Wonderful woman

Fatimata Gossama, Elizabeth Leyba, Tomoe Lin and Kimiro Fields — who are members of Girls Inc., a nonprofit organization whose mission is giving confidence to girls — pose near a display at the Oct. 7 Wonder Woman stamp dedication.

The Postal Service released the highly anticipated Wonder Woman stamps Oct. 7 to honor the 75th anniversary of the iconic character’s debut.

At the stamp’s dedication ceremony in New York City, Chief Information Officer Kristin Seaver praised Wonder Woman and noted the character has “inspired countless young girls over the past three quarters of a century. We salute this heroic role model and her legacy that is sure to continue to span another 75 years.”

Other speakers included Wonder Woman artists Cliff Chiang and José Luis García-López, “DC All Access” host Tiffany Smith, and Sandy Yi, DC Entertainment’s senior vice president of franchise management.

The four stamps 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).

“It’s been an honor to work on an iconic character like Wonder Woman for the past 40 years,” said García-López, a Bronze Age artist. He added that it’s “thrilling to see my Wonder Woman included in the 75th anniversary celebration in such a prominent way.”

The stamps are available at Post Offices and usps.com. The Oct. 7 news release has more information.