Wonder Woman

Volume 1

Starring: Princess Diana as Wonder Woman (II) and Donna Troy as Wonder Girl. Between issues #178 and #204 was the period when Diana was in her depowered phase (and whose depiction fell closer in line with modern fashions at the time.)

Wonder Woman (Volume 2)

Starring: Princess Diana as Wonder Woman (II) and Cassie Sandsmark asWonder Girl (II).

On a trip to DC's editorial offices, artist George Perez was looking for a few smaller assignments after his recent exertions on Crisis on Infinite Earths. Learning of Frank Miller's revitalization of Batman and John Byrne's new take on Superman, Perez naturally wondered who was handling the inevitable relaunch of Wonder Woman. Discovering the reboot of the amazing amazon had a writer - Greg Porter- but not an artist, Perez volunteered for the job, and jumped right back into the frenzied schedule of a monthly book.

Wonder Woman received a complete and utter makeover, even more so than the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight. Her adventures started from scratch, and unlike Superman and Batman's revamped origins, occurred in the present, rather than in flash back fashion. With the help of Perez's meticulous pencils, as well as his guidance as co-plotter, Wonder Woman was thrust further into the realm of Greek mythology than she had ever been before. The fledgling heroine was surrounded by ancient legends and new characters, and her newest villain was introduced, Ares, the god of war. Even the origin of Paradise Island and the Amazons featured centrally. By the 1st issue's end, Wonder Woman had been born anew, formed out of the very clay of her island home, and she began her journey into the heart of man's violent world.

Wonder Woman (Volume 3)

Starring: Diana Prince as Wonder Woman (II).

Following after Infinite Crisis, Wonder Woman was canceled and relaunched in 2006. It starts with Donna Troy as Wonder Woman and with Diana missing. When Diana returns she takes on the name of Diana Prince and becomes a secret agent for the Department of Metahuman Affairs. Her first assignment is to retrieve her kidnapped sister Donna Troy. After this was accomplished Diana took back the mantle of Wonder Woman.

Note: Series gets renumbered to #600 after #44.

The fourth Wonder Woman series. Only a year after fans demanded DC change the last volume's numbering to #600 so the character could rightfully have her legacy among her companions in the Trinity, the numbering was reset with a new series as part of The New 52.

TitleMaterial Collected
Wonder Woman Archive Edition, Vol. 1 All Star Comics #8, Sensation Comics #1–12, Wonder Woman #1
Wonder Woman Archive Edition, Vol. 2 Sensation Comics #13–17, Wonder Woman #2–4
Wonder Woman Archive Edition, Vol. 3 Sensation Comics #18–24, Wonder Woman #5–7
Wonder Woman Archive Edition, Vol. 4 Sensation Comics #25–32, Wonder Woman #8–9
Wonder Woman Archive Edition, Vol. 5 Sensation Comics #33–40, Wonder Woman #10–12
Wonder Woman Archive Edition, Vol. 6 Sensation Comics #41–48, Wonder Woman #13–15
Wonder Woman Archive Edition, Vol. 7 Sensation Comics #49–56, Wonder Woman #16–18
Showcase Presents Wonder Woman, Vol. 1 Wonder Woman #98–117
Showcase Presents Wonder Woman, Vol. 2 Wonder Woman #118–137
Showcase Presents Wonder Woman, Vol. 3 Wonder Woman #138–156
Showcase Presents Wonder Woman, Vol. 4 Wonder Woman #157–177
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman, Vol. 1 Wonder Woman #178–184
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman, Vol. 2 Wonder Woman #185–189, Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #93, The Brave and the Bold#87
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman, Vol. 3 Wonder Woman #190–198, World's Finest #204
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman, Vol. 4 Wonder Woman #199–204, The Brave and the Bold #105
Wonder Woman: The Twelve Labors Wonder Woman #212–222
Wonder Woman, Vol. 1: Gods and Mortals Wonder Woman vol. 2, #1–7
Wonder Woman, Vol. 2: Challenge of the Gods Wonder Woman vol. 2, #7–14
Wonder Woman, Vol. 3: Beauty and the Beasts Wonder Woman vol. 2, #15–19, Action Comics #600
Wonder Woman, Vol. 4: Destiny Calling Wonder Woman vol. 2, #20–24, Annual #1
Wonder Woman: The Contest Wonder Woman vol. 2, #0, #90–93
Wonder Woman: The Challenge of Artemis Wonder Woman vol. 2, #94–100
Wonder Woman: Second Genesis Wonder Woman vol. 2, #101–105
Wonder Woman: Lifelines Wonder Woman vol. 2, #106–112
Wonder Woman: Paradise Lost Wonder Woman vol. 2, #164–170, Secret Files #2
Wonder Woman: Paradise Found Wonder Woman vol. 2, #171–177, Secret Files #3
Wonder Woman: Down to Earth Wonder Woman vol. 2, #195–200
Wonder Woman: Bitter Rivals Wonder Woman vol. 2, #201–205
Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon Wonder Woman vol. 2, #206–213
Wonder Woman: Land of the Dead Wonder Woman vol. 2, #214–217, The Flash #219
Wonder Woman: Mission's End Wonder Woman vol. 2, #218–226
Wonder Woman: Who is Wonder Woman? Wonder Woman vol. 3, #1–4, Annual #1
Wonder Woman: Love and Murder Wonder Woman vol. 3, #6–10
Wonder Woman: Amazons Attack! Wonder Woman vol. 3, #11–13
Wonder Woman: The Circle Wonder Woman vol. 3, #14–19
Wonder Woman: Ends of the Earth Wonder Woman vol. 3, #20–25
Wonder Woman: Rise of the Olympian Wonder Woman vol. 3, #26–33
Wonder Woman: Warkiller Wonder Woman vol. 3, #34–39
Wonder Woman: Contagion Wonder Woman vol. 3, #40–44
Wonder Woman: Odyssey, Vol. 1 Wonder Woman vol. 3, #600–606
Wonder Woman: Odyssey, Vol. 2 Wonder Woman vol. 3, #607–614
Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Blood Wonder Woman vol. 4, #1–6
Wonder Woman Vol. 2: Guts Wonder Woman vol. 4, #7–12
Wonder Woman Vol. 3: Iron Wonder Woman vol. 4, #0, #13–18
Wonder Woman Vol. 4: War Wonder Woman vol. 4, #19-23

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