The 'Next issue'-promo in A-Force #3 shows the various heroines piled up in front of a mysterious silhouette.
Note: I'm not sure if the character on the lower left is actually Elektra as she hasn't yet appeared in the story.
Source: Digital Copy
Jane Bond seems to have been a 60's or 70's series about a blonde female spy with a name quite similar to a well known British spy. Nice artwork in this book...but I know very little about it otherwise.
Wonder Woman wakes up after Superman has protected her from the blast of an enormous explosion. She goes out to signal to remove the clouds, so Superman feels the sun again. She faints, is blasted by some bad guys and is then taken to a medical facility in ice.
Wonder Woman and Superman are in some trouble when they are overpowered by a villain. The direct knockout isn't shown but there is a nice shot of an unconscious Wonder Woman being dragged and in some peril.
Anne, Ka'anga's pretty mate, gets ko'd (not shown) , ots carried, and left to be crushed by a falling tree. Nice stuff from the Golden Age. Artwork by the legendary R B Cole!
Source: Digital Comics Museum
Sent to Apokolips to locate two missing Amazons, Wonder Woman is shot in the neck with some kind of dart, and she is thrown into a nearby fire pit. Later, s scavenger robot finds her unconscious body floating in the pit, and pulls her out by her boot. Some time later, she comes to lying in a scrapyard.
Shuri (Black Panther) faces off against Ohyaku, a leading member of a group of high-tech weapons smugglers. After a brief battle the overconfident Ohyaku is knocked unconscious by Shuri, who lifts the villainess into the air before dragging her away.
Source: Digital copy of the comic