Four scans apiece from Wonder Woman #35 and Incredible Hercules #133.
Diana and Dinah engage in some more cage-fighting, and then come face to face with Pele, Goddess of Violence (and Dance; I'm disappointed that wasn't brought up). She hits Diana with some kind of fire and takes her spirit to Kane's old island, leaving Diana's inert body in the arena with Black Canary.
This goes on for a bit...
Between this and the current iHerc arc, lightning powers are apparently the hot new accessory for autumn.
Speaking of which, the second issue of the month focusses on Cho's quest to find out what's going on with the Excello Soap Company and his apparently living sister Maddy (whose full name, we find out, was "Madame Curie Cho", which, as I see it, indicates that Mr. and Mrs. Cho got what they deserved; yeesh, "Marie" wasn't good enough?). He runs into an FBI agent who contacted him in his origin, and they end up surrounded by an army of giant floating brains (no, really).
He wakes up on a bus again, and then arrives back in Excello (the town), which is now bustling with people and acting like it's a Rodgers and Hammerstein production:
Not as good as the Herc/Zeus story, though a lot of that is probably them spending most of the issue expositing about stuff from Amazing Fantasty (v.2) #15 that most readers wouldn't have read (as well as things the solicit revealed already).
Great art, though. I loved Buchemi's work on #126's Herc origin, and it's great that he's doing "Assault on New Olympus" after this.