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Wonder Woman to be next Digital First title from DC Comics

A story arc by Gail Simone will kick off the "Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman" title in the Digital First comics series, launching in August 2014.

This cover by artist Renae De Liz shows Wonder Woman's legacy and destiny as one of the world's most beloved superheroes. DC Comics

Wonder Woman fans longing to see her invisible jet and truth lasso in action on the big screen may have to wait, but that doesn't mean she's waiting by the sidelines quietly. Everyone's favorite Amazonian is the star of the next Digital First title from DC Entertainment, "Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman".

It will debut in August, as the third Digital First anthology series, with a story arc by Gail Simone and art by Ethan van Sciver. Digital First is DC's line of comics that are available online and in apps before they appear in print.

"As diehard fans of Wonder Woman, we are incredibly honored to showcase the world's most iconic female Super Hero through our Digital First publishing program," Hank Kanalz, senior vice president of Vertigo and Integrated Publishing stated in the DC Comics blog.

"With this series creators can dream up unique takes on the Amazon Princess to give fans a new adventure every week. We're very excited about the line-up, and readers won't want to miss the sensational action-packed Wonder Woman stories we have planned for the coming weeks and beyond," Kanalz said.

Fans can look forward to more upcoming stand-alone stories with Wonder Woman by Cecil Castellucci, Cat Staggs, Amanda Diebert, Renae De Liz, Chris Sprouse, Caitlin Kittredge, Georges Jeanty, Lauren Beukes and James Tynion IV.

No villain is safe from Wonder Woman's lasso in this cover by Ethan van Sciver. DC Comics