WONDER WOMAN #1
CGC FN: 6.0
Wonder Woman was a vital addition to the superhero pantheon as William Moulton Marston's complex comic concept was one of the few Golden Age creations whose style and format were dead-on from the start, resulting in a nearly unbroken run of quality throughout the WWII-era. After her auspicious debut in All Star Comics #8, Wonder Woman earned her own book with Sensation Comics, the title that proved to be such a break-out success that DC introduced Wonder Woman #1 in the summer of 1942. This issue contains four tales of groundbreaking heroinism, the first of which re-tells the character's origin story. There's been plenty of debate over the quality of some of the recent additions to the DCEU, but all but the most cynical of hearts agree that Gal Gadot's portrayal of Wonder Woman was a knockout, and the upcoming sequel will further serve to drive the value of this book. Early Wonder Woman comics are still heavily undervalued in our humble estimation which means that there is loads of headroom for these books to shoot up in value.
At an attractive FN grade, there is little not to love about this copy. The book presents well for its condition with a bright chromatic scheme. We're starting to see fewer of these in the marketplace as buyers are holding their investments longer. Our advice, bid to win.
Overstreet Guide 2018 FN (6.0) value = $27,000.
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