could teleport them straight to Olympus. They grabbed hold of his scrolls and instantly found themselves in Olympus. They observed one of Siracca's temper tantrums about hating ambrosia. Wonder Woman hugged her but Siracca had no idea who she was and stormed off. Zeus hugged Wonder Woman and introduced himself to Bumblebee then showed off some dad tricks, like the coin behind the year.
With nine of his children present, Zeus officially started dinner. Ares made an unannounced return from one his raids. Wonder Woman and Bumblebee mistook him for a villain and attacked him. Zeus cleared things up and revealed he was his son and one of Wonder Woman's brothers. Wonder Woman reckoned she had a hard summer ahead of her. While Zeus told his own version of the Trojan Horse story, Wonder Woman found Siracca outside the palace on the balcony. She admitted she didn't think she belonged in Olympus and being a half-god made her 100 percent weird. Wonder Woman disagreed. Siracca shared the story of when she first used her powers and being an outcast. Wonder Woman declared they would be weird together with Bumblebee. They honed their archery skills with Apollo, surprised Ivy with Demeter's Mythiosa Orchid, and started a summer book club in the library. They looked through a photo album with Zeus and learned of another daughter named Strife whom Zeus had a falling out with.
Halfway through summer, Ares suggested a hunt for family game day. Zeus decided to release one of his favorite pets, a Chimera, and whoever captured and returned it would receive a gift. Classic Olympus rules applied and no tracking devices, including cell phones, were not allowed. Wonder Woman, Bumblebee, and Siracca stuck together, unlike the others, and found the Chimera hiding in some bushes. Bumblebee avoided the snake but it bit itself and was knocked out by the venom. After it was taken away to be healed by Panacea, Zeus awarded Cancelling Headphones to Bumblebee, an Enchanted Windchime to Siracca, and an offer to Wonder Woman become a full goddess. She was sent to the Choice Dimension to contemplate her choice with half-brother Janus. They were pulled back to Olympus upon Strife's arrival. Beast Boy, Katana, and Batgirl also arrived in pursuit of the stolen Shield of Ares. Ares revealed he was going back on a promise made to Zeus not to attack Wonder Woman's residence since he had the shield back.
Strife used her powers to take control of Apollo, Aphrodite, Demeter, Hermes, Janus, and Siracca. Wonder Woman refused to get out of the way. Zeus leaped in front of her and took a fire bolt thrown by Ares. Zeus told her not to worry because he was immortal but had to remain on Olympus. Bumblebee got an idea and summoned Hermes to deliver a message to Supergirl. Bound to deliver it, Hermes responded. They grabbed hold of him and were also teleported to Smallville. After Wonder Woman and the supers defeated Ares and Strife, she and Bumblebee returned to Olympus. Apollo gave Bumblebee a tonic to heal her wounds. Wonder Woman turned down Zeus' offer and remained half-Amazon, half-goddess. She departed Olympus with Bumblebee and Siracca and visited Themyscira.