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  • Issue #301
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 301

    Cover pencils by Ed Hannigan, inks by Dick Giordano. "Dark Challenger," script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Wonder Woman introduces Sofia to the physical and philosophical rigors of Amazon training until a startling apparition intrudes. "A Little Learning," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Larry Mahlstedt; Answering questions at a school about the life of a lawyer, Helena can't help reflect on her other career, as the Huntress. Letters to the editor from letter hack T.M. Maple and Popeye expert Fred Grandinetti. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #302
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 302

    Cover pencils by Ed Hannigan, inks by Dick Giordano. "Victory!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Wonder Woman battles her way from an underground prison as the Amazons fight to keep Artemis from her intended prey - Hippolyta. "Dying to Take You Away!", script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Mike DeCarlo, inks by Tony DeZuniga; The Huntress gets some bad publicity after leaving the scene of a bank robbery with the perpetrator dead. Statement of ownership - average print run 242,052; average paid circulation 94,605. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #303
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 303

    Cover by Gil Kane. "Mystery of the Magnetic Menace!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Testing a new flight navigation system, Diana Prince and her colleagues are assailed by Doctor Polaris, the master of magnetism. "Undertakings," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Mike DeCarlo, inks by Tony DeZuniga; The Huntress learns what actually happened to the villain she's thought to have killed, and just might share his fate. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #304
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 304

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    Cover by Gil Kane. "Polaris Means Peril!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Doctor Polaris threatens to send the world off its axis if Green Lantern doesn't face him - so Wonder Woman arranges for a substitute. "Last Rites!", script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Mike DeCarlo inks by Pablo Marcos; For the Huntress, it's out of the frying pan, into the fire. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #305
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 305

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    Cover by Gil Kane. 1st appearance of Circe in "The Day of the Man-Beasts!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Diana and Etta's carefree day cycling around Washington is interrupted by attacks from men turned to beasts, alerting Wonder Woman to the identity of her recent, unseen antagonist - Circe. "Straitjacket!", script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Michael Bair (as Michael Hernandez), inks by Rick Bryant; The Huntress is checked into Arkham Asylum, where the staff is crazier than the inmates. Wonder Woman pin-up by Hernandez/Bryant. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #306
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 306

    Cover pencils by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, inks by Dick Giordano. "Secrets and Suspicions!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; When Steve starts being secretive to both Wonder Woman and Diana Prince, Diana has second thoughts about revealing her dual identity to him. "It's... Madness!", script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Michael Bair (as Michael Hernandez), inks by Rick Bryant; As the Arkham inmates riot, the Huntress has a chance to escape - but does she? Star Frontiers (TSR) game ad with art by Larry Elmore. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #307
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 307

    Cover by Gil Kane. "Vulcan's Daggers!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Sal Trapani; Aegeus returns with new benefactors - a god who provides new Olympian artifacts, and a politician attempting to influence US-Soviet relations. "Side Effects," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Michael Bair (as Michael Hernandez), inks by Frank Giacoia; Injected with a powerful hallucinogenic, the Huntress confronts her fears - the insurmountable legacy of her father, and the dark side of her mother; Cameos by Batman, Catwoman, the Joker, and - yes - Marvel's Doctor Strange! 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #308
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 308

    The Black Canary - possessed! And her first victims will be the Amazing Amazon and the Elongated Man in "Heritage"! Written by Dan Mishkin, with art by Don Heck. Characters: Justice League of America [JLA; Wonder Woman; Black Canary (guest star); Elongated Man (guest star)]; Hippolyta; Etta Candy; The Gods [Aphrodite; Athena]; General Darnell; Major Keith Griggs; Sofia. Plus: the 7-page Huntress story "Pressure." Written by Joey Cavalieri, with art by Michael Hernandez and Frank Giacoia. Characters: Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Gary Minelli; Professor Fether (villain); Doctor Tarr (villain); Nedra Borrower; Commissioner O'Hara; Harry Sims. Cover by Ross Andru and Dick Giordano. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #309
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 309

    Last 60-cent cover price. Cover pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Dick Giordano. "The Black Canary Is Dead!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; Karl Schlagel threatens to use the harnessed psychic power of his captive children against the American military, and Zenna Percik transfers her mind out of the Black Canarys body into Wonder Womans to stop him. "Black Market," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Tim Burgard, inks by Rodin Rodriguez; Huntress vs. Earthworm. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #310
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 310

    First 75-cent cover price. Cover pencils by Howard Bender, inks by Dick Giordano. "All's Fair," script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Mark Beachum, inks by Pablo Marcos; When Black Canary thinks that Wonder Woman should not reveal her secret identity to Steve Trevor as she is contemplating doing, she tells Dinah the story of how, in ancient times, Artemis, the first Wonder Woman, fell into a trap of Aress and was corrupted by not confessing her love for Cleon, a Greek soldier. "Avenue XX," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Tim Burgard, inks by Rodin Rodriguez; Huntress vs. Earthworm. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #311
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 311

    Cover pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Dick Giordano. "Gremlins!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are taken to an island in the sky when their planes are disabled by gremlins. "Crocodile Tears," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Tim Burgard, inks by Mike DeCarlo; Huntress vs. Earthworm. Letter to the editor from T.M. Maple. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #312
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 312

    Cover by Gil Kane. "Escape!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor learn the Gremlins history and attempt to retrieve the Robot Plane from them before the Gremlins mother-craft returns to the stars. "The Voice of the People," script by Joey Cavalieri, art by Dan Spiegle; Huntress vs. Earthworm. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #313
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 313

    Circe returns--as all her man-beasts stalk a helpless Amazon in "The Animal Within!" Written by Dan Mishkin, with art by Don Heck. Characters: Wonder Woman; Major Keith Griggs; Circe (villain); Hippolyta; Etta Candy; Steve Trevor; General Darnell; Sofia; Paula. Plus: the 7-page Huntress story "The Worm Turns." Written by Joey Cavalieri, with art by Tim Burgard and Gary Martin. Characters: Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Terry Marsh; Earthworm (villain). Cover by Ed Hannigan and Dick Giordano. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #314
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 314

    Cover by Gil Kane. "The Nature of the Beast!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; Wonder Woman continues to battle Circe, but manages to free her man-beasts from their animalizing spell; Then Circe disappears into a mirror, and Wonder Woman discovers her true foe is the god Tezcatlipoca. Huntress backup story, "Life Is for the Lion-Hearted!," script by Joey Cavalieri, art by Mark Beach. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #315
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 315

    Cover pencils by Paris Cullins, inks by Dick Giordano. "The Face in the Mirror!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; Tezcatlipoca transforms Wonder Woman back into a non-powered Diana Price, who nonetheless goes against him with the help of Keith Griggs. Huntress backup story, "Chasing Rainbows," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Mark Beachum, inks by Gary Martin. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #316
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 316

    Cover by Ed Barreto. "The Chaos Game!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; Wonder Woman fights Tezcatlipoca, freeing the Amazons of South America from his mental domination and finally defeating the god when she shatters an image which bound him to his mortal host; The Amazons ask Wonder Woman if she is really Artemis, and tell her that Hippolyta told them she was dead, but that the queen has lied before; Wonder Woman asks for answers from the women. "The Roar of the Ocean!", script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Mark Beachum, inks by Gary Martin; Huntress vs. Sea Lion. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #317
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 317

    Cover by Ed Barreto. "Amazons!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Rick Magyar; Sofia Constantinas is mesmerized into entering the gates of the Underworld, but Steve Trevor and Glitch manage to free her; Meanwhile, Wonder Woman learns from Atalanta, the queen of the South American Amazons, that Hippolyta was given her onus by Aphrodite to teach her how to love, though she refused to do so until the birth of Diana. "On the Trail of the Nightingale," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Mark Beachum, inks by Gary Martin; Huntress vs. Nightingale. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #318
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 318

    Cover by Ed Barreto. "Paradise Burning!", script by Kurt Busiek, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Rick Magyar; Wonder Woman is transported to the 63rd Century to save the Amazons from a race of pig-men who have inhabited their island, and from their abandonment of Aphrodites ways. "Knee of the Idol," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Mark Beachum, inks by Stan Woch; Huntress vs. Nightingale. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #319
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 319

    Cover by Ed Barreto. "Diana Prince: Traitor!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Rick Magyar; Disguised as Diana Prince, Dr. Cyber steals the launch codes for Americas nuclear missiles. "The Ozymandias Solution," script by Joey Cavalieri, art by Stan Woch; Huntress vs. Nightingale, who is revealed to be Seiji Kato. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #320
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 320

    Cover by Ed Barreto. "Launch on Warning!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Rick Magyar; Wonder Woman tours a nuclear sub off course, causing the captain to reconsider his order to loose nuclear missiles at Russia; Sofia Constantinos finds herself prisoner of Dr. Cyber, who intends to implant her brain within Sofias body; Diana returns to Washington, convinces Keith Griggs that the "Diana" who stole missile codes was really Dr. Cyber in disguise, and then, as Wonder Woman, breaks into Cybers stronghold, which Steve Trevor and Glitch have already infiltrated; Steve and Wonder Woman battle Cyber. "Flashbacks," script by Joey Cavalieri, art by Stan Woch; Huntress backup story with Tom Kelly and June Moorman. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #321
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 321

    Cover by Ed Barreto. "Doctor Cyber's Revenge!", script by Dan Mishkin, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Rick Magyar; Eros frees Wonder Woman from the wire trap and joins her in her battle against Dr. Cyber, vowing vengeance against her, though she claims she does not even know him; Along the way, the Amazon learns from Steve that her memories have been tampered with, partly by accident and partly because of Hippolyta; Eros tries to destroy Cyber, but is yanked from the villainesss sky-craft by Wonder Woman shortly before the vehicle crashes and blows up. "The Final Blackout," script by Joey Cavalieri, pencils by Rod Whigham, inks by Rick Magyar; Above in his satellite orbiting Earth-2 the Monitor wonders why the Huntress faces trial after trial alone, without superpowers or aid. Lyla replies (to herself) she obviously values her independence and freedom. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #322
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 322

    The real Steve Trevor's mind is merged with that of the current Steve Trevor in "Bid Time Return!" Written by Dan Mishkin, with art by Don Heck and Rick Magyar. Characters: Wonder Woman; Etta Candy; Steve Trevor; Dr. Cyber (villain); Eros; Hippolyta; Glitch (named); Gardner Grayle; Sofia; Aphrodite; Major Keith Griggs; General Darnell; Lisa Abernathy; Eloise Abernathy; Etta Candy; Paula. Cover by Eduardo Barreto. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #323
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 323

    For one night only! Etta Candy is the Princess of Power in "Night of Many Wonders." Poor Etta! Written by Dan Mishkin, with art by Don Heck. Characters: Wonder Woman; Dr. Psycho [also as Captain Wonder]; Silver Swan; Cheetah; Etta Candy [also as Wonder Etta]; Angle Man; Howard Huckaby; Steve Trevor; Monitor (cameo); Lyla [Harbinger] (cameo); Lisa Abernathy; Senator Abernathy; Eloise Abernathy; Glitch; Gardner Grayle; Major Keith Griggs. Cover by Eduardo Barreto. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #324
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 324

    You've seen him here first! The new Atomic Knight! Only--Wonder Woman defies his very first mission in "The Cassandra Complex"! Written by Dan Mishkin, with art by Don Heck. Characters: Wonder Woman; Atomic Knight [Gardner Grayle] (intro); Steve Trevor; Glitch; Hippolyta; Lisa Abernathy; Etta Candy; Cassandra; Major Keith Griggs; General Darnell; Eloise Abernathy; Paula; Sofia. Cover by Paris Cullins and Romeo Tanghal. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #325
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 325
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    Cover pencils by Paris Cullins, inks by Murphy Anderson. "The Gremlin from the Kremlin!", script by Dan Mishkin, art by Don Heck; While Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor strive to overcome the Ytirflirks and destroy a bomb trigger mechanism in an alien spacecraft, the Atomic Knight and a Russian soldier search for a bomb in the Kremlin that could destroy the Earths atmosphere. Statement of ownership - average print run 172.868; average paid circulation 51,001. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #326
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 326

    Cover pencils by Paris Cullins, inks by Rick Magyar. "Tropidor Heat," script by Mindy Newell, art by Don Heck; Wonder Woman follows Keith Griggs and Lauren Haley to the Central American nation of Tropidor on an investigative mission, and turns up Tezcatlipoca. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #327
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 327

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    Crisis on Infinite Earths cross-over. Earth, besieged by the Crisis, is the scene for Wonder Woman's final confrontation with Tezcatlipoca. Written by Mindy Newell, with art by Don Heck. Cover by Eduardo Barreto. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #328
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 328

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    Crisis on Infinite Earths cross-over. The Senate probes General Darnell's irregular intervention in foreign affairs. Meanwhile, Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, is dethroned on a wasteland known as Paradise Island! Mindy Newell dreamed up the tale, with extraordinary art by Don Heck and Pablo Marcos and a cover by Joe Brozowski and Dick Giordano. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #329
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 329

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    Crisis crossover. 48 pages. Last issue in this series. Cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. "Of Gods and Men," script by Gerry Conway, art by Don Heck; After meeting with both the Anti-Monitor and Mars, Hades agrees to help his newfound allies against the Olympian gods and Amazons; On Paradise Island, despite Wonder Womans encouragement, Hippolyte sees devastation and refuses to try to continue; But Kore appears to both Amazons and tells them Hades, her husband, has fallen in with the Anti-Monitor, and both of them will find no respite in the underworld; At that point, the dead Amazons are reanimated by Hades, turned into zombies, and sent against Hippolyte, Wonder Woman, and Kore, but Diana defeats them and Kore sends them back to Hadess realm. On Earth, Lauren Haley dies as she falls in a crevasse; Wonder Woman returns to Washington, D.C. and reunites with Steve Trevor; They kiss, embrace, and declare their love for each other, leaving Etta alone with Howard; Howard admits he is in love with Etta, and she says that she has a feeling they will never see Wonder Woman or Steve again; Steve heads for Olympus with Wonder Woman in the Robot Plane; On Olympus, Wonder Woman, Steve, and Hippolytas Amazons face Mars and his zombie legions. 52 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.25.