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Sensation Comics #012 (Dec. 1942)

Wonder Woman has been asked to star in a movie! Will she be America’s next starlet or is this all a trick?

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Wonder Woman Earth One Is Far From Wondrous

Content warnings: This post contains descriptions and images of sexual assault/harassment from the comic that may be triggering or upsetting to readers.

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Sensation Comics #011 (Nov. 1942)

Wonder Woman travels to Eros, a planet where women love to be in jail!

Sensation Comics #11

Written by Charles Moulton (William Moulton Marston)
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Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol.1 – Review

From her conception, Wonder Woman has been subversive for more than just being the first female Superhero. When William Moulton Marston made her in 1941, he did so with the idea that she would be a hero “who would triumph not with fists or firepower, but with love;” and imbued her with his radically progressive ideas. 868 more words

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Sensation Comics #010 (Oct. 1942)

Steve is showing affection for another girl! Can Wonder Woman protect him from Japanese spies?

Sensation Comics #10

Written by Charles Moulton (William Moulton Marston) 890 more words

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Wonder Woman (v1) #002 - Notes

In Wonder Woman #02, we see Wonder Woman’s first battle with Mars, the God of War, and his minions The Earl of Greed, the Duke of Deception, and the Count of Conquest. 635 more words

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Wonder Woman (v1) #002 (Fall 1942)

Wonder Woman goes up against Mars, the God of War, and his minions!

Wonder Woman #02
Written by
Charles Moulton (William Moulton Marston)
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