Wonder Woman arrives at 750th issue with nearly 50 variant covers


The first major variant comic book cover event of 2020 launches tomorrow as the landmark 750th issue of Wonder Woman arrives at comic stores everywhere.  As with last year’s Detective Comics Issue #1000, DC Comics will feature a set of decade-inspired cover art variants plus a sketch cover version, joining an incredibly rendered Joëlle Jones standard cover with Wonder Woman holding the Earth on her shoulders (which might be the best of all), all available in most comic book stores.  Nearly 40 other variants will also be available if you’re willing to track them down, from retailer incentives to artist and store-exclusive issues.

Look for homage covers by Joshua Middleton (1940s), Jenny Frison (1950s), J. Scott Campbell (1960s), Olivier Coipel (1970s), George Perez (1980s), Brian Bolland (1990s), Adam Hughes (2000s), and Jim Lee and Scott Williams (2010s).


The first story features writer Steve Orlando and artist Jesus Merino wrapping the Year of the Villain arc.  DC announced previously that a story by writer Scott Snyder and artist Bryan Hitch will basically reboot the DC universe timeline, establishing Wonder Woman as the first DC superhero.  Other stories were created by Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott, Gail Simone and Colleen Doran, Marguerite Bennett and Laura Braga, Mariko Tamaki and Elena Casagrande, Kami Garcia, Phil Hester, and Ande Parks, Shannon Hale, Dean Hale, and Riley Rossmo, and Vita Ayala and Amancay Nahuelpan.  Readers will also find pin-up art by Emanuela Lupacchino, Ramona Fradon, Bilquis Evely, Travis Moore, Liam Sharp, and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez.

So which is your favorite cover?  Check out the final covers and original cover artwork below:

Standard cover – Joelle Jones

Joshua Middleton (1940s)

Jenny Frison (1950s)

J. Scott Campbell (1960s)

Olivier Coipel (1970s)

George Perez (1980s)

Brian Bolland (1990s)

Adam Hughes (2000s)

Jim Lee and Scott Williams (2010s)

Blank sketch cover

Stanley “Artgerm” Lau – artist shop exclusive

J. Scott Campbell – artist store exclusive

Lucio Parrillo – Scorpion Comics exclusive

Adam Hughes – artist shop exclusive

Jay Anacleto – Unknown Comics exclusive

Nathan Szerdy – Comics Elite exlusive

Bosslogic – Planet Awesome exclusive

Shannon Maer – Comic Mint exclusive

Liam Sharp – Comic Stop exclusive

Derrick Chew – ComicXposure exclusive

Gabriele Dell’Otto – Bulletproof exclusive

Nicola Scott – Kings Comics exclusive (costume series)

Alex Ross – artist shop exclusive

Kiat Ejikure – Unknown Comics exclusive

Jim Lee – three styles/nine variants for Torpedo Comics

Look for Wonder Woman Issue #750 at Elite Comics or your local comic book store tomorrow, Wednesday, January 22, 2020.

C.J. Bunce

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