1940s

Cover by Harry G. Peter (1942)

Note: Harry Peter was the first artist to draw Wonder Woman.


Cover by Harry G. Peter (1944)

Cover by Harry G. Peter (1949)

1950s

Cover by Irv Novick (1953)

Cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito (1958)

1960s

Uncredited Cover (1961)

Cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito (1962)

Cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito (1966)

Cover by Mike Sekowsky and Dick Giordano (1968)

Note: Noah wrote about the new, hip Wonder Woman created by Denny O’Neil and Mike Sekowsky here.

1970s

Cover by Mike Sekowsky and Dick Giordano (1970)

Cover by Dick Giordano (1972)

Cover by Bob Oksner (1974)

Note: Wonder Woman returned to the star-spangled panties in 1973.

Cover by Jose Garcia-Lopez and Vince Colletta (1977)

Cover by Dick Dillin and Dick Giordano (1979)

1980s

Cover by Dave Cockrum and Dick Giordano (1980)

Cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (1986)

Cover by George Perez (1987)

Note: The Wonder Woman comic was rebooted in 1987.

Cover by George Perez (1987)

Cover by George Perez and Chris Marrinan (1989)

1990s

Cover by Brian Bolland (1992)

Cover by Brian Bolland (1993)

Cover by Brian Bolland (1995)

Note: Diana briefly lost her position as Wonder Woman in 1994, but continued to fight evil in this get-up.

Cover by John Byrne (1996)

Cover by Howard Porter (1997)

Note: Third volume of Justice League of America.

Cover by Adam Hughes (1999)

2000s

Cover by Adam Hughes (2001)

Note: the “Screaming Chicken” armor was created by Alex Ross in the alternate reality storyline, Kingdom Come (1996).

Cover by Adam Hughes (2002)

Cover by J.G. Jones (2005)

Cover by J.G. Jones (2005)

Cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson (2006)

Note: the Wonder Woman comic was rebooted again in 2006.

Poster by Alex Ross (2007)

Note: Served as two variant covers for issue 12 of Justice League of America (vol. 4).

Cover by Ed Benes and Alex Sinclair (2008)

Cover by Aaron Lopresti (2008)

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All scanning credit (except the Alex Ross poster) belongs to AmazonArchives.com.

And if you’d like to read a (much) longer history on the Wonder Costume, wonder-fan Carol Strickland has one on her website.

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