Originally credited to Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. Changed to Irv Novick pencils and inks in September 2005. Consensus on GCD-main in February 2014 was unanimous for Esposito inks over Novick pencils.
Second instance of a parallel universe in DC Comics; the first was Wonder Woman (DC, 1942 series) #59. The villain in this story is not named, but he does note that on his world, "crime-- not justice-- triumphs," similar to the world of the Crime Syndicate of Earth-3, introduced in Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #29 (August 1964).
Wonder Woman makes dinner for Steve Trevor at Diana Prince's apartment.
Diana Prince uses a phone booth to change into Wonder Woman, just like Superman; the boy in the story is assigned to take pictures of his hero, but Wonder Woman ends up taking the pictures herself.
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Wonder Woman removes her bracelets to repel a flying saucer with no ill effect. According to Sensation Comics (DC, 1942 series) #19, Wonder Woman would go berserk when her bracelets were removed.