History Series / WonderWoman

30th Jul '16 11:21:08 AM Saveelich
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29th Jul '16 10:30:25 AM HighCrate
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* GenderRarityValue: The unconscious Steve Trevor is the only man that had reached the LadyLand / HiddenElfVillage Paradise Island in millennia. There was fear that he would become worshipped, so DangerouslyGenreSavvy Queen Hippolyta declares an amazon will escort him to his country.

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* GenderRarityValue: The unconscious Steve Trevor is the only man that had reached the LadyLand / HiddenElfVillage Paradise Island in millennia. There was fear that he would become worshipped, so DangerouslyGenreSavvy Queen Hippolyta declares an amazon will escort him to his country.
29th Jul '16 10:28:55 AM HighCrate
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--> '''Marion Mariposa:''' [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy By now you should know that I have my entrances and exits carefully choreographed, Diana. I had one of my submarines pick me up]].

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--> '''Marion Mariposa:''' [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy By now you should know that I have my entrances and exits carefully choreographed, Diana. I had one of my submarines pick me up]].up.



* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Queen Hippolyta knows that Steve Trevor will be worshipped by the Amazons at Paradise Island. To avoid that, she plans to send one of the amazons with him to his own country. And then:
-->'''Princess Diana:''' But all the girls will want that task.
-->'''Queen Hippolyta:''' I know. To forestall any ill feelings, I have planned a tournament of athletic games, by which I alone will determine the strongest, nimblest, and most likely candidate for the assignment.
** Princess Diana is denied access to the tournament, so she throws a tantrum and retires to the summer palace… only to participate in secret and win, to show her commitment and knowing that her mother will forgive her.
22nd Jul '16 6:03:02 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* SpecialEffectsFailure: Not uncommon - the show had a somewhat higher budget than what Adam West's Batman got, but the show's premise required more fantastic plots, and unlike ''Batman'', it couldn't hide its cheapness behind the "just a silly comedy" excuse. Special mention goes to the swimming sequence from "The Bermuda Triangle Crisis".
22nd Jul '16 6:02:45 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* SpecialEffectsFailure: Not uncommon - the show had a somewhat higher budget than what Adam West's Batman got, but the show's premise required more fantastic plots, and unlike ''Batman'', it couldn't hide its cheapness behind the "just a silly comedy" excuse. Special mention goes to the swimming sequence from "The Bermuda Triangle Crisis".
18th Jul '16 12:23:27 AM pvsage
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* IfYouCanReadThis: The smaller-print newspaper headlines in the pilot episode are variants on the "New Petitions and Building Code" format and the articles are filled with text that, while coherent, has no contextual meaning.
5th Jun '16 6:07:05 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* AdaptationDistillation: The TV show simplified the comics (none of Wonder Woman's supervillains ever appeared, for example, though some of her Nazi opponents did) but still had a charm of its own.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The TV show simplified the comics (none of Wonder Woman's supervillains ever appeared, for example, though some of her Nazi opponents did) but still had a charm of its own. As far as public perception goes, this show was to Wonder Woman what the Adam West ''Series/{{Batman}}'' was to Batman; everything the public knows (or thinks it knows) about Wonder Woman comes from either this show or ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends''.
9th Mar '16 5:54:01 AM moloch
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In January of 2015, a digital comic continuation a la the [[{{Series/Batman}} Batman '66]] comic kicked off, written by Marc Andreyko of ''Manhunter'' and ''Batwoman'' fame.

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In January of 2015, a digital comic continuation a à la the [[{{Series/Batman}} ''[[{{Series/Batman}} Batman '66]] '66]]'' comic kicked off, off under the title ''Wonder Woman '77'', written by Marc Andreyko of ''Manhunter'' and ''Batwoman'' fame.
26th Jan '16 2:00:18 AM Ozaline
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** It's also stated in the commentary on the first episode that the transparency effect of the transformation in the pilot was too expensive to film over and over again, and the lensflare was a cheaper alternative.
18th Jan '16 5:31:19 PM Superman246o1
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* TheGoodGuysAlwaysWin: Almost always in effect. Averted in the conclusion of the first half of each two-parter.
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