First wonder woman

Discover the origins and empowering story of the first Wonder Woman. Explore the journey of this iconic superhero and be inspired by her strength, courage, and determination.
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Poseidon's Underworld

For boys (and girls, too, I suppose) of a certain age, there really can only be one Wonder Woman. Sure, the character was created in 1941 for Sensation Comics and morphed many times over the years in looks and style and of course we also had the animated version from The Super Friends. However, when it came to the human embodiment of the female superhero, Lynda Carter was – and is – Wonder Woman. More on that whole subject later. First, we will take a peek into the early years of Miss…

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Zack Snyder on Twitter

“Gal's first day on set in the costume July 2014, shot on my iPhone 6. I knew when I cast her back in the fall of 2013 she was not just my Wonder Woman, but a Wonder Woman for the world. So proud of how she's embodied this character with love & grace. #WW84 @GalGadot @PattyJenks”

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In Her Satin Tights, Fighting For Your Rights - "Wonder Woman '77" coming to comics

Over here at The Signal Watch, we don't "binge-watch" much TV. When I hear someone watched an entire season of a TV show over a weekend, I think maybe that person has a butler who runs their errands, walks their dogs and amuses their friends and family in the hours when they aren't at work. For me, "binge-watching" is watching an episode or two of a show a night, maybe 3-4 days a week. I've done it with maybe 4-5 TV series, and haven't even finished most of those (sorry, Breaking Bad). pew…

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