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The Three Faces of Wonder Woman: A Television History - Part 1

At five years old, there was no-one in the world that I wanted to grow up to be more than Wonder Woman, more specifically Wonder Woman as embodied by the fabulous Lynda Carter. 4,656 more words

B-movies

Girl becomes "Wonder Woman" to celebrate her final chemo treatment

An inspirational young girl has captured the heart of TV’s Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter.

Last week, three year old Sophia Sandoval had her last chemotherapy treatment after being diagnosed with a type of brain tumour called medulloblastoma. 127 more words

Comics News

The hits from coast to coast?

This afternoon, as I was coming home from work, I happened to catch an ad for the weekly Top 40 countdown on SiriusXM’s 90’s on 9… 205 more words

Humor

"Wonder Woman '77 #1" is a Groovy Good Time (Review)

It’s nice to know that, with the polarizing version of the most iconic superheroine showing up in the pages of her main title, there are options for fans to get their fix of well written, well illustrated Wonder Woman stories. 432 more words

Reviews

Wonder Woman '77 #1


Written by Marc Andreyko
Drawn by Drew Johnson
Published by DC Comics

This is an intriguing new series. It’s telling brand new Wonder Woman stories but is based on the classic 1970’s Wonder Woman TV series, which starred Lynda Carter. 650 more words

Graphic Novels

WONDER WOMAN - PROTECTING THE WORLD FROM SPACE MONSTERS AND SUPER VILLAINS FOR OVER SEVENTY YEARS!

With the recent announcement of a full-length Wonder Woman movie as well as the character’s upcoming appearance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) I got thinking about when I first became aware of the world’s most iconic female superhero. 332 more words

Space Monsters Magazine

Diana Prince ("Wonder Woman") - Washington, DC

Diana Prince is a naval Yeoman whose alter ego is the super-hero Wonder Woman on the ABC/CBS fantasy adventure WONDER WOMAN (1975-1979). She lives at 2890 West 20th Street in Washington, D.C. 1,073 more words

Television