Now with era-appropriate logos!
Wonder Woman #750 is out Jan. 22, and you know what that means: Besides an anthology of stories featuring the likes of Greg Rucka, Gail Simone, Scott Snyder and Colleen Doran — and the start of a new DCU timeline that anoints the Amazing Amazon as the first superhero — there are variants aplenty!
You’ve got the requisite retailer-exclusive variants and many of those are mighty cool, like Alex Ross’…
and Stanley “Artgerm” Lau’s:
But I’m always partial to the official DC decade-by-decade tribute covers, like we saw with Action Comics #1000 (click here) and Detective Comics #1000 (click here) — and which we’ll see for the Robin, Joker and Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectaculars this spring. (Click here.)
So check out the Wonder Woman #750 decade covers — complete with era-appropriate trade dress — by some of the top talents in comics and available at shops across the land this Wednesday:
There will be a blank variant as well.
Great Hera, these are lovely!
— How GEORGE PEREZ Saved WONDER WOMAN From Becoming a ‘Raunchy Sex Object’. Click here.
— A GROOVY Look Back at the NEW WONDER WOMAN. Click here.
January 18, 2020
She is TRULY a wonder to behold!
January 19, 2020
I’ve always loved the cover of WONDER WOMAN #1 (with Diana horseback charging through enemy lines) and the interpretations of it we’ve seen to date, so I’m surprised that Alex Ross’ take on it leaves me a bit “meh.” Stanley “Artgerm” Lau’s cover though…WOW! That takes me back to the WW I grew up with.