Sensation Comics # 1 First appearance of Wonder Woman.
The 80s Reimagination
Wonder Woman: Gods and Mortals The reimagination of Wonder Woman's origin by George Perez.
Wonder Woman: Challenge of the Gods Continuing from "Gods and Mortals" the second volume from Perez' remarkable run features the return of Cheetah.
Wonder Woman: Beauty and the Beasts The third volume from Perez' run. Featuring Superman,Darkseid,Silver Swan and more.
Wonder Woman: Destiny Calling The fourth and final volume from Perez' run begins with a mystery, as Wonder Woman's publicist has been murdered and Diana is determined to solve the hideous crime.
Pre New 52 Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia A graphic novel written by Greg Rucka. It is his first time writing for the character and he would go on to produce one of the characters more acclaimed runs. It chronicles Wonder Woman involvement with a young woman named Danielle, after she plea's to protect the young woman for eternity. The graphic novel is a great starting point for anyone interested in Wonder Woman's stories as it delves into the amazon's Ancient Greek origins while also playing on some the same concepts of morality, compassion, and gender pivotal to any good Wonder Woman story.
Wonder Woman: Down to Earth The first arc of the highly-praised run of Greg Rucka. It introduces new members and re-introduces old friends and foes to Wonder Woman's supporting cast. Diana is writing a book about her belief's and her way of life. And the world responds to it in a controversial way.
Wonder Woman: Bitter Rivals Wonder Woman's world is shocked as the islands of Themyscira drop from the skies. The return of Dr.Psycho. A mystery involving a murder. Guest starring Batman.
Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon Wonder Woman's enemies come together and a monster of old is resurrected to kill her. The pinnacle of Rucka's run.
Wonder Woman: Land Of the Dead
Wonder Woman: The Circle The reformed Secret Society of Super-Villains invades Paradise Island, led by Captain Nazi! Many fans consider Simone's run to be a "golden era" for Wonder Woman, not experienced since Greg Rucka's run
Wonder Woman v4 #1-35
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