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WONDER WOMAN #34 (Sep 1989) DC Comics

cover:  Chris Marrinan
George Pérez
WONDER WOMAN #34
Date: Sep 1989
Cover Price: $1.00
Publisher:  dccomics.com

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    • Action Comics #600 page 30 From comics.ha.com ACTION COMICS #600 (May 1988) DC Comics John Byrne and George Perez - Action Comics #600, page 30 Original Art (DC, 1988). Darkseid, Desaad and the Parademons transport back to Apokolips, leaving Superman and Wonder Woman in an Olympus rigged with powerful explosives set to detonate at any second. A tense moment for the Man of Tomorrow and the Amazon Princess, set against the pageantry of Mount Olympus, from the historic 600th issue of Action Comics. This John Byrne and George Perez collaboration is from the John Byrne story, "Different Worlds," written by John Byrne. The special effect lines were drawn on a separate clear acetate overlay. The art has an image area of 10" x 15 ...
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    Credits
    "The Tournament of the Crown" (22 pages) 
    writer:  George Perez
    Mindy Newell
    art:  Chris Marrinan
    Will Blyberg
    colors:   
    letters:  John Costanza 
    editor:  Karen Berger
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    Talking Wonder Woman With Jodi
    News  Wed, 20 Dec 2006 07:22:08 CST  Vu
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    WONDER WOMAN #34 (Sep 1989)
    TALKING WONDER WOMAN WITH JODI PICOULT, 1
    12-19-2006, 12:08 PM, by Zack Smith

    (excerpt)

    NRAMA: What are your thoughts on the history of the character, her creation, almost as an ideal, and her creator, William Moulton Marston?
    JP: I know a little bit about him. What I find the most intriguing about Wonder Woman's history is that women have not really written her. I know that William Marston's wife, Elizabeth "Sadie" Moulton Marston, was one of the co-creators and there was another woman before me who wrote her - Mindy Newell, who scripted three issues of the original series and co-plotted several issues of the George Perez run. But that seems ridiculous to me! ( laughs). Half a century - and only a handful of women were involved? Honestly, to me, that's the no-brainer here! I think that surprised me the most.


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