Wonder Man (Simon Williams) is a fictional character, a superhero that appears in comic book published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee and artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby, he first appeared in Avengers #9 (Oct. 1964).
Wonder Man first appears in Avengers #9 (Oct. 1964), and after supposedly dying was not seen again until Avengers #102 (Aug. 1972) where he made a brief "cameo" appearance - still in a comatose state. Wonder Man's body is later revived by the villain Kang in Avengers #131 - 132 (Jan - Feb. 1975), and then again by the Black Talon in Avengers #152 (Oct. 1976) and finally the Living Laser in Avengers Annual #6 (1976). After this last encounter, Wonder Man finally recovers his faculties and joins the Avengers in a full-time capacity in Avengers #160 (Jun. 1977).
Wonder Man is a member for many years, and for a time serves with the expansion group the West Coast Avengers, who first appear in a self-titled mini-series, which ran for four issues from September to December 1984. The team eventually disbands and Wonder Man joins a reformed version called Force Works, which debuted in an ongoing series in July, 1994. The unit, however, splinters quickly and Wonder Man eventually rejoins the main team in issue #4 (vol. 3), dated May 1998. Despite the collapse of the team in Avengers #503, (vol. 3, Dec. 2004), Wonder Man joins a new splinter group called the Mighty Avengers, who feature in an ongoing title that debuted in March 2007.
Wonder Man also appeared in an on-going series that ran for twenty-nine issues from September 1991 to February 1994 (also included are two Annuals). In 1986 he also appeared in a self-titled graphic novel, which was subsequently followed in 2000 by a limited series titled Avengers Two: Wonder Man and the Beast, which ran for three issues. In 2007 Wonder Man featured in a second mini-series, titled Wonder Man: My Fair Super Hero, which ran for five issues.
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