‘Wonder Woman: Earth One’ Gets A Release Date

Fans of DC’s “Earth One” line have no doubt been awaiting a release date for the Amazon Princess’ first outing in that particular universe. Rejoice because today we can tell you that Wonder Woman: Earth One, Vol. 1 will arrive in bookstores on November 10, 2015. Written by Grant Morrison and illustrated by Yanick Paquette, the hardcover release will span 144 pages.

Here’s the description given:

Following the New York Times #1 best-selling original graphic novels Batman: Earth One and Superman: Earth One Volumes 1 & 2 comes Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 1!

Critically acclaimed, best-selling writer Grant Morrison (All-Star Superman, Batman, Inc.) once again pushes the boundaries of the graphic novel page in his mind-bending new take on the most powerful woman in the DC Universe. With stunning art by Yanick Paquette (Swamp Thing), Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 1 is an easily accessible jumping on point for new readers.

No cover art is available as of this time, but thanks to The Multiversity Guidebook (and Channel 52) we know what her costume will look like. Check it out.

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Amazon is now taking pre-orders.

Don’t forget to pick up Batman: Earth One, Vol. 2, which arrives in comic shops on May 6 and bookstores on May 12.

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  • Brad Barnes

    I spoke with Yanick Paquette about Earth One: Wonder Woman at the 2014 Anaheim WonderCon, so THANK GOODNESS the release date has officially been announced! After the incredibly excellent Multiversity, I believe Earth One: Wonder Woman will be as bracing as Grant Morrison’s Earth 2 graphic novel that he did with Frank Quitely, and will include Nubia (the Wonder Woman of Slaughter Island) which Morrison has made an integral part of his Amazonian mythology over the years, YES! The New 52 Wonder Woman by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang is the best run Wonder Woman has had in her comics since the Golden Age, correcting the Magic Clay problem and giving her a position in the Pantheon equal to her potential, so this long-gestating project might exceed expectations and make Wonder Woman “money” in the DCU; I sure hope so: HOLA!

    • Vera Evans

      The “magic clay” has never been a problem. But this “daughter of Zeus” bullshit is most DEFINITELY a major problem and I hope they “correct it” sooner than later.

  • Vera Evans

    Absolutely HATE Wonder Woman drawn with that stupid sword. And the shield is even worse. They actually WEAKEN, not strengthen her presence.