Wonder Woman




Comic Cavalcade #19

DC Comic Book: "The Battle for Eternal Youth" (02/30/1947)

Gangster Ambrose Venture seeks to obtain the secret of eternal youth from the Amazons, and hires Roba Jewel to gain access to Paradise Island and steal the waters of the Fountain of Youth. Roba is used by the criminals to discover the location of the Fountain. She is taken to the island of the Amazons when Wonder Woman accidently strikes her in a swimming pool. While Hippolyta and Wonder Woman are alone on a beach she captures them using the lasso, and places a Venus Girdle on Wonder Woman meaning she must obey her. After hearing they have both been called Wonder Woman from Hippolyta, as they are both wearing identical clothing, she thinks they are twins who take each other's place. She hides the Girdle under a scarf, binds and blindfolds Hippolyta, gags her with a rock and cloth, and leaves with Wonder Woman, taking her to Reform Island. Hippolyta is able to crush the rock that gags her and gets other Amazons for help. Wonder Woman is bound with the lasso, with the criminals about to kill her with propeller blades, but Roba unties her and Wonder Woman defeats the crooks. (Possible rejuv or AR?)
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Wonder Woman v1 #113

Comic Book: DC Comics; "Invasion Of The Sphinx Creatures" (04/1959)

WW 113: The first Silver Age appearance of Wonder Tot, though it's Diana as a kid. We see how every year disaster befalls Diana's birthday cake.


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Wonder Woman v1 #122

Comic Book: DC Comics; "The Skyscraper Wonder Woman" (05/30/1959)

Wonder Tot debuts in Wonder Woman. (F/Ar)

-- Tazz


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Wonder Woman v1 #129

Comic Book: DC Comics; "Return of the Nuclear Villain Multiple Man" (04/30/????)

Possible Ar. (F/Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya


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Wonder Woman v1 #132

Comic Book: DC Comics; "Wonder Tot And The Flying Saucer" (Aug.)

Several of the adventures of the classic Wonder Woman had her regressing to childhood or infancy. In issue #132 [according to "Ambush Bug Miniseries #3], WW gets shot with a regression ray which turns her to Wonder Teen, then Wonder Girl, then Wonder Tot, and finally Wonder Infant. As an infant, she can understand the babbling of an infant boy who was the only witness to a spaceship landing.


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Wonder Woman v1 #133

Comic Book: DC Comics; "The Amazing Amazon Race" (10/30/????)

Possible Ar.

-- Jeffr_2bya


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Wonder Woman v1 #175

Comic Book: DC Comics; Startler! "Wonder Woman's Evil Twin" (04/)

A trip to a parallel dimension shaves years off Wonder Woman and Col. Trevor (AR, RN).

-- TBTC


Wonder Woman v1 #266

Comic Book: "The Perfect Crime" (04/30/1980)

Perfection reveals that her capture of Mr. Jupiter was only a cover for her true goal--capturing Wonder Girl and getting her to reveal the Amazonsí secret of eternal youth.

-- Jeffr_2bya


Wonder Woman

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #22: "The Man Who Could Not Die"

A man can't die no matters what happens to him. Perhaps even old age will have no effect on him.

-- Jeffr_2bya


Wonder Woman Hardcover Volume 4

Comic Book: DC Comics:

Which has the Wonder Woman in Grow Down Land issue in it.

-- Anonymous


Wonder Woman v2 #151

Comic Book: DC Comics:

(AR) Doctor Poison (Princess Maru) Succumbed to her own poisons; reverse-aged herself to nothing.

Well Issue 151 was a bust - just a reference to the character going bye-bye and no issue sidenote -- John L.

-- Visible Time


Wonder Woman v.2 #183

Comic Book: DC Comics:

Wonder Woman (AR) Queen Clea of Atlantis. Presumed deceased; reverse-aged.

-- Visible Time





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