Harry G. Peter was the first artist of the 'Wonder Woman' comic, that started in 1941 at All-American Comics (later DC). Written by the psychologist Charles Moulton (William Moulton Marston), 'Wonder Woman' was about an Amazon princess who came to America after saving an American pilot. In her alter ego as Diana Prince, she served in the military and faught against the Germans.
'Wonder Woman' was based on Greek mythology and had the beauty of Aphrodite, the strength of Hercules, the wisdom of Athena, and the speed of Mercury. After Moulton's death in 1947, Harry G. Peter continued the comic until his death in 1958. It was later continued by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. Peter has also illustrated the 'Man-o-Metal' feature.
A Harry G. Peter panel from 'Wonder Woman' inspired Roy Lichtenstein's 'Reflections: Wonder Woman' (1989).