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Wonder Woman

For a look behind the scenes of Greg’s run on Wonder Woman, check out some sketches by Drew Johnson with notes by Greg.

Wonder Woman 226

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

February 2006

Art by Cliff Richards and Ray Snyder; Cover by J.G. Jones.

With the universe in turmoil, Diana prepares to face her ultimate challenge. Looking back on her relationship with Superman from the way it began to its recent turmoil, will she find a way to rebuild what she’s lost?

Greg’s final issue.

Wonder Woman 225

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

January 2006

Art by Cliff Richards; Cover by J.G. Jones.

Her mission a failure, the life she’s known in ruins, and the universe literally being torn apart, Wonder Woman faces an uncertain future. Can she wrest victory from crushing defeat?

Wonder Woman 224

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

December 2005

Art by Rags Morales; Cover by J.G. Jones.

In the wake of Infinite Crisis #3, Wonder Woman’s world has been irrevocably changed. With OMACs attacking and her friends deserting her, how will she triumph? And how can she stop the OMACs without killing the innocent humans inside?

Wonder Woman 223

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

November 2005

Art by Rags Morales; Cover by J.G. Jones.

As the events of Infinite Crisis heat up, Paradise Island comes under attack by OMACs. But even with Wonder Woman’s help, the Amazons must make a fateful decision. one that will change Diana’s life, and mission, forever.

Wonder Woman 222

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

October 2005

Art by Rags Morales & Mark Propst; Cover by J.G. Jones.

In the aftermath of DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy, Donna seeks out Wonder Woman and finds her and Supergirl in the middle of a fight with Villians United’s Cheetah. But it’s Donna’s meeting with Supergirl that will have surprising ramifications for all three heroines. Is this a harbinger of things to come? Plus, Wonder Woman makes a decision that she’s been building to for months…but will someone else beat her to the punch?

Wonder Woman 221

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

September 2005

Art by Rags Morales and Mark Propst; Cover by J.G. Jones.

In the aftermath of the recent events which have shaken the DCU, Wonder Woman goes on global patrol, saving lives and spreading her message of peace wherever she can. But Brother I and the Omac Project have other plans…

Wonder Woman 220

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

August 2005

Art by Rags Morales and Mark Propst; Cover by J.G. Jones.

In the wake of last month’s “Sacrifice” crossover, Wonder Woman must face the consequences of her history-making encounter with the Man of Steel. But when Checkmate gets involved, will it be to hurt Diana or help her?

Wonder Woman 219

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

July 2005

Art by Rags Morales & Michael Bair; Cover by J.G. Jones.

The 4-part “Sacrifice” leaps from the Superman titles to its stunning conclusion in WONDER WOMAN, as the Man of Steel turns his attention toward an unexpected enemy. But with Wonder Woman deadset against Superman’s plan to even the score, the two heroes collide in an event that will send shock waves throughout the DCU.

Wonder Woman 218

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

July 2005

Art by Rags Morales and Michael Bair; Cover by J.G. Jones.

The events of Countdown begin to bear down on the Amazon Princess. The Amazon Warrior has returned from the Underworld, seemingly triumphant in her mission for Athena but a lot has changed in her absence. A new challenge is drawing near, and Wonder Woman’s response will shake the DCU to its core.

Wonder Woman 217

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

June 2005

Art by Rags Morales and Michael Bair; Cover by J.G. Jones.

The second of two issues concluding “The Bronze Doors” where they close with a bang as Diana’s quest comes to an unexpected end. Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl are on a mission into the Ancient Greek lands of the dead. Will our heroines return unscathed? And what reward will Diana demand for her service?

Wonder Woman 216

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

May 2005

Art by Rags Morales and Michael Bair; Cover by J.G. Jones.

First of two issues concluding “The Bronze Doors”. The Teen Titans’ Wonder Girl guests in a story that finds the blinded Diana going into the depths of Hell in search of a valuable prize.

Wonder Woman 215

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

April 2005

Art by Rags Morales and Michael Bair; Cover by J.G. Jones.

The IDENTITY CRISIS art team of Rags Morales and Michael Bair joins writer Greg Rucka for a 3-part story that takes Wonder Woman from the streets of New York to the Land of the Dead. In “Tartarus,” the goddess Athena sends Wonder Woman on a journey to retrieve something believed lost to the Olympian Gods forever. Joined by Wonder Girl and Ferdinand the minotaur, Wonder Woman must face unimagined peril to complete her mission. But should she succeed, what will Diana ask in return from the all-seeing Goddess of Wisdom? Plus, a hint of the fate of Donna Troy is revealed as an exciting new chapter in the saga of the Amazing Amazon begins.

Wonder Woman 214

Art by Drew Johnson

Art by Drew Johnson

March 2005

Art and cover by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder.

The Flash guest-stars in the conclusion of the 2-part crossover “Truth or Dare” that began in The Flash 219. The Cheetah has joined forces with Flash-foe Zoom, and the need for speed has turned her into an even deadlier threat for Wonder Woman. Will Diana’s blindness—and tensions with the Flash—turn the tide of battle?

Wonder Woman 213

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

February 2005

Art by James Raiz and Ray Snyder; Cover by J.G. Jones.

It’s war on Olympus as Wonder Woman is embroiled in the battle between Zeus and Athena. With her gods as an audience, Diana must face the threat of Zeus’ bodyguard—the fifty-headed, hundred-armed monster called Briareos.

Wonder Woman 212

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

January 2005

Art by James Raiz & Ray Snyder

Cover by J.G. Jones

The JLA guest-stars in an issue featuring pencils by James Raiz (TOKYO STORMWARNING)! With Wonder Woman transformed by the battle with Medousa, the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes worry that she’s no longer fit to serve in their company. Will Diana have to defeat her friends to prove herself?

Wonder Woman 211

Art by Dave Johnson

Art by Dave Johnson

December 2004

Art by Sean Phillips

Cover by Drew Johnson & Ray Snyder

Wonder Woman deals with shocking repercussions in a stand-alone issue featuring art by Sean Phillips (SLEEPER)! As the Embassy staff mourns the tragic loss they suffered at the hands of Medousa, Diana must face the realization that things have irrevocably changed for her and her allies.

Wonder Woman 210

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

November 2004

Art by Drew Johnson & Ray Snyder

Cover by J.G. Jones

It’s the action-packed conclusion of “Stoned,” as the Amazing Amazon faces Medousa with the whole world watching! As her deadliest foe threatens to petrify millions with a single glance, WW adopts a unique strategy – one with serious repercussions!

Wonder Woman 209

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

October 2004

Art by Drew Johnson & Ray Snyder

Cover by J.G. Jones

Medousa launches an attack on Wonder Woman’s embassy as “Stoned” nears its petrifying conclusion! When those closest to Diana are caught off-guard, who will pay the price for Medousa’s blood-lust? And what surprising ally will rise to the challenge?

Wonder Woman 208

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

September 2004

“Stoned, Part Three of Five,” art by Drew Johnson.

Diana attends a State Dinner at the White House along with the Themysciran Heads of State in an attempt to diffuse the rising tensions between the U.S. and Themyscira. Artemis and the President don’t like each other. Diana sees an old friend. Then Medousa crashes the party, turns Secret Service Agents to stone, and then things get really bad. I don’t want to say more because I don’t want to give anything away, but I’ll say this much…what starts in 208 ends in 210, and changes everything to follow.

Wonder Woman 207

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

August 2004

Art by Drew Johnson & Ray Snyder

Painted cover by J.G. Jones

Medousa has returned in Part 2 of “Stoned” in need of an ally – will Veronica Cale be able to help her destroy their common foe? Meanwhile, tensions mount between the U.S. and Themyscira, and an enemy of Wonder Woman finds an unusual way to reach out and touch the Amazing Amazon.

Wonder Woman 206

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

July 2004

Art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; painted cover by J.G. Jones

In stores July 21. Part 1 of the 5-part “Stoned,” featuring the return of Medousa! Resurrected from the dead, Medousa goes forth to turn Diana – most favored of the Greek gods – to stone. But the modern world may require her to find allies in her mission. Plus, as Wonder Woman investigates Vanessa’s transformation into the upgraded Silver Swan, she discovers evidence that another old foe has unexpectedly returned.

Wonder Woman 205

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

June 2004

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; painted cover by J.G. Jones

In stores June 23. In the conclusion to “Bitter Pills,” Wonder Woman at last confronts her greatest foe, but there’s more to Veronica Cale than meets the eye! And while ancient powers are enlisted to battle Diana, setting the stage for an epic confrontation, an unexpected player appears in the midst of the battle at Cale’s headquarters.

Wonder Woman 204

Art by Matt Wagner

Art by Matt Wagner

May 2004

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; painted cover by Matt Wagner

In stores May 19. Batman guest-stars in an issue featuring a TRINITY-themed cover by Matt Wagner, part of a trio that includes with ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #628 and BATMAN #628! As “Bitter Pills” continues, Diana’s search for help with the Silver Swan leads her to the same destination as Batman’s investigation of the Keyes murder: Veronica Cale. But there’s something in Cale’s closet that will have unexpected consequences for Wonder Woman in a shocking surprise ending!

Wonder Woman 203

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

April 2004

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; painted cover by J.G. Jones

In stores April 21. Part 1 of the 3-part “Bitter Pills,” guest-starring Batman! Diana’s new responsibilities in the wake of the events of “Down to Earth” leave her little time to investigate the murder that took place literally, on her doorstep. When the Dark Knight lends a hand, will the villainy of Veronica Cale finally be brought to light? For more information, see the feature article.

Wonder Woman 202

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

March 2004

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Stephen Sadowski and Andrew Currie; painted cover by J.G. Jones

In stores March 17. The secrets of Wonder Woman’s newest foe are revealed in a startling issue featuring art by Stephen Sadowski (JSA, Avengers) and Andrew Currie (Avengers)! Veronica Cale had a plan to discredit Wonder Woman, but she was betrayed. Now Cale is going to close the leak…permanently. Why does Cale hate Diana so intensely? The answers unfold here!

Wonder Woman 201

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

February 2004

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Shane Davis and Ray Snyder; painted cover by J.G. Jones

In stores February 18. A stand-alone issue finds Wonder Woman faced with the devastation that has befallen Themyscira! In the aftermath of “Down to Earth,” what new mission must Diana undertake for her people? The answer will have major implications for the DC Universe. A stunning issue featuring pencils by guest-artist Shane Davis (NIGHTWING, JLA-Z)!

Wonder Woman 200

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

January 2004

Written by Greg Rucka, Robert Rodi, Nunzio DiFillipis and Christina Weir; art by Drew Johnson, Eric Shanower, Linda Medley, Rick Burchett, Ty Templeton, Ray Snyder, Eduardo Risso, Steve Rude, Walter Simonson, and Ray Snyder; painted cover by J.G. Jones

In stores January 28. The earth-shaking conclusion to “Down to Earth” headlines a double-sized celebration of the Amazing Amazon! As Veronica Cale unleashes an upgraded version of one of Diana’s deadliest foes, Ares’ machinations on Olympus cause an astonishing change to the lives of all the Amazons of Themyscira! Plus, excerpts from Wonder Woman’s book (illustrated by Eric Shanower); a retelling of an ancient myth that sets up the next continued story (illustrated by Linda Medley); a Golden Age-style WW story by Robert Rodi and Rick Burchett; and a Silver Age-style story by Nunzio DiFillipis and Christina Weir with art by Ty Templeton. Rounding out the issue are pinups by John Cassaday, Eduardo Risso, Steve Rude, J.H. Williams III and Mick Gray and Walter Simonson.

Wonder Woman 199

Art by Phil Noto

Art by Phil Noto

December 2003

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; cover by Phil Noto

In stores December 24. Diana confronts her greatest enemy face-to-face as “Down to Earth” nears its explosive conclusion! And while conflict on Olympus threatens to shake the foundations of Wonder Woman’s life, mortal forces conspire to bring her down once and for all.

Wonder Woman 198

Art by Phil Noto

Art by Phil Noto

November 2003

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; cover by Phil Noto

In stores November 19. Part 3 of “Down to Earth” finds Diana’s enemies attacking ever closer to Wonder Woman and her friends! As the gods themselves respond to Wonder Woman’s book, Diana’s earthbound foes mount offensives of their own. And while her allies attempt to protect her reputation, Wonder Woman makes the shocking discovery that one of her dearest friends has been abducted!

Wonder Woman 197

Art by Adam Hughes

Art by Adam Hughes

October 2003

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; cover by Adam Hughes

In stores October 22. The Flash makes a cameo appearance in Part 2 of the incendiary 5-part story “Down to Earth!” Touring to promote her long-anticipated project, Diana encounters a raging forest fire – but why does she refuse the help of the Fastest Man Alive? And one of Wonder Woman’s greatest foes makes an unexpected appearance on Themyscira…but what is he doing there?

Wonder Woman 196

Art by Adam Hughes

Art by Adam Hughes

September 2003

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; cover by Adam Hughes

In stores September 17. Part 1 of the 5-part “Down to Earth,” the first extended storyline from the new creative team of Greg Rucka, Drew Johnson, and Ray Snyder! The project Wonder Woman has been working on since her arrival in Patriarch’s World is finally revealed, giving new ammunition to Diana’s foes, on Earth and Olympus itself! Featuring guest-appearances by Superman, Wonder Girl and Martian Manhunter!

Wonder Woman 195

Art by Adam Hughes

Art by Adam Hughes

August 2003

Written by Greg Rucka; art by Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder; cover by Adam Hughes

A new creative team launches a new era for comics’ best-known heroine. Writer Greg Rucka begins his open-ended run with a self-contained issue featuring interior art from the team of Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder. While Wonder Woman fights to capture the brutal dictator of an African nation, a new hire at the Themysciran Embassy discovers just how enormous Diana’s mission truly is.

Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia

Art by Alex Ross

Art by Alex Ross

October 2003

This is a stand-alone graphic novel, with glorious art by JG Jones. A young woman named Danielle Wellys, fleeing Gotham and the Batman, turns to Diana for help. Through the ancient ritual of Hiketeia (hic-eh-tay-ah), Diana is bound to protect Danny, and Danny is bound to serve the Wonder Woman. But Batman isn’t known for taking ‘no’ as an answer, and Danny’s actions put him and Diana into direct conflict.

Collections

Wonder Woman: Mission’s End

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

July 2006

Art by Rags Morales, Cliff Richards, David Lopez and various; Cover by J.G. Jones. Wonder Woman may have regained her sight, but her troubles are far from over in this trade paperback collecting issues 218-226. In the midst of Infinite Crisis, the Amazing Amazon is forced to battle the Man of Steel—leading to an incident that will forever change her relationship with Superman.

Wonder Woman: Land of the Dead

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

February 2006

Written by Greg Rucka and Geoff Johns; Art by Rags Morales, Drew Johnson, Justiniano, Michael Bair, and others; Cover by J.G. Jones. A trade paperback collecting Wonder Woman 214-217 and The Flash 219. Just as Wonder Woman is starting to deal with her blindness, the Cheetah returns and teams with the Reverse-Flash. Then Athena sends Wonder Woman on a journey of unimagined peril.

Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

December 2005

The trade paperback collecting Wonder Woman 206-213; art by Drew Johnson, James Raiz, Sean Phillips and Ray Snyder; cover by J.G. Jones. The deadly Medousa comes calling, and Wonder Woman’s world is turned completely upside-down. After a terrible sacrifice, the Amazing Amazon must prove herself once again to her comrades in the JLA and to the world.

Wonder Woman: Bitter Rivals

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

February 2005

The trade paperback collecting Wonder Woman 201-205; art by Drew Johnson, Shane Davis, Stephen Sadowski, Ray Snyder and Andrew Currie; cover by J.G. Jones. Wonder Woman needs help solving the murder of Darrel Keyes, and who better to call than Batman? As they inch closer, they find it ties to another murder, but what does it have to do with respected businesswoman Veronica Cale?

Wonder Woman: Down to Earth

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

August 2004

The trade paperback collecting Greg’s first six issues of Wonder Woman 195-200; art by Drew Johnson. If you’re wondering what the fuss is about, this is the quick way to get acquainted. Meet the Themysciran Ambassador to the United Nations, Wonder Woman, and see what she’s about, and who it is who wants to destroy her…and how they plan to do it.