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WONDER WOMAN: AMAZON / HERO / ICON (2nd Edition) (Apr 2015) Universe Publishing

cover:  Alex Ross
WONDER WOMAN: AMAZON / HERO / ICON (2nd Edition)
Date:  Apr 2015
Cover Price:  $19.99
Publisher: rizzoliusa.com

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2nd Edition - 1st printing. By Robert Greenberger. Foreword by George Perez. Cover by Alex Ross. Wonder Woman explores idiosyncratic creator William Moulton Marston's interest in ideas of a "new woman" for the twentieth century; costume and character story changes over the decades; the influence on all other female comic book characters since her inception; and how Wonder Woman is still powerful and relevant in today's comic book renaissance. The book contains more than 250 Wonder Woman illustrations, including covers, interior comic art, and sketch treatments, beginning with her inception in the early 1940s to present-day treatments of the character. Hardcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 208 pages, full color.

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    WONDER WOMAN: AMAZON / HERO / ICON (2nd Edition) (Apr 2015)
    Universe Publishing

    2nd Edition - 1st printing. By Robert Greenberger. Foreword by George Perez. Cover by Alex Ross. Wonder Woman explores idiosyncratic creator William Moulton Marston's interest in ideas of a "new woman" for the twentieth century; costume and character story changes over the decades; the influence on all other female comic book characters since her inception; and how Wonder Woman is still powerful and relevant in today's comic book renaissance. The book contains more than 250 Wonder Woman illustrations, including covers, interior comic art, and sketch treatments, beginning with her inception in the early 1940s to present-day treatments of the character. Hardcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 208 pages, full color.


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