Wonder Woman hits theaters this weekend, but if you need more Amazon action in your life, here are some of the best comics she has to offer!
WONDER WOMAN (New 52 #’s 0-35) by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang
Considered by many fans to be one of the best Wonder Woman comics of all time! Azzarello and Chiang’s entire run from beginning to end is a masterpiece. Diana is revealed to be the daughter of Zeus and Hippolyta, as she faces off against the entire pantheon of Greek gods: Hera, Poseidon, Hades, Apollo, Artemis, Strife, and of course Ares…
WONDER WOMAN: Year One (Vol 2: DC Rebirth) by Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott
In this modern retelling of Wonder Woman’s origins, Greg Rucka pits Diana and Steve Trevor against terrorists and the god of war himself! It’s a fish out of water story that’s both funny and emotional.
TRINITY by Francis Manapul and Clay Mann
Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman find themselves trapped by Poison Ivy in a mutual dream as the Black Mercy preys on their deepest desires and darkest fears…
THE LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN by Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon
Wonder Woman’s origin is retold, set against the backdrop of World War II! After becoming exiled from Themyscira in order to return save Steve Trevor, Diana teams up with Etta Candy to take on the forces of evil – and one titan bent on destroying the world of man.
WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette
Grant Morrison puts his own crazy twist on the Wonder Woman mythos! The story is worth a read, but the art is absolutely gorgeous.
WONDER WOMAN: Gods and Mortals by George Perez and Len Wein
George Perez’s revamp of Wonder Woman is often considered her quintessential origin. The story centers around Diana taking on Ares and the Cheetah!
ODYSSEY by J. Michael Straczynski and Don Kramer
J. Michael Straczynski’s wildly different take on Wonder Woman reintroduces her as an American teenager living on her own with no recollection of her past.
Eyes of the Gorgon by Greg Rucka
Wonder Woman vs Medusa! What more could you ask for?
Paradise Lost by Phil Jimenez
This is a collection of three stories, including: a Batman crossover, a civil war on Themyscira and an interview with Wonder Woman by Lois Lane!
The Circle (Wonder Woman #’s 14-17) by Gail Simone
Considered one of the best story arcs from Gail Simone’s stellar run. It’s got everything from talking gorillas to Wonder Woman punching neo-nazis!
Sensation Comics by Gail Simone / Various
This anthology series collects short stories by some of the best writers and artists in comics…
Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Collection Vol 1 by William Moulton Marston
This Omnibus collects Diana Prince’s earliest adventures, including: her first appearance in All-Star Comics #8, Sensation Comics #1-24, and Wonder Woman #1-7!