This checklist is currently in progress and will be updated as more covers are released. If you know of any cover art released for the books let us know in the comments below
From her first appearance in All Star Comics #8 in 1941 to her ascendency into the Trinity of DC Comics (along with Batman & Superman), Wonder Woman has been a key figure in the DC Universe. This Princess of Themyscira, originally introduced as an American patriot, is getting the well-deserved royal treatment that we’ve already seen bestowed upon the other members of DCs premier triumvirate of heroes. Much like Action Comics #1000 and Detective Comics #1000, Wonder Woman #750 is getting a feature release from DC, with myriad publisher & retailer variant covers. Getting to issue #750 has taken a more winding road than the other two landmark issues, with more than a few different volumes over the decades, but this honor is an important milestone in the comic universe.
Written by current Wonder Woman writer, Steve Orlando (amongst others), with retailer covers by some of the top names in comics (Middleton, Frison, Campbell, Pérez, & Lee, to name a few), Wonder Woman #750 is a must for fans of DC, Wonder Woman, & beautiful cover art.
Wonder Woman #750 releases on January 22, 2020, so make sure to pre-order your favorite covers, and as always, tune in here for a cover checklist and discussions about this landmark issue!
Written by Anthony Puleo
Joelle Jones Cover
Joshua Middleton 1940's Variant Cover
Jenny Frison 1950's Variant Cover
J. Scott Campbell 1960's Variant Cover
Olivier Coipel 1970's Variant Cover
George Perez 1980's Variant Cover
Brian Bolland 1990's Variant Cover
Adam Hughes 2000's Variant Cover
Jim Lee & Scott William 2010's Variant Cover
Retailer & Creator Variant Covers
Artgerm Collectibles - Stanley Artgerm Lau Trade Dress Variant Cover
Artgerm Collectibles - Stanley Artgerm Lau Golden Age Variant Cover
Artgerm Collectibles - Stanley Artgerm Lau Virgin Variant Cover
Bulletproof Comics - Gabriele Dell'Otto Variant Cover
Know of any more covers we're missing? Let us know in the comments below.