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DC collects groundbreaking 'Wonder Woman' issues by George Perez

Official Press Release

[Wonder Woman Collection]In 1987, after completing work on the unforgettable maxiseries CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, George Pérez took on a new assignment as penciller and co-writer of DC Comics' most iconic heroine, Wonder Woman.

Now, DC embarks on a series of four trade paperbacks collecting the entire 24 issues pencilled by Pérez. The series kicks off in February with WONDER WOMAN: GODS AND MORTALS, a 192-page trade paperback collecting WONDER WOMAN #1-7. The first two of these issues were written by Pérez & Greg Potter, while the rest were written by Pérez and Len Wein. Art on all seven stories is by Pérez and Bruce Patterson.

[Wonder Woman Vol. 2, 1]Each volume of the series will feature a new cover by Pérez. GODS AND MORTALS will include an introduction by Pérez as well as a gallery of some of his rarely-seen WONDER WOMAN art.

"I'm thrilled to see these issues collected," says Pérez. "The series holds a fond place in my heart because of working with Karen Berger, Len Wein, Bruce Patterson and everyone else, not to mention getting my first taste of full creative control with a major character. There was lots of rich, fertile ground to till with Wonder Woman, and she was always fun to draw."

WONDER WOMAN: GODS AND MORTALS is a 192-page trade paperback, and will be solicited in the December issue of Previews (Volume XIII #12). It is scheduled to arrive in stores on February 18 with a cover price of $19.95 U.S.

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