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  1. "Introducing Wonder Woman" is a story from All Star Comics #8. Released on October 21, 1941 (cover dated Dec/Jan 1941/1942), it is notable as the first appearance of Wonder Woman.

  2. All Star Comics is an American comic book series from All-American Publications, one of three companies that merged with National Periodical Publications to form the modern-day DC Comics. While the series' cover-logo trademark reads All Star Comics, its copyrighted title as indicated by postal indicia is All-Star Comics, with a hyphen.

    • (Original run), 57, (Revival), 17
    • DC Comics
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  4. All Star Comics #7 advertised #8 as "on sale everywhere about Oct. 25!" The 1941 Library of Congress Periodicals filed copyright on October 21, 1941 (DC did not report actual on-sale dates to the copyright office until 1958).

  5. All-Star Superman, a film in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series, is an adaptation of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's 2005–2008 comic book All-Star Superman. It was written by writer Dwayne McDuffie and directed by Sam Liu. It was released on February 22, 2011.

  6. All-Star Comics 8. "Chin up, and keep 'em flying!" "Two New Members Win Their Spurs" is the title to the eight-chapter storyline that appears in issue #8 of the All-Star Comics comic book series by DC Comics and All-American Publications. The story was written by Gardner Fox and illustrated by a different artist per chapter including Everett E ...

    • January, 1942
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    • "Two New Members Win Their Spurs"
  7. This entire issue is reprinted in All-Star Comics Archives Vol. 2 and Millennium Edition: All-Star Comics #8. Justice Society of America Notes. The first story in this issue is divided into nine chapters. The Justice Society of America were chronologically last seen as a group in All-Star Squadron Annual #3. They appear next in All-Star Comics #9.

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