First look: Wonder Woman comic creators team up for landmark issue #750
Next year, DC Comics will debut a big anniversary issue of Wonder Woman that will kick off a new phase of the hero’s mission in Man’s World, and Polygon has an exclusive look at art from the 96-page anthology.
Wonder Woman #750 will feature stories from Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott, who, among other iconic work on the character, modernized Diana’s origin in 2016; Gail Simone and Colleen Doran, who will reprise their character Star-Blossom from 2016’s Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Special; and Mariko Tamaki and Elena Casagrande. You can get a preview of all of their work below.
DC Comics has also assembled a veritable army of creators new and old to contribute to Wonder Woman #750, including Kami Garcia, Shannon and Dean Hale, Ramona Fradon, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, Liam Sharp, Marguerite Bennett, Vita Alaya, Bilquis Evely, and, of course, current Wonder Woman writer Steve Orlando.
But just because this is an anthology issue, doesn’t mean it won’t have long-reaching repercussions for the Princess of the Amazons, according to Orlando.
I at the edge of what I can say, but if all goes to plan, Wonder Woman 750 will reinforce Diana’s mission, it’ll be the start of a new phase of Amazon mission, and by the end, every tool in Diana’s arsenal will be a powerful reminder of the heroic women that came before her… https://t.co/18KHLzG7nf— Steve Orlando (@thesteveorlando) December 5, 2019
Wonder Woman #750 hits shelves on Jan. 22, 2020. Here are seven exclusive images from the 96-page anthology issue.
Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott/DC Comics
Gail Simone, Colleen Doran/DC Comics
The cover of Wonder Woman #750. Joëlle Jones, Tricia Mulvihill/DC Comics