Wonder Woman Gets Official Stamp for 75th Anniversary

Four different versions of Wonder Woman are coming to a stamp near you.
Courtesy of U.S. Postal Service
Four different versions of Wonder Woman are coming to a stamp near you.

She can fly, has superhuman strength and wields a pair of indestructible bracelets forged from Zeus' shield. And now, she can carry your postage across the country for only 47 cents.

The U.S. Postal Service is celebrating the 75th anniversary of DC Comics' iconic heroine Wonder Woman with a set of commemorative stamps, part of its non-denominational Forever series.

The stamps will debut at Comic Con in San Diego this weekend and feature four different images of Wonder Woman from her Gold Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age and Modern incarnations.

This isn't Wonder Woman's first "stamping ovation," according to the Postal Service. She received panes in 2006 and 1988, alongside Batman, Superman, Supergirl and other luminaries of the DC universe.

Last night in San Diego for Comic-Con preview night, a real-life version of Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet made its debut at the convention timed to the anniversary.

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