Wonder Woman was blinded sometime between Identity Crisis and the Countdown 80-page special. She did not regain her sight until WW #217, just two issues before the final part of the “Sacrifice” interlude of The OMAC Project in issue #219. WW #218, the intervening issue, gives no indication that more than a week has passed, which certainly must. Rather, WW #218 gives every indication that it begins immediately after Diana has regained her sight in the previous issue, and ends with a cliffhanger that is resolved – apparently only hours later – in WW #220, the immediate aftermath of “Sacrifice.” Furthermore, the issue includes a sequence with Wonder Girl and Superboy set explicitly before “Insiders” (which is itself days before “Sacrifice”). Issue #218 must be stretched almost beyond credibility to accommodate the timeline. Wonder Woman #221, again, feels distinctly as if it occurs immediately after the previous issue. In fact, it occurs on the Sunday night of the fateful footage being released to the world. If Rucka’s material in OMAC, WW and AoS is all that is considered, there’s little problem here. But if the goal is to account for the full breadth of activity in the entire Crisis-related DCU, a gap of more than two weeks must be forced in between WW #220 and #221.