New Series 'Wonder Woman Black & Gold' Launches with Covers by Jen Bartel, Ramona Fradon, Yanick Paquette and Joshua Middleton

New Series ‘Wonder Woman Black & Gold’
Launches with Covers by Jen Bartel, Ramona Fradon, Yanick Paquette
and Joshua Middleton!

A new six-issue anthology comic book series celebrating the
Amazon warrior’s 80th anniversary begins June 22!

Just in time for Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary, DC Comics proudly presents a new six-issue anthology series starring the Amazon Princess embellished in the color of her famous lasso. You won’t want to miss celebrating the woman who inspires us all…and that’s the truth!

Kicking things off, John Arcudi (B.P.R.D.) and Ryan Sook (Legion of Super-Heroes) re-unite to show us the grace immortality grants a hero. Becky Cloonan (Wonder Woman, Gotham Academy) weaves a spine-tingling tale of Diana’s most precious weapon against the darkness. Then Amy Reeder (Amethyst) takes us back to the Golden Age for a fun romp co-starring Etta Candy. AJ Mendez Brooks (Crazy is my Superpower, Dungeons & Dragons: At the Spine of the World) and Ming Doyle (Constantine: The Hellblazer) travel to Themyscira for a tense family reunion. And finally, Nadia Shammas and Morgan Beem (Swamp Thing: Twin Branches) show us a story of Diana's past failures come to haunt her.

Wonder Woman Black & Gold #1, written by John Arcudi, Becky Cloonan, Amy Reeder, AJ Mendez Brooks and Nadia Shamas with art by Ryan Sook, Becky Cloonan, Amy Reeder, Ming Doyle and Morgan Beem, arrives on June 22 (40 pages for $5.99) with covers by Jen Bartel, Ramona Fradon, Yanick Paquette and Joshua Middleton!

For more information about Wonder Woman Black & Gold, visit the website at www.dccomics.com and follow on social media at @DCComics and @thedcnation. Sign up for a free trial of DC UNIVERSE INFINITE at www.dcuniverseinfinite.com.

Images and Press Release Courtesy of DC Entertainment

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