Steve Trevor has seen his fair share of action over the years. Since the 1940s he has been an integral part of every Wonder Woman title. His relationship with Diana took a bit of a detour during the New52 reboot but with Rebirth, Greg Rucka has given us a course correction back to their original dynamic. Steve has remained as close as possible to Diana's side since they arrived from Themyscira. Diana was one of the first heroes to become aware of the changes to the DCU timeline and Steve is currently helping her to resolve the discrepancies to her own history.
DC describes this one-shot as:
This June, fans can experience the world of Wonder Woman on more than just Hollywood's silver screen as DC announces a special one-shot story WONDER WOMAN: STEVE TREVOR #1. This tale from writer Tim Seeley (NIGHTWING, GRAYSON) and artist Christian Duce (DETECTIVE COMICS, BATMAN & ROBIN ETERNAL) introduces a new adventure for the first man who stepped into Wonder Woman's world in Themyscira.
"Steve and Diana's longtime friendship, despite their coming from separate worlds, is inspiring. But in this story, we'll get a chance to see Steve come face to face with a villain from Wonder Woman's past, who he'll have to overcome without her help, " says Seeley. "I'm excited to dive back into the life of Steve Trevor, and give him a new and crazy adventure of his own."
They have been friends and lovers, but more importantly they have been there for each other over the decades. From Steve's first moments on Paradise Island to the day that Diana left her home to join Man's World, they have worked together and fought to protect humanity. But now, Steve Trevor will be forced to face an ancient foe, and he'll have to do it alone. Where is Wonder Woman? And what will become of Steve Trevor? Find out in this thrilling, action-packed story.
WONDER WOMAN: STEVE TREVOR #1 is on sale June 7.
Current Wonder Woman Artist, Liam Sharp, intentionally designed Steve's tattoo to be something special.
My simple design for Steve Trevor's tattoo - wanted something that represented Diana, but not too obvious... pic.twitter.com/Uk5bvBOaEE— Liam Sharp (@LiamRSharp) July 29, 2016
Be sure to check out Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor, by Tim Seeley and Christian Duce, on June 7 and find out who this ancient foe is.