Wonder Woman #750 celebrates the pop culture icon with 96 pages of all-new stories from both classic creators returning to the Amazon Princess and acclaimed voices new to Diana of Themyscira.
DC Nation talked with several of the writers and artists contributing to the landmark anniversary issue for their take on what makes Wonder Woman such an important character.
“Wonder Woman is a guiding light, a positive spirit and example. Her joy and beauty has always inspired me as both an artist and a person.” –Colleen Doran
“The chance to work on Wonder Woman is an incredible honor whenever it arises—of all DC's pantheon, and of comics icons, Diana is perhaps the most subversive, challenging, radical and inspiring. A warrior for peace who believes in radical love will always be vital and fresh, and so too she remains as stunning and unique as when she debuted decade upon decades ago. Time has only tempered and honed Diana's appeal.” –Steve Orlando
Art by Colleen Doran
“I think 12-year-old me would be pretty psyched to know I'm writing a Wonder Woman story.” –Mariko Tamaki
“To be able to write stories about Diana, to add to her mythology and her, well, wonder, is and always has been a privilege. Writing Wonder Woman always feels like coming home.” –Greg Rucka
Art by Nicola Scott
“Wonder Woman has always been profoundly important to me. Since the age of four she’s been a constant companion and guiding light. Participating in her ongoing legacy is the highest honor and reward of my life. No kidding.” –Nicola Scott
“Wonder Woman is more than a symbol of women’s empowerment. She embodies the love, hope, tolerance and empathy we desperately need in the world today.” –Kami Garcia
Wonder Woman #750, with contributors including Steve Orlando, Jesús Merino, Kami Garcia, Phil Hester, Gail Simone, Colleen Doran, Shannon Hale, Dean Hale, Riley Rossmo, Mariko Tamaki, Elena Casagrande, Marguerite Bennett, Laura Braga, Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott, Vita Ayala, Amancay Nahuelpan, Scott Snyder, Bryan Hitch, and a cover by Joëlle Jones and Trish Mulvihill, is on sale January 22 in print and as a digital download.