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This bumper collection helps new fans get in touch with Wonder Woman’s long history – triumphs, warts and all.
A newbie reviews DC Bombshells: a fun intro to new heroines with lots to love, but Wonder Woman is not its strong point.
Greg Rucka’s 2002 run on Wonder Woman is a great jumping-in point for new fans, but its attitudes to women are a little old-fashioned.
Gail Simone’s 2008 take on Wonder Woman is nicely self-contained and hits a great balance between fun and darkness, giving new fans a perfect entry point to the comics.
This 2014 compilation of one-shots lets new fans dip their toes into Wonder Woman without confusing plot elements.