Wonder Woman #1 - The Last True Hero
([October] 2020)

DC, 2020 Series
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Volume
1
Price
39.99 USD; 53.99 CAD
Pages
404
On-sale Date
2020-08-04
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
DC [circle and serifs]
ISBN
978-1-77950-036-6 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781779500366 53999
Editing
Brian Augustyn (credited) (editor - original series); Dan Thorsland (credited) (editor - original series); Ruben Diaz (credited) (assistant editor - original series); Jeb Woodard (credited) (group editor - collected editions)

Issue Notes

Collects Wonder Woman (DC, 1987 series) #63-64, 66-76, Wonder Woman Special (DC, 1992 series) #1, and Wonder Woman Annual (DC, 1988 series) #3.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Wonder Woman / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Brian Bolland (credited)
Inks
Brian Bolland (credited)
Colors
Brian Bolland (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman
Reprints

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Brian Bolland; Jill Thompson (credited)
Inks
Brian Bolland; Romeo Tanghal (credited)
Colors
Nansi Hoolahan (credited)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Wonder Woman; Natasha Teranova

Indexer Notes

Title page with illustration from the cover of Wonder Woman #69, with background image from Wonder Woman #63.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Lee Moder (credited); Paris Cullins (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited); Romeo Tanghal (credited)
Colors
Steve Mattsson (credited); Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Wonder Woman; Dr. Fate [Inza Nelson]

Indexer Notes

Indicia and publisher information with illustration from Wonder Woman #76, with background image from Wonder Woman #71.

[Wonder Woman Special #1] (Table of Contents: 3)

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

Pencils
Jill Thompson (signed)
Inks
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Deathstroke; Wonder Woman
Reprints

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

Wonder Woman / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Lee Moder (credited); Jill Thompson (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited); Denis Rodier (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited); Nansi Hoolahan (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman

Indexer Notes

Illustration of Wonder Woman from Wonder Woman #72, with background image from Wonder Woman #64.

Operation: Cheetah, Part One (Table of Contents: 5)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 38 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Jill Thompson (credited)
Inks
Jay Geldhof (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
Albert DeGuzman (credited as Albert De Guzman)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Cheetah [Barbara Minerva]; Wonder Woman [Diane Prince]; Julia Kapatelis; Vanessa Kapatelis; Inspector Ed Indelicato; Proteus (god); Deathstroke [Slade Wilson]; Drax (villain); Baron von Nastraed (villain)
Synopsis
When the Cheetah is captured in a hostile post-Soviet nation, Wonder Woman seeks the help of both god and man to rescue her.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Story continues in Wonder Woman (DC, 1987 series) #63.

With the help of the god Proteus, Wonder Woman takes on the identity of Diane Prince, her first secret identity in the current Wonder Woman series. Deathstroke is immune to the truth-revealing power of the magic lasso, stating he knows exactly what he is. In strength and speed, Deathstroke seems a match for Wonder Woman.

[Wonder Woman #63] (Table of Contents: 6)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Reprints

Operation: Cheetah, Part Two (Table of Contents: 7)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited) (plot); Tom Peyer (credited) (script)
Pencils
Jill Thompson (credited)
Inks
Romeo Tanghal (credited)
Colors
Nansi Hoolahan (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Deathstroke [Slade Wilson]; Drax (villain); Baron von Nastraed (villain); Inspector Ed Indelicato; Cheetah [Barbara Minerva]; Barremargox (Drax' bride)
Synopsis
Drax' wedding day goes awry when the bride-to-be-- Wonder Woman-- objects to the proceedings.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Continued from Wonder Woman Special (DC, 1992 series) #1.

Wonder Woman is able to use Proteus' gift of illusion to give herself the appearance of a concussion.

Although the ceremony to transform Barbara Minerva into the Cheetah has been shown to be complicated in the past (in Wonder Woman (DC, 1987 series) #9), Barbara makes the transition here instantaneously by simply drinking a drop of blood.

Wonder Woman returns to America empty-handed... or does she? (Table of Contents: 8)

Wonder Woman / text story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Karen Berger; Anne Molinas; Miles Dorfman
Letters
typeset

Genre
fantasy-supernatural; superhero
Synopsis
In newspaper format, a reiteration of Wonder Woman's origin and mission; a fond adieu from her former editor; and a humorous article about her newest editor.
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Indexer Notes

It is noted that Wonder Woman first arrived in Boston "about two years ago," and that Princess Diana was 20 years old when she left Themyscira.

[Wonder Woman #64] (Table of Contents: 9)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Bang! Bang!
Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Janey Jancosky
Reprints

The Heart of the City (Table of Contents: 10)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Jill Thompson (credited)
Inks
Denis Rodier (credited)
Colors
Nansi Hoolahan (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Job Number
G-6414
Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Inspector Ed Indelicato; Cesare (Ches) Sabatini (Intro); Janey Jancosky; Tim Jancosky; Arnold Neal (Bank Manager); Mr. Astor; Sylvia Horton; Gillespie (hitman)
Synopsis
On the trail of an AWOL mob money runner with an infant daughter in tow, Wonder Woman teaches Ed Indelicato a lesson in hope and mercy.
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Indexer Notes

Inspector Indelicato is cleared of charges stemming from his actions during the "War of the Gods" storyline.

Final Jill Thompson as regular penciller.

When speaking to Wonder Woman, Tim Jancosky's wife calls her husband "John."

According to this story, Donald Simpson is a major mob player, although he's out of commission by the time Wonder Woman starts taking on the Boston mob in Wonder Woman (DC, 1987 series) #73.

[Wonder Woman Annual #3] (Table of Contents: 11)

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

Pencils
Joe Quesada (signed)
Inks
Kevin Nowlan (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman
Reprints

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 12)

Wonder Woman / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Lee Moder (credited); Jill Thompson (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited); Denis Rodier (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited); Nansi Hoolahan (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman

Indexer Notes

Illustration of Wonder Woman from Wonder Woman #72, with background image from Wonder Woman #64.

Shadows and Eclipses (Table of Contents: 13)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 54 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
John Dennis (credited) (pages 1-31); Dave Johnson (credited as David Johnson) (pages 32-54)
Inks
Ande Parks (signed)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
Clem Robins (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; White Magician [Asquith Randolph]; Cassie Arnold (intro); Roger Oakley (villain; death); Wipejewski [Whipper/Whizzer] (intro); Mrs. Cholimsky (hostage); Queen Hippolyte (dream sequence); Mala (dream sequence)
Synopsis
Wonder Woman accepts the White Magician's invitation to dinner, where he facilitates her possession by Eclipso with a dystopian hallucination of Paradise Island.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

First meeting of White Magician and Cassie Arnold.

Wonder Woman mistakenly refers to Roger as "Robert" on page 16.

Cassie Arnold refers to her camerawoman as both "Whipper" and "Whizzer."

Mala, Wonder Woman's best friend and rival from the Golden Age, makes her first post-Crisis appearance, although only in a dream sequence; she makes her first post-Crisis appearance in the flesh in Wonder Woman (DC, 1987 series) #90.

Both this story and Wonder Woman (DC, 1987 series) #66 show Diana meeting Asquith Randolph for the first time.

This story was part of Eclipso: The Darkness Within (DC, 1992 series).

[Wonder Woman #66] (Table of Contents: 14)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman
Reprints

A Sudden Deadly Leap (Table of Contents: 15)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Paris Cullins (credited)
Inks
Robert Campanella (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
May (hairdresser); Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Mercedes Foster (intro); Natasha Teranova (intro); The White Magician [Thomas Asquith Randolph] (intro, see note) (villain)
Synopsis
The White Magician sends Wonder Woman to rescue a Russian cosmonaut stranded in space, then blasts the two of them far from Earth.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Wonder Woman meets the White Magician for the first time in this issue, and yet seemingly meets him for the the first time in Wonder Woman Annual (DC, 1988 series) #3 as well.

According to the text, The White Magician was called "Mr. Magic" in the 1940's, and "The White Sorcerer" in the 1960's; in the 1970's, he belonged to the super group "Echoes of Justice;" he had always been a hero, but acts as a villain here.

Wonder Woman notes there are "more powerful meta-humans" than she, and that she is unable to fly into space on her own power.

As Diana is unable to speak Russian, she communicates with Natasha by their lingua franca, Greek.

[Wonder Woman #67] (Table of Contents: 16)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Natasha Teranova
Reprints

Barren, Rocky, and Cold (Table of Contents: 17)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Paris Cullins (credited as Paris Cullens)
Inks
Robert Campanella (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Natasha Teranova; Ectreba (Intro, unnamed) (Khund); The Kreel (Intro, unnamed, slavedrivers)
Synopsis
After drifting in space for weeks, Diana and Tasha are captured and brought to a savage slave planet where all the prisoners are female.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

The title page calls this a 5-part story; it ends up being a 6-part story.

[Wonder Woman #68] (Table of Contents: 18)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Reprints

Breaking Bonds (Table of Contents: 19)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Paris Cullins (credited)
Inks
Frank McLaughlin (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
H'Geln (prisoner); The Kreel; Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Natasha Teranova; Ectreba (Khund); Julia (Daxamite) (unnamed)
Synopsis
Diana's kindness to the other prisoners set the guards against her, fomenting a rebellion that gives Diana and her friends the chance to escape.
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Indexer Notes

Natasha notes they've been on the prison planet approximately 4 and a half months before they escape.

H'Geln explains that the Kreel are currently all male, and change sex every century. At that point they will have offspring, become female, and hate everything male.

[Wonder Woman #69] (Table of Contents: 20)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Natasha Teranova
Reprints

Noble Pyrates All (Table of Contents: 21)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Paris Cullins (credited)
Inks
Robert Campanella (credited); Ande Parks (credited) (assist); Aaron McClellan (credited) (assist)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Antar Ftt B;Jar (Sangtee Governor); Sakritt; Wonder Woman; Natasha Teranova; Ectreba; H'elgn; Julia (Daxamite)
Synopsis
To finish bringing down the slaver Sangtee Empire, Wonder Woman quells rebellion in her ranks, and makes a dangerous but powerful new ally.
Reprints

[Wonder Woman #70] (Table of Contents: 22)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Reprints

Once I Was a Slave (Table of Contents: 23)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Paris Cullins (credited)
Inks
Romeo Tanghal (credited); Ande Parks (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Antar Ftt B'Jan; Natasha Teranova; Ectreba (Khund); Advisor A'iir; Bruct; Sakritt
Synopsis
Wonder Woman confronts dissent in her ranks and parries attacks from the Sangtee Empire as she attempts to learn the devastating secret of the Emperor.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

It is revealed at story's end that the female-hating Emperor is herself female.

[Wonder Woman #71] (Table of Contents: 24)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Julia (Daxamite)
Reprints

Home Again (Table of Contents: 25)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Paris Cullins (credited)
Inks
Romeo Tanghal (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Julia Kapatelis; Vanessa Kapatelis; Wonder Woman; Sakrett; Natasha Teranova; Julia (Daxamite); Asquith Randolph [The White Magician]; Cassie Arnold; H'elgn; Inspector Indelicato
Synopsis
Wonder Woman says goodbye to her Pyrate friends while Julia, despairing her friend is dead, writes a goodbye letter to Diana.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Diana returns to Earth at story's end. The exact length of time of her absence is not given, but the kitten Diana rescued in Wonder Woman (DC, 1987 series) #63 has had kittens, who have had kittens of their own.

[Wonder Woman #72] (Table of Contents: 26)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman
Reprints

Indexer Notes

The image from this cover was later used as the model for a statue.

The Song of Creation (Table of Contents: 27)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Lee Moder (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Moot and Geof (villains; intro); Julia Kapatelis; Vanessa Kapatelis; Quinn Thomas (intro); Aphrodite; Heracles (sic, flashback); Queen Hippolyte (flashback); Diana Rockwell Trevor (flashback); Steve Trevor (flashback); Etta Candy
Synopsis
Having returned from her exile in space, Wonder Woman recounts to her friends the story of the Amazons, while learning circumstances have changed for herself and Themyscira in her absence.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

First Lee Moder and Ande Parks on interior art; Moot and Geof are a tribute to "Mutt and Jeff," the long running comic serial.

Wonder Woman tells her origin with new facts: the Amazons were created not in Greece, but on Themyscira. Aphrodite is shown to be the main goddess of the Amazons. The Amazons, before inhabiting the island, were sent to live for 10 years in cities throughout Greece to learn about civilization.

After their exile, the Amazons return to Themyscira, where Heracles ventures in his attempt to steal Hippolyte's girdle.

When the seal to Tartarus is weakened, Diana Trevor arrives with 20th century weapons the Amazons use to fight the daemon horde. Diana flies her plane into the pit entrance, sacrificing her life to seal the pit. Hippolyte is given the life of the unborn child Diana Trevor was carrying, which is placed in the figure Hippolyte sculpts from clay.

Diana's New Job?! (Table of Contents: 28)

Wonder Woman / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman
Reprints

Losses (Table of Contents: 29)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Lee Moder (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Steve Trevor; Quinn Thomas; Hoppy Green (intro); Micah Rains (intro); Camille Sly (Intro); Antonio Sazia (villain, Intro)
Synopsis
After learning Themyscira has mysteriously disappeared, Diana goes on the hunt for a new job and a new place to stay, meeting two men she'll get to know better-- a mobster and a PI.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

First Taco Whiz.

[Wonder Woman #74] (Table of Contents: 30)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman
Reprints

Greatness Calls! (Table of Contents: 31)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Lee Moder (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Isabelle Modini (introduction); Dickie Loder (introduction, villain); White Magician [Asquith Randolph]; Cassie Arnold; Inspector Ed Indelicato; Micah Rains; 'Wugs' Moore; 'Truss' Bannon; 'Moso' Hanks; 'The Jackal'; 'Deepo'; 'Juice'; Mrs. Eliot; Brian Eliot [the Central Processor of Death] (introduction, villain)
Synopsis
In separate encounters, Wonder Woman faces two unbalanced young men-- a junkie and a computer genius-- who have somehow acquired fantastic technological devices.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Mrs. Eliot addresses Wonder Woman as "Ms. Prince."

[Wonder Woman #75] (Table of Contents: 32)

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

Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman; Kraken
Reprints

The Last True Hero (Table of Contents: 33)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Lee Moder (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited)
Colors
Steve Mattsson (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Laser Killers; White Magician [Asquith Randolph] (villain); Cassie Arnold; Hoppy Green; Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Isabelle Modini; Dickie Loder (death); Inspector Ed Indelicato; Brian Eliot; Dr. Manning (introduction, unnamed); Kraken
Synopsis
Through Wonder Woman's example, a reformed junkie and a bitter cop redeem themselves, while Diana herself seeks mystical help to save the life of a misguided youth injured in an encounter with the White Magician.
Reprints

[Wonder Woman #76] (Table of Contents: 34)

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

Script
?
Pencils
Brian Bolland (signed)
Inks
Brian Bolland (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Queen Hippolyte
Reprints

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 35)

Wonder Woman / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Lee Moder (credited); Jill Thompson (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited); Denis Rodier (credited)
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth (credited); Nansi Hoolahan (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman

Indexer Notes

Illustration of Wonder Woman from Wonder Woman #72, with background image from Wonder Woman #64.

Knowledge (Table of Contents: 36)

Wonder Woman / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
William Messner-Loebs (credited)
Pencils
Lee Moder (credited)
Inks
Ande Parks (credited)
Colors
Steve Mattsson (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Dr. Fate [Inza Nelson]; Kent Nelson; Wonder Woman [Princess Diana]; Hoppy Green; Queen Hippolyte (flashback); Circe (flashback); Danthis (Amazon, flashback); Hellen (Amazon, flashback)
Synopsis
With the help of Dr. Fate, Wonder Woman learns the fate of Themyscira and the Amazons, as well as the perpetrator.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Hoppy notes she was named after Hopalong Cassidy. Queen Hippolyte can administer the "Queen's Peace," by which she heals disputes by force of will. Circe is said to have lived for 7 thousand years. Diana suggests she might have killed Circe for her actions against the Amazons.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 37)

Wonder Woman / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Joe Quesada
Inks
Kevin Nowlan
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero; fantasy-supernatural
Characters
Wonder Woman

Indexer Notes

Back cover with text on contents of collection, includes illustration from the cover of Wonder Woman Annual #3.

Editing
Related Scans
Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Wonder Woman
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
  3. 2. [no title indexed]
  4. 3. [Wonder Woman Special #1]
    Wonder Woman
  5. 4. [no title indexed]
    Wonder Woman
  6. 5. Operation: Cheetah, Part One
    Wonder Woman
  7. 6. [Wonder Woman #63]
    Wonder Woman
  8. 7. Operation: Cheetah, Part Two
    Wonder Woman
  9. 8. Wonder Woman returns to America empty-handed... or does she?
    Wonder Woman
  10. 9. [Wonder Woman #64]
    Wonder Woman
  11. 10. The Heart of the City
    Wonder Woman
  12. 11. [Wonder Woman Annual #3]
    Wonder Woman
  13. 12. [no title indexed]
    Wonder Woman
  14. 13. Shadows and Eclipses
    Wonder Woman
  15. 14. [Wonder Woman #66]
    Wonder Woman
  16. 15. A Sudden Deadly Leap
    Wonder Woman
  17. 16. [Wonder Woman #67]
    Wonder Woman
  18. 17. Barren, Rocky, and Cold
    Wonder Woman
  19. 18. [Wonder Woman #68]
    Wonder Woman
  20. 19. Breaking Bonds
    Wonder Woman
  21. 20. [Wonder Woman #69]
    Wonder Woman
  22. 21. Noble Pyrates All
    Wonder Woman
  23. 22. [Wonder Woman #70]
    Wonder Woman
  24. 23. Once I Was a Slave
    Wonder Woman
  25. 24. [Wonder Woman #71]
    Wonder Woman
  26. 25. Home Again
    Wonder Woman
  27. 26. [Wonder Woman #72]
    Wonder Woman
  28. 27. The Song of Creation
    Wonder Woman
  29. 28. Diana's New Job?!
    Wonder Woman
  30. 29. Losses
    Wonder Woman
  31. 30. [Wonder Woman #74]
    Wonder Woman
  32. 31. Greatness Calls!
    Wonder Woman
  33. 32. [Wonder Woman #75]
    Wonder Woman
  34. 33. The Last True Hero
    Wonder Woman
  35. 34. [Wonder Woman #76]
    Wonder Woman
  36. 35. [no title indexed]
    Wonder Woman
  37. 36. Knowledge
    Wonder Woman
  38. 37. [no title indexed]
    Wonder Woman
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