Wonder Woman v1 #1-100 (1942-1958)

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Wonder Woman v1 #1
The Origin of Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1942.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

To combat her rival god Ares, Aphrodite creates a race of Amazons and gives their leader Hippolyte a magic girdle to make them invincible. Ares sends Hercules to conquer the Amazons. Failing, Hercules uses trickery to steal the girdle and enslave the Amazons. Aphrodite frees them and retrieves the girdle. Then the Amazons settle on Paradise Island. Sometime later Queen Hippolyte moulds a human child from clay. Aphrodite gives the clay girl life as Princess Diana. Diana grows into a powerful Amazon, but when Steve Trevor’s plane crashes on Paradise Island, she falls in love with him. Diana wins a competition to determine, which Amazon will bring Trevor back to America. She leaves Paradise Island as Wonder Woman and remains there to aid the world.

Notas: 1st Appearance of Hercules; 1st appearance of Mars; Origin of Wonder Woman. This story retells and expands upon the origin of the Amazons and Wonder Woman. Several details are different from the earlier version including: Wonder Woman gets her magic lasso before leaving Paradise Island in this story, but she originally did not receive it until the first story of Sensation Comics #6; Steve Trevor receives a promotion to Major after returning from Paradise Island, but originally he did not receive it until the first story of Sensation Comics #6; and Wonder Woman’s birth from molded clay is revealed.


Wonder Woman v1 #1/2
Wonder Woman Goes to the Circus
Fecha: 1942.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Diana Prince and Steve Trevor visit the King Circus. They find that the circus elephants are being poisoned. Steve suspects some racketeers who have been threatening the show. While Steve follows them, Wonder Woman discovers some Burmese men, that are acting as the animal keepers are responsible. She exposes the leader as a Japanese spy and helps the circus raise money for the war effort.


Wonder Woman v1 #1/3
The Master Plan of Paula Von Gunther / Wonder Woman Versus the Prison Spy Ring
Fecha: 1942.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Steve Trevor and Diana Prince visit the prison to question Paula Von Gunther about Axis spies. The warden’s son Freddy finds Wonder Woman’s magic lasso in Diana’s suitcase and takes it. Later, Von Gunther sees the boy playing with the lasso and has a guard take it. She then uses the lasso to extract information from soldiers. When the prison guard is killed, Wonder Woman is suspected. She allows herself to be thrown in prison to expose Von Gunther’s spy ring run from the prison. Freddy helps Wonder Woman get her lasso back and stop Von Gunther.


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The Greatest Feat of Daring in Human History
Fecha: 1942.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Etta Candy visits her brother Mint in Texas who was recently attacked by spies. While on their ranch with Diana Prince, Etta and Mint discover Pepita Valdez trapped in a mine. Mint rescues her, but she is a spy and coerces information from him. Wonder Woman and Etta pursue Pepita and her partner Pancho, while Steve Trevor learns of a Japanese base in Mexico. Wonder Woman finds Pepita and learns that she is aiding the Japanese to save her father. The Amazon helps her, then she forces the Japanese base commander to surrender.


Wonder Woman v1 #2
The Tournament of Slaves / The God of War
Fecha: 1942.10| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Steve Trevor is taken prisoner by the war god Mars. Wonder Woman infiltrates the planet Mars as a slave girl and rescues Trevor. Mars is angered and sends his three generals to Earth to retrieve Wonder Woman and Trevor. The Earl of Greed is the first to attempt capturing Wonder Woman. He manipulates Hitler and the Nazis as well as a baseball team owner, but Wonder Woman defeats him and forces him to return emptyhanded. The Duke of Deception works with the Japanese to capture his foe. Wonder Woman is caught temporarily by Naha, one of the Duke’s agents, but she escapes and humiliates Deception. The final attempt to capture Wonder Woman is made by the Count of Conquest. He utilizes a handsome Italian man to trick the Amazon and capture her. They chain her bracelets together, leaving her weak, then bring her back to Mars. Wonder Woman summons Etta Candy to help her snap the chains, then she defeats Mars and his men.

Notas: 1st Appearance of The Duke of Deception; Fall 1942


Wonder Woman v1 #3
A Spy on Paradise Island
Fecha: 1943.03| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Baroness Von Gunther escapes jail and sends a spy back to Paradise Island when Wonder Woman visits her people. The spy, Keela, steals the magic girdle and summons the Baroness with a Japanese fleet to attack the island. Wonder Woman is able to take the girdle back and with the help of the Amazons defeat the fleet. Von Gunther is captured and sent to an Amazon prison on a small island.


Wonder Woman v1 #3/2
The Devilish Devices of Baroness Von Gunther
Fecha: 1943.03| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Paula Von Gunther escapes from the prison isle near Paradise Island using a device which allows her to become invisible. Using other devices and tricks she hypnotizes Steve Trevor into becoming her agent. Wonder Woman pretends to be overcome by the Baroness in order to learn her plans, but Von Gunther succeeds in brainwashing the Amazon Princess as well. Etta Candy is able to break Trevor of the spell, and together they rescue Wonder Woman from the Baroness’s clutches.


Wonder Woman v1 #3/3
The Secret of Baroness Von Gunther
Fecha: 1943.03| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman recaptures Baroness Von Gunther and returns her to Mala on the reform island. Mala is able to gain the trust of Von Gunther’s slave girls, converting them to her will. Wonder Woman and Etta Candy then travel to Austria to rescue the Baroness’s daughter Gerta. They succeed, and the grateful Von Gunther vows allegiance to Wonder Woman.


Wonder Woman v1 #3/4
Ordeal of Fire
Fecha: 1943.03| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman returns the America with the newly reformed Paula Von Gunther to stop a factory explosion. They are too late, but together they rescue the victims. Paula is badly injured in the fire, but Wonder Woman creates a special ointment to save her. Von Gunther then stands trial for her crimes. Wonder Woman acts as her attorney and using an insanity plea, she is acquitted. Then Wonder Woman takes Paula to Paradise Island and Aphrodite restores Paula’s appearance. She vows to align herself only with good from now on, and Wonder Woman is given responsibility for her.


Wonder Woman v1 #4
Man-Hating Madness
Fecha: 1943.05| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman meets a chinese girl, Mae Wu, with whip scars caused by Japanese soldiers. The girl wants to remove the scars, but spies kill her before she can have the operation. Wonder Woman brings her body to Paradise Island where Paula Von Gunther restores her to life. Wonder Woman, Paula, and Mae return to the Man’s World and visit China. After discovering the marks on Mae’s back are a code to relay secret information to Japanese spies, Wonder Woman fights to get a list of all Japanese spies in America. She obtains the list with the help of Paula and uses it to round up the spies, who planned to release a gnats that would drive American women to turn on their men.


Wonder Woman v1 #4/2
Mole Men of the Underworld)
Fecha: 1943.05| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Mole Men from the underworld break through to the surface in Washington. They take women captives as slaves to work for them underground. Wonder Woman and Paula allow themselves to be captured and are able to start a slave revolt. The blind mole men are unwilling to reach a peace accord with the women, until Wonder Woman is able to restore their sight. Blakfu the king is so impressed with the slave girl Calla, that he agrees to make her his queen and cooperate with the women.


Wonder Woman v1 #4/3
The Rubber Barons)
Fecha: 1943.05| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

A group of rubber manufacturers refuse to give their formulas to the government for the war effort. Army Intelligence tries to retrieve the formulas from the safe of Ivar Torgson, but the tycoon destroys them first. Wonder Woman and Paula Von Gunther capture the rubber tycoons and attempt to reform them. The reformation process appears to work as they make Torgson to submit to his assistant Elva Dove. However Elva is not strong enough to hold him, so Paula makes them submit to Wonder Woman. The Amazon then retrieves the rubber formulas from the men and takes Elva back to Reform Island.


Wonder Woman v1 #4/4
The Treachery of Mavis)
Fecha: 1943.05| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman returns to Paradise Island with Paula who has passed Aphrodite’s tests and will be initiated as an Amazon. Mavis, a former slave of Paula’s stows away on the trip and kidnaps Paula’s daughter Gerta. Wonder Woman tracks down Mavis and rescues Gerta. She then turns Mavis over to Mala on Reform Island.


Wonder Woman v1 #5
Battle for Womanhood
Fecha: 1943.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Mars, the god of war, is infuriated that women are assisting the allies in the war effort. He orders his leiutenants to take action in order to return the women to their homes. The Duke of Deception contacts his pawn, Doctor Psycho to help achieve their goal. Using his submissive wife Marva as a medium, Doctor Psycho learns to control ectoplasm and mold it into new bodies for himself. He then goes on a speaking tour as George Washington, claiming women should stop working at factories and return to their homes. Using his abilities Doctor Psycho creates several acts of sabotage and frames women. Steve Trevor is suspicious, so he investigates Psycho, only to be captured. Wonder Woman is also captured, but the timely arrival of the Holliday Girls allows her to escape and defeat Doctor Psycho.

Notas: 1st Appearance of Doctor Psycho


Wonder Woman v1 #5/2
Etta Candy and Her Holliday Girls
Fecha: 1943.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Etta Candy’s birthday is interrupted by a toothache. Wonder Woman suggests that Etta visit a dentist. On the way, Etta becomes lost and stumbles upon some crooks. Though she just wants to leave and find the dentist, Etta winds up fighting and defeating the crooks. In the scuffle, Etta’s sore tooth is knocked out, so she returns to the party.


Wonder Woman v1 #5/3
Mars Invade the Moon
Fecha: 1943.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Mars punishes the Duke of Deception for his failure with Doctor Psycho by making him a slave. Deception rallies the slave to his cause and together they overthrow Mars. Mars is released from his cell by the Earl of Greed, then goes to Earth to capture Wonder Woman. Mars first takes over the moon by drugging the goddess Diana and gaining control of her nymphs. Then he captures Steve Trevor and Etta Candy, luring Wonder Woman into a trap. Etta creates a diversion, allowing Wonder Woman to revive Diana and escape. She then defeats Mars and releases the rest of his prisoners.


Wonder Woman v1 #5/4
The Return of Dr. Psycho
Fecha: 1943.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Doctor Psyhco escapes jail by creating a duplicate of himself out of ectoplasm. When the guards discover the duplicate is dead, they bury it believing it is the real villain. Free from jail, Psycho tries to kill Steve Trevor disguised as Buenos Noches. Diana Prince saves Steve, but his secretary Lila is killed. Wonder Woman then digs up Psycho’s grave only to find it empty. Psycho surprises her from behind and buries Wonder Woman. She awakens later when Etta breaks Psycho’s control over Joan White, his former secretary, who was functioning as his medium. Wonder Woman digs free, then recaptures Dr. Psycho.


Wonder Woman v1 #6
Wonder Woman and the Cheetah
Fecha: 1943.10| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman performs at a charity event where she meets Priscilla Rich. Priscilla becomes extremely jealous of the Amazon. In a jealous rage, her mind snaps, causing her to don a costume and become the Cheetah. The Cheetah steals the charity money, then uses it to frame Wonder Woman and the charity organizer, Courtley Darling. Wonder Woman turns herself in to the police, but is bailed out by a mystery woman. The Amazon and Darling go to meet the woman, who turns out to be the Cheetah, and fall into a trap. Wonder Woman escapes with the help of Steve Trevor and Etta Candy. Cheetah appears to die in a fire, though Wonder Woman suspects the Cheetah’s real identity.

Notas: 1st Appearance of Cheetah I (Priscilla Rich); Fall 1943


Wonder Woman v1 #6/2
The Adventure of the Beauty Club
Fecha: 1943.10| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Diana Prince is lured to a beauty club where a blindfolded girl attempts to learn secrets by reading her mind. As Wonder Woman, Diana catches the girl and learns that she was forced to do the bidding of the Cheetah. Other military secrets have been stolen at the club from officers’ wives. Wonder Woman learns that the secret location of an American base has been sold to the Japanese. She flies to the Pacific to stop the Japanese attack on the base. She allows the Japs to capture her, then tricks them into thinking the base doesn’t exist. Finally, Wonder Woman escapes from custody and returns to America, having successfully protected America’s interests in the Pacific.


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The Conquest of Paradise
Fecha: 1943.10| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman meets the challenge of Sgt. Doot who believes Amazon strength is a fraud. A team of female olympic athletes is sent to Paradise Island to compete against Paula’s former slave girls, now prisoners receiving Amazon training. Cheetah disguises herself as athlete Kay Carlton and infiltrates the group as does Gail Young who warns Wonder Woman of the Cheetah’s presence. The Amazon prisoners easily defeat the olympic athlete, except for Kay who cheats to win. Kay, really the Cheetah, then steals the magic girdle from Hippolyte and uses it to battle Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman successfully defeats Cheetah in combat, then rescues her mother whom the Cheetah has held captive. Using her magic lasso, Wonder Woman discovers the Cheetah’s true identity and leaves her on Paradise Island in hopes that she can be reformed.


Wonder Woman v1 #7
The Adventures of the Life Vitamin
Fecha: 1944.01| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman visits her mother on Paradise Island. Hippolyte shows her daughter the future via the Magic Sphere. The Magic Sphere forecasts that Wonder Woman and Etta Candy will discover a life vitamin that will extend human life and can restore youth. Using the vitamins Wonder Woman and her friends live to the year 3000 where a woman serves as president. Wonder Woman still acts as a champion for justice, as she protects the president from a revolution by the Man’s Party.

Notas: The events in this story are forecasts of the future made by the Magic Sphere.


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America’s Wonder Women of Tomorrow
Fecha: 1944.01| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman continues to view the future with the Magic Sphere. In the year 3004 Steve Trevor is nominated for president by the Man’s Party. Sensing the corruption of his supporters, Diana Prince and Etta Candy run against him. Trevor’s supporters led by Professor Manly rig the election in his favor. Steve learns about the election tampering and confronts Manly, who then jails Steve. Wonder Woman comes to his rescue and proves the election results were tampered with. As a result Diana Prince is sworn in as president.


Wonder Woman v1 #7/3
The Secret Weapon
Fecha: 1944.01| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

In the year 3700, Primal Island has been overthrown by tyrant Andra Moteeva. Wonder Woman is captured by her troops, but the Amazon escapes. She then rallies a group to take back the island armed with rings that deliver muscle relaxers. Andra is defeated and peace is restored.


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Demon of the Depths
Fecha: 1944.01| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

As the Amazons prepare for the Harvest Festival, Wonder Woman notices that Paula’s daughter Gerta was become willful. She uses the Magic Sphere and learns that Gerta will grow up to be evil like her mother. During the festival, Gerta competes with other girls. When she finishes tied with another girl, she seeks to prove herself by diving in a forbidden area. Wonder Woman and Paula rescue her, then Wonder Woman recommends that Paula take her back to the Man’s World, so that she can change the child’s destiny.


Wonder Woman v1 #8
Queen Clea’s Tournament of Death
Fecha: 1944.04| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Steve Trevor tracks down the pieces of a missing formula in Europe. The last piece is delivered to him by Eeras, queen of Aurania, a nation from Atlantis. Steve and Eeras begin their return to America, but stop first in Atlantis. The plane runs out of fuel, and the two occupants are captured by Eeras’s enemies the Venturians. Before his plane goes down, Steve radioed a message to Wonder Woman. She locates the entrance to Atlantis and meets the Venturians. She feigns weakness, allowing herself to be captured in order to find Steve. The Venturian Queen Clea forces Steve to fight for his life in an arena. Wonder Woman protects him, while Eeras uses the secret formula to knock the Venturians unconscious. Wonder Woman and Steve then return with the formula to America.


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The Girl with the Iron Mask
Fecha: 1944.04| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Ellie Paxton visits the office of military intelligence looking for Wonder Woman. She explains that her father was reported missing at sea. Another sailor claims to have seen women emerge from a volcano and capture Paxton’s ship carrying prisoners of war. The sailor’s story is dismissed as fantasy, but Wonder Woman suspects the Venturians are responsible. Wonder Woman with the Holliday Girls enters Atlantis and meets Queen Eeras again. The Venturian queen is still held captive in an iron mask. Wonder Woman proves that the captive is really an imposter, Ptra, Clea’s daughter. Clea has escaped and raided the Man’s World for soldiers. Clea leads an army of Nazi prisoners of war against Eeras and the Auranians. Wonder Woman falls victim to the devitamizer and is captured. She later escapes and rescues the american soldiers with the help of the Holliday Girls. Steve arrives with reinforcements, and Clea is once again defeated. Wonder Woman takes Clea and Ptra to Mala for reformation.


Wonder Woman v1 #8/3
The Captive Queen
Fecha: 1944.04| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Octavia, the daughter of Queen Eeras, follows Wonder Woman to the Man’s World to learn courage and wisdom. Though she is strong, Octavia lacks control. Wonder Woman takes her to Paradise Island to learn. When Octavia is forced to battle Queen Clea in a training exercise, Clea cheats and knocks out both Octavia and Wonder Woman. Clea escapes with her two captives and returns to Atlantis. The manlings of Venturia have taken over the country, forcing all women into servitude. Octavia and Wonder Woman break free and stop the men from sealing off the entrance to Atlantis. Steve and the Holliday Girls then join forces with Wonder Woman and the Auranians to defeat the men. Clea is once again taken prisoner, and Octavia is installed as ruler of Venturia.


Wonder Woman v1 #9
Evolution Goes Haywire
Fecha: 1944.07| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

A female gorilla named Giganta kidnaps Steve Trevor’s niece Dotsie. Wonder Woman rescues Dotsie, then the gorilla is subjected to Professor Zool’s evolution experiments. Giganta is transformed into a human with a primitive brain. An accident with the evolutionizer causes, Wonder Woman, Giganta, Zool, Steve Trevor, and the Holliday Girls to be thrown back to the time of cave men, and they begin exhibiting primitive behavior. Giganta joins a race of tree men in battling Wonder Woman. The Amazon successful protects her friends and reactivates the evolutionizer. This time the machine throws the time travelers into a Golden Age where peace exists. Giganta helps to start a rebellion by the lower classes bringing an end to the Golden Age. Wonder Woman activates the evolutionizer again and finds herself in ancient Greece. She meets her mother and the Amazons years before she was born. Wonder Woman defeats Achilles, then she and the other time travellers return to their own time.


Wonder Woman v1 #10
Spies from Saturn
Fecha: 1944.10| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman discovers a spy from Saturn named Mephisto Saturno. The spy captures Diana Prince, but she escapes. Together Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls confront the Saturnians, learning that they are preparing to invade Earth. Wonder Woman captures Saturno and destroys their ship. Saturno is sent to prison, but he escapes by releasing a gas which puts men to sleep. He captures Steve Trevor and uses him to force Wonder Woman’s surrender. He takes the prisoners back to Saturn to become slaves. Once again, Wonder Woman prevails and stops the invasion. She returns to Earth, but her boots are left behind of Saturn. Wonder Woman gets a new set of boots made back on Earth. However, Saturno’s agent switches them with boots that knock out the Amazon. Once again she is taken prisoner along with Etta and one of the Holliday Girls. Steve flies to Saturn to rescue her, but Wonder Woman has already beaten Saturno. She then negotiates a trade agreement with Saturn which brings peace to both planets.


Wonder Woman v1 #11
The Slaves of the Evil Eye
Fecha: 1945.01| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), William Moulton Marston  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman witnesses a woman stealing plans from Steve’s office. Though she is unable to catch the thief, Wonder Woman is able to track her to a stage show featuring Hypnota. The Amazon deduces that Hypnota has hypnotized Steve to aid in the theft. When Wonder Woman tries to capture Hypnota, the hypnotist escapes, leaving her assistant Serva behind. Serva tells Wonder Woman that she was made a hypnotized pawn by Hypnota. The Amazon leaves Serva in the care of the Holliday Girls after Hypnota goes after Serva again. Hypnota then tries to kill the Holliday Girls. Wonder Woman saves everyone, but once again Hypnota escapes. Next Hypnota strikes at the ambassador from Saturn who is trying to stop slave smuggling operations. Wonder Woman believes that Hypnota is the leader of the smugglers. Serva leads Wonder Woman into a trap. Wonder Woman finally learns that Hypnota is really Serva’s twin and has been switching places the entire time. With this knowledge Wonder Woman is finally able to stop Hypnota.

Notas: Debut de Dean Sourpuss (dean of Holliday College)


Wonder Woman v1 #12
The Winged Maidens of Venus
Fecha: 1945.04| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman uses her earrings with the power of magnetic hearing to contact Queen Desira of Venus. She learns that a group of munitions manufacturers are plotting to start a third world war. Diana Prince is taken prisoner by one of their agents who is posing as Steve’s secretary. Diana manages to get free and stop the conspirators as Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman turns the plotters over to Desira for reformation. She sends them to Venus using a teleporter in Paula’s lab. Later, two Holliday Girl pledges accidentally activate the teleporter. One of the girls is sent to Venus, then releases a conspirator named Velma. Wonder Woman goes back to Venus to stop an uprising led by Velma. She then brings the female villain back to Earth. Velma escapes again, this time with the help of her boyfriend Killer Dogan. Velma and Dogan raid Paula’s lab and send their gang to Venus to conquer. Wonder Woman and Paula are taken prisoner too. Queen Desira is forced to surrender, but Velma unleashes a bomb anyway. Wonder Woman frees herself and with the help of Paula, Queen Desira, and the other Venusians, Velma is stopped. The conspirators are then placed in Aphrodite girdles which force them to be submissive. The girdles are welded on until such time as the crooks prove that they have fully reformed.


Wonder Woman v1 #13
The Icebound Maidens
Fecha: 1945.07| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

After helping teach a group of young girls on Paradise Island, Wonder Woman is enlisted by Aphrodite to help the women of Eveland. The women live in a hidden land near the South Pole and are led by Eve, the daughter of Queen Desira of Venus. Eve’s daughter Lectress has been kidnapped by the evil Seal Men. Wonder Woman vows to rescue Eve and several other captives. Wonder Woman invades Bitterland, the home of the Seal Men and rescues the women. Lectress then stows away in Wonder Woman’s plane and returns to America. There she joins the Holliday Girls. However, Eve contacts Wonder Woman when her daughter is found missing. Wonder Woman returns to Eveland and rescues Eve from Bitterland. However, Lectress still does not reveal herself and return to her mother. The Seal Men then threaten to flood Eveland, so Wonder Woman is forced to surrender. She uses her own captivity to infiltrate Bitterland and rescue other captives. Finally the Seal Men make peace with Eveland, and Lectress returns home.


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Captured By Leprechauns
Fecha: 1945.10| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

While pursuing a killer through a wooded area with Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor, Etta Candy has a squirrel steal her last piece of candy. Etta follows the squirrel into a hole where she discovers a leprechaun. Etta then forces the leprechaun to return her candy. Wonder Woman follows Etta down the hole and distracts her. The leprechaun then escapes, but gets even with Etta by giving her rheumatism. While Wonder Woman helps Etta, the leprechauns steal her lasso. They use it to take the girls prisoner, while Steve catches up to the killer in an underground tunnel. When Steve is buried in a landslide, Wonder Woman comes to his aid, then Steve unties her. Wonder Woman makes peace with the leprechauns, who soon discover that the killer has stolen their golden hammers. The killer then enters the magical Shamrock Land where he enchants Princess Elaine. Wonder Woman follows and stops the killer from stealing the princess’s jewels. The killer is then turned over to the fairies for punishment. Wonder Woman then performs for the people of Shamrock Land. She inadvertently helps to release the killer from a moonbeam prison, losing her memory in the process. The killer then uses magic darts to influence the princess and become Prime Minister. A revolt ensues with Steve and Timothy O’Rourke leading the resistance. Etta and the leprechauns help restore Wonder Woman’s memory, then she finally defeats the killer.


Wonder Woman v1 #15
The First Battle of Neptunia
Fecha: 1946.01| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

In a strange astrological incident a portion of the planet Neptune is broken off and lands on Earth. A team of american military officers are joined by Wonder Woman to investigate the new continent of Neptunia. The inhabitants of Neptunia, known as Masters, try to fight but Wonder Woman defeats them. Wonder Woman tries to negotiate a peaceful settlement with the Neptunias. Her efforts fail when Solo, the Master of Masters, breaks free and captures Wonder Woman with her own lasso. With the help of the Holliday Girls, Wonder Woman escapes and forces the Neptunians to surrender. The Masters sign a treaty with America, but they ban all women from entering their country. Suspecting treachery, Wonder Woman goes undercover disguised as a tigeape. She uncovers a plot to force Earth from its orbit where it will be taken to Neptune as a moon. Wonder Woman stops the Neptunians. Later, a female government is placed in charge of Neptunia to prevent future incidents.


Wonder Woman v1 #16
The Secret of the Dark Planet
Fecha: 1946.04| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

King Pluto, the mythological lord of the underworld, kidnaps Lorrie, a Holliday Girl. While Wonder Woman learns about Pluto from her mother, the other Holliday Girls accidentally launch an experimental rocket ship into space. Wonder Woman is called to rescue the girls. She manages to catch the ship as it is blasting off, but she is carried into space also. Wonder Woman and the girls soon arrive on Pluto. As they begin to seek out Lorrie, Wonder Woman and the girls are separated from their Earthly bodies and exist only as colored bodies. They are soon captured by Pluto, but Wonder Woman prevails. She rescues Lorrie and restores everyone to their natural bodies. However, their ship will not take off for the return trip. Wonder Woman goes back to Earth on her own to bring back a dynamo to power the ship. Meanwhile, Pluto has also returned to Earth where he kidnaps Steve Trevor. Using Steve as a hostage, he forces Wonder Woman to surrender. Wonder Woman then uses the dynamo to power Pluto’s castle. While Pluto is distracted she and Steve escape with the girls and return to Earth.


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The Winds of Time
Fecha: 1946.06| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

The Holliday Girls enlist Wonder Woman to help their friend Dr. Lana Kurree. Dr. Kurree has invented a cure for cancer, but during an unauthorized test of the new drug, a man was killed. Lana fears she will be blamed for murder, and her boyfriend Carl Ambishun wants her to sign over the rights to the drug to save herself. Wonder Woman tries to convince Lana not to sign over the rights, since she believes Carl is a crook. Lana, however, trusts Carl. The Holliday Girls then take Lana atop a mountain to clear her mind. However, the magical winds of time carry Lana and the girls into the past. Lana then relives events during Roman times which mirror her current plight. Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor come to the rescue, but Lana still trusts Carl. After the trip to Rome, Lana is then wisked away to the american frontier where once again events parallel her present day situation. This time Wonder Woman is able to show Lana that she should trust herself rather than her fiancee. When Lana returns to the present, Carl frames her for murder and captures the Holliday Girls. Wonder Woman manages to rescue the girls, find proof against Carl, and exonerate Lana.


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The Return from the Dead
Fecha: 1946.08| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Dr. Psycho escapes from prison by faking his own death. Then, disguised as Wonder Woman, he steal a new War-Prevento Machine from Military Intelligence. The real Wonder Woman tracks down Dr. Psycho and retrieves the machine. Wonder Woman then locates Psycho’s former wife Marva, whom the master criminal is using to generate his ectoplasm disguises. Psycho sets a trap for the Amazon and her friends. Wonder Woman narrowly escapes from danger and helps Marva free herself from Psycho’s influence. Without Marva to act as his medium, Psycho allows himself to be sent back to prison. Once inside, he contacts Joan White, his former secretary, whom he can also use to create ectoplasm. Psycho escapes again, then courts Etta Candy, intending to use her against Wonder Woman. However, Oscar Sweetgulper, Etta’s other suitor, blows Psycho’s cover. Wonder Woman then defeats Psycho and sends Joan to Reform Island, beyond the influence of Dr. Psycho.


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Invisible Terror
Fecha: 1946.10| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Many of the U.S. military’s top officers are suddenly struck down by an invisible death ray. Etta Candy informs Wonder Woman that Admiral Seagoer was killed. One the the new Holliday girls, the giantess Marya, was near the admiral and has disappeared. Wonder Woman investigates and finds Marya trapped aboard a submarine piloted by Nazi war criminals. Wonder Woman rescues Marya and traces the Nazis to Africa. Wonder Woman and Marya encounter a tribe of African natives, the Meanugs, who have allied themselves with the Nazis. They rescue a group of slaves, the Zoogoos, who are being used to power the death ray. Wonder Woman is briefly captured by a tribal witchdoctor, but Steve Trevor and Marya help her escape. Wonder Woman and Marya then track down the Nazi base, while Steve arranges reinforcements. Wonder Woman is taken prisoner by the Nazi leader and forced to power the death ray to target Steve. Steve escapes the death ray, then Wonder Woman breaks free. With Marya’s help, Wonder Woman battles the Nazis until Steve’s plane arrives with help. The Nazis are defeated, ending the death ray threat.

Notas: Nazis symbols


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Terrors of the Air
Fecha: 1946.12| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

A female pirate known as Nifty infiltrates Holliday College. She kidnaps Professor Chemico who has learned the secrets of atomic energy. Etta Candy, the Holliday Girls and Steve Trevor are also captured. Wonder Woman rescues them and captures the pirates. However, Nifty unknowingly summons a strange monster that takes Wonder Woman and the pirates back in time. Steve and the Holliday Girls follow Wonder Woman back to the 18th century with the help of Paula. The pirate gang is now operating at sea. Once again, Wonder Woman defeats the pirates, but the monster appears again, taking the entire group back to the age of Rome. In Rome, the Holliday Girls are turned into slaves, while Wonder Woman meets Julius Caesar. The Amazon tries to retrieve the girls, but is also captured. Steve leads the Romans against the pirates and frees the Amazon. This time when the pirates are defeated, Nifty surrenders. With her desire for revenge gone, the monster does not return. Wonder Woman then promises to take the girl to Reform Island for rehabilitation.


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The Mystery of the Atom World
Fecha: 1947.02| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Following the test detonation of an atom bomb, a small uranium microverse is created. Wonder Woman takes the atomic universe back to Paula’s laboratory. Under the microscope, Wonder Woman discovers that the protons are women ruled by Queen Atomia, and that the neutrons are slave robots. Atomia causes Wonder Woman and her friends to shrink to microscopic size. The Neutrons then take them prisoner. Wonder Woman is able to take control of the robots and escape. Atomia then causes the atomic universe to attack a small island. Wonder Woman rescues the people, then she uses Gerta’s enlarging ray to bring Atomia to normal size. Wonder Woman takes Atomia to Reform Island, where after a couple of escape attempts, Atomia is reformed with the help of a magic girdle. Queen Atomia is then sent back to her atomic universe which will never attack Earth again.


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The Color Thief
Fecha: 1947.04| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman visits Hollywood as a consultant for an amazon movie. Actress Tempra Menta is struck by a strange condition which removes the color from her face. Make-up artist Kosmet claims to have the cure and charges Tempra a fee for it. Soon many actresses are struck with the condition, resulting in a fortune for Kosmet. The state attorney general suspects that Kosmet is causing the plague. He blames Wonder Woman for recommending that Tempra try the cure in the first place, so he puts the Amazon in jail. Etta and the Holliday Girls are then forced to investigate Kosmet alone. They fall into a trap which causes Wonder Woman to escape jail to save them. When the Amazon is also caught, she summons Steve Trevor and together they defeat Kosmet. Then those affected by Kosmet’s plague are cured.


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The Island of Evil
Fecha: 1947.04| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Army intelligence is alarmed by Dr. Vulture, an international affairs expert who seems determined to lead the country into war. Steve Trevor and General Darnell infiltrate Vulture’s group, but are soon captured. Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls follow, but they are also captured by invisible men. Wonder Woman is forced to deliver a message to army intelligence demanding that the U.S. withdraw from the United Nations. Wonder Woman delivers the message, though she knows that the government will not give in. She then returns to the island where she discovers that the invisible men are part of Saturno’s alien group from Saturn. Her will power allows Wonder Woman to see her foes and overcome them. With her efforts the country avoids entering another war.


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Jealousy Visits the Winged Women of Venus
Fecha: 1947.04| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

The Holliday Girls help Professor Astronimo complete an unmanned rocket to Venus. Gell Osey, a Holliday Girl pledge, is jealous that she is not allowed to participate. In order to be a part of the launch, Gell stows away inside the rocket. Her added weight causes the ship to crash on Venus. Wonder Woman visits Paula and is transported to Venus to rescue Gell. While awaiting their return to Earth, Wonder Woman leave Gell in Queen Desira’s training school to cure her jealous behavior. Instead of reforming, Gell starts a revolt with the other prisoners. Wonder Woman stops the revolt, then takes Gell back to Earth where she is sent to Reform Island.

Notas: Professor Astronimo (first appearance


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Siege of the Savage War Maidens
Fecha: 1947.06| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman receives a summons for help from Paradise Island when several Amazons are abducted. She flies to Paradise Island with the Holliday Girls to investigate. Wonder Woman suspects that Valkyries have kidnapped the amazon girls, so she uses herself as bait for them. Her plan works, and she is abducted along with the Holliday Girls. Wonder Woman and the girls are taken to Odin’s palace where he plans to turn them into Valkyries. Wonder Woman summons Steve Trevor who is able to rescue Odin’s other prisoners. The distraction allows Wonder Woman to escape and capture the real Valkyries. She takes them to Reform Island for punishment, then has Aphrodite remove the spell which caused her and her friends to sprout Valkyrie wings.


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The Vanishing Mummy
Fecha: 1947.06| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman joins the Holliday Girls on a search for their lost college professor Chemico. The search leads to Egypt where Chemico was investigating the tomb of Aknaten. Wonder Woman soon discovers that Aknaten’s mummy is missing. She is then attacked by ghosts. Wonder Woman and the girls are captured by Egyptians who turn out to be servants of Aknaten. The ancient ruler still lives is using mind control to make Chemico create a deadly gas that will enable him to take over the world. With the aid of Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman stops Aknaten and frees Chemico from his influence. Defeated, the pharaoh then disappears along with his slaves.


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Wonder Woman and the Coming of the Kangas
Fecha: 1947.06| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

The Holliday Girls visit Paradise Island where Hippolyte shows them pictures on Diana’s youth. On one such occasion Paradise Island was attacked by aliens riding sky kangas. Hippolyte was captured and told to make the other Amazons surrender. While she refused, young Diana single-handedly attacked the invaders and freed her mother. Together with the other Amazons they then overcame the Sky Riders who were allowed to stay and be rehabilitated.

Notas: Most of this story is a flashback to Wonder Woman’s childhood. Her age is stated as 7 years old.


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Tutine, The Tutor of Destruction
Fecha: 1947.08| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman presents awards to the Central High School seniors that scored the best on their exams. One student Ezy Waye scored perfect on his test, though some are suspicious that he has cheated. A racketeers named Tutine decides to use Waye to promote his phony tutoring school. He forces Waye to cheat on another test, hoping that other students will enroll in his school after Waye’s success. Wonder Woman discovers proof that Waye cheated on the first test. She confronts Tutine, but is captured by his gang. Steve Trevor helps Wonder Woman escape and shut down Tutine’s gang. Ezy then admits that he cheated and apologizes.


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The Challenge of the Mask
Fecha: 1947.08| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman rescues a female pilot from a plane crash. The girl then runs away before she can be identified. Wonder Woman finds a purse inside the plane which leads her to the home of Nina Close, the wife of Brutus, a big game hunter. Nina is upset at her husband, but Wonder Woman doesn’t get involved. Later, Diana Prince receives a call from Nina. She returns to the house to discover that Brutus has been placed in a locked mask that will poison him if taken off without unlocking it. Nina claims that a woman named the Mask put him in the mask and is demanding a ransom. Wonder Woman tries to intercept the ransom payoff, only to discover that the Mask has stolen her invisible plane. The villain then kidnaps Brutus and the Holliday Girls. Wonder Woman comes to the rescue and exposes the Mask as Nina. The woman had suffered a breakdown, so her husband sends her to an institution for treatment.


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The Curse of Montezuma
Fecha: 1947.08| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

In the year 1519, Spanish conquistadors led by Hernando Cortez steal the treasure of Aztec ruler Montezuma. The Aztec’s life is saved by Hippolyte who witnesses his need on her magic sphere. Cortez flees with the treasure, but his galleon is sunk. Over 400 years later, on a return to Paradise Island Wonder Woman rescues Azta the descendant of Montezuma, who is still trying to recover the lost treasure. Wonder Woman helps Azta locate the treasure, but they are attacked by undersea pirates. With the help of Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman stops the pirates and retrieves the lost treasure for Azta.


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Siege of the Rykornians
Fecha: 1947.10| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Etta Candy and the Holliday Girls join Wonder Woman on Paradise Island for a festival. While riding a sky kanga, Etta falls onto a planetoid hidden in the clouds. The planetoid is inhabited by plant people called Rykornians who want to invade Earth. Etta summons Wonder Woman for help. Two Rykornians then sneak aboard the Amazon’s invisible plane and return to Earth with the humans. Then using special Rykornians seeds planted in fertile Earth soil, the Rykornians quickly grow an army. The Rykornian plants are impervious to Earth weapons and soon the invasion is begun. Wonder Woman’s friends are all captured by the Rykornians and put to work as slaves, planting new crops. The Amazon visits Paula’s laboratory where they construct a machine capable of destroying the alien plants. Wonder Woman then uses the machines to thwart the invasion. The remaining Rykornians are then send back to their home in the sky.


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Who’ll Adopt Teasy?
Fecha: 1947.10| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman joins Myrna Dearfield on a trip to the orphanage where Myrna adopts young Thomas Zenophan Yerxes (T.Z.Y.), nicknamed Teasy. Myrna’s husband is an atomic scientist who has created a new secret formula which he gives to his wife for safe keeping. She puts the formula into a safe, for which Teasy sees the combination. Later, when Teasy’s official adoption is announced he celebrates by running through the house. He accidentally starts a fire in the room with the safe. Wonder Woman helps extinguish the fire, but the safe is open and the formula is missing. Military Intelligence begins investigating. Teasy and Myrna are both suspects since they knew the safe combination. Myrna is then kidnapped by the Yellow-Mask Gang. Teasy follows them, then calls Wonder Woman for help. The Amazon rescues Myrna and learns that Dearfield’s assistant Mal Stone stole the formula. Wonder Woman defeats the crooks and recovers the formula. Teasy is then adopted.


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The Judgment of Goddess Vultura
Fecha: 1947.10| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman shuts down a cure-all cult led by the Purple Priestess. However, the cult leader escapes and disappears. Later, Wonder Woman receives a message from Etta Candy who is visiting the foreign country Zarikan. Etta explains that King Yuka’s daughter Allura has been kidnapped by the Purple Priestess. Wonder Woman goes to Zarikan and allows herself to be captured in order to free Allura. The Purple Priestess brainwashes the captive Wonder Woman and causes her to nearly kill the Holliday Girls. Wonder Woman is able to overcome the Priestess’s influence to save her friends. This time she is able to capture the Priestess, who is then revealed to be Sinestra, a former Nazi spy.


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Speed Maniacs from Mercury
Fecha: 1947.12| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

When a bolt of lightning strikes, Wonder Woman’s invisible plane changes course. Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls arrive on Mercury instead of Paradise Island. Mercury is inhabited by a race of giant women, who have enslaved their men. Wonder Woman and the girls are captured, and the Amazon is forced to serve as Queen Celerita’s servant. Wonder Woman contacts Queen Desira of Venus via mental radio. Desira and her winged friends bring Venus girdles to pacify the Mercurian women. Wonder Woman and her friends then return home.


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The Mistress of the Beast
Fecha: 1947.12| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Steve Trevor’s wealthy friend Angus Richman is pursued by a large tiger. He tries to get help from Steve, but the tiger attacks. Wonder Woman saves Steve, but loses track of the tiger. Later the tiger follows Richman, causing him to faint. The tiger then brings Richman to his master Tigra Tropica. Tropica hypnotizes Richman into paying her one hundred thousand dollars. She then sends him home with two tigers and no memory of the pay off. When Richman regains consciousness at home, he suffers a heart attack upon seeing the tigers. Steve Trevor arrives at Richman’s home and discovers his dead friend. He also finds a receipt for the tigers in Richman’s pocket. The tigers attack Steve and bring him to Tropica. She then uses Steve as a hostage against Wonder Woman. However, the Amazon prevails and captures Tropica promising to take her to Reform Island.


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The Golden Women and the White Star
Fecha: 1947.12| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Army scientists discover a red planet that is emitting radiation which is deadly to Earth. Wonder Woman and Paula create protective Hydronitigin membranes that allow the Amazon and the Holliday Girls to approach the red planet. Wonder Woman also receives a distress call from Crystallar, King of the White Star and enemy of the red planet. When Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls near the planet, they are captured by Queen Supreema and her golden women. The girls manage to escape and destroy some of Supreema’s weapons. They reach the White Star and meet Crystallar and his Genii. It is then that Wonder Woman realizes that Crystallar is the real villain and poses a threat to Earth. However, the weapons she destroyed were preventing Crystallar from doing any harm. Wonder Woman sets things right again by defeating the Genii. She then befriends Supreema, who is the head of an intergalactic peacekeeping force.


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The Secret of the Kidnapped Dummy
Fecha: 1948.02| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Diana Prince is scheduled to award Wonder Woman with a medal during a public ceremony. Since Diana is secretly Wonder Woman, she concocts a plan to cover her dual identity. Wonder Woman, with the help of Paula and the Amazons, creates an animated dummy to substitute for Diana at the ceremony. When the awards ceremony begins, crooks release a gas bomb, intending to take out Wonder Woman. The Amazon avoids being taken, but the crooks grab the Diana Prince dummy instead. Wonder Woman trails the crooks, who shoot the dummy. After being temporarily overcome by the crooks, Wonder Woman defeats them. She then pretends to take Diana to Paradise Island to save her life. When Diana returns alive, Steve Trevor and General Darnell are impressed by Wonder Woman’s ability to heal her friend.


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The Legend of Rainbow and Stardust
Fecha: 1948.02| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman visits the Candy Ranch and learns the legend of two intelligent wild horses, Rainbow and Stardust. When rustlers strike the ranch and steal the Candy horses Etta, her father, and the Holliday Girls pursue them. Rainbow and Stardust also try to help, but Rainbow is shot by the rustlers. Wonder Woman helps Rainbow with some healing salve, then pursues the bandits. However, she is caught by her own lasso and left in a trap. Rainbow and Stardust come to the rescue, saving the girls and helping to catch the rustlers.


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The Mystical Power of Idea-Forms
Fecha: 1948.02| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman is magically summoned back through time to help Annette Dubois. Annette sweetheart King Philippe had been deposed by a foreign king and traitor Count Gaston. Wonder Woman agrees to help. First she frees Annette from King Ersatz’s dungeon. Then while Annette rallies a group of loyal women, Wonder Woman helps to rescue Philippe. Though she is temporarily captured by Ersatz, Wonder Woman triumphs and succeeds in restoring Philippe to his throne. Following the victory, Wonder Woman returns to her own time period.


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Villainy Incorporated
Fecha: 1948.04| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman brings a group of captured Saturnian women to Transformation Island for reformation. Eviless, the leader of the girls, manages to escape and steal Wonder Woman’s lasso. She sets the other prisoners loose and enslaves the Amazons using Venus girdles which force them into submission. The women prisoners, most former foes of Wonder Woman, unite as Villainy, Incorporated. After they finish captured the rest of the Amazons including Queen Hippolyte, the villains summon Wonder Woman. Though Wonder Woman fights back, the women force her into surrender. Eviless plans to kill Wonder Woman and Hippolyte, but several of the reformed prisoners stage a riot. Wonder Woman is released and most of the villains are rounded up. Clea, Giganta, Zara, and Hypnota have fled to the Man’s World with Hippolyte’s priceless jewels. Wonder Woman can’t find them, so she keeps tabs on pawn shops, hoping to find the jewels. A shopkeeper reports a girl trying to sell him one of the jewels, so Wonder Woman follows her to the lair of the escaped criminals. Though Wonder Woman is captured when she arrives, Etta Candy, the Holliday Girls, and Steve Trevor all help her escape. She then overcomes the four villains and returns them to Transformation Island as prisoners.


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Ice World’s Conquest
Fecha: 1948.06| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Professor Chemico of Holliday College creates a climate changing machine which can make hot and cold climates. He plans to use the machine to make the North Pole into a warm fertile area. Queen Snowina of Iceberg-Land learns about the invention and fears the machine will melt her people and their civilization. Her advisor Prime Minister Blizzard convinces Snowina to steal the invention. Blizzard steals the climate changing machine from Chemico and the Holliday Girls, trapping them in a block of ice. While Wonder Woman rescues the girls, Blizzard uses the machine to create a giant glacier to threaten New York. When Snowina discovers his plan, Blizzard captures her. Blizzard sends the glacier against New York, using the Holliday Girls as hostages to prevent a counterattack. Wonder Woman manages to stop him. The Amazon then makes peace with Snowina, while Blizzard is taken into custody.


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Tale of the Tigers
Fecha: 1948.06| Créditos: William Moulton Marston  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

The Holliday Girls visit a gypsy camp and witness the murder of Dion Boru by the gypsy leader Paddy Gypso. The girls are taken captive and disappear, causing Wonder Woman to search for them. She finds the murder victim and takes the man to Paula’s laboratory where he is restored with the Purple Ray. Wonder Woman follows the Gypsies and is able to locate Paddy Gypso. He holds the Holliday Girls hostage and manages to capture Wonder Woman too. The resurrected Dion Boru arrives and challenges Paddy Gypso. While they fight, Wonder Woman escapes, battles two tigers, and rescues the Holliday Girls. Dion defeats Paddy and is elected the new leader of the gypsies.


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The Treasure Hunt
Fecha: 1948.06| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

The Holliday Girls go on a treasure hunt on Adventure Island where the infamous Black Hugo buried a fortune in gold. Several inhabitants of the island warn the girls against danger, as three people were killed while looking for the same treasure. When the girls are threatened Wonder Woman saves them. One of the girls, Dorine, has a map where the location of the treasure is marked. The island inhabitants all take interest in the map. Dorine is kidnapped and taken to the island lighthouse by a ghost. Wonder Woman follows and is also captured. She does manage to signal Steve Trevor for help. Steve helps Wonder Woman escape. The Amazon apprehends and exposes the ghost as lighthouse keeper Lem Brite. She then locates the treasure which is buried beneath the lighthouse.


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The Secret of the Limestone Caves
Fecha: 1948.08| Créditos: Joye Hummel  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman visits Olive Norton, a young girl who received Amazon training. She discovers that Olive has become a bully. To correct Olive’s behavior, Wonder Woman brings the girl back to Paradise Island to learn loving submission. Olive is forced to undergo more training. She is also shown a movie depicting Wonder Woman as a child. In the movie, the young Diana bests several adult Amazons in a wild hunt. Her mother awards her with a young Wonder Woman costume which the Time Sphere revealed she will wear in the future. Wearing the new costume, Diana seeks an adventure inside the crater of a volcano. She befriends a race of Limestone People led by Queen Lovelee. The Limestone People are then attacked by their enemies the Radium Giants who wish to conquer Paradise Island. Young Diana defeats the Radium Giants and saves the Limestone People. After watching the movie, Olive is ready to return home. The new training has taught her to control her temper and compassion for others.


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The Song of the Sirens
Fecha: 1948.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher  (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman agrees to teach Mona Menise, the daughter of General Menise, to act responsibly. However, Mona is jealous of Wonder Woman’s relationship with Steve Trevor. She tries to kill Wonder Woman, but fails. Mona then discovers an armlet carved from wood that was formed when Aphrodite transformed the mythical Sirens into trees. The armlet gives her voice power over men. She commands Steve to attack Wonder Woman, then orders him to crash his airplane. Wonder Woman recovers in time to save them both. Wonder Woman then captures Mona and forces the Siren trapped in the armlet to reveal herself. The Siren, Parthenope is turned over to Aphrodite for punishment. Mona is sent to Transformation Island.


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A Human Bomb
Fecha: 1948.08| Créditos: NA (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman helps Suzan Patience get a job as warden at a women’s prison. Suzan believes in positive rehabilitation for the prisoners. However, she must prove to the governor that her methods work. Wonder Woman agrees to help in the reformation of the inmates. Bertram Harsh, a rival for Suzan’s job, believes in breaking the prisoners. He is angered when he was not appointed warden. To get even, he pumps gas into the prison that causes the inmates to act violently. Wonder Woman stops the riot, but she is knocked out. Harsh ties dynamite to Wonder Woman’s chest, making her a human bomb. Fortunately the Amazon recovers in time to escape the bomb. Harsh is then apprehended. When the governor makes his inspection of the prison, he is impressed with Suzan’s work.


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The Shrinking Formula
Fecha: 1948.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Dr. Mary Dean has created a formula that shrinks objects to tiny size. Her fiance Roy Dirke intends to use the formula for his own benefit and shrinks Mary to eliminate her. Dr. Grey reports Mary’s disappearance to Steve Trevor, who promises to investigate. Wonder Woman arrives at the lab first and confronts Dirke and his men. She learns that the microscopic Mary is still in the room. When Steve and Dr. Grey reach the lab, Dirke uses the formula on them. Wonder Woman then allows herself to be reduced in size in order to find the others. While Wonder Woman helps Steve, Grey, and Mary, Dirke searches the room in an attempt to kill them. Wonder Woman protects the others and helps Mary create an enlarging compound that restores the miniature people to normal size. Once her own height is restored, Wonder Woman apprehends Dirke.


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The Planet of Plunder
Fecha: 1948.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Etta and the Holliday Girls visit Neptunia where they are captured by Solo, the former ruler, who has regained control of the country. Etta manages to contact Wonder Woman who immediately heads for Neptunia. The Amazon is attacked by mechanos and is eventually captured too. Bound by her own lasso, Wonder Woman is forced to help Solo prepare his forces for an invasion of Earth. She manages to free herself and take Solo prisoner. The Amazon then defeats the fleet of invading spacecraft. Wonder Woman then returns Solo to the custody of Una, the female leader of Neptunia.

Notas: http://comics.org/indexstatus.lasso?SeriesID=277


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The Racketeer of Magic
Fecha: 1948.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

A con man claiming to be a 14th century wizard appears in the city. He demonstrates his powers which are really technological tricks. Wonder Woman tries to expose Trixter as a fraud, but she is bound by her own lasso. The wizard then uses the Amazon in his plan to cheat people by claiming he can bestow them with Amazonian strength. Wonder Woman manages to escape her bonds, then she exposes the crooked magician as a phony.


Wonder Woman v1 #32
Uvo of Uranus
Fecha: 1948.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor investigate the theft of raw uranium from mines around the country. They discover that Uvo of Uranus is stealing the uranium to build atomic weapons. Wonder Woman and Steve are captured while attempting to stop the thefts and taken back to Uranus. Wonder Woman contacts her mother to warn her of the impending invasion from Uranus. While the Amazons prepare a space fleet, Wonder Woman escapes from captivity. She and Steve then battle Uvo, while Hippolyte engages the rest of the fleet. The Amazons win the battle, the stolen uranium is returned, and rule of Uranus is turned over to the female population.


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The Music of Carola
Fecha: 1948.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

A passenger ship is struck by an iceberg and begins sinking. Wonder Woman comes to the ship’s aid, while a violinist named Carola calms the passengers. Wonder Woman congratulates Carola on her music and brings her to Holliday College where Etta is scheduled to play a concert with the school band. The band’s conductor Heer Maestri storms out just before the concert because his name was not large enough on the show’s program. Carola offers to fill in for him. Angered, Maestri sends Carola away and sets fire to the stage. Wonder Woman brings the girl back to the concert and puts out the fire. The concert is a success, and Maestri is forced to answer for his sabotage.


Wonder Woman v1 #33
The Four Dooms
Fecha: 1949.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Inventa from Cadmea Island is sent to Transformation Island for rehabilitation. Using her inventive genius Inventa escapes by fashioning a key to the venus girdle which suppresses her evil ways. She then leads a revolt of the prisoners and captures Wonder Woman and Hippolyta. Wonder Woman and her mother are taken back to Cadmea Island where the princess must pass four tests to save the life of the others. Wonder Woman succeeds in each test. Inventa then uses the magic lasso to force Wonder Woman to bring Steve Trevor to Paradise Island. If Steve sets foot on the island, the Amazons will lose their powers. Wonder Woman outwits Inventa and saves the Amazons. The prisoners are then sent back to Transformation Island.


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The Menace of Murkton
Fecha: 1949.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Busloads of Earthlings have been kidnapped by aliens from the planet Murkton. Wonder Woman rides a bus to a football game and is captured also. She learns that the Murktonians plan to destroy the Earth because it blocks sunlight from reaching their world. When the Murktonians depart, Wonder Woman is left on Earth. She uses the magic sphere to view the alien ships’ departure. She then follows in her invisible plane. On the trip to Murkton, she discovers a dense black cloud. When she arrives on the alien planet, she is able to stop the bomb intended for Earth. She then explains that the black cloud is what blocks the sun. She uses the bomb to dissipate the cloud and bring sunlight to Murkton. The captive Earthmen are then released.


Wonder Woman v1 #34
The Mystery of the Rhyming Riddle
Fecha: 1949.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor make a visit to Holliday College only to discover that the campus and students have all mysteriously disappeared. A meteor fragment found at the scene contains an unfinished riddle written on the side. Wonder Woman brings the riddle to Paula’s laboratory in hopes of discovering what happened to Holliday College. Before Wonder Woman arrives, Paula is kidnapped and replaced by the Duke of Deception. In the guise of Paula, Deception tricks Wonder Woman into searching for Holliday College in the distant past. After surviving run-ins with dinosaurs and a Spanish fleet, Wonder Woman returns to the present. The Amazon finds the real Paula and deduces that Mars must be behind the disappearance. She then sends her astral self to Mars where she faces several challenges. With the help of Aphrodite, Wonder Woman forces Mars to reveal the true location of the stolen college. Wonder Woman then rescues the girls and returns them to Earth.


Wonder Woman v1 #35
Nine Lives Club
Fecha: 1949.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman is nominated for entrance into the Nine Lives Club, an organization for daredevils and stunt men. In order to earn membership, Wonder Woman is made to compete in daredevil tests against members of the club. The group’s leader Fly Wright using the contests as a cover for criminal activities. Wonder Woman soon learns about the robberies and suspects Wright. When she catches him trying to smuggle jewels across the Canadian border, Wonder Woman apprehends Wright. For her success in the competition, Wonder Woman is admitted into the club and elected its new leader.


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Jaxo, Master of Thought
Fecha: 1949.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Jaxo, a criminal inventor, is believed to be dead. However, he has actually found an underground tunnel leading to the land of the Mole Men. He tricks the women into helping him construct a machine that can neutralize brain functions. Using the new device, he plans to take over the world. After the device is activated, people everywhere suddenly fall unconscious. Wonder Woman does not, but she is forced to return to Paradise Island when the Mole Women attack. She is then captured. The Amazon is turned over to Jaxo, who ties her to a bombshell. Wonder Woman manages to escape and uses the bomb to destroy the brain wave device. She the captures Jaxo and the renegade Mole Women.


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The Stolen Forest
Fecha: 1949.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman receives a summons from her leprechaun friends. They are being threatened by Abner Grabb, a lumber man intent on cutting trees down in a restricted forest. Wonder Woman confronts Abner, but the leprechauns accidentally cause her to be captured. She manages to escape and reform the other lumberjacks. However, Grabb refuses to cooperate, so the leprechauns imprison him. Wonder Woman brings the loggers to the camp of Holliday Girl Grace Conway’s father. Mr. Conway puts them to work. Grabb then escapes prison and starts a log jam. His mischief nearly causes the death of his own daughter Gerda. After, Wonder Woman rescues the girl Grabb apologizes and promises to make restitution.


Wonder Woman v1 #36
The Girl Who Saved Paradise Island
Fecha: 1949.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Mars plans an attack on Paradise Island. He trains a group of boys on the planet Daxo to despise the Amazons, then unleashes them in a fleet of ships. Hippolyte alerts Wonder Woman who hides the island and delays the attack using a decoy. However, she is forced to hold back her full strength because the attackers are only children. Hippolyte also summons Astra, leader of the Infantas. The Infantas are former children banished and left to die by their parents. Hippolyte and the Amazons have rescued them over the years and taken them to another planet to live in peace. Due to conditions on the planet, the children age very slowly, so despite living for centuries they still appear to be children. Astra brings her followers to Earth to aid Wonder Woman. The stop the boys from Daxo, while Wonder Woman forces Mars himself to flee. The boys are then taken back to Infantas to be retrained in love and peace.

Notas: Debur de Astra and the Infantas


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Wonder Woman’s Double
Fecha: 1949.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

A gang of crooks in Australia discover Velma Vanton, a woman who looks exactly like Wonder Woman. The crooks pose as intelligence operatives and dupe Velma into helping them with their crimes. In doing so they also frame Wonder Woman as an accomplice. When the crooks find Steve Trevor on a remote island, they use the fake Wonder Woman to capture him. The real Wonder Woman arrives to help him and is also captured. The crooks then force Steve to identify the real Amazon. The other will be killed. Wonder Woman tries to sacrifice herself, but Steve correctly picks her out. The crooks attempt to kill both girls, but Wonder Woman breaks loose and defeats them. Velma is injured in the fight, so she is taken to Paula’s lab. The girl is restored to health, but Paula alters her facial features so that she is no longer Wonder Woman’s double.


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The Return of the Flying Saucers
Fecha: 1949.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Etta Candy and the Holliday Girls are abducted by a flying saucer while vacationing on her father’s ranch. She signals Wonder Woman who traces the saucer to the North Pole. The ship enters a hidden opening which leads to an underground world known as Moltonia. When they enter Moltonia, Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are attacked by the natives. Steve is captured, but Wonder Woman takes a prisoner of her own. She learns from him that the tyrant Lord Cruelo has taken over Moltonia and is responsible for taking Etta. Wonder Woman stages a rescue, but she is overpowered by sheer numbers. Steve then leads an army of Moltonian rebels who oppose Cruelo. When the attack begins, Prince Ardent sets Wonder Woman free. Together they defeat Cruelo, rescue Etta, and free Moltonia from its evil ruler.


Wonder Woman v1 #37
The Riddle of the Chinese Mummy
Fecha: 1949.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

When an ancient mummy is discovered near the Great Wall of China, Wonder Woman goes back in time to learn its origins. She meets Princess Mei, a descendant of the Amazons who rules a small matriarchy. Her people are menaced by barbarians led by the warlord Chang. Wonder Woman helps Mei turn back the attackers and bests Chang in single combat. Chang then resorts to trickery. He kidnaps Princess Mei and orders Wonder Woman to turn herself over as a prisoner. When Wonder Woman complies, the barbarians attempt to kill her. Wonder Woman escapes and rescues Princess Mei. She then erects the Great Wall to keep out the barbarians.


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The Fatal Beauty
Fecha: 1949.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

When Wonder Woman turns down Steve Trevor’s marriage proposal, he attempts to forget about her. Wonder Woman is then assigned to bodyguard actress Lorelei Lorn. The actress meets Steve also and the couple falls in love. Wonder Woman is hurt when she learns that Steve and Lorelei have become engaged. She must put her feelings aside and continue to protect Lorelei who is the target of jewel thieves. When the gang strikes at Lorelei’s wedding to Steve, Wonder Woman is there to stop them. Steve then reveals that the marriage was a hoax to draw the crooks into the open. Steve then renews his relationship with Wonder Woman, admitting that he understands why they can’t be married until the Amazon completes her mission of peace.


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The Secrets of Circe
Fecha: 1949.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Steve Trevor joins a space expedition to the moon. When their rocket returns to Earth only one member is present, Professor Owler, who has been transformed into an Owl. Wonder Woman learns that their rocket was forced to land on a small island planet inhabited by Circe, whom the Amazons had exiled. Circe transformed the men into animals. Wonder Woman brings Owler back to Circe’s island planet. She attempts to rescue the men, but Circe transforms her into a doe. Wonder Woman gets away and locates the antidote. She then distracts Circe, so that the men can be cured. Once Circe is in custody, Wonder Woman brings her back to Earth to be rehabilitated on Transformation Island.


Wonder Woman v1 #38
The Girl from Yesterday
Fecha: 1949.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

When Ursula Keating, a new student, arrives at Holliday College she is ridiculed for her antiquated clothes and behavior. She explains to Wonder Woman that the aunt who raised her has been living in the past after her fiance left her on her wedding day. Wonder Woman tracks down Abigail Keating’s former fiancee, John Hunter. He is Lon Logox, a jewel thief. Wonder Woman tries to spare Abigail the shock of learning the truth about him and breaks the news gradually. When Abigail finally understands, she decides to give up her former life and live in the present.


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Wonder Woman Captures the Moon
Fecha: 1949.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman receives a plea for help from deep space. She tracks the source of the message to Queen Bravura, the leader of a small planetoid that was once part of Earth. Long ago a conflict caused that piece and one another to be separate from Earth. The missing land was filled with water and became the Pacific Ocean. Bravura seeks Wonder Woman’s aid against attackers from another planetoid led by Brutex. Wonder Woman defeats Brutex and reunites the people of the two planetoids which had formerly been together on Earth.


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The Five Tasks of Thomas Tighe
Fecha: 1949.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman saves the life of banker Thomas Tighe after he is locked in his own vault. Tighe hates women, but he is pressured into donating money to Holliday College. He decides to stipulate in the donation that girls must complete five tasks which men could not in order to receive the money. Wonder Woman then selects five students to help her complete Tighe’s tasks. Ruth Rorick then helps Captain Rab Harangues capture a killer whale. Assisted by Wonder Woman, Mary Lane cuts down a forest of giant Rojo trees for James Magnus. Jean Townsend guides Professor Earl Dean’s expedition to the top of Rocky Crag. Janet Foster salvages a supply of radium from the ocean floor. The last task is for Etta to pilot an airplane through Hollow Pass. A downdraft causes her plane to nearly crash, but Wonder Woman closes an opening that was creating the draft. Etta regains control and completes her task. Tighe is forced to reward the money to the college and reluctantly change his mind about women.

Notas: This story must occur after the second story of Wonder Woman #39 as evidenced by Dean Sourpuss now being called Dean Merrily following her marriage in that story.


Wonder Woman v1 #39
The Trail of Thrills
Fecha: 1950.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman learns about five people who have dull jobs. She makes a bet with television producer Jay Brennon that she can prove that each of the people performs important work. She then proceeds to help each worker including a telephone operator, a tailor, an elevator operator, and a musuem visitor counter. The final man, Al Rogers, replaces light bulbs. While Wonder Woman is meeting with him crooks rob a jewelry store. Al throws his bulbs which make exploding sounds. The crooks think they are being shot at, so they surrender. Wonder Woman then appears on Jay Brennon’s news show with the five people she helped.


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The Modern Midas
Fecha: 1950.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman consoles Dean Meg Sourpuss who is alone on Valentine’s Day. The Dean explains that she was once engaged to Herbert Merrily, but her father would not approve of their marriage, so Herbert left town. Now, twenty years later, she is an old maid. Herbert returns into her life when a crook named Midas learns that Holliday College is getting a shipment of radium. Midas wants to steal it, so he sends Herbert to meet with the Dean and gain inside information. Herbert is forced to go along because he fears that Midas will kill Sourpuss. The Dean suspects that Herbert is going to help Midas, so she changes the vault combination. Wonder Woman then apprehends Midas. Herbert explains his motives and is forgiven. He then marries Dean Sourpuss.


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A Day in the Life of Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1950.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Young reporter Jim Eager seeks to prove himself. He is given the chance to follow Wonder Woman for a day, so that he can get an exclusive story. However, he is disappointed when the emergency summons from the Holliday Girls is a request to help them stop a snob named Vita Vane, who has taken over the school. Wonder Woman tries to teach Vita to respect others, but her efforts don’t succeed. However, when Vita’s father is in danger when his oil field catches fire, Wonder Woman goes to his rescue. Vita worries that her father is dead and the family fortune lost. Wonder Woman saves her dad and puts out the fire. Vita then changes her attitude, and Jim turns in his story.

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Wonder Woman v1 #40
Hollywood Goes to Paradise Island
Fecha: 1950.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman is called in as a special consultant on a film that is to be made by a crew entirely of woman, a first ever. A male director is furious he wasn’t given the film and keeps making warnings that sound more like threats and harassing the crew.


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Passengers of Fate
Fecha: 1950.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



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Wonder Woman v1 #41
Wonder Woman – Private Detective
Fecha: 1950.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Military Headquarters is having trouble pinning down the mastermind behind a new crime wave, and Steve is shocked when Diana turns in her resignation to become a private eye. In Diana Prince’s practice as a Private Detective she is hired to shadow Wonder Woman by an anonymous client, who turns out to be the very mastermind the military is seeking. Once he’s been captured she returns to her position in the military, with Darnell revealing her PI job to be a secret assignment.

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Wonder Woman v1 #41/2
Wonder Woman vs. Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1950.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman falls to an isolated town after being hit in the head by a piece of broken fuselage. When she walks into town she realizes she can’t remember her name and chooses Belle Dazzle when asked by the blacksmith who offers her a job.

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The Trial of Steve Trevor
Fecha: 1950.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #42
Danger on the Speedway
Fecha: 1950.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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The Mystery of the Missing Monday
Fecha: 1950.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #42/3
The Strange Case of Convict 490012
Fecha: 1950.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #43
The Amazing Spy Ring Mystery
Fecha: 1950.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #43/2
Nuclear Returns
Fecha: 1950.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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Who Killed Col. South?
Fecha: 1950.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #44
The Monarch of the Sargasso Sea
Fecha: 1950.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #45
The Wonder Woman Story
Fecha: 1951.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Origin of Wonder Woman


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The Amazon and the Leprechaun
Fecha: 1951.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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Wonder Woman – Whirlwind Western
Fecha: 1951.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: The first story depicts an Amazon called Giganta. This is not the villainess of same name. The flashback is an exaggerated version of the tale in Wonder Woman #1. In this version, Wonder Woman plays Bullets and Bracelets with 8 Amazons simultaneously!. Two major Retcons take place here: Diana’s Robot Plane is, starting now, a jet. Just last issue it had a propeller. Also now it’s a «gift of Aphrodite,» and is now controlled vocally, vice telepathically. Her origin story no longer mentions World War II.

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Wonder Woman v1 #46
The Trial of the Lost Hour
Fecha: 1951.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman helps Prof. Daniel come up with a method to stop radar detection, while they are putting the papers detailing the invention in the safe the Grenade Gang attacks.

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Wonder Woman v1 #46/2
The Moon of Peril
Fecha: 1951.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Photographs of the moon taken at multiple observatories are all showing a mysterious dot. Wonder Woman is called in to investigate, but she is busy dealing with Professor Turgo’s latest weapon. She finally catches the messages while chasing the inventor, and diverts to respond to them.

Notas: Only Golden Age appearance of Professor Turgo from the «»Moon of Peril»». An Earth-One (and later Post-Crisis) version of Professor Turgo (renamed Torgo) is later revealed to be a leader of the H.I.V.E. He makes a single appearance in Tales of the Teen Titans #47, and his son Curt appears in Teen Titans Spotlight #3.
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Wonder Woman’s Twin
Fecha: 1951.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



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Wonder Woman v1 #47
World Below the North Pole
Fecha: 1951.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Steve Trevor is shot down in an experimental plane after being mistaken for a Warlandian pilot.

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Wonder Woman v1 #47/2
Mystery of the Indian Totem Pole
Fecha: 1951.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

A museum board forces a woman curator to resign using the excuse that they don’t believe a totem pole she purchased was carved by the carver she claims it was, despite none of them having any background knowledge in the subject. The board had been trying to get her fired since she first started working there as they feel men are smarter and better at reasoning than women, and don’t like having a woman contradict them.

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The Bridge from Mars
Fecha: 1951.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Vs. Duke Deception.

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Wonder Woman v1 #48
Wonder Woman vs. Robot Woman
Fecha: 1951.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Electro creates a Robot Wonder Woman to frame the Amazon for crimes.

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Wonder Woman v1 #48/2
The Treasure of Captain Storm
Fecha: 1951.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Vs. Captain Storm.


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The Theft of the Robot Plane
Fecha: 1951.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Vs. Monte «Thomas Leer»

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Wonder Woman v1 #49
Return of the Phantom Empire
Fecha: 1951.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Paradise Island is under attack and the Amazons discover that it is caused by a strange force from the past. Queen Hippolyta summons her daughter, Wonder Woman and sends her back in time to stop the war between Prince Ghu and Lord Dallu, as it is tearing Paradise Island apart. Wonder Woman is successful in her mission and she returns to the present after having saved her land.

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Wonder Woman v1 #49/2
Little Miss Wonder
Fecha: 1951.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

When a couple disappears in the ocean, they leave a little girl orphan and Wonder Woman is forced to adopt her. Acting like a mother, Wonder Woman becomes involved in trite situations until she finds the girl’s parents and the kid can return to her family.

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The Mystery of the Magic Typewriter
Fecha: 1951.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

The leprechaun Moon O’Day leaves a magic typewritter as a present for Wonder Woman, but it falls into the hands of criminals who use the artifact to commit crimes. The typewritter creates anything that is written to come true and Wonder Woman is forced to overcome incredible obstacles to stop the crooks. In the struggle, the typewritter is destroyed and afterwards the crooks are captured.

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Wonder Woman v1 #50
Menace of the Master Spy
Fecha: 1951.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Trixia detonates an atomic weapon, unsuccessfully disguising the blast as a volcanic eruption. Wonder Woman witnesses this and alerts U.S. Military Intelligence. At a meeting in his office, General Darnell plans to infiltrate the Trixian spy ring operating in Washington, but his own organization has already been infiltrated, by the Trixian master spy, General Voro, the Man of a Thousand Faces, who has kidnapped and impersonated Lt. Lane. So this plan backfires, and Darnell is fed a bunch of misinformation, along with (as part of his own plan) being disgraced and discharged from the Air Force. Then in an accidental encounter with Wonder Woman, a Trixian spy is killed with his own hand grenade, and Darnell is badly wounded. Wonder Woman makes some correct deductions, spots «Lt. Lane» as a phony, and stealthily follows him to his secret underground lair, but steps onto an electrified floor and is captured. The spies unwisely dispose of her and Lt. Lane by tossing them into an underground waterway. She rescues Lane and he tips her off about the fake info, and reveals the spy gang’s real targets. Wonder Woman flies to the three sabotage targets, and foils all three attacks. Wonder Woman then calls an impromptu press conference at General Darnell’s hospital room and publicly vouches for him, clearing him of the fake charges against him.


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The Secret Story of Wonder Woman’s Lasso
Fecha: 1951.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Compendium listed this issue as an appearance of Earth-Forty


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Romance Inc.
Fecha: 1951.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



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Wonder Woman v1 #51
The Amazing Impersonation
Fecha: 1952.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman takes on the guise of librarian Jane Case after her rude and clueless boss at the Daily Globe tries to force her to reveal her secret identity. The Daily Globe starts a contest with a cash prize for people to guess Wonder Woman’s secret identity, and the women who are suspected of being Wonder Woman start being targeted in murderous attacks. The Jane Case identity gets revealed as Wonder Woman when she rescues the people in a car that drove off a bridge, right in front of some reporters recording a story.

Notas: There is a WXYZ Radio microphone in the cover; This was a radio station where Alan Scott, the first Green Lantern worked. This is the last reference about the station in the Golden Age.
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Wonder Woman v1 #51/2
Wonder Woman’s Strange Substitute
Fecha: 1952.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: The story implies that an Amazon will permanently lose her immortality if she sets foot in «Man’s World.»


Wonder Woman v1 #51/3
Wonder Woman – Hospital Nurse
Fecha: 1952.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Vs. Oliver West


Wonder Woman v1 #52
Her Majesty – Queen Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1952.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #52/2
The Battle for Fairyland
Fecha: 1952.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #52/3
Wonder Woman Defense Attorney
Fecha: 1952.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #53
The Crime Master of Time
Fecha: 1952.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #53/2
The Wonder Woman Nobody Knows
Fecha: 1952.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #53/3
The Secret Treasure at Rainbow’s End
Fecha: 1952.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #54
The Wizard of Castle Sinister
Fecha: 1952.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #54/2
The Invisible Invasion
Fecha: 1952.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #54/3
Wonder Woman’s Triple Threat
Fecha: 1952.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #55
Ghost Train
Fecha: 1952.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #55/2
The Chessmen of Doom
Fecha: 1952.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #55/3
Invasion of the Raindrops
Fecha: 1952.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #56
Homicide Highway
Fecha: 1952.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #56/2
Wonder Woman’s Invincible Rival
Fecha: 1952.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #56/3
The Case of the Eight Million Witness
Fecha: 1952.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #57
The Man Who Shook the Earth
Fecha: 1953.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #57/2
Vengeance of the Undersea Empire
Fecha: 1953.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #57/3
The Four Trials of Terror
Fecha: 1953.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #58
Seven Days to Doom
Fecha: 1953.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #58/2
The Man Who Stole the Sun
Fecha: 1953.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #58/3
Terror of the Termites
Fecha: 1953.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #59
Wonder Woman’s Invisible Twin
Fecha: 1953.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #59/2
The College of Magical Knowledge
Fecha: 1953.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #59/3
The Million Dollar Penny
Fecha: 1953.06| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #60
The War That Never Happened
Fecha: 1953.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #60/2
The Secret Olympics
Fecha: 1953.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #60/3
Wonder Woman’s Double Date
Fecha: 1953.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #61
Earth’s Last Hour
Fecha: 1953.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #61/2
Prisoners of the Ruby Ring
Fecha: 1953.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #61/3
Wonder Woman – Hollywood Stunt Queen
Fecha: 1953.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #62
Wonder Woman’s Triple Identity
Fecha: 1953.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #62/2
Lamp of the Leprechauns
Fecha: 1953.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #62/3
The Secret of the Amazon Earrings
Fecha: 1953.12| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #63
The Human Tank
Fecha: 1954.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #63/2
The Secret Invasion
Fecha: 1954.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #63/3
The Imposter Queen
Fecha: 1954.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #64
The 3-D Terror
Fecha: 1954.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #64/2
The Doom Dolls
Fecha: 1954.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #64/3
Wonder Woman’s Last Hour
Fecha: 1954.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #65
The Stone Slayer
Fecha: 1954.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #65/2
The Tornado Detective
Fecha: 1954.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #65/3
The Last Amazon
Fecha: 1954.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #66
The Olympics of Terror
Fecha: 1954.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #66/2
The Talking Tiara
Fecha: 1954.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #66/3
The Missing Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1954.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #67
Confessions of a Spy
Fecha: 1954.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #67/2
Portraits of Perils
Fecha: 1954.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #67/3
The Runaway Meteor
Fecha: 1954.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #68
Landing of the Flying Saucers
Fecha: 1954.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #68/2
The Iceberg Bombshell
Fecha: 1954.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #68/3
T.N.T. Target
Fecha: 1954.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #69
Seeds of Peril
Fecha: 1954.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #69/2
The Secret Hall of Fame
Fecha: 1954.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #69/3
The Last Sheriff
Fecha: 1954.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #70
The Volcano Maker
Fecha: 1954.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: 1st Appearance of Angle Man


Wonder Woman v1 #70/2
The Invisible Trail
Fecha: 1954.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #70/3
Wonder Woman’s Wedding Day
Fecha: 1954.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #71
One-Woman Circus
Fecha: 1955.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #71/2
Ring Around the Earth
Fecha: 1955.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #71/3
The Dream Invasion
Fecha: 1955.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #72
S.O.S. From The Past
Fecha: 1955.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #72/2
The Golden Doom
Fecha: 1955.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #72/3
The Secret of Wonder Woman’s Sandals
Fecha: 1955.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #73
The Prairie Pirates
Fecha: 1955.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #73/2
The Two Faces of Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1955.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #73/3
The Mystery of the Missing Moon
Fecha: 1955.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #74
The Carnival of Peril
Fecha: 1955.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #74/2
The Vanishing Villains
Fecha: 1955.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #74/3
One-Woman Rodeo
Fecha: 1955.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #75
The Winning of Wonder Woman’s Tiara
Fecha: 1955.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #75/2
One Million Dollar Secret
Fecha: 1955.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #75/3
Inch-High Heroine
Fecha: 1955.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #76
The Bird Who Revealed Wonder Woman’s Identity
Fecha: 1955.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #76/2
The Face in the Desert
Fecha: 1955.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #76/3
The Mirage-Maker
Fecha: 1955.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #77
The Island That Wonder Woman Built
Fecha: 1955.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #77/2
The Earth Is A Time Bomb
Fecha: 1955.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #77/3
The Vanishing Amazon
Fecha: 1955.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #78
Andy Gorilla–Prize Pupil
Fecha: 1955.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #78/2
Zero Hour for an Amazon
Fecha: 1955.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #78/3
The Million Dollar Mystery
Fecha: 1955.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #79
Wonder Woman in the Amazon Flea Circus
Fecha: 1956.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain:


Wonder Woman v1 #79/2
Danger–Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1956.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #79/3
Bridge to Nowhere
Fecha: 1956.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #80
The Mask of Mystery
Fecha: 1956.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman finds herself trapped with a metal mask on her face that will explode in six hours, and can find no way to remove it.


Wonder Woman v1 #80/2
The Origin of the Amazon Plane
Fecha: 1956.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

After using her Robot Plane to defeat a gang of crooks, Wonder Woman remembers the ordeals she had to undergo to first acquire the separate parts of the plane and then assemble them.


Wonder Woman v1 #80/3
SOS–Saturn
Fecha: 1956.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are requested by the people of Saturn to help them fend off an attack from Saturn’s moon of Titan.


Wonder Woman v1 #81
The Dream Dooms
Fecha: 1956.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain: The Duke of Deception (of Earth-One; first appearance; next appearance in issue #84)


Wonder Woman v1 #81/2
Three Secret Wishes
Fecha: 1956.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #81/3
The Vanishing Criminal
Fecha: 1956.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #82
Wonder Woman Meets Robin Hood
Fecha: 1956.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain: The sheriff of Nottingham


Wonder Woman v1 #82/2
The Secret of the Amazon Ring
Fecha: 1956.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #82/3
The Silent SOS
Fecha: 1956.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #83
The Boy From Nowhere
Fecha: 1956.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #83/2
The Flying Ambulance
Fecha: 1956.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #83/3
Journey Into the Blue
Fecha: 1956.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #84
The Secret Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1956.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain: Angle Man (last appearance in issue #81; next appears in issue #92), a humanoid Wonder Woman (first appearance; destroyed in this story)


Wonder Woman v1 #84/2
The Planet of Illusion
Fecha: 1956.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #84/3
The Tree That Shook the Ground
Fecha: 1956.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #85
The Sword in the Sky
Fecha: 1956.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain: Duke Bale (first and only appearance)


Wonder Woman v1 #85/2
The Wooden Hero
Fecha: 1956.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #85/3
The Woman in the Bottle
Fecha: 1956.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #86
The Painting That Betrayed Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1956.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain: Vincent Brian (first and only appearance)


Wonder Woman v1 #86/2
The Talking Robot Plane
Fecha: 1956.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #86/3
The Mystery of the Magnetic Footprints
Fecha: 1956.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #87
The Day the Clocks Stopped
Fecha: 1957.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain: An alien (first and only appearance)


Wonder Woman v1 #87/2
Island of the Giants
Fecha: 1957.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #87/3
The Runaway Tiara
Fecha: 1957.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #88
Mystery of the Vanishing Box
Fecha: 1957.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villain: Duke of Deception (last appearance in issue #84; next appears in issue #93)


Wonder Woman v1 #88/2
The Talking Lasso
Fecha: 1957.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #88/3
The Walking Nightmare
Fecha: 1957.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #89
The Master of Earth’s Twin Worlds
Fecha: 1957.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #89/2
The Amazon Album
Fecha: 1957.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #89/3
The Triple Heroine
Fecha: 1957.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #90
Planet of the Giants
Fecha: 1957.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villains: Space pirates (first and only appearance)


Wonder Woman v1 #90/2
Trail of the Golden Lasso
Fecha: 1957.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




Wonder Woman v1 #90/3
Wonder Woman, Amazon Baby-Sitter
Fecha: 1957.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #91
The Interplanetary Olympics
Fecha: 1957.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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The Eagle Who Caged People
Fecha: 1957.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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The Statue of Mystery
Fecha: 1957.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #92
The Disappearing Train
Fecha: 1957.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villains: Crystalline aliens (first and only appearance)


Wonder Woman v1 #92/2
The Revolt of the Winged Robot
Fecha: 1957.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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The Circus of Mystery
Fecha: 1957.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #93
Menace of the Mermen
Fecha: 1957.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villains: The Mermen (first and only appearance)


Wonder Woman v1 #93/2
The Shrinking City
Fecha: 1957.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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20th Century King Arthur
Fecha: 1957.10| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #94
The Amazing Movie Camera
Fecha: 1957.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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Target: Wonder Woman
Fecha: 1957.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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The Channel of Time
Fecha: 1957.11| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #95
Wonder Woman–the World’s Most Dangerous Human
Fecha: 1958.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Villains: Alien invaders (first and only appearance)


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The Secret of Wonder Woman’s Tiara
Fecha: 1958.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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The Ghost Town Museum
Fecha: 1958.01| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #96
Diary of an Amazon
Fecha: 1958.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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Daily Danger
Fecha: 1958.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.




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Prisoner of the Time Capsule
Fecha: 1958.02| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v1 #97
The Runaway Time Express
Fecha: 1958.04| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Harry G. Peter  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

The SOS Carrier of Prof. Alpha transports Wonder Woman to the past, the future, and to another dimension to take care of a trio of menaces.


Wonder Woman v1 #98
The Million-Dollar Penny
Fecha: 1958.05| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Ross Andru  (Dibujos)| Edición española: WONDER WOMAN: 80 AÑOS DE LA GUERRERA AMAZONA (ECC).

Athena orders the Amazons to select a champion to journey into the Man’s World. Diana worries that her mother may unfairly favor her in the competition with her fellow Amazons. To avoid favoritism, all the Amazons wear Wonder Woman disguises, so Hippolyta can not tell them apart. Diana is victorious in the competition and selected as champion. Before leaving for the Man’s World, Diana spots Steve Trevor falling from an airplane overhead. She rescues him, preventing his landing on Paradise Island. She returns Steve to the Man’s World, then begins her first mission. Wonder Woman’s first mission is to turn a penny into a million dollars in 24 hours. Several attempts to earn money fail, until she finds an offer to build a bridge for a million dollars. Wonder Woman uses her strength and presumedly Amazon magic to change the penny into the bridge itself. She earns the million dollars, which she then contributes to charity.

Notas: This story features a new origin for Wonder Woman that is distinctly different from previous versions. All references to World War II have been removed, so this should be considered the origin of the Earth-1 version of Wonder Woman. Hippolyta has blonde hair as of this story, distinguishing her from her Earth-2 counterpart.


Wonder Woman v1 #99
Stampede of the Comets
Fecha: 1958.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Ross Andru  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

While testing a new rocket, Steve Trevor is pulled into space by a mysterious force. Wonder Woman pursues him in her invisible jet. She rescues Steve from his rocket, then the pair is drawn to a world inhabited by the Silicons. The Silicons are plotting to destroy Earth with comet missile. Wonder Woman uses a giant magnet to attract the comets. The Silicons use force to draw Wonder Woman back toward their planet. The magnet causes the comet missile to be drawn to the alien world too. The missiles destroy the alien world. Finally, Wonder Woman and Steve find their way back to Earth.


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Top Secret
Fecha: 1958.07| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Ross Andru  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Wonder Woman assumes her Diana Prince identity and gets a job with military intelligence as Steve Trevor’s assistant in this story. As shown in the first story of Wonder Woman #162, Wonder Woman met the real Diana Prince and assumed her identity prior to this story.

Notas: Wonder Woman assumes her Diana Prince identity and gets a job with military intelligence as Steve Trevor’s assistant in this story. As shown in the first story of Wonder Woman #162, Wonder Woman met the real Diana Prince and assumed her identity prior to this story.


Wonder Woman v1 #100
The Forest of Giants
Fecha: 1958.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Ross Andru  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

After besting her fellow Amazons in an annual contest, Wonder Woman is challenged by her twin from Dimension X. The double possesses all of Wonder Woman’s skills and powers. The first two contests are evenly matched with each winning one contest. For the deciding contest, both women travel to Dimension X. Upon their arrival in the other dimension, both Wonder Woman and her double are attacked by a group of forest giants. Wonder Woman proves herself by saving her double from danger and defeating the giants. She is then crowned champion.


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Wonder Woman’s 100th Anniversary
Fecha: 1958.08| Créditos: Robert Kanigher (Guiones), Ross Andru  (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Hippolyta and the Amazons prepare a time capsule for burial. They want to include the 100th issue of Wonder Woman, but it has not been completed. Amazon camera follow Wonder Woman hoping to capture her in action for the comic. Wonder Woman saves a rocket, but smoke prevents the cameras from photographing it. Next she rescues a diver from an octopus. This time however, the octopus ink blocks the camera. Wonder Woman then returns to Paradise Island without having captured any feats on film. Suddenly, a tidal wave menaces the island. The Amazon Princess saves the island, and the feat is recorded for inclusion in the 100th issue of Wonder Woman.

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