Diana's confrontation with Poseidon continues. Hades and Lennox stand around. Hera reappears. All in all, it's an issue that will read much better when collected into a trade rather than a single issue, because it's more a placeholder scene than anything else.
Diana is attacked by Poseidon's tentacles as she tries to offer a possible solution to the problem of who's going to rule in Zeus's stead. She actually defends Hera's claim to the throne, which is surprising considering that Hera recently attacked Hippolyta. But everyone seems to have forgotten about that little incident, so perhaps we shouldn't hold it against Diana too much. (Who am I kidding? Diana's defense of Hera reeks of the loss of righteous anger Diana used to possess.)
Down in the sewer, Lennox and Hades discuss... not much of anything.
Meanwhile, seeing that Zola and a group of random people are under attack from Hera's centaurs, Diana temporarily leaves Poseidon to do battle. She saves Zola from certain death, but instead of going back to finish the centaurs off, she takes her down to the docks by riding on part of Poseidon. Diana voices hope that Lennox is "farin better" than she is when it comes to the bargain for Olympus's throne, and we're quickly assured that he sort-of-kind-of-maybe is, since once again, nothing actually happens between him and Hades in the sewer, except that Hermes comes to join them.
Out on the docks, Diana proposes that Zeus's brothers co-rule Olympus with Hera, which no one agrees to... including Hera herself, who shows up to balk at the idea. Taking a candle from Hades's head and Hermes's cadeuces, Diana opens a portal to Olympus, through which she transports herself and Hera. She threatens Hera and returns to London. Poseidon leaves.
Zola thinks she sees her own mother coming out of the sewer, but it's only a glamour, presumably caused by Hades, who manifests again as a burning face in a wall of water. Hades threatens Diana.