Wonder Woman by John Byrne Vol. 3 (Hardback) John Byrne & John Byrne - 9781401292249
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- The final set of 1990s stories written and illustrated by superstar comics creator John Byrne is collected for the first time in Wonder Woman by John Byrne Vol. 3.
- John Byrne is one of the most celebrated comics creators of all time, with his runs on Superman, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Incredible Hulk considered some of the greatest ever.
- Collects the classic stories from Wonder Woman #125-136.
In these tales from the 1990s written and illustrated by John Byrne, Wonder Woman is gravely wounded—and to save her life, Zeus transforms her from an Amazon to the goddess of truth. And with no one to play the role of Wonder Woman, Diana’s own mother, Queen Hippolyta of the Amazons, becomes the new Wonder Woman. After a chance encounter with Jay Garrick, the Golden Age Flash, Hippolyta journeys back to the 1940s to help the Justice Society of America free Europe from Nazi oppression. And as John Byrne’s run on Wonder Woman comes to an end, Diana reassumes the mantle of Wonder Woman just in time to help Donna Troy, better known as Wonder Girl, come to grips with the truth of her identity. Writer and artist John Byrne (Superman, X-Men, Fantastic Four) continues his epic tale of the Amazon Warrior! Wonder Woman by John Byrne Vol. 3 collects the classic stories from Wonder Woman #125-136.
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- Born in England and raised in Canada, John Byrne discovered superheroes through The Adventures of Superman on television. After studying at the Alberta College of Art and Design, he broke into comics first with Skywald and then at Charlton, where he created the character Rog-2000. Following his tenure at Charlton, Byrne moved to Marvel, where his acclaimed runs on The Uncanny X-Men and The Fantastic Four soon made him one of the most popular artists in the industry. In 1986 he came to DC to revamp Superman from the ground up, and since then he has gone on to draw and/or write every major character at both DC and Marvel.