• Collects WONDER WOMAN #212-222.

• In these 1970s tales, Diana Prince is back as Wonder Woman – but she must prove her worthiness by undertaking twelve tasks – each monitored by one of her former Justice League teammates!

Story by Len Wein, Cary Bates, Elliot Maggin, & Martin Pasko
Art by Curt Swan, Irv Novick, Dick Dillin, & Kurt Schaffenberger
Cover by Bob Oksner

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  1. I had 2 or 3 of these issues as a kid and liked them. (The one with Aquaman has a really silly moment in it).

    I’m looking forward t this collection.

  2. Len Wein &
    Art by Curt Swan
    Has me looking @ this.

  3. Definitely worth picking up.

    I know exactly the moment mgriffith is referencing regarding Aquaman (has to do with soda pop), but it was different era back then.

    The Curt Swan art was definitely not my favorite of this run — a bit stiff, IMHO. But there were quite a few artists involved along the way. I believe Neal Adams even drew one of the covers. Probably my favoritte story is the one in which Black Canary discovers what would really happen if a man set foot on Paradise Island (nice cover by Nick Cardy who drew the Hell out of Black Canary). There’s also a Walt Disneyish tale of his characters running amok that is BSC good. The return of Dr. Cyber was a nice way of showing that the mod Diana Prince stories still existed. The story with Felix Faust and Diana’s banshee like screaming ability is a groaner though. I think the only classic WW villain missing from this run is Cheetah. Also recall that a few of these stories were from 100 page spectaculars — which featured one new story and a batch of reprints in the back — Golden and Silver Age. Fun times!

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