This January, the 3rd part of DC’s Famous Trinity, Wonder Woman hits her milestone and DC has big plans for the Amazonian. To celebrate the96 page 750th issue, DC has assembled an all-star team of writers and artists including Greg Rucka, Gail Simone, Vita Ayala, Marguerite Bennett, Jeff Loveness, and current here dissertation topics for phd essay community service hours ap u history essay questions prednisone drug interactions ibuprofen essay your life student general english past papers anpf scholarship essay 18th century american history essay topics canada seroquel xr get link aufgabegewinn berechnung beispiel essay https://chanelmovingforward.com/stories/research-thesis-writing-service/51/ propecia cut quarters follow link computer science thesis introduction sample cheap admission essay editor website my favourite teacher essay for class 5 como comprar viagra generico en espaa research paper on autism in children thesis on capital structure of commercial banks an essay on the shaking palsy summary of beowulf efficient market hypothesis portfolio theory cheap analysis essay editing services for masters lesser masked weaver female viagra dosage of neurontin for fibromyalgia best time take cialis 20mg cialis 5 mg once a day prezzo in farmacia click here connaissance de soi philosophie dissertation source site https://vabf.org/reading/creative-writing-on-change/250/ Wonder Woman writer Steve Orlando.
They’ll be joined by a variety of new WW storytellers, including Kami Garcia, Shannon Dean Hale, and Mariko Tamaki. The book will feature a collection of stories from Diana’s past, present, and future. I’m guessing it’ll be similar to the recent Batman and Superman books. Of course there will be more variant covers than you can shake a stick at.
Issue #750 will feature a cover from Catwoman writer/artist Joëlle Jones, artists include Colleen Doran, Jesus Merino, Wonder Woman Rebirth’s Nicola Scott, Elena Casagrade, and Gabriel Picolo, with more artist announcements to follow.
Participating comic book retailers will have something extra special for hardcore collectors and ardent Wonder Woman fans alike. A collection of comics’ most popular and talented artists will render a series of variant covers for this momentous issue, depicting the Amazon Princess in different eras from the 1940s to present day:
1940s variant cover by Joshua Middleton
1950s variant cover by Jenny Frison
1960s variant cover by J. Scott Campbell
1970s variant cover by Olivier Coipel
1980s variant cover by George Pérez
1990s variant cover by Brian Bolland
2000s variant cover by Adam Hughes
2010s variant cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams
Issue hits stores January, 2020.