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Wonder Woman, the Golden Age. #3 / William Moulton Marston, writer ; Harry G. Peter, artist ; Sandy Jarrell, cover artist.

Available copies

  • 1 of 2 copies available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
  • 1 of 2 copies available at Lake Agassiz Regional Library. (Show preferred library)

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0 current holds with 2 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Hawley Public Library Y G MAR (Text) 33500013114673 New Available -
Moorhead Public Library Y G MAR (Text) 33500013114681 New Checked out 08/19/2020

Record details

  • ISBN: 1401291902
  • ISBN: 9781401291907
  • Physical Description: 384 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Publisher: Burbank, CA : DC Comics, [2019]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Wonder Woman created by William Moulton Marston.
Originally published in single magazine form in Sensation comics 25-36, Wonder Woman 8-11, Comic cavalcade 6-8, The big all-American comic book.
Summary, etc.:
Wonder Woman battles smugglers, spies, and evildoers of all kinds--including evil baroness Paula Von Gunther and fierce villainess Cheetah. Witness these iconic adventures featuring Etta Candy, Steve Trevor, and everyone's favorite Amazonian princess in Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Volume 3. This edition collects stories from Sensation Comics #25-36, Wonder Woman #8-11, Comic Cavalcade #6-8, and The Big All-American Comic Book.
Author Notes

A noted psychologist and the man who perfected the testing system for the lie detector, William Moulton Marston was hired in 1941 as an advisor to All-American Comics publisher M.C. Gaines after he wrote an article praising the educational potential of comic books in the magazine The Family Circle. In December 1941, Wonder Woman's first adventure appeared in All Star Comics #8, written by Marston under the pen name Charles Moulton. For four years Marston wrote nearly all his creation's adventures, including both comic books and a syndicated newspaper strip. In 1945, suffering from the effects of a polio infection, he began to turn over the feature's scripting duties to others, particularly his assistant Joye Murchison. Marston died in 1947, just a week shy of his 54th birthday.

Subject: Wonder Woman (Fictitious character) > Comic books, strips, etc. > Fiction.
Women superheroes > Comic books, strips, etc.
Superheroes > Comic books, strips, etc.
Good and evil > Comic books, strips, etc.
Genre: Comics (Graphic works)
Superhero comics.
Science fiction comics.
Graphic novels.

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