JUNE 3RD, 2017
It's time to celebrate 75 years of the most prominent and influential female super-hero to ever appear in the pages of comic books! Diana Prince, Wonder Woman to the world, has long been an icon of equality, strength and justice for both female and male fans for roughly seven decades. Standing shoulder to shoulder (or towering over, depending on how she's depicted) with every male super-hero in the DC universe, Wonder Woman is the crucial, third point of the DCU trinity that sets the example on how to be better person, no matter your race, creed or gender.
It is with this in mind that DC Comics has officially declared June 3rd as WONDER WOMAN DAY, complete with goodies for everyone! Tiaras, bracelets, free comics and more will be available to all customers on a first come, first serve basis. Whether you are stopping in on your way to see the Wonder Woman movie or just a long time WW fan who wants to show their love, stop into Zanadu Comics for this all day celebration of DC'S first lady! More info on our Facebook page.
Here are the free comics that we will have for Wonder Woman day. No purchase required. First come, first serve.
DC SUPER-HERO GIRLS: WONDER WOMAN DAY ED #1
(W) Shea Fontana (A/CA) Yancy Labat
RATED: ALL AGES
Featuring a chapter from the upcoming DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 3: SUMMER OLYMPUS.
School's out for summer, which means Wonder Woman is preparing for her annual trip to visit her father, Zeus-and this year, he says she can bring along a few friends, including Bumblebee, Batgirl, Beast Boy and Katana! When they arrive at Olympus, it's not long before distrustful Ares turns this family reunion into a family competition-and the prize is Wonder Woman's soul! But when Ares and Strife join forces to work their battle magic on Wonder Woman's friends, will the girls end up fighting each other instead of the real enemy?
WONDER WOMAN DAY SPECIAL ED #1
(W) Greg Rucka (A) Liam Sharp
Reprinting 2016's Wonder Woman #1 - "THE LIES" chapter one
Why has the lasso of truth stopped working for the Amazon Princess? Start down the rabbit hole as dark secrets from Wonder Woman's past unravel her present!
THEY SAID IT: "Drawing Wonder Woman isn't just drawing a comic, it's drawing an icon-the most famous and recognizable female superhero in the world," exclaims artist Liam Sharp. "To get to draw her in her 75th year, with a new storyline scribed by no less than Greg Rucka, makes this without doubt the most important drawing gig of my 30 years in comics."