Wonder Woman Comics price guide
Last updated December 29, 2016
The longest-running female superhero of all DC Comics characters has been around since the early 1940s.
What are your vintage WW comic books worth?
While many of the earliest appearances of Wonder Woman are worth a small fortune, and a handful qualify as genuinely rare comic books (article opens in a new tab or window), there are many 'average' Golden and Silver Age issues that will turn up fairly often.
The key issues are the golden discoveries. Don't get too excited if you find old WW comics: read this article and try to ID them.
Condition is vital to all comic book values, of course. Before you start worrying about the value of your vintage Wonder Woman back issues, you might want to read our article on how to grade comic books (article opens in a new tab or window).
The first appearance of Wonder Woman was in All-Star Comics #8. As you can see from the picture, she was not featured on the cover.
All-Star Comics #8
First Appearance of Wonder Woman
Record sale: $411,000
Minimum value: $7,000
There is a ton of recent interest in Wonder Woman, and the value of All-Star #8 has rocketed in all grades. The record sale occurred in 2016.
Even though she is not on the cover, this book is of huge importance.
Wonder Woman did not have to wait long for a cover appearance.
Sensation Comics #1
First Wonder Woman cover
Record sale: $83,000
Minimum value: $2,000
Published in 1942, Sensation Comics #1 is the first cover to feature Wonder Woman. For whatever reason, this comic has been discovered in higher grade more often than AS8.
We think it's a classic Golden Age comic book cover. Certainly when compared to Green Lantern or Flash, this is still an affordable book, but prices are rising fast.
Wonder Woman comics as a stand-alone title followed the good performance of Sensation Comics.
Sensation Comics #13
WW2 Cover featuring Hitler, Tujo and Mussolini as bowling pins
Record sale: $3,200
Minimum value: $100
Sensation Comics #99
First Astra, Girl of the Future
Record sale: $700
Minimum value: $10
Wonder Woman Comics #1
First solo title
Record sale: $53,000
Minimum value: $1,000
Again published in 1942 (summer), Wonder Woman Comics #1 is a very familiar comic book.
With the famous golden lasso swirling around the title and price, and Diana on a white horse, this is another red hot comic right now, and rising in price in every grade.
Wonder Woman #7
Classic WW for President Cover
Record sale: $8,500
Minimum value: $300
Wonder Woman #34
Classic Robot cover
Record sale: $2,600
Minimum value: $20
Wonder Woman #45
Origin Story Retold
Record sale: $2,900
Minimum value: $30
Wonder Woman #105
1st Appearance of Wonder Girl
Record sale: $7,400
Minimum value: $40
Not only does Wonder Woman #105 have a classic cover, it is a key issue in the history of Wonder Woman comics, and a great find if you happen to come across one!
This very early Silver Age comic, published in 1959, features the first appearance of Wonder Girl. There's also an expanded origin of Wonder Woman.
While it's not too hard to find copies, even on eBay, high-grade copies of WW 105 are very scarce.
A beaten-up copy of this comic book is only worth around $50, but the record for this issue is over $7,000 for a CGC 9.4.
Have yours appraised for free by Sell My Comic Books if you found one.
Here are some live auctions featuring WW #105. They should help you to work out what your copy is worth.
Wonder Woman Comics #122
First Wonder Tot
Record sale: $580
Minimum value: $5
Brave and the Bold #28
First appearance of the JLA
Record sale: $120,000
Minimum value: $600
A book of huge importance. It was under-valued for decades. Recent interest has been sparked by the announcement of a JLA movie.
Justice League of America #1
Origin and First Appearance of JLA
Record sale: $75,000
Minimum value: $100
Among the valuable comic books featuring Wonder Woman, there are few better 1960s finds than Justice League of America #1.
This launch issue of the classic DC superhero group is a must-have for many collectors. Wonder Woman fans will be competing with JLA collectors, and also fans of the other characters in this book:
This is an absolutely excellent comic book find. If you have one, it's worth at least $100 (in really poor, but complete, shape). Much more in better shape.
Here are some live auctions featuring JLA #1. They should help you to work out what your copy is worth.
Wonder Woman is one of the DC comics characters that has been published uninterrupted since her first appearance. You can even collect newly published Wonder Woman comics today.
That means it's pretty common to find copies of 10c Golden Age and, later, 12c-25c Silver Age comics featuring Wonder Woman.
What IS unusual is to find is a run of older Wonder Woman issues in higher grade. You should definitely have us give you a comic book appraisal (it's free) if you come across such a collection.
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