All Star Comics #8 ( cover dated January 1942) featured the first appearance of Wonder Woman in an eight-page story written by William Moulton Marston, under the pen name of "Charles Moulton" with art by H. G. Peter.  The insert story was included to test reader interest in the Wonder Woman concept.
In the skies above the open ocean, a military plane begins its unruly descent toward Paradise Island. The crash site is approached by two women, Mala and a "princess", who are shocked to find a man as the craft's only occupant. He is brought to the hospital where it is discovered that his papers identify him as Captain Steve Trevor, enlisted in the...
↑ 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
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All-Star Comics #8 is an issue of the series All-Star Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 1942. It was published on October 21, 1941.
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"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. Hibbard , Stan Aschmeier , Ben Flinton , Cliff Young , Jack Burnley , Sheldon Moldoff and Bernard Baily .