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DC Comics announces 'Wonder Woman: Earth One' Vol. 3 for March 9, 2021
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DC Comics announces ‘Wonder Woman: Earth One’ Vol. 3 for March 9, 2021

Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 3 arrives on March 9, 2021!

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DC Comics has revealed the cover art and release date for Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette’s third and final volume of Wonder Woman: Earth One. Set for March 9, 2021, the series is about Wonder Woman serving as the queen of the Amazons while Max Lord prepares an attack on Paradise Island.

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Diana, now queen of the Amazons, must assemble the disparate Amazonian tribes for the first time in a millennium. Max Lord’s assault on Paradise Island with his destructive A.R.E.S. armors is on the horizon, and in order to weather the war that is coming, Wonder Woman will need the full might of her sisters by her side! Can Diana finally bring her message of peace to Man’s World, or will Max Lord’s war burn the world and the Amazons to ashes?

Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 3

Retailing at $29.99, the graphic novel will be available for pre-order from Amazon and Barnes and Noble now. Wonder Woman: Earth One Vols. 1 & 2 are currently available wherever books are sold, including participating digital retailers readDC.com, ComiXology, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books and more.

Read our review of Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 1 here and Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 2 here.

For more on the project read the official DC Comics press release below.

The epic conclusion to the New York Times bestselling original graphic novel series from superstar and critically acclaimed duo Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette, Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 3, arrives on March 9, 2021!

Diana, now queen of the Amazons, must assemble the disparate Amazonian tribes for the first time in a millennium. Max Lord’s assault on Paradise Island with his destructive A.R.E.S. armors is on the horizon, and in order to weather the war that is coming, Wonder Woman will need the full might of her sisters by her side! Can Diana finally bring her message of peace to Man’s World, or will Max Lord’s war burn the world and the Amazons to ashes?

Continuing the tradition of the critically acclaimed ‘Earth One’ tales that deliver creative new interpretations of DC’s world-renowned Super Heroes, Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 3 is part of DC’s critically acclaimed and #1 New York Times bestselling ‘Earth One’ series and is Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette’s final installment of this visionary and enterprising trilogy of graphic novels.

A thought-provoking original graphic novel that puts an all-new spin on the Amazon Warrior, written by Grant Morrison, one of the most groundbreaking, critically acclaimed, and bestselling writers of his generation, and drawn by Yanick Paquette, an Eisner Award-nominated and Shuster Award-winning, globally recognized Canadian artist, this newest entry in DC’s Wonder Woman: Earth One trilogy is a great entry-point graphic novel for new readers.

Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 3 (9781779502070 / $29.99 US) publishes on March 9, 2021, and is available for pre-order from Amazon and Barnes and Noble now. Wonder Woman: Earth One Vols. 1 & 2 are currently available wherever books are sold, including participating digital retailers readDC.com, ComiXology, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books and more.

To preorder books from a comic shop near you, visit comicshoplocator.com, and to preorder Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 3 from an independent bookseller, visit indiebound.org.

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