DC Announces Oversized “Wonder Woman” #750 With All-Star Creative Team

By | October 18th, 2019
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DC Comics have announced the “Wonder Woman” series will reset in January to mark 750 overall issues of the character’s solo title. “Wonder Woman” #750 will be a 96-page special featuring stories from past and present Wonder Woman writers like Greg Rucka, Gail Simone, Vita Ayala, Marguerite Bennett, Jeff Loveness, and current series scribe Steve Orlando, and those who’ve never written the character before, like Kami Garcia (“Teen Titans: Raven”), Mariko Tamaki (“Supergirl: Being Super”), and Shannon and Dean Hale (who are penning the upcoming “Diana: Princess of the Amazons”). Artist announced for the issue so far include Colleen Doran, Jesus Merino, Nicola Scott, Elena Casagrade, and Gabriel Picolo.

Cover by Joelle Jones

The issue will come a number of cover variants celebrating each decade of Wonder Woman (and by artists who were in more recent cases the main cover artist back then), in addition to the main cover by Joelle Jones. These will consist of:

  • 1940s variant cover by Joshua Middleton
  • 1950s variant cover by Jenny Frison
  • 1960s variant cover by J. Scott Campbell
  • 1970s variant cover by Olivier Coipel
  • 1980s variant cover by George Pérez
  • 1990s variant cover by Brian Bolland
  • 2000s variant cover by Adam Hughes
  • 2010s variant cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams
  • “Wonder Woman” #750 will be released January 22, 2020, and will retail for $9.99. It will mark the first time Diana, Princess of Themyscira’s comic has returned to its original numbering since J. Michael Straczynski’s run began with issue #600 in 2011. Wonder Woman first debuted in October 1941’s “All-Star Comics” #8, and her own series debuted in Summer 1942, after she had headlined the first issue of “Sensation Comics” earlier that year.

    Christopher Chiu-Tabet

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