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Subj: Re: 1974-Twelve Trials of Wonder Woman...Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2015 at 07:17:16 am EST (Viewed 235 times)
Reply Subj: 1974-Twelve Trials of Wonder Woman...
Posted: Fri Jan 16, 2015 at 10:34:00 am EST (Viewed 307 times)
Diversions of the Groovy Kind. Put up the entire first issue of the 12 Trials of Wonder Woman from 1974. Wonder Woman #212 "The Man Who Mastered Women!" by Len Wein, Curt Swan.
See it in all it's 70's goodness.
P.S. He was gonna put up the rest but someone spilled the beans that this was collected pretty recently so he said he probably wouldn't share more of them anytime soon
Great, now I really want to get this collection cause I can't read just one!
It's a wonderful storyline, when I think of the best of the original Wonder Woman series it is this and the Roy Thomas/Gene Colan run which come straight to mind, with an impressive selection of artists each chapter is stand-alone and yet contributing to a whole. Irv Norvick, Kurt Schaffenburger, Dick Dillin, Curt Swan in particular does exceptionally fine work here.
Every issue is a chapter, yet also standalone. I find that skill in storytelling incredibly admirable and enjoyable.
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