Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Omnibus

DC Comics

5 comics

Hardcover 776-768-816 pp


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  • English (United States)
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Wonder Woman, arguably the best-known female superhero in the world, and star of her own monthly comics, was introduced in the early 1940s in these quirky tales written by the inventor of the lie detector, psychologist William Moulton Marston. In these stories, Wonder Woman travels from Paradise Island to Man's World, where she serves as an emissary of peace, using her bracelets and lasso of truth to stop injustice. These stories introduce the mythology of Wonder Woman as she battles the powers of evil--from crooked business owners to Nazi spies.


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William Moulton Marston (Script)

Other authors

Harry G. Peter (Drawing, Inker), Joye Murchison (Script), Joyce Murchison (Script), Robert Kanigher (Script)

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