It’s WONDER WOMAN WEEK!
UPDATED 5/30/17: Hey, Wonder Woman comes out this week! Excited? Cool. Now back during WONDER WOMAN WEEK in the fall (see below the links), we selected 13 COVERS representing the Golden, Silver and Bronze ages. This week, we’ve added the Modern Age to the mix. So check out the links and enjoy some great WW art from the last 76 years.
— 13 COVERS: WONDER WOMAN in the SILVER AGE, click here.
— 13 COVERS: WONDER WOMAN in the BRONZE AGE, click here.
— 13 COVERS: WONDER WOMAN in the MODERN AGE, click here.
All week we’re celebrating the Amazon princess, with commentary from an all-star line-up of creators including Greg Rucka, Cliff Chiang, Liam Sharp, Gail Simone and many others. (Click here for info on all that.)
But we’re also running a series of 13 COVERS galleries — starting here with Wonder Woman in the Golden Age.
Why this week? Because the UN has declared this Friday — 10/21 — Wonder Woman Day.
For the full WONDER WOMAN WEEK INDEX — including a special introduction by Christie Marston — the granddaughter of Wonder Woman’s creator, William Moulton Marston — click here.
And now on to 13 COVERS: Wonder Woman in the Golden Age. Don’t see your favorite? Just add it to the comments below or in whichever social-media thread you found this!
(NOTE: Wonder Woman debuted in All-Star Comics #8 but her first cover appearance was Sensation Comics #1 — which repurposed the splash-page image of her from All-Star #8. And there you have it.)
For 13 COVERS: WONDER WOMAN in the Silver Age, click here.
For the complete WONDER WOMAN WEEK INDEX, click here.
Cover images and credits from the wonderful Grand Comics Database.