William Moulton Marston Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
William Moulton Marston, Alice Marble, Harry G. Peter & Sheldon Moldoff Wonder Woman stars in four classic stories by character creator William Moulton Marston, including 'Ordeal of Fire,' which features the reformation of Wonder Woman's archenemy the Baroness!
William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter The most famous of all the women who have ever been called a superhero, Wonder Woman exploded into the world of comic books amid the uncertainty and bleak determination of World War II. Fighting for justice and treating even her enemies with firm compassion, Wonder Woman brought not a cape nor a ring nor a personal fortune or hidden clubhouse, but a magical lariat that compelled anyone it bound to tell the truth, and bracelets that could not only deflect bullets but prevent Wonder Woman from ever using her superpowers for unchecked destruction. The very first stories of the Amazon Warrior are collected here in WONDER WOMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE VOLUME 1, featuring the adventures of Wonder Woman as she tackles corruption, oppression and cruelty in ALL STAR COMICS #8, COMIC CAVALCADE #1, SENSATION COMICS #1-14 and WONDER WOMAN #1-3.
William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter Learn the secret origin of Wonder Woman—how she was created and how she became the Amazons' champion in Man's World! Includes four stories starring the Amazon Princess, written by Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston.
Gardner Fox, Alfred Bester, William Moulton Marston, Harry G. Peter, Paul Reinman & Joe Kubert This issue collects some of your favorite adventures with Wonder Woman, Hop Harrigan, Johnny Thunder and many more!
Bob Kanigher, Greg Rucka, Brian Azzarello, Phil Jimenez, William Moulton Marston, Cliff Chiang, Mike Deodato, Mike Sekowsky & Harry G. Peter The most recognizable superheroine of all time, Wonder Woman has been an essential part of the DC Universe and an icon for female empowerment for more than 75 years. Armed with her lasso of truth and her bullet-stopping bracelets, the Amazon Princess journeys into Man’s World again and again, spreading her mission of peace and goodwill and fiercely battling injustice where she finds it. She’s a princess, a warrior and an ambassador. Beautiful as Aphrodite, wise as Athena, stronger than Hercules, swifter than Mercury...she is Wonder Woman! WONDER WOMAN: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS collects more than 400 pages of the iconic heroine’s best stories, from her first appearance by William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter, to her mod ’60s redesign by Denny O’Neil and Mike Sekowsky, to her present-day adventures by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang. Other legendary talents featured include George Pérez, Darwyn Cooke, Robert Kanigher, Gene Colan, Phil Jimenez, Mike Deodato, Greg Rucka, Gail Simone and more. Collects ALL-STAR COMICS #8; SENSATION COMICS #1; WONDER WOMAN (1942-) #7, #28, #64, #93, #99, #107, #142, #177, #179, #195, #204, #288, #600; WONDER WOMAN (1987-) #1; WONDER WOMAN vol. 3 #0; JUSTICE LEAGUE: NEW FRONTIER SPECIAL #1; SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN (2014-) #1 and #7.
William Moulton Marston, Leo Dorfman, Bob Kanigher, Jim Mooney, Carmine Infantino, Win Mortimer, Curt Swan & Harry G. Peter In this 96-page special issue including "The Untold Story of Argo City,î ñSupergirl's Rival Parents,î ñThe Black Canary,î "Trap of Crimson Flame,î ñIn the Hands of the Merciless!,î ñThe Duel of the Gimmicksî and ñThe Black Magic of Supergirl!î
William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter Wonder Woman stars in four stories pitting her against the God of War, Mars, who makes his first-ever appearance in this issue. Wonder Woman must also defeat Mars' generals: the Earl of Greed, the Duke of Deception and the Count of Conquest!
William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter Continuing the run of Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston, this issue features four more Wonder Woman tales, which see the warrior completing three great tasks to win the favor of the Goddess Aphrodite!
William Moulton Marston, Gardner Fox, Irwin Hasen, Bill Finger, Charles Reizenstein, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Chuck Winter, Howard Purcell & Paul Gattuso Steve dates a redheaded spy who tries to get a special code key from him in order to sabotage a railroad.
William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter In another timeless tale by Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston, the Amazon Princess faces off against the Cheetah in the classic Wonder Woman villain's very first comic book appearance!
William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston pens four more tales staring the Amazon Princess, starting with the 'Battle for Womanhood,' which first introduces the world to the classic Wonder Woman villain Dr. Psycho!
William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter Creator William Moulton Marston continues his run writing the character he created with four more tales starring the woman warrior: 'The Adventure of the Life Vitamin,' 'America's Wonder Women of Tomorrow,' 'The Secret Weapon,' and 'The Demon of the Depths.'
William Moulton Marston, Ted Udall, Ed Wheelan, Bill Finger, Gardner Fox, Frank Godwin, Frank Harry, Sheldon Moldoff, Jon Kozlak, Irwin Hasen & Joe Gallagher Diana Prince is sitting at her desk one day when a woman enters, posing as a reporter, and asks very personal questions about Wonder Woman. Sensing something is wrong, Diana refuses to answer questions, but Steve Trevor is taken in, not realizing the woman is a Nazi agent, Fausta Grables. She eventually steals Wonder Woman's costume and poses as her for an Army benefit show.
William Moulton Marston, Gardner Fox, Jon L. Blummer, John Wentworth, Maxwell Gaines, Bill Finger, Don Cameron, Harry G. Peter, Jon Kozlak, Sheldon Moldoff, Stan Aschmeier & Lou Ferstadt Steve shows Diana a newspaper announcement concerning the dedication ceremonies of a Global War Heroes monument where Wonder Woman is supposed to speak. Wonder Woman is about to speak when the monument blows up, but mysteriously, as the debris clears, the monument is still intact, then disappears in a column of black smoke. Wonder Woman finally gets to the bottom of the mystery when she comes face to face with Eric Lander, an American-born man of German descent, who has invented a silent, self-camouflaging space bomber that he intends to terrorize the United States with!
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Joe Gallagher, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell, Stan Aschmeier & Paul Reinman When Gay Frollick attempts suicide over the death of a Fun Foundation employee, which sent her to prison, Wonder Woman saves her and offers to finance the foundation to the tune of one billion dollars by selling Blue Ether, a chemical substance that can replace gasoline as a fuel. The crooked sponsor of the foundation steals the formula and nearly kills the Amazon Maiden.
William Moulton Marston, Jay Marron, Alice Marble, Harry G. Peter & Al Greene Wonder Woman fights a life-and-death struggle against Hypnota and Serva, who have succeeded in stealing the secret defense plan against Saturn (in case they break the peace signed in Wonder Woman #10), and taking a number of slaves to do their bidding.
William Moulton Marston, Alice Marble, Harry G. Peter & Paul Reinman Two strange events--a girl trapped underwater in seaweed and a strange radio message that cuts across General Darnell's speech--lead Wonder Woman to discover an invasion from the planet Saturn is about to occur.
William Moulton Marston, Mike Sekowsky & Harry G. Peter A man dying of gunshot wounds stumbles into Diana’s boutique, revealing that he is a secret agent for a government agency and investigating a plot to assassinate the Koronian ambassador.
Elliot S! Maggin, E. Nelson Bridwell, William Moulton Marston, Bob Kanigher, Dick Dillin, Harry G. Peter & Ross Andru A DC 68-Page Giant starring Wonder Woman! Featuring three exciting stories with guest appearances by Green Arrow, Diana Prince and Steve Trevor.
William Moulton Marston, Alice Marble, Harry G. Peter & Paul Reinman Wonder Woman flies to legendary Atlantis, where two queens reign over two nations: Queen Clea of Venturia and Queen Eeras of Aurania. The women of Atlantis are giantesses, and the men (manlings) are puny weaklings.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell, Stan Aschmeier & Paul Reinman Wonder Woman saves the Modern kids from their parents (because they don't like children), and when the kids don't wake up from sleeping, the Amazon Princess joins the kids in sleep and enters the kids’ dreamworld, called Grow-Down Land. Here Wonder Woman eventually helps bring the Modern family together by showing the parents how to act like children.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Howard Purcell, Frank Harry, Stan Aschmeier & Joe Gallagher Paula Von Gunther infiltrates the Crime Combine to help Wonder Woman...or has she really turned evil again?
Jack Miller, William Moulton Marston, Maxwell Gaines, Harold Sharp, Harry G. Peter, Joe Gallagher, Joe Kubert & Don Cameron Strange interference with the transatlantic cable leads Wonder Woman into the depths of the ocean where she discovers Atlanteans have overthrown Queen Octavia and are threatening to kill her...and Wonder Woman herself!
William Moulton Marston, Maxwell Gaines, Jack Miller, Frank Harry, Harry G. Peter, Stan Aschmeier, Joe Gallagher & Don Cameron After cleaning out the bad leadership of an orphanage, several of the orphans stow away in Wonder Woman's plane, which arrives at Paradise Island...and just in time to stem a Nazi invasion!
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Howard Purcell, Stan Aschmeier, Frank Harry & Paul Reinman Discovering that Anton Unreal helps people ascend to the Fourth Dimension in exchange for all their worldly goods, Wonder Woman prevents Dick Soulful from making that mistake. Steve, Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls are all transported to the Fourth Dimension for a wild adventure.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Sheldon Moldoff, Harry G. Peter, Frank Harry, Stan Aschmeier & Joe Gallagher A young boy does poorly in school because he can't afford glasses, and his mom's in jail for supposedly murdering his dad. Diana investigates the situation and Wonder Woman buys him the glasses, but the police seem to be trying to stop her.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell, Stan Aschmeier & Joe Gallagher Etta overhears a telephone conversation plotting a murder, so she and Diana go to a studio costume party to prevent the crime from being carried out. Although Diana is dressed as Wonder Woman, a beautiful movie star, supposedly kidnapped and murdered, also shows up at the studio party dressed as Wonder Woman!
John Jenks, William Moulton Marston, Maxwell Gaines, Jack Miller, Bill Finger, Harry G. Peter, Frank Harry, Joe Gallagher, Jon L. Blummer & Don Cameron When Wonder Woman decides to play Santa Claus for some children who have lost all hope, she never would believe it would lead her up against a gang of gold thieves.
Evelyn Gaines, William Moulton Marston, Maxwell Gaines, Bill Finger, Lynne Evans, Ed Wheelan, Arthur Nugent, Harold Sharp, Harry G. Peter, Frank Harry, Joe Gallagher & Don Cameron The discovery of an as-yet-unknown island between Africa and South America leads Wonder Woman, Etta and the Holliday girls into an adventure against Nero of ancient Rome.
William Moulton Marston, Jon L. Blummer, Alfred Bester, John Wentworth, Irwin Hasen, Ted Udall, Gardner Fox, Harry G. Peter, Paul Reinman, Howard Purcell, Joe Gallagher & Martin Naydel Steve and Diana are threatened by members of the Crimson Flame cult, whose members have already kidnapped Helene Armstrong.
William Moulton Marston, Maxwell Gaines, Alfred Bester, Jon L. Blummer, Gardner Fox, Harry G. Peter, Dennis Neville, Paul Reinman, Don Cameron & Jon Kozlak Wonder Woman is drugged by gangsters, and that night she dreams that she has lost her Amazon powers, so she agrees to marry Steve. But before the vows are completed, she wakes up, and rushes to save Steve from the gangsters who drugged her.
William Moulton Marston, Gardner Fox, Ted Udall, Alfred Bester, Jon L. Blummer, S. Mayer, Irwin Hasen, John Wentworth, Harry G. Peter, Jon Kozlak, Howard Purcell, Paul Reinman & Lou Ferstadt Diana and the Holliday Girls are aboard a ship protected by an invention of Wonder Woman's called the anti-submarine shield. After a successful test, a spy aboard ship disables the device and steals the key component, and the Amazon Princess must recover it.
William Moulton Marston, Maxwell Gaines, Jack Miller, Stan Aschmeier & Harry G. Peter A frustrated actor uses six of Wonder Woman's greatest foes as pawns in his efforts in order to gain the attention he feels that is due to him.
William Moulton Marston, Jon L. Blummer, Alfred Bester, Gardner Fox, Harry G. Peter, Paul Reinman, Howard Purcell, Joe Gallagher & Everett Hibbard The disappearance of several girls, including an intelligence agent, leads Wonder Woman to a secret diamond mine where the girls work as slaves.
William Moulton Marston, S. Mayer, Jon L. Blummer, Alfred Bester, Sheldon Moldoff, Gardner Fox, Harry G. Peter, Martin Nodell, Joe Gallagher & Martin Naydel The Holliday Girls are attacked and captured by giant vultures, who are actually criminals dressed in costume and led by the Vulture King. He attempts to use his mind-controlling device to brainwash the girls and Wonder Woman into kidnapping government leaders.
William Moulton Marston, Maxwell Gaines, Lynne Evans, Evelyn Gaines, Bill Finger, Harry G. Peter, Frank Harry, Stan Aschmeier, Arthur Nugent, Joe Gallagher & Don Cameron Wonder Woman has to battle Countess Draka Nishki and her group, the "International Spies, Inc.," who are trying to sell America's most vital secrets.
William Moulton Marston, Henry Kuttner, Maxwell Gaines, Jon L. Blummer, Gardner Fox, Harry G. Peter, Everett Hibbard, Paul Reinman, Dennis Neville & Jon Kozlak Steve Trevor investigates a report that a school of mermaids have downed a ship, and he ends up being captured by them. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls are also kidnapped when they try to rescue him, but they escape to collar a former female swimming champion who had disguised herself as King Neptune as a cover for her piracy operations. During a pre-Christmas radio program, racial and religious persecution raises its ugly head, prompting Alan Scott to use a life-and-death situation involving Doiby as an example of what America really stands for.
Ted Udall, William Moulton Marston, Edwina Dumm, Evelyn Gaines, Bill Finger, Sheldon Moldoff, Howard Purcell, Harold Sharp, Frank Harry, Irwin Hasen & Harry G. Peter Wonder Woman takes Bobby to the zoo, where they meet Steve Trevor and his niece. The two kids discover that one of the lions can talk, which leads Wonder Woman and Steve to Cairo where they uncover Princess Yasmini and her group of spies.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell, Stan Aschmeier & Paul Reinman While repairing her invisible plane on Paradise Island, Wonder Woman learns that Steve has been captured by Dr. Poison, and she goes to his rescue only to be captured. Using her mental telepathy, the Amazon Maiden calls her invisible plane to the rescue.
Evelyn Gaines, William Moulton Marston, Howard Purcell, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Stan Aschmeier & Paul Reinman Wonder Woman is puzzled when sleeping victims supposedly commit murders...until she learns that someone is kidnapping the Wrights' astral selves and forcing them to commit the deeds.
William Moulton Marston, Ted Udall, Evelyn Gaines, Bill Finger, Irwin Hasen, Frank Godwin, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell & Harold Sharp After a dying man, claiming to be a part of a crime army, tells Diana and the others about his organization's plot to take over America, Wonder Woman finds herself drugged and in a coma. But Paula and the Holliday Girls administer the antidote to Wonder Woman and defeat the Crime Army in its tracks.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Howard Purcell, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Stan Aschmeier & Paul Reinman Hippolyte uses the Magic Sphere and sees that Wonder Woman is going to be captured by a gang of racketeers, so she gets permission to leave Paradise Island for three days...as long as she does not reveal her true identity. So she decides to masquerade as first Diana Prince, then Wonder Woman.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Howard Purcell, Paul Reinman, Stan Aschmeier, Sheldon Moldoff & Frank Harry Wonder Woman helps turn a family away from bullying and saves a war factory from a sabotage ring.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell, Paul Reinman & Harold Sharp Now that Priscilla Rich is reformed, she claims Sandra, her former slave, has taken over the Cheetah identity.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell, Stan Aschmeier & Paul Reinman Wonder Woman opens a fun clinic to help people enjoy their lives, and one day, wanted gangster McGlone shows up and asks for help. She helps him, but it gets McGlone arrested and Wonder Woman blamed for turning him in.
Bill Finger, Arthur Nugent, William Moulton Marston, Edwina Dumm, Ted Udall, Evelyn Gaines, Irwin Hasen, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Howard Purcell, Harold Sharp & Frank Harry Diana is invited to the Candy Ranch to witness Etta's wedding to a Hungarian prince, but soon discovers he is a fake and a Nazi agent. When Steve and Wonder Woman are captured, the Holliday Girls help save the day.
William Moulton Marston, Evelyn Gaines, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Harry, Howard Purcell, Stan Aschmeier & Paul Reinman Steve and Diana visit the Bandit Club, which is thought to be the front for the Zoot Suit Gang. Wonder Woman captures the head of the gang, and tries to transport her to Paradise Island for reformation. But the gang leader bails out and Mala takes a plane to look for her, but is knocked out and dumped in the ocean by the villain. Mala washes up in New York City, which mystifies her as she has never been to the land of men before, and this leads to harrowing adventures for Mala.