Yara Flor was one of the highlights of DC’s Future State event in the months of January and February. DC quickly announced a new series before Future State ended to release in the month of May. Wednesday, DC Comics released more info on the upcoming series, including the release dates of issues #2 and #3. They also release a first look at issue #1 along with all of the covers for the first three issues.
DC Comics’ Wonder Girl series picks up in current continuity, prior to the events of Future State. “The story picks up with a brief vignette of Yara saying goodbye to her aunt at the Boise airport,” says series writer and artist Joëlle Jones, “and then it’s straight on to Brazil! This trip opens up a huge world to her full of exciting characters. It’s incredibly exciting for her, but full of challenges both fun and dangerous.”
This is a lot for the teenager raised in Boise, Idaho. Little does she know, however, that her arrival in Brazil has been foretold and the events following her arrival will change the world of Wonder Woman forever as Hera chooses her to be her new champion.
Enjoy this first look at DC Comics’ Wonder Girl #1, released digitally and at comic shops on May 18th.
DC also released the covers that will don the first three issues of the series. Jones will serve as the main cover artist for all three issues. Issue #1 will also include variant covers by Bilquis Evely & Mat Lopes, TEAM variant by Rafael Grampá, and a 1:25 variant cover by J. Scott Campbell & Sabine Rich.
Info on Issues #2 and #3
Issue #2 of Wonder Girl releases on June 15 and features a card stock variant cover by Will Murai. The story picks up after Yara receives her gift from the gods of Brazil. Little does he know that someone is keeping a close eye on her.
Issue #3 of Wonder Girl releases the third week of July on the 20th and finds Yara going through training as Hera’s new champion. However, Eros, the god of love and Hera’s grandson, pays Yara a visit, and everything changes for the new hero. Can she resist Eros’ temptation. In addition to Jones’ main cover issue #3 also includes a card stock variant by artist Matteo Scalera.
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