with the wonder woman movie just around the corner, it seemed a good idea to make a list of some important comics that will make sure to give everyone an insight into this amazon and her world, whether you’re just getting into the wonder woman comics, or are looking for some more. comics with an* beside them are a must read !
sensation comics ( 1942 ) : #1 – 106. the first appearance of wonder woman. wonder woman vol 1. ( 1942 ) : #222 – #329. canon wondertrev. batman / superman / wonder woman : trinity ( 2003 ) : a take on how the trinity first met. * jla ( 1997 ) : #61 – #64, #66 – #83, #90, #105. blood/gore/death/body horror tw. league dynamics and canon wonderbat. * jla : a league of one ( 2000 ) : diana fights an ancient dragon and defies an equally ancient prophecy. blackest night : wonder woman ( 2010 ) : diana as a star sapphire. gore/blood tw. wonder woman ‘77 ( 2015 ) : all the 70′s aesthetic of the tv show in comic form. * the legend of wonder woman ( 2015 ) : another recon of diana’s origin story, but now, with cute art, a positively written etta candy, and more wondertrev. wonder woman vol 2. ( 1987 ) : #1 – #62, #73 – #77, #170, #184, * #195 –225. blood tw. * wonder woman : the hiketeia ( 2002 ) : by greg rucka. lots about ancient greek traditions and the diana x bruce dynamic. justice league beyond 2.0 ( 2013 ) : #15 – 24. canon wonderbat. death tw. sensation comics featuring wonder woman : #1 – 4, #7, #20 – 21, #23 – 32. #38 – #41, #45 – #47, #49 – #51. wonder woman : spirit of truth ( 2001 ) * wonder woman : rebirth ( 2016 ) : #1 – ongoing. justice league vs suicide squad ( 2016 ) : #1 – #6. justice league ( 2016 ) : #1 – ongoing. trinity ( 2016 ) : #1 – ongoing.
Title: Tchotchkes Character: Shun Murphy A/n: This was probably a really stupid idea, but a part of me just wanted to write it out; so now I give it to you.
“Morning, Shaun.” You said in the usual tone whenever you saw each other.
“Good Morning, Dr. (L/n). Did you sleep well?”
You looked up at him with a sharp nod. “Very well, I think it was the most hours I’ve gotten in since Pre-Med.”
Shaun smiled ever slightly. “I’m glad.”
Your fingers made a distinct tapping nosie on the desk in front of you. “That reminds me, I heard from Dr. Glassman that you gave a pretty great speech at the board meeting when they were still considering on whether to hire you or not. He told me you did very well.”
Shaun shrugged. “I didn’t really do much; just talked.”
You gave him a sideways glance. “Hey, I got you something,” You said with a grin, reaching into your pocket and taking something out; quickly concealing it from Shaun with both of your hands. “Promise not to laugh?”
Shaun kept his gaze on your closed hands. “Why would I laugh at you? You’re my friend.”
You chuckled softly, holding your hands close to him, opening them to reveal a novelty keychain of a 70’s television sitting in between your hands.
Shaun’s eyes lit up when he saw it, his gaze meeting yours for a brief moment before he slowly picked it up from your hands, turning it over and staring at the screen.
“You got this for me?” He asked.
You nodded, a beaming smile on your face as you could clearly see he liked it. “Yeah, I know how you wanna buy a television. And I wanted to keep that a special milestone for you; so when I saw this little guy on a huge rack of keychains, I figured it was the next best thing.”
Shaun continued to look at it, seemingly fixated with the little toy television. “Thank you.”
“That’s not even the even the best part,” You reached out and pressed on one of the little buttons, your hand brushing against Shaun’s lightly, the keychain’s screen lit up bright pink. “Tada!” You sang.
Shaun laughed, his eyes absolutely glittering as he watched with great amusement. “This is great!”
“I’m glad you like it,” You said with a proud laugh. “Can I see your house key?”
Shaun reached into his coat pocket, handing over both the key and the chain to you, watching closely as your hands gracefully joined the two in a matter of seconds.
“There, now you’ll never lose it.” You said as you handed it back to him.
“I’ll take good care of it,” Shaun said, still looking down at it fondly as the light turned off. “You’re very nice to me.”
You shrugged, a slight flush hidden on the tips of your ears. “I’m nice to all the people I like,” You said before the intercome paged you. “Have a good day, Dr. Murphy.”
Shaun looked up at his hands, the keychain resting neatly between the ends of his fingers. It was rather late when he finally managed to get back home; getting hit with a heavy wave of fatigue as he got dressed for bed and nuzzled onto his air mattress.
He was still in the slow process of acquiring proper furniture for his home. But for now the makeshift bed and collection of books and lamps would do just fine.
The living room was dark. Silver light pooled in from the moon, but the rest was set in a blue tinge. Shaun’s mind went back onto your conversation from earlier, and his thumb pressed into the tv’s button.
A small smile broke out on his face as the light cast a pink glow on his face and the white blanket he always slept with.
Shaun’s palms pressed into the plastic, a light and fluttering feeling swelling in his chest as his mind continuously went back to the fact that you had gotten this for him. That you thought about him when you saw it, and that you cared enough to get it for him.
This was the first time a friend had given him a present.
He kept it in his hands until the light went out and with one last look at it, Shaun sat up and stood from the mattress; walking to the front of the room to place the keychain in the center of the blue line of tape he made for the real thing.
A/n 2.0: Just to clarify, this was written before Oliver so I was unaware of Shaun’s dislike for questions and I wanted to mention this because this particular story had a lot of questions directed at Shaun.