‘Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace’ Returns with New Digital Comic Book Content!

Back in April, DC launched a new chapter in their digital publishing slate with the weekly publication of Superman: The Man of Tomorrow, Batman: Gotham Nights, Wonder Woman: Agent of […]

Back in April, DC launched a new chapter in their digital publishing slate with the weekly publication of Superman: The Man of Tomorrow, Batman: Gotham Nights, Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace, and more. These issues were new to DC’s digital space, providing access to content that had previously only been printed in DC Giants for Walmart and the Direct Market. With today’s publication of Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #13, all of DC’s Digital First slate is now original content.

Watch this space for new installments of Superman: The Man of Tomorrow and Batman: Gotham Nights, and see below for the next month of stories appearing in Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace.

  • Wednesday 10/21 
    • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #13
      • Power Drive” by Ivan Cohen and Pop Mhan
        • When a super-in-sync gang of criminals bring their high-speed crime spree to Washington, D.C., it’s up to Wonder Woman and guest-star Wonder Girl to bring the bad guys down! But how will they catch the criminals, who vanish without a trace after every heist?

 

  • Wednesday 10/28
    • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #14
      • Under the Radar” by Amanda Diebert and Aaron Lopresti
        • Wonder Woman shares a story from her childhood with Etta Candy about a traveler who changed her life.

 

  • Wednesday 11/4
    • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #15
      • Self Care” by Danny Lore and Maria Laura Sanapo
        • Wonder Woman travels to Las Vegas to enlist the help of Zatana against Devastation.

 

  • Wednesday 11/11
    • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #16
      • Fear the Dark” by Andrew Wheeler and Paul Pelletier
        • A teenage boy summoned a dark witch out of a book of spells to cover his town in the same darkness that consumes him. Wonder Woman arrives to drive the dark witch back to where she came from.

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