You Can Now Pre-Order Wonder Woman Unbound From Your Local Comic Shop With This Handy Form


The February 2014 issue of PREVIEWS (#305), the catalog from which comic shops order most of their comics and other cool items, came out on Wednesday and lists all of the items that will ship out this April.  And I’m in it!  My new book, Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious History of the World’s Most Famous Heroine, is listed in the “Books” section on page 398.  Take a look:


It’s a decent spot too.  It’s right between a Walking Dead novel and a bunch of Doctor Who books, which is nice company.

So now that Wonder Woman Unbound is in PREVIEWS, you can pre-order it from your local comic book shop if you want to purchase it that way.  It’s available via Amazon and whatnot as well, but it’s always fun to support your local comic shop.  Now, you could talk to the folks behind the counter next time you’re in buying your comics, and tell them that you want to pre-order Wonder Woman Unbound, it’s in the February PREVIEWS, and the order code is STK634958. But that’s a lot of stuff to remember, so instead you could just give them this handy form:


Just click here to get the PDF: Wonder Woman Unbound Pre-Order Form

Then print it, fill in your information, and hand it to the folks behind the counter next time you visit your shop.  They’ll order it for you, it’ll come in with their April 2nd comics shipment, and you can pick it up at the store.  Easy peasy!

Thanks in advance for supporting the book!  I’d love to get it into lots of comic shops, and people pre-ordering is a great way to get it noticed by shop owners.

Published by Tim Hanley

Tim Hanley is a comic book historian and the author of Wonder Woman Unbound, Investigating Lois Lane, The Many Lives of Catwoman, and Betty and Veronica: The Leading Ladies of Riverdale.

2 thoughts on “You Can Now Pre-Order Wonder Woman Unbound From Your Local Comic Shop With This Handy Form

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