Mariko Tamaki's debut on Wonder Woman, issue #759, has sold out and will return with a second printing on August 18.

The press release follows:

Media Release -- This week, the debut of Eisner award-winning writer Mariko Tamaki (Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass) on Wonder Woman #759 took the comic book world by storm! This breakthrough issue sold out fast, and DC is making sure that anyone that missed getting it the first time around gets another shot, as the book heads back to press for a second printing, arriving at comic book stores Tuesday, August 18.

Tamaki's compelling narrative and stunning art by Mikel Janin (Batman) delivered a story combining Hollywood blockbuster-level action with sublime moments like meeting new neighbors (moving into a new apartment never looked so good), plus the return of Maxwell Lord!

This second printing features a recolored version of the original cover with spectacular art by Batman/Superman artist David Marquez; the story by Tamaki and Janin, also features colors by Jordie Bellaire and letters by Pat Brosseau.

Wonder Woman #759 received glowing praise from press, with calling it "…a great starting point for the character," and "…a masterful first issue," while lauds the issue as "A Gorgeous New Beginning for Comics Greatest Heroine."

Tamaki and Janin return to continue Diana's new adventures, revealing more of the story behind Maxwell Lord and clues to an all-new villain for Diana to face in Wonder Woman #760, on sale Tuesday, August 11.