Wonder Woman No. 258 Cover by Delbo & Giordano

April 16, 2022|In Comics, DC

José Delbo was the penciller on Wonder Woman from 1976–1981, encompassing the time when the Lynda Carter TV series was on American television. This cover by him and inker Dick Giordano came right in the middle of his time on the book.

It was business as usual for the Amazon princess averting nuclear disaster while riding a fighter jet bareback.

New colour by myself.

Wonder Woman #258 published DC Comics

As published.

Wonder Woman #258 cover art by José Delbo and Dick Giordano

Scan of the original art from Heritage Auctions.

Comic book production art by Scott Dutton

Art made production ready with trade dress removed and missing art pieces drawn in.

Comic book coloring by Scott Dutton

New colour version.

Comic book design and packaging by Scott Dutton

Re-created trade dress added.


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