I'm not as enamored with most of DC's Elseworlds titles, mostly because they seem to be all concept and no follow-through. For example, Gotham by Gaslight has a wonderful setup and glorious design (by a very young Mike Mignola), but I remember the story kind of falling flat and not really going anywhere. Kingdom Come is definitely one of the better ones, but I dislike Mark Millar enough that I'm not in a big hurry to get to Superman: Red Son. I will double the recommendation for The Dark Knight Returns, though, which is not only perhaps the definitive Elseworlds story but also one of the best comics ever done. I also have very fond memories of Alan Davis' Justice League: The Nail, even if I am having a hard time remembering anything about it other than the setup and the punch line. I also liked Justice Riders, which is short and to-the-point by putting select members of the Justice League in the Old West. Also wins points for putting Wonder Woman as the leader of the group as Sheriff Diana Prince, who is a taciturn badass in the finest Western tradition. Just good, straightforward pulpy fun and satisfying in a way I don't find many other of DC's Elseworlds titles to be. I love Gail Simone's run on Wonder Woman, although some are definitely better than others. The Circle kicks off the cycle, which is followed by WW: Ends of the Earth, WW: Rise of the Olympian, WW: Warkiller, and WW: Contagion. I enjoyed reading them all, although sometimes the plots end up being a bit unwieldy. Mostly I just love the way Simone writes the lead character. I'm also rather fond of the original George Perez reboot from the 80's, even if they're kind of cheesy now and the writing and storytelling style of the time has fallen a bit out of fashion. There's 4 TPBs, starting with Gods & Mortals and then following through with Challenge of the Gods, Beauty & the Beasts, and Destiny Calling. Last TPB recommendations are for JLA: A League of One (which is ostensibly a JLA book but is really about Wonder Woman) and for Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia. The latter is a bit of an odd bug, showing what happens when someone manages to invoke an ancient Greek request for shelter that eventually puts Wonder Woman at cross purposes with Batman. I still rather like Wonder Woman #170 by Phil Jimenez and Joe Kelly, which is a day in the life of Wonder Woman, who is trailed by Lois Lane doing a feature for the Daily Planet. No worlds are saved and no supervillains are beaten, but it's still a lovely little story and shines a light on how WW can be such an appealing character. I didn't care for almost anything else in Jimenez's run, but that story in particular is definitely one of my faves. Not comics, but I highly recommend the Wonder Woman DTV movie. Still think it's the best one they've done, and Gail Simone worked on the story for it also.