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The Wonder Woman Chronicles

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Subject: The Batman Chronicles (trade paperback), The Green Lantern Chronicles, First Born (comics), Wonder Woman's bracelets, Orana (comics)
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The Wonder Woman Chronicles

The Wonder Woman Chronicles
Cover of The Wonder Woman Chronicles 1 (March 2010).
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
Format Ongoing
Publication date Vol. 1
March 23, 2010
Vol. 2
Vol. 3
Number of issues 3
Main character(s) Wonder Woman
Creative team
Writer(s) William Moulton Marston
Artist(s) H. G. Peter
Creator(s) William Moulton Marston[1]

The Wonder Woman Chronicles is a series of trade paperbacks from DC Comics, intended to reprint all Wonder Woman stories chronologically (based on publication), starting with her earliest appearance. Along with its counterparts, The Batman Chronicles and The Superman Chronicles, the series provides readers access to the original Golden Age stories, most of which have been reprinted in color previously in the DC Archives format.

  • The Wonder Woman Chronicles: Volume 1 collects material from All Star Comics #8, Sensation Comics #1-9, and Wonder Woman #1; March 23, 2010; ISBN 978-1-4012-2644-2
  • The Wonder Woman Chronicles: Volume 2 collects material from Wonder Woman #2-3, Sensation Comics #10-14, and Comics Cavalcade #1; December 6, 2011; ISBN 978-1-4012-3240-5
  • The Wonder Woman Chronicles: Volume 3 collects material from Wonder Woman #4-5, Sensation Comics #15-18, and Comics Cavalcade #2; December 4, 2012; ISBN 978-1-4012-3692-2

See also

Other reprinting projects include:


  1. ^ Marston, William M. (2012). Wonder Woman Chronicles Volume 3. USA: D.C. Comics. p. 168.  

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