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WONDER WOMAN #7 (Aug 1987) DC Comics

cover: George Pérez
Date: Aug 1987
Cover Price: $0.75

Reprinted in:
Available in digital format (6/25/11). Reprinted in WONDER WOMAN: GODS AND MORTALS TP (Feb 2004), WONDER WOMAN #6 (Spain) (1988), WONDER WOMAN #6-10 (Spain) (1990)
Reprinted and translated in JUSTICE LEAGUE #9 (Italian) and WONDER WOMAN #2 (Argentina).

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    WONDER WOMAN #7 (Aug 1987)
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    Paste Magazine: Our Favorite Comic Book Cover Artists of All Time

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    WONDER WOMAN #7 (Aug 1987)
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    Paste Magazine listed George Perez in "Our Favorite Comic Book Cover Artists of All Time"

    George Pérez: Pound for pound, nobody has drawn more superheroes than Pérez. His exacting pencils have covered a huge swath of the Big Two’s most sacred creations, with the exception of extensive work in the X-Universe. The Fantastic Four, Avengers, JLA, The New Teen Titans and literally every DC character (at the time) in Crisis on Infinite Earths. His covers reflect this awe-inspiring range, brimming with shared-universe scuffles and demigod poses mimicked the world over by toddlers in cardboard domino masks and bath-towel capes. With such lively, empowering covers, there’s a certain irony that Pérez's most famous image portrays a weeping Superman holding the lifeless body of his cousin, Supergirl. And that eclecticism defines Perez’s greatest strength, the storytelling prowess to zoom from epic battles to intimacy from cover to cover. Sean Edgar

    Wonder Woman digital comics on sale (sale ends 6/27/11)
    posted Jun 25, 2011 4:55 AM by vu sleeper

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    WONDER WOMAN #7 (Digital) (25 Jun 2011)
    DC Comics
    DC Comics is having a sale on its Wonder Woman digital comics at ComiXology.  As you can see from the images below, WONDER WOMAN #2-24 are finally available in digital.  I don't need to tell you that even at a 99 cents sale, the price is still well above the original 75 cents cover price.  To its credit, there are no advertisements in the digital version.

    I'm also very unhappy at ComiXology iPad application, which crashes all the time (especially on first launch).  It's annoying, real comics don't crash when you open its pages.

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    WONDER WOMAN #7 (Aug 1987)
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    John Kirsner of Columbus, Ohio, has suggestions:

    Thanks for printing my first list of favorite covers! Here is a follow up on my picks for favorite covers during my second "wave" of collecting, from 1985 to 1989 (my prior list covered comics I'd collected as a kid to my early to mid-'70.

    1985-89 was a great time to be reading comics! As before, I've limited my selection to only those comics that I actually purchased new and have in my collection. I've tried not to pick the "usual suspects" issue as first issue and the like).

  • Wonder Woman #7 (Aug 87) and WW #10 (Nov 87): George Pérez. Thank you , George Pérez, thank you, thank you! Usually you see the cover to #1 reprinted or mentioned, but there were just so many other great covers during his run on WW. His penciling gives such depth to these covers. And they jumped off the shelf at Dave's Comics in Ann Arbor, Mich., where I picked up these comics.

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