Wonder Woman is striking out on her own with a sheet of USPS first-class stamps to be introduced Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego and dedicated at a first-day-of-issue ceremony at New York Comic-Con on Oct. 7.
"WW's 75th Anniversary is going to be celebrated on US Forever stamps!! So exciting. xo," actress Lynda Carter, TV's Wonder Woman, tweeted Friday.
The sheet of 20 stamps -- which the U.S. Postal Service said will depict Wonder Woman during four eras of comic book history: Golden Age (1941–55), Silver Age (1956–72), Bronze Age (1973–86) and Modern Age (1987–present) -- is priced at 47 cents per stamp, but because of that Forever status will still be good to slap onto an ounce of first-class mail whenever rates go up.