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Wonder Woman: War of the Gods by George PerezLegendary comics author George Perez’s epic Wonder Woman saga!
On Wonder Woman’s island home of Themyscira, angry voices are rising. Following a massacre in man’s world, Queen Hippolyta is presumed dead, and the Amazons’ thirst for revenge is strong. But even as her people teeter on the brink of war, Princess Diana is forcibly summoned to Olympus, where Zeus and the Greek gods are being attacked by their Roman counterparts—in defiance of all heavenly order. The realms of the gods are being turned upside down and inside out, and if left unchecked the chaos will quickly engulf the earth.
Beneath it all lies a tangled web of magic and deceit that ensnares everyone from Superman and Captain Marvel to Lobo and the Suicide Squad. But even as the world’s greatest heroes unite to stop the warring pantheons, mortals and immortals alike remain pawns in a single mastermind’s twisted game.
The evil sorceress Circe will stop at nothing to have her revenge on Wonder Woman—even if it means destroying the universe itself!
Collects WAR OF THE GODS #1-4, WONDER WOMAN #58-62 and WONDER WOMAN: WAR OF THE GODS.
Wonder Woman Comics Reading Guide
Wonder Woman made quite an impression in her big screen debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice last year and an even bigger one with her solo movie breaking box office records this weekend! There's no better time to get familiar with the comics and stories that shaped Wonder Woman over the years. Wonder Woman has long been an American icon, but not many people are aware of her diverse and sometimes very strange publishing history. Here are some must reads for fans, from her earliest stories all the way through to the modern era! To fully understand who Wonder Woman is and what she stands for, one must experience the original Golden Age stories by writer Dr. Many of comics' original Golden Age stories are clunky and hard to swallow by modern standards, but not Dr. Marston's work on Wonder Woman.
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Perhaps the most famous and popular female superhero, Wonder Woman is an inspiration to us all. Read through all the major stories throughout her history. Thank you again for visiting the site and be sure to click around! In the meantime, enjoy this Wonder Woman reading order. This website is made possible by reader support on Patreon. William Moulton Marston. Beck Otto Binder.
Below is the definitive list of appearances of Wonder Woman in chronological order. Flashback sequences or story entries will be followed by a [Flashback] note. Stories that for some reason are no longer part of current continuity will have a comment saying this in a note following the entry. Follow the links for a complete index of the issue, including story and creator info as well as full character chronology and in some cases story synopses. The chronology list can also be sorted according to Comic book title. Please note: If you want to go back to the chronological listing after having used the sorting tool you have to reload the page.