Wonder Woman: The War Years

    (Chartwell Books, 2015)

(from the publisher)

This new compilation of comic books from the early years of Wonder Woman shows her involvement in World War II. Wonder Woman, created in 1941, is the most popular female superhero of all time. Aside from Superman and Batman, no superhero has lasted as long or commanded such a passionate following.

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  8/1/2016
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Versus Baroness Paula von Gunther; Versus Dr. Poison; Hardcover w/DJ; Introduction by Roy Thomas; Junior Justice Society of America Ad, reprinted from All-Star Comics #15, February-March 1943; Reprinted covers from All-Star Comics #27 (Winter 1945); Sensation Comics #9 (September 1942), #12 (December 1942), #16 (April 1943), #20 (August 1943); Wonder Woman #7 (Winter 1943), #11 (Winter 1944), #12 (Spring 1945); Stories reprinted from All-Star Comics #8 (December 1941-January 1942), #11 (June-July 1942), #20 (Spring 1944), #24 (Spring 1945); Comic Cavalcade #1 (December 1942-January 1943); #2 (Spring 1943); Sensation Comics #1 (January 1942), #2 (February 1942), #4 (April 1942), #5 (May 1942), #10 (October 1942), #15 (March 1943), #21 (September 1943), #24 (December 1943), #37 (January 1945); Wonder Woman #1 (Summer 1942), #2 (Fall 1942), #3 (February-March 1943), #5 (June-July 1943)William Moulton Marston, Gardner F. FoxHarry G. Peter, Frank Godwin, Jack Burnley