(2017)

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Volume
1
Price
24.99 USD; 33.99 CAD
Pages
396
On-sale date
2017-11-22
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
DC [circle and serifs]
ISBN
978-1-4012-7444-3 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781401274443 52499
Editing
Sheldon Mayer (editor - original series); Ted Udall (assistant editor - original series); Dorothy Woolfolk (assistant editor - original series); Jeb Woodard (group editor - collected editions); Erika Rothberg (editor - collected edition)
Color
Color
Dimensions
Standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock
Card stock covers, matte paper interiors
Binding
Trade paperback
Publishing Format
Collected edition

Issue Notes

Collects Wonder Woman stories from All-Star Comics #8, Sensation Comics #1-14, Wonder Woman #1-3, and Comic Cavalcade #1.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Wonder Woman / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Michael Cho
Inks
Michael Cho
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]

Indexer Notes

original cover art by Michael Cho

[Title Page] (Table of Contents: 1)

Wonder Woman / credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Michael Cho
Inks
Michael Cho
Colors
?
Letters
?

Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]

Indexer Notes

Title page with illustration from cover

[Creator Credits] (Table of Contents: 2)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Indexer Notes

Credits for writer and artists.

[2nd Title Page] (Table of Contents: 3)

Wonder Woman / credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Michael Cho
Inks
Michael Cho
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]

Indexer Notes

Title page with illustration from cover. Identical to previous Title page.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 4)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Letters
typeset

Indexer Notes

Indicia listing publisher credits

[Table of Contents] (Table of Contents: 5)

table of contents / 2 pages (report information)

Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Introducing Wonder Woman (Table of Contents: 6)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 9 pages (report information)

Script
William Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Princess Diana] (introduction, origin); Mala (introduction); Queen Hippolyta [as Hippolyte] (introduction, Diana's mother, Queen of the Amazons); un-named doctor; Captain Steve Trevor (introduction); Athena (goddess of wisdom); Aphrodite (goddess); Diana (goddess of the Moon, mention only); Hercules (flashback); Fritz (villain); von Storm (villain)
Synopsis
Captain Steve Trevor crashes on Paradise Island and is nursed back to health, and has to be returned to the U.S. Queen Hippolyte's daughter has fallen in love with him, so the Queen tells her Diana the story of the Amazons and how she must not leave the island, lest she lose her eternal life. She uses the Magic Sphere to show how Trevor crashed on Paradise Island, but refuses to allow Diana to return the Captain to the U.S., so she holds a contest to select the suitable Amazon to do the chore. Diana, in disguise, wins the contest, and is allowed the return the Captain home.
Reprints
Keywords
Amazonia; Amazons; bullets and bracelets; Greece; Magic Girdle; Magic Sphere; Paradise Island

Indexer Notes

Storyline continued in next story from Sensation Comics #1.

The illustration of Wonder Woman on the splash page was used on the cover of Sensation #1.

[Sensation Comics #1] (Table of Contents: 7)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter (Wonder Woman only); Jon L. Blummer
Inks
Harry G. Peter (Wonder Woman only); Jon L. Blummer
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Art credits from GCD index for original issue. The table of contents for this collection credits only Harry G. Peter as the artist for this cover.

Wonder Woman figure based on splash of story in All-Star #8.

[Wonder Woman Comes to America] (Table of Contents: 8)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; Diana Prince (Army nurse); un-named Army doctor; Al Kale (a promoter); Nazi spy ring (villains, some die)
Synopsis
Wonder Woman takes Steve Trevor to America and purchases the identity of nurse Diana Prince so that she can remain near Steve. Soon, in order to earn some money she'll need, she begins to perform her "bullets and bracelets" routine, not realizing her promoter is stealing all the profits.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

[Sensation Comics #2] (Table of Contents: 9)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

[Dr. Poison] (Table of Contents: 10)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Colonel Darnell; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; The Holliday Girls; Dr. Poison [Princess Maru] (villain, Nazi scientist, introduction); Colonel Adolph Schultz (villain, Gestapo agent)
Synopsis
Steve and Diana are captured by a group of Nazi spies, but Diana escapes and gets the Holliday Girls to assist in rescuing Trevor.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

[Sensation Comics #3] (Table of Contents: 11)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Irwin Hasen
Inks
Irwin Hasen
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Art credits from GCD index for original issue. The table of contents for this collection credits Harry G. Peter as the artist for this cover.

[A Spy in the Office] (Table of Contents: 12)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; Etta Candy; The Holliday Girls; Lila Brown (introduction, Trevor's secretary); Eve Brown (introduction. Lila's sister); X-46 [Agent Gross] (villain, introduction); Nazi agents (villains, introduction)
Synopsis
Diana gets the job as Secretary to Colonel Darnell, but finds herself framed for espionage by one of the office girls. When Trevor is captured by spies, Wonder Woman saves the day.
Reprints
Keywords
Holliday College

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

[Sensation Comics #4] (Table of Contents: 13)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

[School for Spies] (Table of Contents: 14)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Enid Harper (death); Etta Candy; The Holliday Girls; Hippolyte; Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; Eve Brown; Carla Swanson; Brenda Lee; Baroness Paula von Gunther (villain, introduction); Sigfried (villain, Gunther's butler); Henkle (villain)
Synopsis
While investigating the death of Enid Harper, and the disappearance of Carla Swanson, Wonder Woman allows herself to be captured and discovers an insidious plot by Baroness von Gunther to brainwash girls by her spies.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

[Sensation Comics #5] (Table of Contents: 15)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints
Keywords
diving suits; underwater

[Wonder Woman Versus the Saboteurs] (Table of Contents: 16)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Ensign Martin (introduction); Admiral Funston; Dr. Sands (submarine inventor); Colonel Darnell; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; the Nazis (villains, saboteurs)
Synopsis
Wonder Woman prevents the destruction of a new submarine and clears an Ensign blamed for the attempt to blow the sub up.
Reprints
Keywords
The Octopus (a submarine)

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

[Sensation Comics #6] (Table of Contents: 17)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

[Summons to Paradise] (Table of Contents: 18)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Queen Hippolyte; Mala; The Amazons [Metala; others un-named] (introduction for all); Aphrodite; Athena; Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; Lila Brown; Paula von Gunther (villain); the Nazis (villains)
Synopsis
After Wonder Woman is summoned back to Paradise Island, and wins a roping contest, she is awarded the magic lasso. She then returns to America to hunt down Paula von Gunther.
Reprints
Keywords
Gigantic (a ship); Magic lasso (introduction); Paradise Island

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

Steve Trevor is promoted to Major.

[Sensation Comics #7] (Table of Contents: 19)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

[The Milk Swindle] (Table of Contents: 20)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Colonel Darnell; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; The Holliday Girls; Nurse Byrnes; Mrs. Lansing; Paula von Gunther (villain); Alphonso de Gyppo (villain, introduction); Slug (villain, introduction)
Synopsis
When Diana learns that a local milk company has bought the nation's milk supply and is charging outlandish prices for it, she confronts the company's President and discovers who is really behind the plot.
Reprints
Keywords
International Milk Company

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

[Sensation Comics #8] (Table of Contents: 21)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Etta Candy; the Holiday Girls
Reprints

[Department Store Perfidy] (Table of Contents: 22)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Colonel Darnell; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; The Holliday Girls; Gloria Bullfinch (department store owner, introduction); Helen; Molly; Beth (co-worker of Diana Prince); Guigi Del Slimo (villain, fortune hunter); Mr. Googins (villain, manager of a department store)
Synopsis
Wonder Woman steps into the picture when the girls working at the Bullfinch Department Store are found to be mistreated and the store owner isn't interested in rectifying the situation.
Reprints
Keywords
Bullfinch Department Store

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

Page 7 Panel 7 has been modified from the original, due to insensitive racial overtones in the original. The panel features a black man and black woman, who in the original version were drawn with extra large lips, but in this version their lips have been modified to be normal-sized. The man's dialogue has also changed: in the original his dialogue is "Ah's seen snakes an' pink elephants - but nevah befo' has ah seed human lightnin'!". In this version it reads "I've seen snakes an' pink elephants - but I've never before seen human lightnin'!" The original version of this story was reprinted in the Wonder Woman Archives, the modified version was first used in the Wonder Woman Chronicles and was later used in Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 1.

[Sensation Comics #9] (Table of Contents: 23)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Diana Prince White
Reprints
Keywords
Golden lasso

[The Return of Diana Prince] (Table of Contents: 24)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Diana Prince White; Dan White (Diana's husband, introduction); the White's un-named baby; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; The Holliday Girls; General Hard; The World Peace Society [Agent X; Dr. I. M. Cue [Togo Ku]] (villains, introduction for all)
Synopsis
The real Diana Prince, now married with a child, returns and asks Wonder Woman to allow her to resume her true identity in order to earn money for her child.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Costume change: first story in which Wonder Woman wears shorts.

[Wonder Woman #1] (Table of Contents: 25)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; the Nazis
Reprints
Keywords
Magic lasso

[Who is Wonder Woman?] (Table of Contents: 26)

Wonder Woman / text story / 1 page (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
Typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Aphrodite; Athena; Mercury; Hercules
Synopsis
The Gods behind the epithet, "Beautiful as Aphrodite, Wise as Athena, Strong as Hercules and Swift as Mercury", are visually and in text introduced to the reader.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this text story is titled "Who is Wonder Woman?" In the Wonder Woman Chronicles it is called "Wonder Woman, Who Is She?"

[The Origin of Wonder Woman] (Table of Contents: 27)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince] (origin re-told); Aphrodite (goddess of love and beauty, introduction); Hercules (introduction); Queen Hippolyte (origin); the Amazons (origin re-told); Steve Trevor; Mala; Colonel Darnell; Dr. Hellas (famed archaeologist); Athena (goddess of wisdom); Doctor Althea (Amazon doctor, introduction); Fatsis (Amazon); un-named Japanese agent (villain, introduction); Heinrich Fritz Uber (villain, Hitler's Chief Agent, only mentioned); Mars [aka Ares] (villain, god of war); Hercules (villain)
Synopsis
Upon her arrival in man's world, Wonder Woman drops an Amazon scroll that details the origin and early days of the Amazons, while later sources outline her birth, her youth, and her battle in the arena for the right to be Wonder Woman.
Reprints
Keywords
Amazonia; Invisible Plane; magic girdle; magic lasso; Paradise Island; purple ray; Robot Plane

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

Wonder Woman's origin from All-Star Comics (DC, 1940 series) #8 is shown with more detail, including the creation of the Amazons from clay by Aphrodite, and Diana's birth on Paradise Island: sculpted from clay by Hippolyte's hand under the direction of Athena, and brought to life by Aphrodite.

Wonder Woman is shown here to receive her magic lasso along with her costume after winning the contest, whereas she originally received her lasso after having lived in man's world for a time, as shown in Sensation Comics (DC, 1942 series) #6.

Captain Trevor is promoted to Major.

Wonder Woman Goes To the Circus! (Table of Contents: 28)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; Dom Carney (trapeze artist, introduction); Ed King (circus owner, introduction); Elva King (Ed's niece, introduction); San Yan (villain, head elephant keeper of the circus, introduction); Mike Mulgoon (villain, head of Strongarm Protective Association, introduction); Mike Mulgoon (villain, introduction); Torrence "Slugger" McGee (villain, introduction); group of Burmese men (villains, circus employees, introduction for all)
Synopsis
Wonder Woman brings children to King's Colossal Circus, performs in the big ring, and with the help of Etta and Steve, investigates a rash of elephant deaths by poisoning which threaten to close the circus.
Reprints
Keywords
King's Colossal Circus; Magic lasso

[Wonder Woman Versus the Prison Spy Ring] (Table of Contents: 29)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Colonel Darnell; Steve Trevor; un-named prison warden (introduction); Freddy (warden's son, introduction); Mabel (warden's daughter, introduction); Captain Loyal (captured soldier, introduction, death); Heinrich (villain, introduction); Baroness Paula von Gunther (villain, death); Swipe (villain, prison guard, introduction, death); the Nazis (villains, introduction for all, many die)
Synopsis
Suspecting Paula von Gunther of leaking military secrets, Diana and Steve visit her in prison, where Paula is aided in her subterfuge when the magic lasso accidentally falls into her hands.
Reprints
Keywords
Magic lasso

Indexer Notes

Story title from Table of Contents.

The image of Wonder Woman riding a horse on the splash page was used for the cover.

Mabel is shown reading an issue of Sensation Comics.

This story was the basis for an episode of the Wonder Woman tv series, "Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther."

Paula is shot and killed at story's end, although she's alive in her next appearance, Sensation Comics (DC, 1942 series) #12, because an "electric machine she invented brought her back to life."

The Greatest Feat of Daring In Human History! (Table of Contents: 30)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Etta Candy; Private Mint Candy (Etta's brother, introduction); Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; un-named train porter (introduction); Captain Diaz (introduction); un-named President of the Corrida (introduction); Pancho (villain, informant, introduction, death); Pepita Valdez (villain, bullfighter, introduction, reforms); Japanese spies (villains, introduction for all, some die)
Synopsis
When Etta's brother is attacked by spies, Wonder Woman and Etta trail them from Texas to Mexico City, where Wonder Woman fights a bullfight and stops a secret Japanese invasion of Mexico.
Reprints
Keywords
Magic lasso; mental radio

Indexer Notes

Page 3 Panels 4-5 have been modified from the original, due to insensitive racial overtones in the original. The panels feature a black train porter, who in the original version was drawn with extra large lips, but in this version his lips have been modified to be normal-sized. The man's dialogue has also changed: in panel 4, the original dialogue was "Yas'm! Suitcase comin' up!", it was modified to "Yes Mam! Suitcase comin' up!" In panel 5, the original dialogue was "Dis suitcase show am heaby! Must be fulla books!", it was modified to "This suitcase is heavy! Must be fulla books!" The original version of this story was reprinted in the Wonder Woman Archives, the modified version was first used in the Wonder Woman Chronicles and was later used in Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 1.

Wonder Woman crashes a car into a tree to avoid hitting Etta, seemingly killing the other passengers, noting they were "too lazy to jump in time."

Instead of using the magic lasso, Wonder Woman hypnotizes Mint to determine what he revealed to the Mexican spies.

[Sensation Comics #10] (Table of Contents: 31)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Etta Candy; Ishti
Reprints

[The Railroad Plot] (Table of Contents: 32)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; Dolly Dancer (villain, a spy, introduction), Ishti (villain, spy, introduction)
Synopsis
Steve dates a red-headed spy who tries to get a special code-key from him in order to sabotage a railroad.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "The Railroad Plot". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "The Danger of Dolly Dancer".

[Sensation Comics #11] (Table of Contents: 33)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

[Mission to Planet Eros!] (Table of Contents: 34)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; Colonel Darnell; Queen Desira of Eros; Marya (introduction); Lila Brown; Lieutenant Spotter (introduction); Rebla (villain, introduction); Dominus (villain, introduction)
Synopsis
Steve, Wonder Woman and Etta are summoned to the planet Eros via astral projection by Queen Desira to battle a renegade warrior who has started a war.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Story title from the Table of Contents for this collection.

[Sensation Comics #12] (Table of Contents: 35)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

[America's Guardian Angel] (Table of Contents: 36)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Colonel Darnell; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; LeRoy Fontaine (movie producer); Yvette (villain, von Gunther slave, introduction, death); Ben Black (villain, movie director, introduction); Paula von Gunther (villain); the Nazis (villains); the Japanese (villains)
Synopsis
With Steve in Hollywood chasing after spies, Wonder Woman agrees to go there as well to film a movie, but ends up kidnapped (along with Steve) by Paula von Gunther.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "America's Guardian Angel". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "Paula Von Gunther and the Disappearing Island".

Paula von Gunther is restored to life by electricity in this story.

[Wonder Woman #2] (Table of Contents: 37)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Mars
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Mars' armor is colored blue, white, and orange here, whereas inside it's all orange with a green emblem.

[The God of War] (Table of Contents: 38)

Wonder Woman / foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 1 page (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Aphrodite; Ares [aka Mars] (villain)
Synopsis
Mars has control of the world, and yet he's incensed by the one girl standing against him: Wonder Woman, Aphrodite's agent.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrated text.

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this text story is titled "The God of War". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "Mars is Triumphant!".

It is noted that Wonder Woman's adversary is the Greek god Ares, but he's better known by his Roman name, Mars.

[Mars, The God of War] (Table of Contents: 39)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; Aphrodite; Tiva (Martian slave, introduction); Satan (Saturnian slave, introduction); Ares [aka Mars] (villain); Duke of Deception (villain, aide of Ares, introduction); General Destruction (villain, Are's Aide-de-Camp, introduction); Earl of Greed (villain, introduction); Lord Conquest (villain, introduction)
Synopsis
Mars kidnaps Steve Trevor to lure Wonder Woman to his home planet, where she secretly participates in the war tournaments while searching for Steve.
Reprints
Keywords
Mars

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "Mars, The God of War". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "The Tournament of Slaves: Part 1".

Only the souls of the dead, shackled as prisoners, may enter Mars' domain.

Aphrodite gives Wonder Woman an elixir of living death so her astral form may be captured by Mars' slave collectors.

Wonder Woman gives her name as Etta Candy, and is unrecognized by Mars and his aides, suggesting this is the first time he's ever seen her.

Wonder Woman fights a Saturnian slave in the arena; she later meets the Saturnians in Wonder Woman (DC, 1942 series) #10. Wonder Woman's healing purple ray can be taken in tablet form.

[The Earl of Greed] (Table of Contents: 40)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; Etta Candy; Agent X-49 [Jim Blake] (spy, introduction); Jake Dough (baseball team owner, introduction); The Pups (a baseball team, introduction for all); Ares [aka Mars] (villain); General Destruction (villain); Earl of Greed (villain); Duke of Deception (villain); Lord Conquest (villain); Adolf Hitler (villain); Hermann Göring (villain); Joseph Goebbels (villain); Dr. Prexy Deacon (villain, President of Holliday College)
Synopsis
Wonder Woman plays baseball to help keep Holliday College open, undermining the Earl of Greed's attempt to use the school as a channel to the U.S. Treasury.
Reprints
Keywords
Holliday College

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "The Earl of Greed". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "The Earl of Greed Strikes Out: Part 2".

According to the text, Hitler's brain is attuned to Mars' radio wavelength, making him susceptible to influence from Mars and his minions. Hitler is shown to chew on the carpet when having an attack of nerves.

[The Duke of Deception] (Table of Contents: 41)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; Scriba (the Duke's slave, introduction); Taki (dance manager, introduction); Senator Deal (introduction); Mr. Bost (a lawyer, introduction); Ares [aka Mars] (villain); Earl of Greed (villain); Duke of Deception (villain); Naha (villain, dancer, introduction); Emperor Hirohito (villain); General Hammi [Duke of Deception] (villain)
Synopsis
Framed for murder, Wonder Woman is then taken prisoner by the victim, as the Duke of Deception manipulates Hirohito to attack Hawaii.
Reprints
Keywords
Mars

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "The Duke of Deception". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "Framed By the Duke of Deception: Part 3".

The Earl of Greed is imprisoned on Mars, and suddenly, Adolf Hitler is acting less greedy on Earth.

Wonder Woman gives Etta the elixir of living death so her astral spirit can animate one of Deception's phantasms.

Shackled, and with her eyes sealed with tape, Wonder Woman is too vain to tear off the tape and lose her eyelashes, so she escapes blindfolded.

[The Count of Conquest] (Table of Contents: 42)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Ares [aka Mars] (villain); Lord Conquest (villain); Duke of Deception (villain); Benito Mussolini (villain); Emperor Hirohito (villain); Count Crafti [Don Unaldi] (villain, introduction); Mammotha [Lord Conquest] (villain, introduction)
Synopsis
Using her love of competition, charity, and handsome men against her, Lord Conquest captures Wonder Woman and brings her to Mars a captive slave.
Reprints
Keywords
Mars

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "The Count of Conquest". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "Captured By Lord Conquest: Part 4".

The Duke of Deception is thrown into prison, and Hirohito is suddenly brutally frank in negotiations with the Italian ambassador.

[Wonder Woman Campaigns for War Bonds and Stamps] (Table of Contents: 43)

Wonder Woman / public service announcement / 2 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; Colonel Darnell; Buck Winters
Synopsis
Wonder Woman stumps for war bonds in Midland along with war hero Buck Winters.
Reprints
Keywords
invisible plane; war bonds

Indexer Notes

Untitled; title from Table of Contents

Buck describes what people see when Wonder Woman flies by in her robot plane-- a girl sitting in the air.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 44)

Wonder Woman / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Michael Cho
Inks
Michael Cho
Colors
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Synopsis
Illustration of Wonder Woman from the cover of this collection.

[Sensation Comics #13] (Table of Contents: 45)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; Adolf Hitler (face on bowling pin); Hideki Tojo (face on bowling pin); Benito Mussolini (face on bowling pin)
Reprints
Keywords
Bowling

Wonder Woman Is Dead! (Table of Contents: 46)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton]
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Colonel Darnell; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; Sam Evans (FBI agent); police chief; Mr. Backer (airplane company President, introduction); Olga (villain, agent of Paula von Gunther, introduction); Olga's allies (villains, introduction for all)
Synopsis
Diana Prince knows that news of Wonder Woman's death in an explosion is false, especially when the body is discovered to be a dead woman dressed up as the super heroine. Later, she discovers a spy ring operating within Army intelligence and nearly loses her life for real attempting to stop the ring.
Reprints
Keywords
Alta Airplane Company; Golden lasso

[Sensation Comics #14] (Table of Contents: 47)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Fir Balsam (intro, a talking tree); Babs Carter; Teddy Carter; Nazi spies
Reprints

[The Story of Fir Balsam] (Table of Contents: 48)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton]
Pencils
Harry G. Peter (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Fir Balsam (intro, a talking tree); Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; the Holliday Girls; Jeb Carter (introduction); Nan Carter (Jeb's wife, introduction); Teddy Carter (child of Jeb and Nan, introduction); Babs Carter(child of Jeb and Nan, introduction); Carl Natz (villain, introduction); Fritz Krieg (villain, introduction); other un-named Nazis (villains, introduction for all)
Synopsis
Wonder Woman is tracking Nazis in the town of Greenville, and discovers that the Carter family is a victim of Nazi Carl Natz, who, along with his gang, has taken the Carter children hostage.
Reprints
Keywords
Fir Balsalm (a fir tree); Greenville

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "The Story of Fir Balsam". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "The Fir Tree's Story".

[Comic Cavalcade #1] (Table of Contents: 49)

Wonder Woman; The Flash; Green Lantern / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Frank Harry
Inks
Frank Harry
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Reprints front half of wrap-around cover.

[Mystery of the House of the Seven Gables] (Table of Contents: 50)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston [as Charles Moulton] (signed)
Pencils
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Inks
Harry G. Peter [as H. G. Peter] (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Etta Candy; Tommy Royden (introduction); Mrs. Royden (Tommy's mother, introduction); Nazi soldiers and spies [Kipp; Anton; Fritz; rest unnamed] (villains, introduction for all)
Synopsis
Diana and Steve head out by car to the New England coast at General Darnell's request to keep an eye out for spies and saboteurs. The disappearance of a young boy named Tommy then leads Diana to try and locate him, and she discovers a group of 5th Columnists who are connected to the Nazis that are to come ashore as invaders. Wonder Woman, aided by Steve and Etta Candy, put a stop to the invasion and rescue the boy.
Reprints
Keywords
House of Seven Gables; Magic Lasso; U-Boat

[Wonder Woman #3] (Table of Contents: 51)

Wonder Woman / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Harry Peter [as H. G. Peter]
Inks
Harry Peter [as H. G. Peter]
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Baroness Paula von Gunther
Reprints

[A Spy on Paradise Island] (Table of Contents: 52)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 15 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Etta Candy; Eve Brown; Dorothy Lord; Baroness Paul von Gunther (villain); Queen Hippolyte; Steve Trevor; Apollo; Keela (villain; Intro); Zoe (Amazon); Mala
Synopsis
Wonder Woman flies to Paradise Island to celebrate Diana's Day, unaware she's brought a stowaway-- one of Paula von Gunther's slave girls, intent on killing Wonder Woman and guiding a Japanese destroyer to the Amazon homeland.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "A Spy on Paradise Island". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "Doom On Diana's Day: Part 1".

The Amazons speak English when Etta Candy visits, an indication they speak another language.

Diana's Day is the Amazon Christmas, which occurs on the Winter Solstice (dated here on December 25th, instead of the 21st). An Amazon is chosen to wear the mask of the goddess, filling arrow quivers with gifts; any Amazon girl can attempt to remove the goddess' mask to take her place, but should she fail, she must dress as a woodland creature and be prey in the next day's hunt.

Steve receives a mental radio from Wonder Woman as a Diana's Day present.

[The Devilish Devices of Baroness Von Gunther] (Table of Contents: 53)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Steve Trevor; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Colonel Darnell; Mala; Etta Candy; Paula von Gunther (villain)
Synopsis
Paula enslaves Steve and Wonder Woman and leads them into an underground deathtrap.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "The Devilish Devices of Baroness Von Gunther". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "Paula Von Gunther, Invisible Spy: Part 2".

Wonder Woman uses a "brain wave detector" on Paula's slave girls, a machine that prints a read-out of a person's thoughts.

It is noted that the Paradise Island piers are electrically wired to detect approaching vessels.

It is suggested that the power of the lasso comes from Aphrodite.

Paula demonstrates her hypnotizing technique, to which even Wonder Woman is susceptible.

Paula has created a wearable version of the invisibility machine she used in Sensation Comics (DC, 1942 series) #6.

[The Secret of Baroness Von Gunther] (Table of Contents: 54)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Paula Von Gunther (Villain; Origin; reforms); Gerta Von Gunther (Intro; Paula Von Gunther's daughter); Kibby Maxwell; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Baron Gottfried von Gunther (flashback); Etta Candy; Mala
Synopsis
Learning the cause of Paula's villainy, Wonder Woman travels to Nazi Germany to retrieve the Baroness' daughter from a concentration camp.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

In the Table of Contents for this collection, this story is titled "The Secret of Baroness Von Gunther". It has been indexed elsewhere with the title "The Rescue of Gerta Von Gunter: Part 3".

Ordeal of Fire (Table of Contents: 55)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
William Moulton Marston
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Colonel Darnell; Steve Trevor; Kibby Maxwell; Paula Von Gunther; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Mala; Ann Maxwell; Aphrodite; Queen Hippolyte
Synopsis
In preventing a Nazi plot to destroy a munitions factory and saving Wonder Woman's life, Paula von Gunther is redeemed and accepted into Aphrodite's service as a neophyte.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

The date of Paula's trial is given as December 10th 1942; Wonder Woman serves as Paula's lawyer in the courtroom.

Wonder Woman makes an Amazon "anti-oxygenation" ointment that saves Paula's life; Diana Prince returns to nursing to attend to Paula in her convalesence.

Hippolyte uses clay to sculpt new features for Paula's burned face, which is brought to life by Aphrodite.

Wonder Woman uses the magic lasso on herself, compelling herself to treat Paula well.

[Title Page] (Table of Contents: 56)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Colors
?
Letters
?

Indexer Notes

Title Page at rear of book, features only the logo of the book.

Complete Your Collection With These Other Golden and Silver Age Trade Paperbacks (Table of Contents: 57)

promo (ad from the publisher) / 3 pages (report information)

Pencils
Michael Cho
Inks
Michael Cho
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Characters
Justice League of America [Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Aquaman [Arthur Curry]; Flash [Barry Allen]; Superman [Clark Kent]; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Atom [Ray Palmer]]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; The Joker; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El];

Indexer Notes

Promo for other Golden and Silver Age trades including Batman: The Golden Age Vol. 1-3, Batman & Superman: World's Finest The Silver Age Vol. 1, Superman: The Golden Age Vol. 1-2, Supergirl: The Silver Age Vol. 1, The Flash: The Silver Age Vol. 1, Justice League of America: The Silver Age Vol. 1-3, and Green Lantern: The Silver Age Vol. 1.

[Title Page] (Table of Contents: 58)

Wonder Woman / credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Michael Cho
Inks
Michael Cho
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]

Indexer Notes

Title Page at rear of book with illustration from cover. Identical to Title pages at front of volume.

[Back Cover] (Table of Contents: 59)

Wonder Woman / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Harry G. Peter
Inks
Harry G. Peter
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]

Indexer Notes

Back cover with text on the contents of this issue, includes illustrations from Sensation Comics #8 and Wonder Woman #2.

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Wonder Woman
  2. 1. [Title Page]
    Wonder Woman
  3. 2. [Creator Credits]
  4. 3. [2nd Title Page]
    Wonder Woman
  5. 4. [no title indexed]
  6. 5. [Table of Contents]
  7. 6. Introducing Wonder Woman
    Wonder Woman
  8. 7. [Sensation Comics #1]
    Wonder Woman
  9. 8. [Wonder Woman Comes to America]
    Wonder Woman
  10. 9. [Sensation Comics #2]
    Wonder Woman
  11. 10. [Dr. Poison]
    Wonder Woman
  12. 11. [Sensation Comics #3]
    Wonder Woman
  13. 12. [A Spy in the Office]
    Wonder Woman
  14. 13. [Sensation Comics #4]
    Wonder Woman
  15. 14. [School for Spies]
    Wonder Woman
  16. 15. [Sensation Comics #5]
    Wonder Woman
  17. 16. [Wonder Woman Versus the Saboteurs]
    Wonder Woman
  18. 17. [Sensation Comics #6]
    Wonder Woman
  19. 18. [Summons to Paradise]
    Wonder Woman
  20. 19. [Sensation Comics #7]
    Wonder Woman
  21. 20. [The Milk Swindle]
    Wonder Woman
  22. 21. [Sensation Comics #8]
    Wonder Woman
  23. 22. [Department Store Perfidy]
    Wonder Woman
  24. 23. [Sensation Comics #9]
    Wonder Woman
  25. 24. [The Return of Diana Prince]
    Wonder Woman
  26. 25. [Wonder Woman #1]
    Wonder Woman
  27. 26. [Who is Wonder Woman?]
    Wonder Woman
  28. 27. [The Origin of Wonder Woman]
    Wonder Woman
  29. 28. Wonder Woman Goes To the Circus!
    Wonder Woman
  30. 29. [Wonder Woman Versus the Prison Spy Ring]
    Wonder Woman
  31. 30. The Greatest Feat of Daring In Human History!
    Wonder Woman
  32. 31. [Sensation Comics #10]
    Wonder Woman
  33. 32. [The Railroad Plot]
    Wonder Woman
  34. 33. [Sensation Comics #11]
    Wonder Woman
  35. 34. [Mission to Planet Eros!]
    Wonder Woman
  36. 35. [Sensation Comics #12]
    Wonder Woman
  37. 36. [America's Guardian Angel]
    Wonder Woman
  38. 37. [Wonder Woman #2]
    Wonder Woman
  39. 38. [The God of War]
    Wonder Woman
  40. 39. [Mars, The God of War]
    Wonder Woman
  41. 40. [The Earl of Greed]
    Wonder Woman
  42. 41. [The Duke of Deception]
    Wonder Woman
  43. 42. [The Count of Conquest]
    Wonder Woman
  44. 43. [Wonder Woman Campaigns for War Bonds and Stamps]
    Wonder Woman
  45. 44. [no title indexed]
    Wonder Woman
  46. 45. [Sensation Comics #13]
    Wonder Woman
  47. 46. Wonder Woman Is Dead!
    Wonder Woman
  48. 47. [Sensation Comics #14]
    Wonder Woman
  49. 48. [The Story of Fir Balsam]
    Wonder Woman
  50. 49. [Comic Cavalcade #1]
    Wonder Woman; The Flash; Green Lantern
  51. 50. [Mystery of the House of the Seven Gables]
    Wonder Woman
  52. 51. [Wonder Woman #3]
    Wonder Woman
  53. 52. [A Spy on Paradise Island]
    Wonder Woman
  54. 53. [The Devilish Devices of Baroness Von Gunther]
    Wonder Woman
  55. 54. [The Secret of Baroness Von Gunther]
    Wonder Woman
  56. 55. Ordeal of Fire
    Wonder Woman
  57. 56. [Title Page]
  58. 57. Complete Your Collection With These Other Golden and Silver Age Trade Paperbacks
  59. 58. [Title Page]
    Wonder Woman
  60. 59. [Back Cover]
    Wonder Woman
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