"Il Gangster Dell'amore"
I don't even...
Let's make this short and sweet, because what I have to say about this issue has less to do with its plot (which is lucky, since it doesn't have much of one), and more to do with the way this issue of this title has the potential to sink the entire ship.
Just when one thinks it can't get any worse, it does.
Diana, Hermes, and Lennox arrive in Italy, where they accost a gangster who turns out to work for Hephaestus. The trio need Hephaestus to arm them so that they can go into Hell to rescue Zola. Diana's secret plot to distract Hera by getting her to feud with Poseidon and Hades is discussed in one panel; after all, nothing Diana does is important in this story, as this issue makes clear.
Hephaestus reveals to Diana that she's been lied to yet again and in an even worse way. Turns out the Amazons are an all-female society because they seduce sailors, get pregnant, and only keep the children if they're girls. Boys are traded with Hephaestus for weapons; otherwise, the Amazons would just drown them. Finding out they're all her brothers, Diana tries to liberate the men who work for Hephaestus, only to be told that they like where they're and don't need her. Diana is crestfallen. Hephaestus comforts her by advising her to rest up, since tomorrow she'll literally be going to Hell.