|Publication date||January 1942 – May–June 1952|
|No. of issues||109|
|Main character(s)||Wonder Woman|
Sensation Comics is the title of an American comic book anthology series published by DC Comics that ran for 109 issues between 1942 and 1952. For most of its run, the lead feature was Wonder Woman, a character which had been introduced in All Star Comics #8 (October 1941). Other characters that appeared included the Black Pirate, the Gay Ghost, Mister Terrific, Wildcat, Sargon the Sorcerer, Hal Mason, the Whip, the Atom, Little Boy Blue, Hop Harrigan, Romance, Inc., Lady Danger, Doctor Pat, and Astra.
The series briefly became a romance title starting with issue #94 (November 1949). Johnny Peril became the lead feature with issue #107, when the theme of the comic changed to a supernatural/mystery format. The title was changed to Sensation Mystery with #110 and ran for another seven issues. The retitled series ended with issue #116 (July–August 1953).
The Sensation Comics title was used again in 1999 as the title for one issue of the Justice Society Returns storyline.
DC Comics revived the Sensation Comics series in August 2014 as a "Digital First" series featuring Wonder Woman. The print edition debuted with an October cover date. This series was cancelled in December 2015. The final issue was #17 (cover dated Feb. 2016).
In 2000 and 2001, DC reprinted several of its most notable issues in the Millennium Edition series. The first issue of Sensation Comics was reprinted in this format.
Wonder Woman...took the lead in Sensation Comics following a sneak preview in All Star Comics #8.
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In the DC December 2015 solicitations, both Batman '66 and Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman are listed as ending with that month's issues.