If there was one bright spot in 2020 it would have been the delayed, but eventual release of Wonder Woman 1984 available in some theaters and HBO Max. If you are a fan of Wonder Woman Comics, welcome. If not, you are also welcome to find out more about this legendary DC Comics superhero!

By the end of this article my hope is that you will know much more about the Wonder Woman origin and how to read collected edition Wonder Woman comics in order through the four ages of comic book history.

  • Golden Age (1941 – 1956)
  • Silver Age (1956 – 1970)
  • Bronze Age (1970 – 1985)
  • Modern Age (1985 – Present Day)

Not only that, you will also have links to buy these timeless stories of the warrior princess in one of the BEST formats available.

  • Omnibus Editions (Compared against Absolute editions, they contain more issues in a slightly smaller format)


With that being said, this list of Wonder Woman comics online will be periodically updated as more of the best Wonder Woman comics in order are published.

Of course, DC Comics is the source for character facts.

However, here is a brief dossier before you take a look at some of the best Wonder Woman comics:


Name: Wonder Woman
AKA: Diana of Themyscira
Alter Ego: Diana Prince
Powers: super strength, invulnerability, flight, combat skill, combat strategy, superhuman agility, healing factor, magic weaponry
Ethos:  Seeks truth, justice and equality for people everywhere
First Appearance: All Star Comics #8 (1941)
Created By: William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter


Wonder Woman Comics List:


Golden Age (1941 – 1956):

Volume I
Wonder Woman Comics





Wonder Woman, arguably the best-known female superhero in the world, and star of her own monthly comics, was introduced in the early 1940s in these quirky tales written by the inventor of the lie detector, psychologist William Moulton Marston.

In these stories, Wonder Woman travels from Paradise Island to Man’s World, where she serves as an emissary of peace, using her bracelets and lasso of truth to stop injustice. These stories introduce the mythology of Wonder Woman as she battles the powers of evil–from crooked business owners to Nazi spies.

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Volume II
Wonder Woman Comics






For over 75 years, since her debut in 1941’s ALL-STAR COMICS #8, Princess Diana of Themyscira—known to most as Wonder Woman—has fought to bring peace and understanding to Man’s World.

Armed with her super-strength, magic lasso, bullet-deflecting bracelets and invisible plane, Wonder Woman has always stood against tyranny and injustice, and has endured to this day as one of the Golden Age’s most timeless characters.

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Volume III
Wonder Woman Comics

Sensation Comics #49-69

Comic Cavalcade #14-22

Wonder Woman #16-25


One of comics’ truly iconic characters, Princess Diana of Themyscira–known to most as Wonder Woman–is the world’s most popular heroine.

Armed with her super-strength, magic lasso, bullet-defying bracelets and invisible plane, she has fought evildoers for over 75 years!

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Volume IV
Wonder Woman Comics

Sensation Comics #70-91

Comic Cavalcade #23-29

Wonder Woman #26-36


Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Vol. 4 chronicles the Amazing Amazon’s adventures, as written by Joye Murchison and others, and illustrated by the inimitable Harry G. Peter.

In these tales, Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls accidentally land on the planet Mercury, where they are taken prisoner by a race of giantesses; Professor Chemico plans to melt the polar ice caps, threatening the existence of the snow people who live there; Wonder Woman is shrunk to microscopic size; and much more!

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Silver Age (1956 – 1970):

Volume I
Wonder Woman Comics

Wonder Woman #178-204

Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane #93

The Brave and the Bold #87 and #105

World’s Finest Comics #204


Now collected in its entirety for the first time ever: Wonder Woman–a super-hero no more! As secret agent Diana Prince, she takes on international crime with the help of her new mentor, the mysterious I-Ching.

In these stories from the late 1960s, Wonder Woman leaves her super-powers behind to become an ultra-mod, globetrotting secret agent. With a new costume and a new attitude, Diana Prince fights crime like never before! These adventures, from such comics luminaries as Dennis O’Neil, Robert Kanigher, Mike Sekowsky and more, have remained uncollected for years until this oversize omnibus edition!

No Wonder Woman collection is complete without this legendary part of her deep history, Wonder Woman, Diana Prince Omnibus (50th Anniversary Edition)! 

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Bronze Age (1970 – 1985):

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Modern Age (1985 – Present Day):

Volume *Essential Wonder Woman I
Wonder Woman Comics

Wonder Woman by George Perez #1-24



More than four decades after making her debut in ALL STAR COMICS #8, the World’s Greatest Heroine was comprehensively reimagined in 1986 by legendary comics creator George Pérez — and this new incarnation of DC Comics’ fabled Amazon Princess quickly rose to unprecedented levels of popular and critical acclaim.

In collaboration with co-writer Len Wein and inker Bruce Patterson, Pérez sent on to craft Wonder Woman’s adventures for years, and his masterful stories ranged from heart-stopping battles with the Titans of myth to heart-warming interludes with Diana’s trusted network of friends.

Now, for the first time ever, these treasured tales from the 1980s are available in a single hardcover volume, featuring over 600 pages of Pérez’s unmatchable artwork and showcasing some of the most exciting moments of DC’s Modern Age!

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Volume *Essential Wonder Woman II
Wonder Woman Comics

Wonder Woman by George Perez #25-45


Description This second volume of the deluxe hardcover series collects issues #25-45 of the historic title together with WONDER WOMAN ANNUAL #2, and features a special bonus gallery of archival art and information.
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Volume *Essential Wonder Woman III
Wonder Woman Comics

Wonder Woman by George Perez #46-62

War of the Gods Crossover Miniseries

Wonder Woman #168-169 and #600

Description This third volume of the omnibus series collects Wonder Woman #46-62 and the climactic crossover miniseries War of the Gods that marked the end of Pérez’s historic run, as well as bonus stories by Pérez from Wonder Woman #168-169 and #600, special pinup galleries and a bonus section of archival art and information.
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Volume I
Wonder Woman Comics

Wonder Woman #164-188

Wonder Woman: Our Worlds at War #1

Wonder Woman Secret Files & Origins #3

Teen Titans/Outsiders Secret Files #1-4


The world of the Amazon Princess from the eyes of artist Phil Jimenez is collected in its entirety in this oversize hardcover edition, Wonder Woman by Phil Jimenez Omnibus!

Wonder Woman travels to Gotham to help Batman defeat The Joker, Scarecrow and Poison Ivy–only they’re possessed by even more sinister forces. Then, Lois Lane joins Diana on a trip to the United Nations, to the White House for official business with President Luthor, on a visit with Steve Trevor and Etta Candy, as a guest on a talk show and more. Before the day is over, Lois finally confronts Diana on her relationship with Superman. But it’s not the Man of Steel who seems to have captured Diana’s heart…

Find all this and more in Wonder Woman by Phil Jimenez Omnibus!

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Volume I
Wonder Woman Comics

Wonder Woman #14-44, #600

Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #1.


An electrifying new era began for the Amazon warrior Wonder Woman when author Gail Simone took the reins. Now the author’s work is collected in a special hardcover edition in Wonder Woman by Gail Simone Omnibus.

An army of foes called the Olympians have risen to begin their ‘all-out assault on war across the globe, and only Wonder Woman can stop them! One particular attack could spell the end of the Department of Metahuman Affairs and end Wonder Woman’s secret identity of Diana Prince. And Wonder Woman’s life is changed forever when she faces a monster named Genocide who easily goes toe-to-toe with the Amazon Warrior and beats her!

Then, at the ends of the universe, Wonder Woman falls victim to the Black Horizon, risking the safety of her soul. To salvage her very existence, she must ally herself with the legendary Beowulf and another fearsome warrior from DC’s past while trapped on a world where her powers have betrayed her. Find out if Wonder Woman will make it out alive, with her soul intact!

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Volume I
Wonder Woman Comics

Wonder Woman #0-35, 23.1

Secret Origins #6


The entire run of writer Brian Azzarello (100 BULLETS) and artist Cliff Chiang’s (PAPER GIRLS) bold new imagining of one of comics’ most iconic characters is now collected in its entirety in his giant-size omnibus edition!

Raised as a daughter by the Queen of the Amazons, the warrior princess called Diana is different from the rest of her countrywomen. They’ve all heard the legend of how she was formed from clay to give the childless queen the daughter she dreamed of–and they treat her like an outsider and outcast because of it. But Diana is different than everyone else, just not for the reasons everyone thinks.

It’s because she’s the daughter of Zeus.

With a new cadre of brothers and sisters as allies and enemies, Wonder Woman’s world is rocked to its core when her eldest brother, the First Born, was freed from his slumber. Her newfound family is in ruins and her friends scattered, she must turn to Orion and the New Gods of New Genesis to save herself, her newborn brother Zeke and his mother Zola from the First Born’s wrath.

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*Essential Wonder Woman indicates ComicsTrove recommended reading in the specified order

Wonder Woman Comics: The Ultimate Guide

You just read a brief history of Princess Diana of Themyscira available in premium omnibus editions. This list of the best Wonder Woman comics will be updated as more omnibus editions are released.

Wonder Woman Marvel Universe does not exist, as she is one of the most beloved and iconic DC Universe Super Heroes of all time.

In case you want to start reading the best Wonder Woman comics, I highly recommend you start with the volumes I’ve noted as ‘Essential Wonder Woman’ from the modern age.

Just because these Wonder Woman comics are from the modern age does not mean you have to go back and read all four volumes from the golden age in order to understand Wonder Woman.


For example, Wonder Woman by George Perez is THE BEST starting point for gaining an understanding of Wonder Woman’s early years.

That post crisis story arc laid the foundation of Wonder Woman in the modern age.

It’s the definitive clean-slate Wonder Woman comic book run that is more character-driven with excellent artwork.

Many of these premium format editions sale out fast. Are there any you have had trouble adding to your collection?

I hope you’ve enjoyed this Ultimate Guide of Wonder Woman comics collected editions. Feel free to comment below or share with others.

Happy Reading!


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