Comic Cover Of The Week: Wonder Woman ’77
This week’s outstanding cover heads back to the halcyon days when the amazing Amazon looked a lot like actress, Lynda Carter. That’s right friends, this fantastic comic cover celebrates the glorious 70’s television series that introduced Wonder Woman to a whole new medium, and pushed her popularity to even greater heights.
Join Diana Prince and her alter ego, Wonder Woman as she and government agent, Steve Trevor fight against Cold-war era criminal masterminds. A search for an escaped Soviet scientist brings Wonder Woman to the hottest disco in town, Studio-52, where she clashes with the Russian Roller Derby Girls, who are determined to take the scientist back with them to the USSR.
This 80 page spectacular is available at your local comic book emporium right now. Written by: Marc Andreyko. Cover art by: Nicola Scott. Variant cover by: Phil Jimenez. Interior art by: Matt Haley and Drew Johnson.
Posted on May 6, 2015, in Comics and tagged Comic Cover Of The Week, DC Comics, Lynda Carter, Marc Andreyko, Nicola Scott, Phil Jimenez, Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.