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  • Issue #1
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 1
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Who Is She?" text story by William Moulton Marston, art by Harry G. Peter; The Gods behind the epithet, "Beautiful as Aphrodite, Wise as Athena, Strong as Hercules and Swift as Mercury", are visually and in text introduced to the reader. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Upon her arrival in man's world, Wonder Woman drops an Amazon scroll that details the origin and early days of the Amazons, while later sources outline her birth, her youth, and her battle in the arena for the right to be Wonder Woman. "Wonder Woman Goes To the Circus!", script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman brings children to King's Colossal Circus, performs in the big ring, and with the help of Etta and Steve, investigates a rash of elephant deaths by poisoning which threaten to close the circus. "Florence Nightingale: Angel of Crimea," script by Alice Marble, art by Sheldon Moldoff; a four-page Florence Nightingale bio. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Suspecting Paula von Gunther of leaking military secrets, Diana and Steve visit her in prison, where Paula is aided in her subterfuge when the magic lasso accidentally falls into her hands. "Songs Without Music" two-page story starring Sweet Adeline, script and art by Art Helfant. "The Greatest Feat of Daring In Human History!", script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; When Etta's brother is attacked by spies, Wonder Woman and Etta trail them from Texas to Mexico City, where Wonder Woman fights a bullfight and stops a secret Japanese invasion of Mexico. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 2

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. Dr. Wm. Moulton Marston, H.G. Peter, Sheldon Mayer (editor of Wonder Woman), and M.C. Gaines (DC president) are introduced to the readers on inside front cover, accompanied by a photograph of the 4 men. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Mars kidnaps Steve Trevor to lure Wonder Woman to his home planet, where she secretly participates in the war tournaments while searching for Steve. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman plays baseball to help keep Holliday College open, undermining the Earl of Greed's attempt to use the school as a channel to the U.S. Treasury. Biography of Clara Barton (1821-1912), the "Angel of the Battlefield," who helped establish the Red Cross in America, script by Alice Marble, art by Sheldon Moldoff. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Framed for murder, Wonder Woman is then taken prisoner by the victim, as the Duke of Deception manipulates Hirohito to attack Hawaii. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Using her love of competition, charity, and handsome men against her, Lord Conquest captures Wonder Woman and brings her to Mars a captive slave. Two-page text story, "The Rainmaker" by Jay Marr. Wonder Woman stars in a two-page War Bonds story. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 3

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman flies to Paradise Island to celebrate Diana's Day, unaware she's brought a stowaway - one of Paula von Gunther's slave girls, intent on killing Wonder Woman and guiding a Japanese destroyer to the Amazon homeland. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Paula enslaves Steve and Wonder Woman and leads them into an underground deathtrap. "Nurse Edith Cavell," script by Alice Marble, art by Sheldon Moldoff; story of Nurse Edith Cavell (1865-1915), who helped allied soldiers escape German custody so they could rejoin the war effort. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Learning the cause of Paula's villainy, Wonder Woman travels to Nazi Germany to retrieve the Baroness' daughter from a concentration camp. "Ordeal of Fire," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; In preventing a Nazi plot to destroy a munitions factory and saving Wonder Woman's life, Paula von Gunther is redeemed and accepted into Aphrodite's service as a neophyte. Two-page Hop Harrigan text story, "The Furlough." Full-page ad for the Junior Justice Society of America fan club. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 4
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Paula von Gunther undertakes a series of Amazon tests to prove herself worthy to serve Aphrodite, and her first test: aiding Wonder Woman foil a Japanese plot to drive American women insane. "The Adventure of the Mole Men," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; In her second test, Paula must reform the Mole Men of the underworld, which she and Wonder Woman accomplish by opening the Mole Men's eyes surgically to the beauty of the girls they enslave. "The Mother of New York's East Side," script by Alice Marble, art by Sheldon Moldoff; Story of Lillian D. Wald. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; To complete the third test of Aphrodite, Paula uses her subconscious X-ray machine to understand the motives of war-profiteering rubber magnates. "Human Guinea Pig" text story starring Hop Harrigan. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Paula had passed her tests, but in failing to oversee the reformation of a slave girl and the rubber magnates, Wonder Woman has failed twice. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 5
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Battle for Womanhood," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Inspired by the Duke of Deception, Dr. Psycho tries to convince the public through sabotage and trickery that women are not suited for the war effort. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Before Etta can eat her birthday Candy Cocktail, she needs to see a dentist about her toothache, interrupting a jewel scam in the process. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; A power shift on his home planet leads Mars to conquer the Moon as a base to attack Earth. "Susan B. Anthony," script by Alice Marble, art by Sheldon Moldoff; Life story of Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906), who attained equal rights for women, and started the suffrage movement which gained women the right to vote in 1920. "Uncle Bud Saves the Day" text story starring Hop Harrigan. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Dr. Psycho, thought dead, is now free from prison and out to kill Steve and Wonder Woman, and almost accomplishes the task if not for Etta. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 6
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. 1st appearance of the Cheetah in "Wonder Woman and The Cheetah" script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Upstaged by Wonder Woman at a charity event, a jealous socialite is overtaken by her evil alter ego, dons a Cheetah hide, and attempts to frame and kill her Amazon adversary. "The Adventure of the Beauty Club," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; The Cheetah uses an exclusive beauty club as a front to learn military secrets from soldiers' families; Wonder Woman travels to the Pacific area to stop the Japanese from attacking an American base. "Hop Harrigan and the Radiosonde" text story. Women of History: four-page Madame Chiang Kai-Shek bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Sheldon Moldoff. "The Conquest of Paradise," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; The Cheetah crashes a competition between Amazons and man's world girls on Paradise Island, seeking the source of the Amazons' strength to help her defeat Wonder Woman. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 7
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Adventure of the Life Vitamin," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; While visiting Paradise Island, Wonder Woman is shown the future through the Magic Sphere, in which the Amazon Princess and Etta discovering a vitamin that will extend human life and can restore youth. "America's Wonder Women of Tomorrow!", script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; As Wonder Woman continues to view the future in the Magic Sphere, she sees Steve nominated for President in the year 3004. Realizing that Steve has been elected unfairly, as Diana Prince Wonder Woman is elected President. Women of History: four-page Joan of Arc bio, script by Alice Marble, pencils by Paul Reinman, inks by Sam Burlockoff. Join The Junior Justice Society of America ad. "The Secret Weapon," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Primal Island is overthrown in the year 3700 by Moteeva and Wonder Woman is captured by Moteeva's troops. "Davidura" text story by Hop Harrigan. "Demon of the Depths," by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Paula's daughter Gerta is a strong willed child, and will have a bad future unless Wonder Woman and Paula can make her more submissive to authority. Tootsie Roll back cover ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Great Jewel Robbery" by Rod Reed and C.C. Beck. 60 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 8

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Queen Clea's Tournament of Death," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman flies to legendary Atlantis, where two queens reign over two nations: Queen Clea of Venturia and Queen Eeras of Aurania; The women of Atlantis are giantesses, and the men (manlings) are puny weaklings. "The Girl With the Iron Mask," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; A little girl's tale of giant women parachuting from volcanoes brings Wonder Woman back to Atlantis, where Queen Clea schemes to create an army of men from the outer world. Wonder Women of History: four-page Sister Elizabeth Kenny bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Paul Reinman. "Hop Harrigan's Leaflet Raid" text story. "The Captive Queen," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Clea escapes from Transformation Island and brings a captive Wonder Woman back to Atlantis - only to become a prisoner herself when the manlings take control. Back cover Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Secret Weapon" by Rod Reed and C.C. Beck. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 9
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Evolution Goes Haywire," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; When Steve Trevor's niece is kidnapped by a gorilla, Wonder Woman captures the Gorilla and turns her over to Professor Zool, who uses his evolution machine to turn her human. "The Freed Captive," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Professor Zool's machine advances everyone to the Golden Age of Greece, but Giganta introduces evil and brings the Golden Age to an end. "Death Stalks the Convoy" text story starring Hop Harrigan / text story. Untitled story, script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; The Evolution machine brings them to Amazonia before Diana was born. Back cover Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Secret Weapon" by Rod Reed and C.C. Beck. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 10
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Spies from Saturn," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Two strange events: a girl trapped underwater in seaweed and a strange radio message that cuts across General Darnell's speech, leads Wonder Woman to discover an invasion from the planet Saturn is about to occur. Wonder Women of History: four-page Juliette Low bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Paul Reinman. "The Sky Road," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; After the sentencing of Count Saturno to 99 years imprisonment, Diana Prince and the rest of the nation wake up one morning with feelings of weakness and lassitude. "150 Mile Race to Save a Nation," art by George Roussos. "Hop Harrigan's Birthday Present" text story. "Wonder Woman's Boots," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Count Mephisto Saturno is sent back to Earth by the Emperor to capture Wonder Woman - or else! Back cover ad, "Captain Tootsie Battles Monster Man!" (art by C.C. Beck?). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 11

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Slaves of the Evil Eye," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman fights a life-and-death struggle against Hypnota and Serva, who have succeeded in stealing the secret defense plan against Saturn (in case they break the peace signed in Wonder Woman #10), and taking a number of slaves to do their bidding. Wonder Women of History: two-page Julia Ward Howe bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene. "The Unseen Menace," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Hypnota uses his strange "Blue Ray" on Serva to go to Holliday College and get her to discover where he can find Wonder Woman so that he may kill her. "Camouflage in Clay" text story starring Darby Dunaway, script by Jack Miller (as Jay Marr). "The Slave Smugglers," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; As a last-ditch effort to get at Wonder Woman, Hypnota tries to kill Saturn's ambassador in order to get the Earth involved in a war with Saturn. Two-page Thom McAn shoe ad (art by George Roussos). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 12

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. Untitled story, script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman is given the gift of magnetic hearing by Desira, Queen of Venus, and learns that a 3rd World War is being planned. "The Ordeal of Fire," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Etta and the Holliday girls are initiating new members of their sorority when one is transported to Venus and Wonder Woman must follow her. Wonder Women of History: four-page Helen Keller bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene . Two-page text story, "S.O.S. - Miami" by Lynne Lovelace. "The Conquest of Venus," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman tries to convert Velma to the ways of love and peace, but Velma succeeds in contacting a noted gangster and his men, getting them to invade and hopefully conquer Venus. Back cover ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Giant Cannon" by Rod Reed and C.C. Beck. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 13
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Icebound Maidens," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; After helping a group of Amazon girls pass their initiation rites, Wonder Woman is sent by Aphrodite to inspire a race of Venusian women to repel their enemies: the evil Seal Men, who have kidnapped Eve, daughter of Queen Desira. "The Mystery Maid," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; When Princess Lectress goes missing, Queen Eve, with Wonder Woman's help, invades Bitterland to retrieve her. Wonder Women of History: four-page Sojourner Truth bio by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene). Two-page text story, "The Man Who Hated Trees" by Jay Marr. "Slaves In the Electric Garden," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; While testing her new invention at the South Pole, Wonder Woman and Steve are captured by Seal Men and made slaves in the "Electric Garden," where they plan a revolt with the Eveland girls. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie Captures Red the Terror" (by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 14
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "In Shamrock Land Part 1: Captured By Leprechauns," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; On the trail of the Gentleman Killer, Wonder Woman and friends stumble into Shamrock Land, where the Leprechauns prove equally troublesome. Wonder Women of History: two-page Abigail Adams bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene. Two-page text story, "The Flaming Forest" by Jay Marr. "The Gentleman Killer Strikes Again" (In Shamrock Land Part 2), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; With Wonder Woman and friends hot on his trail, The Gentleman Killer escapes the underground caves and is welcomed into Shamrock Land by the oblivious Princess Elaine. "In Shamrock Land Part 3: The Conquest of Shamrock Land," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman must shake off the stupor created by magic moonbeams to oppose the Gentleman Killer, the new Prime Minister of Shamrock Land, who rules with a greedy hand. Back cover ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Hand Grenade" by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 15

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Tigeapes of Neptunia: Part 1: The First Battle of Neptunia," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Devastating earthquakes herald the arrival of Neptunia, a fragment of Neptune landing in the Pacific Ocean - but are the inhabitants friend or foe? "The Tigeapes of Neptunia: Part 2: The Masters of the Water," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Attempting to broker a peace treaty between Earth and Neptunia, Wonder Woman is captured by Solo and forced to watch her friends transformed into human robots. "Trick Dog" text story by Lynne Lovelace. "The Tigeapes of Neptunia: Part 3: In the Killer's Cage," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Suspecting subterfuge on Neptunia, Wonder Woman and Etta dress as Tigeapes to investigate, only to learn the plot is greater than they could have imagined: the Masters plan to have the Earth forced from its orbit and taken to Neptune as a moon. Wonder Women of History: four-page Evangeline Booth bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene. Back cover ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Return of Dr. Narsty" by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 16
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "In Pluto's Kingdom Part 1: The Secret of the Dark Planet," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; After a Holliday girl is abducted by King Pluto, Wonder Woman and the Holliday girls travel to the furthest planet, where the king extracts their "color bodies" to light his gloomy planet and attempts to melt Wonder Woman like a color tablet. "In Pluto's Kingdom Part 2: The River of Liquid Fire," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman and her girls pierce Pluto's underworld and fight off his forces to retrieve their "dark earth" bodies, while Pluto escapes to mount an assault on Earth. Wonder Women of History: four-page Madame Curie bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene. Two-page text story, "Dangerous Adventure" by Jim Robinson. "In Pluto's Kingdom Part 3: King Pluto's Revenge," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Pluto kidnaps Steve and extorts a dynamo from Wonder Woman, intending to light his gloomy kingdom forever and let his kidnapped girls burn out. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 17

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Winds of Time" (Part 1), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; After their friend Dr. Kurree invents a cure for cancer, but an unauthorized use kills a man, Wonder Woman and Steve time travel to ancient Rome to help the brilliant but confused scientist swept to the past by the Winds of Time, where she confronts her deceptive boyfriend in a previous lifetime. Wonder Women of History: four-page Emma Willard bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene. "The Redskins' Revenge" (The Winds of Time Part 2), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman and Steve follow Lana and the Holliday Girls to the Old West where they expose Silas Sneek, who has been cheating the Native Americans in their trading with Daniel Beene. "The Winds of Time Part 3: Subterranean Death," script by Joye Hummel, pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Carl forces Lana to sign over the rights to her cancer cure by secretly framing her for a murder and capturing Wonder Woman and the Holliday girls in a death trap. Two-page text story, "Battle of the Deep" by Jim Robinson. Two-page Tippie strip, "That's Right!" by Edwina Dumm. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Return of Dr. Nasty" (by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 18

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Return From the Dead" (Part 1), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Dr. Psycho fakes his own death and escapes from prison, then disguised as Wonder Woman, steals an new invention from military intelligence... all before the Amazon Maiden captures him and retrieves the machine. Wonder Women of History: four-page Hannah Adams bio by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene. "The Drugged WAC" (Part 2), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter; Arlene (backgrounds); Wonder Woman locates the former wife of Dr. Psycho, who is being used by him to create his ectoplasm disguises. "Ectoplasmic Death" (Part 3), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Without Marva to create his illusions, Dr. Psycho returns to prison where he contacts his former secretary, who is also capable of creating ectoplasm illusions. Two-page text story, "Unlucky Star" by Lynne Lovelace. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Wolf Hunt" by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 19
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Invisible Terror" (Part 1), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Many of the U.S. top military officers are killed by an invisible ray, and Wonder Woman discovers that Marya has been taken prisoner aboard a Nazi sub, so the Amazon Princess heads to Africa where Nazi agents plot their resurgence. Wonder Women of History: four-page Elizabeth Blackwell bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Alfonso Greene. "The Witchdoctor's Cauldron" (Part 2), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; When Wonder Woman and Marya encounter a group of African natives allied with the Nazis, they manage to rescue their slaves, the Zoogoos, who are being used to power the death ray. "Foney Fairy Tales" back-up story, script and art by Ed Wheelan. Two-page text story, "Baseball Double" by Jim Robinson. "In the Lair of the Death-Ray Criminals" (Part 3), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; To save her friends, Wonder Woman surrenders to Blitz, who uses her as a human battery to power the invisible death ray to defeat Steve before he can gather reinforcements. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 20
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Terrors of the Air" (Part 1), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Diana Prince has a strange feeling about Etta's friend Nifty, and it's not just that she's secretly an air-pirate, intent on stealing Professor Chemico's formula for harnessing nuclear power. Ton o' Fun one-page cartoon by Harry Lampert. Wonder Women of History: four-page Lucretia Mott bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Robert Sale (as Sal-Pete). "The Rage of Redbeard" (Part 2), script by Joye Hummel , art by Harry G. Peter; While the Karma Monster brings the Air Pirates to Charleston Harbor, circa 1750, where they battle Wonder Woman in an earlier incarnation as sea pirates, Paula transports Steve, Etta and the Holliday Girls back in time to aid the Amazon Princess. Wonder Women of History: four-page Lucretia Mott bio, script by Alice Marble, art by Robert Sale (as Sal-Pete).Ton o' Fun cartoon page by Harry Lampert. Two-page text story, "The Case of the Horseshoe Nail" by Jim Robinson. "The Pirates' Galley Slave" (Part 3), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman and friends are reincarnated in Ancient Rome, where they fight for their lives in the arena and on the open seas. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 21
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Mystery of the Atom World" (Part 1), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Following the test denotation of an atomic bomb, a small uranium microverse is created, which Wonder Wonder takes to Paula's lab. Wonder Women of History: three-page Annie Oakley bio, art by Robert Sale. "Tide of Atomic Fire" (Part 2), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Atomia causes Wonder Woman and her friends to shrink to microscopic size and the Neutrons take them prisoner. Two-page text story, "The Kid's Last Plight" by Charles King. "Foney Fairy Tales" back-up story. "Foney Fairy Tales" back-up story, script and art by Ed Wheelan. "The Kid's Last Plight" text story by Ted Udall (as Charles King). "Ruler of the Atom World" (Part 3), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; When Atomia causes the atomic universe to attack a small island, Wonder Woman uses the enlarging ray to bring Atomia back to full size. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 22

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Color Thief," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; In Hollywood to consult on an Amazon movie, Wonder Woman witnesses a strange malady that strikes the faces of several movie actresses: all the color disappears from their faces. Wonder Women of History: three-page Sarah Bernhardt bio, art by Robert Sale. "The Island of Evil," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; An international affairs expert seems determined to lead the country into war and get the United States out of the United Nations. Two-page text story, "The Perfect Crime" by Cliff Rhone. Rockhead McWizzard back-up story, script and art by Jack Farr. "Jealousy Visits the Winged Women of Venus," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; The Holliday Girls help Professor Astronimo complete an un-manned rocket to Venus, and a new pledge is so angry she wasn't allowed to help, she stows away the rocket and crash-lands on Venus. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Log Jam Rescue" (by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza). Red Ryder/Daisy Air Rifle back cover (art by Fred Harmon). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 23
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Siege of the Savage War Maidens," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; When the heroes of Valhalla refuse to fight, Odin orders his Valkyries to capture Amazons and transform them into Valkyries, surmising they'll be strong enough to handle the lazy men. Wonder Women of History: four-page Amelia Earhart bio, art by Robert Sale. "The Vanishing Mummy," art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls travel to Egypt, where Professor Chemico has been enslaved by a resurrected pharaoh bent on destroying the modern world with a deadly gas. "Grim Gamble" text story by John Broome (as John Osgood). Ton o' Fun cartoon by Harry Lampert. "Wonder Woman and the Coming of the Kangas," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Queen Hippolyte shows the Holliday Girls a home movie of Princess Diana on her 7th birthday, when she rallies the Amazons against an invasion by the Sky Riders of Nebulosta who are riding Kangas. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 24

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Tutine, the Tutor of Destruction," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); The Amazon Princess visits Central High School to confer awards on students doing well on their exams. Wonder Women of History: two-page Maria Mitchell bio, art by Robert Sale. "The Challenge of the Mask," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Who is the Mask?; Everyone's a suspect, even Wonder Woman herself, when a diabolical villainess affixes deadly masks to the faces of her victims. Two-page text story, "The Brave Buckaroo" by Jim Robinson. "The Curse of Montezuma," script by William Moulton Marston, pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Wonder Woman fights off a band of undersea pirates to help the heir to an Aztec treasure reclaim her shipwrecked fortune once stolen from King Montezuma by the Spanish conquistador, Cortez. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 25
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Siege of the Rykornians," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Wonder Woman, Etta and the Holliday Girls face the terror of a strange plant people, and it isn't until the Amazon Princess and Paula develop a machine capable of destroying the alien plants that the Earth is once again safe. Wonder Women of History: four-page Dolly Madison bio, art by Paul Reinman. "Who'll Adopt Teasy?", script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Wonder Woman and Myrna visit an orphanage where Myrna adopts Teasy; Meanwhile, Mryna's husband has invented a secret formula, and gives it to her to put in the family safe. Ton o' Fun cartoon by Harry Lampert. Two-page text story, "Keeper of the Snakes" by Charles King. "The Judgment of Goddess Vultura," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); After Wonder Woman shuts down a cure-all cult, led by the Purple Priestess, the villainess goes on to kidnap the daughter of the Zarikan King, then captures the Amazon Princess and brainwashes her. Back cover Red Ryder/Daisy Air Rifle ad (art by Fred Harmon). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 26
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Speed Maniacs from Mercury," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); Accidentally arriving on the planet Mercury, Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls are captured by giantesses who have enslaved their men and been driven mad by their resulting idleness. Wonder Women of History: four-page Carrie Chapman Catt bio, art by Paul Reinman. "The Mistress of the Beasts," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter; Arlene (backgrounds); A famous animal trainer uses hypnotism and her tiger slaves to extort money from faint-hearted millionaires. Out of the Gag Bag humor page by Art Helfant. Two-page text story, "Under the Waves" by Charles King. "The Golden Women and the White Star," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), pencils by Harry G. Peter, inks by Harry G. Peter and Arlene (backgrounds); A giant red planet is discovered by Army scientists emitting radiation deadly to the Earth, just as Wonder Woman receives a distress call from the King of the White Star. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 27

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Secret of the Kidnapped Dummy," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Paula builds a Diana Prince robot dummy to present an award to Wonder Woman, unaware that the ceremony will make both women targets for a gangster's revenge. Wonder Women of History: two-page Sacajawea bio, art by Robert Sale. "The Legend of Rainbow and Stardust," script by William Moulton Marston, art by Harry G. Peter; On a visit to Etta's Ranch in Texas, Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls fend off rustlers with the help of Rainbow and Stardust, two legendary horses. Two-page text story, "The Great Problem" by Ted Udall. "The Mystical Power of Idea-Forms," script by William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Panicking when Wonder Woman is sucked from the robot plane on the way to Paradise Island, Etta is reassured by Hippolyte, who shows in the Magic Sphere Wonder Woman has been taken to the past as an "idea-form" to help a young girl save her kingdom from an evil usurper. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 28

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Villainy Incorporated" (Part 1), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; As Wonder Woman brings Saturian women to Transformation Island, one of them, Eviless, escapes and gets control of Wonder Woman's magic lasso. "Trap of Crimson Flame" (Part 2), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Villainy, Inc. succeeds in capturing Queen Hippolyte and the rest of the Amazons, then summon Wonder Woman, planning to kill her and Queen Hippolyte. Wonder Women of History: two-page Elizabeth Barrett Browning bio, art by Robert Sale. Two-page text story, "Recoil" by Ted Udall. "In The Hands of the Merciless" (Part 3), script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; The four remaining members of Villainy, Inc. have fled to the man's world with Hippolyte's jewels. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 29
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Ice World's Conquest," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Professor Chemico, having created a climate changing machine, travels with the Holliday Girls to the Arctic to melt the ice caps with his machine, unaware that a race of snow people live there, and that their Prime Minister intends to use the machine to control the world. "Tale of the Tigers," script by William Moulton Marston(as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman helps the Holliday Girls when they are caught between two Irish gypsies vying for the same girl and the title of Gypsy King. Wonder Women of History: three-page Lynde Dix bio, art by Paul Reinman. "The Treasure Hunt," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; The Holliday Girls travel to Adventure Island on a treasure hunt, and are warned and threatened with death until Wonder Woman arrives to protect her friends from a vengeful ghost while on the treasure hunt. Two-page text story, "Tino Makes Good" by Charles King. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie Tames a Tornado" (art by C.C. Beck). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 30
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    • Paper: Off white to white
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Secret of the Limestone Caves," script by Joye Hummel (as Charles Moulton), art by Harry G. Peter; Olive, an Amazon trainee, learns to temper her Amazon strength with loving kindness after viewing Princess Diana in action against the Radium Giants. Wonder Women of History: three-page Lynde Dix bio, art by Paul Reinman. "The Song of the Sirens," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; The jealousy of Steve's old girlfriend turns deadly when she acquires an armlet that gives her an irresistible power over men. "A Human Bomb," art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman helps a female candidate for prison warden transform a women's prison into a model facility using Amazon methods of rehabilitation, all while fighting off the sabotage attempts of her competitor. Wonder Women of History: three-page Nellie Bly bio, art by Paul Reinman. Two-page text story, "Race to the Top of the World" by Charles King. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie Traps the Circus Culprit" (art by C.C. Beck). 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 31
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Shrinking Formula," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Shrunken to miniscule size and hunted by thugs, Wonder Woman races to complete an enlarging formula to save herself and her friends. "The Planet of Plunder," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman faces a gauntlet of trials to rescue the Holliday Girls, caught in a coup in the republic of Neptunia. Wonder Women of History: four-page Jenny Lind bio, art by Paul Reinman. Two-page text story, "You Name It" by Lee Goldsmith. "The Racketeer of Magic," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; A charlatan posing as a magician from the future uses an Amazon invention to determine how best to outwit Wonder Woman. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 32

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "Uvo of Uranus Part 1: The Amazing Global Theft," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Uvo returns to Earth to steal Uranium and get revenge on Hippolyte and the Amazons. Two-page article, "Our Amazing Calendar." One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Babe Ruth Story" (art by C.C. Beck). "Uvo of Uranus Part 2: Thunder in Space," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter. Ma Nature's Curiosity Shop filler page by Martin Naydel. "The Music of Carola," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Carola teaches everyone she meets about the power of music. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 33

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    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bernard Sachs. "The Four Dooms Part 1: Paradise Island Condemned," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; An evil inventor and her cohorts escape Transformation Island, then pose as accident victims to ambush the Amazons. "The Four Dooms Part 2: The Titanic Trials," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; The Amazons are brought to Inventa's island, Cadmea, where Wonder Woman must overcome the trial of the four dooms to prevent the execution of the her mother and sister Amazons. Wonder Women of History: three-page Annie Jump Cannon bio by Julius Schwartz, pencils by Paul Reinman, inks by Bernard Sachs. Two-page text article, "The Magestic Giant" by Charles King. "The Menace of Murkton," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman investigates the disappearance of busloads of strongmen, uncovering a plot to destroy the Earth so a nearby planetoid will get more sunlight. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 34

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    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bernard Sachs. "The Mystery of the Rhyming Riddle Ch. 1: Deception Strikes Again," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; With an incomplete riddle as their only clue, Wonder Woman and Steve go on a search through time for the missing Holliday College, unaware they're being misled by the Duke of Deception. Miss Beverly Hills of Hollywood ad. "The Mystery of the Rhyming Riddle Ch. 2: The Phantasms of Deception," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman travels to the planet Mars in pursuit of Holliday College, where she is lured to the arena by the Duke of Deception. Wonder Women of History: three-page Alice Freeman Palmer bio by Julius Schwartz, art by Paul Reinman. Two-page text article, "Holiday for Sweethearts" by Jules Black. "The Mystery of the Rhyming Riddle: Chapter 3," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; To find Holliday College, Wonder Woman must solve Mars' final riddle, or become his slave forever. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 35
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    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bernard Sachs. "Nine Lives Club," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; A stuntman organizes publicity stunts to cover up his crime career. "Jaxo, Master of Thought," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Dirk Jaxo's invention blocks brain waves and makes people lose control of their actions. Wonder Women of History: four-page Fanny Burney bio, art by Paul Reinman. Two-page article, "Rings on Your Fingers." "The Stolen Forest," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; An unscrupulous lumberer threatens the home of the Leprechauns. Wonder Woman Contest Winners. Junior Justice Society of America page; Dr. Mid-Nite sends an important secret code message to JJSA members. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 36
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    Wonder Woman stars in "The Girl Who Saved Paradise Island," "Wonder Woman's Double" and "The Return of the Flying Saucers!" Art and cover by Harry G. Peter. Two-page article, "The Kid and the Clock." One-page Tootsie-Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Mysterious Plan" (art by C.C. Beck). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 37

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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Riddle of the Chinese Mummy Case," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; To solve the mystery of an Amazon artifact, Wonder Woman travels to ancient China, where she meets Chinese Amazons and helps them defeat Barbarian invaders. "The Fatal Beauty," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; When Steve breaks off with Wonder Woman and takes up with actress Lorelei Lorn, Wonder Woman's heart is tested when she's assigned to protect Lorelei from the Gasher Jewel Gang. Wonder Women of History: two-page Bethenia Owens bio by Julius Schwartz, art by Paul Reinman. "The Secrets of Circe," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman travels to the enchanted island planet of Sorca, where Circe has captured Steve and his crew and turned them into animals. Two-page article. "The Friendly Fruit." One-page Wheaties ad features baseball legend Stan Musial. Smokey the Fire-Preventing Bear Comes to the Rescue of Peter Porkchops public service announcement by Jack Schiff, art by Rube Grossman. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 38
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    Cover by Harry G. Peter. "The Girl from Yesterday," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman gets involved with a woman whose aunt has kept her living in the past. "Wonder Woman Captures the Moon," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter. Wonder Women of History: three-page Hannah Moore bio by Julius Schwartz, pencils by Arthur F. Peddy, inks by Bernard Sachs. Two-page article, "Music Makers." "The Five Tasks of Thomas Tighe," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman must help the Holliday Girls succeed at five tasks where men have failed in order to secure a million dollars for the Holliday College scholarship fund from a misogynist. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie Saves the Day," art by C.C. Beck. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 39

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    Wonder Woman stars in "The Trail of Thrills," "The Modern Midas," and "A Day in the Life of Wonder Woman." Art by Harry G. Peter. Wonder Women of History: two-page Mumtaz Mahal bio. Two-page article, "Fur Facts." Superboy stars in a one-page public service announcement, "Give Your Town a Present!" Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 40

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    Wonder Woman stars in "Hollywood Goes to Paradise Island" (a two-part story) and "Passengers of Fate!" Art by Harry G. Peter. Wonder Women of History: two-page bio of Margrete, Queen of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Two-page article, "Curious Lakes of the World." Wonder Woman stars in a one-page public service announcement, "It's Fun to be Healthy!" One-page DC comics ad featuring depictions of Alan Ladd, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Bob Hope, Dale Evans, and Jimmy Wakely. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 41

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    Wonder Woman stars in "Wonder Woman, Private Detective," "Wonder Woman vs. Wonder Woman," and "The Trial of Steve Trevor!" Art by Harry G. Peter. Wonder Women of History: three-page Vinnie Ream Hoxie bio. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 42
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    Wonder Woman stars in "Danger on the Speedway," "The Mystery of the Missing Monday," and "The Strange Case of Convict 490012." Art by Harry G. Peter. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 43
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    Wonder Woman stars in "Amazing Spy Ring Mystery," "Nuclear Returns," and "Who Killed Col. South!" Art by Harry G. Peter. Wonder Women of History: three-page Myra Colby Bradwell bio. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 44

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    Cover by Irwin Hasen. "The Monarch of the Sargasso Sea" (chapter one), script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter ; Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls are captured in the Sargasso Sea by Master De Stroyer who has enslaved the Sargasso Sea Kingdom. "Chapter 2: Wonder Woman's Decision," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Dangeress forces Wonder Woman to help her steal an atomic motor. Wonder Women of History: four-page Mary Slessor bio by Julius Schwartz, art by Paul Reinman. "The Astonishing Mr. Franklin" text article by William Irwin. "Chapter 3: The Final Battle of the Sargasso Sea," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 45

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    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bernard Sachs. "The Wonder Woman Story," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; A female reporter gets the scoop that will win her a job at the Daily Globe over her male rival - the secret story of Wonder Woman and the Amazons. "Wonder Woman Story Part 2: Act of Treachery," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; As Mary Ellen observes the early days of the Amazons and Wonder Woman's origin, her male rival tracks her to Paradise Island, where his reckless flying threatens the Amazons. Wonder Women of History: two-page Helene Kottauer bio by Julius Schwartz, pencils by Robert Oksner, inks by John Giunta. "The Amazon and the Leprechaun," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; A leprechaun wins a scholarship to Holliday College, and Wonder Woman, as acting dean, must endure his pranks while protecting him from gangsters attempting to steal his pot of gold. "Gentlemen Be Seated" text story. "Wonder Woman - Western Whirlwind," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman and the Holliday girls travel to the "New West" for a wedding that may be cancelled when the groom's father is suspected of resuming his career as a stagecoach robber. Superboy stars in a one-page public service announcement, "How to Bring Christmas Cheer." 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 46
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    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #0313865023
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.85) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • REMAINDERED COPY. Interior is complete. Cover detached.

    Wonder Woman stars in "The Trail of the Lost Hours," "The Moon of Peril," and "Wonder Woman's Twin!" Art by Harry G. Peter? Wonder Women of History: three-page Harriet Quimby bio. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 47
    • Cover detached at one staple, pieces of tape along spine.

    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bernard Sachs. "World Below the North Pole," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Steve Trevor is lost in the polar regions when he comes upon an outpost of Atlantis hidden in the ice. Jerry The Jitterbug humor page by Henry Boltinoff. Wonder Women of History: two-page Lady Hestor Stanhope bio by Julius Schwartz, art by John Giunta. "Mystery of the Indian Totem Pole," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; When a museum purchase a 150 year old totem pole that has an image of Wonder Woman on it, Diana is forced to investigate. "The Pen and the Sword" text story. "The Bridge From Mars," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; When Wonder Woman escorts two JJSA members to Washington, D.C. they find the city has been enclosed in a funnel from space that goes all the way to Mars. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 48
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($10.14) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • Staple rust/migration.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.85) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • INCOMPLETE. Multiple pages missing. Interrupts art and story.

    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bernard Sachs. "Wonder Woman Vs. Robot Woman," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Elektro builds a Wonder Woman robot and uses it for crime. "The Treasure of Captain Storm," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter. "Giants on the Earth," script by Julius Schwartz, art by Raymond Perry. Wonder Women of History: two-page Anne Dacier bio by Julius Schwartz, art by John Giunta. "The Theft of the Robot Plane," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Criminals gain control of Wonder Woman's Robot plane by taping her voice commands. Peg humor page by Henry Boltinoff. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 49

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    Cover pencils by Irwin Hasen, inks by Bernard Sachs. "Return of the Phantom Empire," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Paradise Island finds itself at war with the land of Mu from 90 centuries ago! Jerry The Jitterbug humor page by Henry Boltinoff. "Little Miss Wonder Woman," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman adopts a little girl who has lost her parents. Wonder Women of History: two-page Emilja Plater bio by Julius Schwartz, art by John Giunta. "Happy Landing" text story. "The Mystery of the Magic Typewriter," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter Wonder Woman vs. leprechaun Moon O'Day; story used in Fredric Wertham's "Seduction of the Innocent." 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 50

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    Wonder Woman stars in "Menace of the Master Spy" and "The Secret Story of Wonder Woman's Lasso!" Art by Harry G. Peter? Wonder Women of History: two-page Ellen Swallow Richards. Romance, Inc. story, "Heartbreak for Amy!" Superman stars in a one-page public service announcement, "The World is Our Schoolroom!" Cover price $0.10.