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Wonder Woman


High Value: $1,000,000

Minimum Value: $12,000

Sensation Comics #1 (1942)

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High Value: $550,000

Minimum Value: $6,600

Wonder Woman #1 (1942)

If you have a copy of Wonder Woman #1 from 1942, then you might be holding a piece of comic book history. This comic book contains not only the first full-length comic devoted exclusively to Wonder Woman, but also introduces the retconned origin story of the powerful Amazonian warrior. In this issue, readers will discover how Wonder Woman receives her Lasso of Truth before leaving Paradise Island for the first time and learn about her combined powers from Aphrodite, Athena, Hercules, and Mercury. The comic book also features four full-length stories, including one where Wonder Woman tracks down a Japanese spy, captures him, and returns Steve Trevor as a war hero. If you have this comic book, don't hesitate to contact us for a free appraisal or to sell your collection for a fair price. Our business is known for its knowledge of comic books, so you can trust us to give you the best offer possible.

High Value: $41,000

Minimum Value: $490

Wonder Woman #98 (1958)

In Wonder Woman #98 (1958), we get to witness the epic and exciting origin story of the iconic superheroine, Wonder Woman. It all starts when the wise and powerful Athena approaches Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, with a proposition: choose a champion from her tribe to venture into the world of men and fight against crime and injustice. And so, a contest is initiated, sponsored by Hippolyta herself, to determine which Amazon will be sent to live in "Man's World."

This issue marks a significant revamp of Wonder Woman's character and story, bringing her into the Silver Age of comics. Robert Kanigher, the writer behind this fantastic tale, retells the gripping story of how the contest unfolded. Enter Orana, a fierce red-haired Amazon who challenges Diana for the title of Wonder Woman. But alas, her challenge is unsuccessful, and Diana emerges as the victorious hero.

And so, Diana Prince is born, and she assumes the identity of Steve Trevor's secretary while fighting for justice and protecting the innocent. This issue is a must-read for any true comics fan and a pivotal moment in the history of the iconic Wonder Woman. Don't miss the chance to own this piece of comic history and add it to your collection today!

High Value: $24,000

Minimum Value: $280

Sensation Comics #2 (1942)

Sensation Comics #2 is a thrilling adventure that sees our hero Wonder Woman facing off against Nazi spies and a deadly villain named Doctor Poison. When Steve Trevor and Diana Prince are captured and taken to Doctor Poison's HQ, Wonder Woman must act fast to save the day. With the help of her new friends, the Holiday Girls, Wonder Woman uses her incredible strength and cunning to defeat the Nazis and rescue Steve. But the real shock comes when Doctor Poison's true identity is revealed - she's actually a Japanese princess named Maru! This classic comic book is a must-read for fans of action, adventure, and superheroes. And if you're looking to sell your own comic book collection, Comics Into Cash is the place to turn. Our team of experts can appraise your collection and offer you top dollar for your prized possessions. Trust us to give your collection the care and attention it deserves.

High Value: $24,000

Minimum Value: $280

Wonder Woman #2 (1942)

Wonder Woman shows her strength not only on the field, but in her determination to do good as well. In Wonder Woman #2, we follow her as she battles Mars and his generals, the Earl of Greed, the Duke of Deception, and the Count of Conquest. Wonder Woman must rescue Steve Trevor, who is being held captive by Mars, and defeat his evil plans to take over the world. Along the way, Wonder Woman shows her intelligence and wit, using her resources to save Holiday College from closing its doors. With her Lasso of Truth and purple ray of healing, Wonder Woman proves that she is not only a superhero but a compassionate and brave leader as well. Trust us at Comics Into Cash, Wonder Woman #2 is a must-have for any collector looking to add a classic issue to their collection.

High Value: $21,000

Minimum Value: $260

Wonder Woman #7 (1943)

Hey there, comic book collectors! If you're searching for that rare gem to add to your collection, you may want to take a closer look at Wonder Woman #7, published way back in 1943. Written by creator William Moulton Marston, this issue features a series of exciting stories including "The Adventure of the Life Vitamin," "America's Wonder Women of Tomorrow," "The Secret Weapon," and "The Demon of the Depths."

But that's not all! In this issue, we also see Wonder Woman and her mother using their magic sphere to take a peek into the future. This classic comic book is a must-have for any Wonder Woman fan or collector.

If you happen to have a copy of Wonder Woman #7 in your possession, why not give us a call? At Comics Into Cash, we specialize in purchasing comic book collections, and we'd be happy to provide you with a free appraisal or offer you a fair price. Don't let your collection gather dust – contact us today and turn those old comics into cash!

High Value: $20,000

Minimum Value: $240

Wonder Woman #6 (1943)

Wonder Woman #6 showcases a timeless tale by the mastermind behind the creation of Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston. The issue presents an intense battle between the Amazon Princess and the notorious Cheetah, making her first appearance in the comic book series. As one of the few female superheroes, Wonder Woman's enemies also happened to be female, and the Cheetah became a memorable addition to Wonder Woman's rogues' gallery. On the cover of this collector's item, we see the dynamic artwork of Harry G. Peter, and the story follows the villainous Cheetah, Priscilla Rich, who becomes envious of Wonder Woman after meeting her at a charity event. Priscilla then steals the charity's money in an attempt to frame Wonder Woman, kickstarting a thrilling and captivating storyline. Despite the apparent demise of the Cheetah in the issue, the character makes a comeback, becoming one of Wonder Woman's most iconic and recognizable foes. Get your hands on this classic comic and delve into Wonder Woman's world, full of action, adventure, and memorable villains.

High Value: $15,000

Minimum Value: $180

Sensation Comics #3 (1942)

As an expert in comic books, we couldn't help but highlight Sensation Comics #3. In this story, Wonder Woman goes undercover as Diana Prince to stop a Nazi spy within the US Military Intelligence Headquarters. She uncovers the spy's identity with the help of the Holiday Girls and saves Steve Trevor from the Nazi's capture while clearing her own name.

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High Value: $13,000

Minimum Value: $160

Wonder Woman #3 (1943)

This is a classic issue of Wonder Woman that any true comic book connoisseur would be proud to own. Featuring the iconic Amazonian capturing a Gorilla and turning her over to Professor Zool, who uses his evolution machine to turn her human, this comic book is a true gem. But that's not all, folks! This issue features four stories, all with the nefarious Baroness Paula von Gunther as the unifying theme. And in one of these stories, we finally get a glimpse into Paula's mysterious origin. If you are lucky enough to have this comic book in your collection, don't hesitate to contact us for a free appraisal or to sell your collection to us. Comics Into Cash will get you a fair price for your valuable comic books.

High Value: $10,000

Minimum Value: $130

Sensation Comics #4 (1942)

In Sensation Comics #4 (1942), Wonder Woman battles the nefarious Baroness Von Gunther and experiences a momentous loss of strength. A sinister plot involving the Baroness and Nazi agents unravels as Diana Prince investigates the murder of a female employee at HQ, leading her to infiltrate the Baroness's lair as Wonder Woman. However, she is ultimately captured and enslaved, along with other girls who have been brainwashed and tortured. Steve Trevor also joins the fray and is captured, but with the help of the Holliday Girls, Wonder Woman breaks free and defeats the Nazi agents. This captivating story showcases Wonder Woman's resilience and bravery in the face of danger. If you're a fan of classic comics, Sensation Comics #4 is a must-read for any collector. Visit Comics Into Cash for more information on how to get the most out of your comic collection.

High Value: $10,000

Minimum Value: $120

Sensation Comics #6 (1942)

In Sensation Comics #6, Wonder Woman is gifted her iconic golden lasso from her mother and takes on the Baroness Paula Von Gunther once again. Steve Trevor is promoted to major while General Darnell goes on a top-secret mission to London. Steve takes over and retains his secretary, Lila Brown, which means Diana Prince has two weeks off. Just before she leaves, Diana discovers that Baroness Paula Von Gunther has escaped the police, worrying that Steve could be in danger. Diana receives a message from her mother, Queen Hippolyta, via her Mental Radio. She then uses her Invisible Plane to return to Paradise Island as Wonder Woman. There, she discovers that her Amazon sisters are competing in a lassoing contest, which she won. Her mother instructs her craftswomen to form a rope that can compel anyone that she lassos with it to obey her. When she returns to Man's World, she learns that Baroness Von Gunther has become Lady Chumpley and is behind the disappearance of Colonel Darnell's ship. Wonder Woman and Steve set out in her Invisible Plane, find the ship, and stop the Baroness and the German Commander. Wonder Woman decides to take them to a prison of her own choosing with the hope of reforming them. Check out Sensation Comics #6 for a thrilling Wonder Woman adventure!

High Value: $10,000

Minimum Value: $120

Wonder Woman #4 (1943)

Wonder Woman #4, written by the iconic William Moulton Marston, is a must-have for any comic book collector. With four exciting tales packed into one issue, this comic will leave you on the edge of your seat. In the first story, Wonder Woman teams up with Baroness Paula Von Gunther to stop a Japanese plan to incite war between the sexes in America. The second story sees them battling it out with Blakfu, king of the Mole Men. Then, they help reform rubber magnate Ivar Torson and his syndicate, who have been scheming to keep their secret rubber extraction solution from the U.S. government - a vital resource in the war effort. Lastly, Wonder Woman saves Paula's daughter from a vengeful former slave girl of the Baroness. If you have this comic in your collection, it's time to reach out to us for a free appraisal or to sell your collection to us for a fair price. At Comics Into Cash, we pride ourselves on our knowledge and reputation in the world of comics.

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