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WONDER WOMAN Diana Prince Celebrating The '60s Omnibus

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WONDER WOMAN Diana Prince Celebrating The '60s Omnibus

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Collects Wonder Woman #178-204, Lois Lane #93, Brave and the Bold #87, 105, 1968-73. Highly Recommended. By Dennis O'Neil, Robert Kanigher et al. Art by Mike Sekowsky & Dick Giordano et al. In these dynamic "new look" stories from the late 1960s, Wonder Woman leaves her super-powers behind to become an ultra-mod, globetrotting secret agent. With a new costume and a new attitude, Diana Prince fights crime like never before! These adventures have remained uncollected for years until this oversize omnibus edition! Includes several fine highly collectible covers by Jeff Jones and one by Neal Adams. Giordano is ideal inking Sekowsky's pencils, making these throwback stories a lot of fun, also known as WW's "white" era for her new white costume.

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In these dynamic "new look" stories from the late 1960s, Wonder Woman leaves her super-powers behind to become an ultra-mod, globetrotting secret agent. With a new costume and a new attitude, Diana Prince fights crime like never before! These adventures have remained uncollected for years until this oversize omnibus edition! Includes several fine highly collectible covers by Jeff Jones and one by Neal Adams. Giordano is ideal inking Sekowsky's pencils, making these throwback stories a lot of fun, also known as WW's "white" era for her new white costume.

At the end of the 1960s, under the guidance of Mike Sekowsky, Wonder Woman surrendered her powers in order to remain in Man's World rather than accompany her fellow Amazons to another dimension. Wonder Woman begins using the alias Diana Prince and opens a mod boutique. She acquires a Chinese mentor named I Ching, who teaches Diana martial arts and weapons skills.

Using her fighting skill instead of her powers, Diana engaged in adventures that encompassed a variety of genres, from espionage to mythology. This phase of her story was directly influenced by the British spy thriller "The Avengers" and Diana Rigg's portrayal of Emma Peel.

In the early 1970s the character returned to her superhero roots in the Justice League of America and to the World War II era in her own title. This includes the very beginning of that new era, where she gets back her costume and joins Batman in new adventures in the cross-over title, The Brave and the Bold.

No Wonder Woman collection is complete without this legendary part of her deep history. New Foreword by Kelly Sue DeConnick.

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Item Code WWDIAH
Publisher DC
Publish Date 2018
ISBN 9781401285296
Binding Hard Cover
Dimensions 7x11
# Pages 736pg
Color Full Color
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