*DC: A significant top-up to DC’s Amazing Amazon, from 1968 to 1976, a complete consecutive run of those issues now available! Kicking off with an unprecedented team-up in #177 with Supergirl, then, of course, the notorious ‘New Wonder Woman’ run by O’Neil and Sekowsky, wherein our heroine lost her mighty powers. Becoming a martial artist and investigator, she fought crime in a manner more reminiscent of Modesty Blaise or Emma Peel in high-tension spy thrillers, with an occasional dip into fantasy realms. Especially sought-after from this period are the Jeff Jones covers on #199 and #200, and the issues featuring guest-star Catwoman (#201, #202). With #203, to tie in with the release of Gloria Steinem’s WW retrospective book, Diana was switched abruptly back to super-powered mode, and shortly thereafter endured a test of trials to establish her fitness to rejoin the Justice league, with high-profile guest-stars in every issue. And the Red Tornado. Wrapping up this run, the last few more experimental issues before the launch of the TV show starring Lynda Carter, after which point the title became one of DC’s short-lived “DC TV Comics”. Mostly in high grades, this sequence takes the Princess of Paradise Island through a plethora of changes, constituting one of the more interesting periods in her long history.