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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsir View Post
    Giganta doesn't really have much of a publishing history despite being a somewhat famous villain. She first appeared in WW Vol 1 #9 which is one of the best Golden Age stories and then she appears in issue #24 as a member of Villainy Inc. After that she has no Silver or Bronze age appearances, at least in her own book.

    She didn't reappear again until John Byrne's run and not even as a major villain either, more like a cameo.


    Giganta also appeared in an issue of Super Friends. It was issue 30:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsir View Post
    Giganta doesn't really have much of a publishing history despite being a somewhat famous villain. She first appeared in WW Vol 1 #9 which is one of the best Golden Age stories and then she appears in issue #24 as a member of Villainy Inc. After that she has no Silver or Bronze age appearances, at least in her own book.

    She didn't reappear again until John Byrne's run and not even as a major villain either, more like a cameo.
    She did reappear in the Silver Age actually - Wonder Woman #163 ("Giganta - The Gorilla Girl") where she falls in love with Steve Trevor IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssane View Post
    She did reappear in the Silver Age actually - Wonder Woman #163 ("Giganta - The Gorilla Girl") where she falls in love with Steve Trevor IIRC.
    Weird, I don't recall that story. Its essentially a retelling of the original Golden Age version with Doctor Psycho.
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    I'd like to narrow this down a little. For me it's important to have all eras represented, and also that everything be in continuity, to have actually "happened." I wouldn't want to confuse a new reader, who may be new to comics, with an Elseworlds story. Also, my sense of order demands that every decade be represented but with only 7 total and almost 80 years of history that's not possible.

    So how about something like this? These are spaced out fairly evenly.

    Something from:

    The early 1940s
    The mid 1950s
    The late 1960s
    The early 1980s
    The early 1990s
    The mid 2000s
    The late 2010s

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    The early 1940s: Wonder Woman and the Cheetah
    The mid 1950s: Nothing
    The late 1960s: Wonder Woman and Supergirl vs the Planetary Invader
    The early 1980s: Swan Song
    The early 1990s: Chalk Drawings
    The mid 2000s: Eyes of the Gorgon
    The late 2010s: The Witching Hour.
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    ‘40s - Wonder Woman vs The Cheetah (Marston & Peter) (WW #6)
    ‘50s - Wanted: Wonder Woman (Kanigher & Andru) (WW #108)
    ‘60s - Return To Paradise Island / The Last Battle (O’Neil & Sekowsky) (WW #183-184)
    ‘70s - The Cosmic Quest For The Disc of Mars (Harris & Delbo) (DC Special Series #9)
    ‘80s - Swan Song (Thomas & Colan) (WW #290)
    ‘90s - The Contest (Messner-Lobes & Deodato) (WW #0, 90-92)
    ‘00s - Who is Wonder Woman (Heinberg & Dodson) (WW #1-4, Annual #1)
    ‘10s - Year One (Rucka & Scott)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Poison View Post
    1.) Phil Jimenez's run
    2.) George Perez's run
    3.) Greg Rucka's 2nd run
    4.) Alan Heinburg's run
    5.) John Byrne's run
    6.) Eric Luke's run
    7.) Steve Orlando's various issues
    Pretty much the above. Those are pretty much the best of the modern stuff. I would probaby swap out number 7 for a PreCrisis story, JUDGMENT IN INFINITY.

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