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Saturday, December 7, 2013

The Top Wonder Woman Key Issues Part 4

Welcome to Part 4 of the top Wonder Woman Key issues list. If you haven't read the previous parts you can navigate your way below, as well as with the navigation links at the bottom of this page.

Wonder Woman #37
  • First appearance of Circe
Based on the Greek character of the same name, Circe in Wonder Woman mythos is a powerful witch and sorceress, specializing in illusions and transformation spells. Only a minor villain during the golden age, she would later become a formidable foe of Wonder Woman post Crisis.

ebay - One unslabbed copy found on ebay at a VG/FN 5.0. Just click the blue ebay link to be brought to the ebay search results for this issue.

ComicLink - Three lower grade unslabbed copies here. Highest is a VG-, low very good (3.5).

Wonder Woman #45
  • Origin retold

Wonder Woman and the Amazon's origin are retold in this issue. However, the Amazons being molded from clay as told in Wonder Woman #1 is left out in this issue. Just one of the many Wonder Woman key issues that retells her famous origin.

Wonder Woman #62
  • First appearance of Angle Andrews
This character would become an important villain for Wonder Woman. However, he was first introduced as Angle Andrews. Later this super villain would be known as Angle-Man. Be careful when searching for this Wonder Woman comic. There's also a 1977 Pizza Hut reprint and some do not list it as such.

Wonder Woman #70
  • First appearance of Angle Man

In this issue we see the first appearance of Angle Andrews as the well-known Angle Man. Although this is not a silver age issue, Wonder Woman comics had a lot of one-shot characters during the time. Angle-Man was one of the few re-occurring foes of Wonder Woman during the silver age. He was, however, created during the late golden age of DC Comics, as this issue was published in November 1954.

Wonder Woman #80
  • Origin of Invisible Plane

Who doesn't love origin stories, especially about an Invisible Plane? Well, although modern day Wonder Woman doesn't need the Invisible Plane, and this vehicle is becoming less and less used concerning the character today. Regardless, those from my generation still remember the Invisible Plane and it's become iconic to the character. This is one of the more notable Wonder Woman key comics to get. If you can locate a copy.

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