DC Comics celebrates Wonder Woman's 75th anniversary!

DC Comics celebrated the 75th anniversary of its fictional superheroine Wonder Woman at the New York Comic Con.

Image courtesy- book cover

New York: DC Comics celebrated the 75th anniversary of its fictional superheroine Wonder Woman at the New York Comic Con.

On Friday, the day began with the unveiling of the new Wonder Woman postage stamp. There was also a panel of comics creators who are currently working on the character, reports variety.com.

The panel saw the announcement of a new crossover between 'Wonder Woman '77', a book that continues the adventures of the Wonder Woman depicted in the TV series starring Lynda Carter, and another book with ties to classic TV 'Batman '66'. 

'Wonder Woman '77' writer Marc Andreyko and cover artist Cat Staggs were present for the announcement. 

Also there was Greg Rucka, the current writer of the character's flagship series.

"Everybody in pop culture knows who she is, but nobody knows who she is," he said of the character. 

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