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  1. The cover to Wonder Woman #184 (vol. 2, October, 2002) by Adam Hughes depicts his modern Wonder Woman meeting the H.G. Peter Wonder Woman of the 1940s. The book The Secret History of Wonder Woman (Knopf, 2014) by Harvard historian Professor Jill Lepore featured a panel of Wonder Woman by H.G. Peter on its cover.

  2. Jan 26, 2016 · HG Peter was Wonder Woman’s original artist, and this piece by him was a rejected cover from the 1940s. A perfect illustration to colour and package. A perfect illustration to colour and package. A lost gem is rediscovered.

  3. Oct 12, 2002 · H. G. Peter - Original Illustration of Wonder Woman (ca. 1941). This is, quite frankly, an incredible piece of comics history. Recently acquired from the estate of H. G. Peter, Wonder Woman's original artist, these are his first sketches of the Amazon Princess. The figures are done in what appear to be pencil, ink, and crayon and show Wonder ...

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  5. Sep 12, 2017 · The first ever sketch of Wonder Woman. This is the first ever sketch of Wonder Woman by H.G. Peter from 1941. On the drawing, Peter wrote: Dear Dr. Marston, I slapped these two out in a hurry. The eagle is tough to handle — when in perspective or in profile, he doesn’t show up clearly — the shoes look like a stenographer’s.

  6. Sep 30, 2017 · HG Peter created Wonder Woman as much as William Moulton Marston did, and he deserves to be credited for that right alongside his collaborator. Suffragette City. Harry George Peter — or HG Peter as he was credited — was born in 1880 in San Rafael, California as the youngest of three children to French parents, Louis and Louisa.

  7. William Moulton Marston passed away in 1947, but HG Peter continued to draw Wonder Woman for just over a decade until his own death in 1958. During his time with the character, HG Peter co-created Wonder Woman herself, Hippolyta, Etta Candy and the Holiday Girls, Steve Trevor, The Cheetah, Ares, Doctor Pycho, Baroness Paula Von Gunther and many ...

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