History Series / WonderWoman

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.
18th Jan '16 5:25:44 PM Superman246o1
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* BeingGoodSucks: Used sparingly, which isn't surprising for escapist entertainment made during the 1970s. There were situations, however, when it seemed like Diana got the raw end of the deal by becoming a superheroine. Especially considering that prior to repeatedly risking her life to save the world, she enjoyed the life of a royal princess. Of a place called Paradise Island.
** In "Mind Stealers from Outer Space, Part II", Andros asks Diana to join him on a cosmic trip to the most romantic planets in the galaxy. She declines, not because she doesn't want to join him, but because she's needed on Earth.
** In "The Man Who Could Not Die", Diana Prince chides the despairing eponymous character by noting that, "in a lot of ways, Wonder Woman is more alone than you are."
26th Dec '15 9:38:12 PM nombretomado
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* MildlyMilitary: Averted, especially compared to her comic book counterpart at [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the time]].

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* MildlyMilitary: Averted, especially compared to her comic book counterpart at [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the time]].
15th Nov '15 5:20:53 PM nombretomado
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* SpecialGuest: Many episodes were written around a guest star. For example RoyRogers.

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* SpecialGuest: Many episodes were written around a guest star. For example RoyRogers.Creator/RoyRogers.
18th Oct '15 10:39:05 AM nombretomado
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* MostCommonSuperpower: Until the television series, Wonder Woman as portrayed in the comics as a slim, athletic figure. And then Lynda Carter filled out the costume (and then some!) on this show. Ever since, the comics portray her as the ([[PowerGirl second]]) bustiest, curviest superheroine in the DC Universe.

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* MostCommonSuperpower: Until the television series, Wonder Woman as portrayed in the comics as a slim, athletic figure. And then Lynda Carter filled out the costume (and then some!) on this show. Ever since, the comics portray her as the ([[PowerGirl ([[ComicBook/PowerGirl second]]) bustiest, curviest superheroine in the DC Universe.
19th Sep '15 5:56:54 AM Camassia
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* TeenIdol: Music/LeifGarrett plays a thinly veiled version of himself in an episode appropriately titled, "My Teenage Idol Is Missing."

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* TeenIdol: Music/LeifGarrett Creator/LeifGarrett plays a thinly veiled version of himself in an episode appropriately titled, "My Teenage Idol Is Missing."
19th Sep '15 5:49:38 AM Camassia
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*TalkingToThemself: Simon Penrose, the villain of "The Girl from Ilandia," talks to no one ''but'' himself, which he does out loud. Apparently this is because he's so brilliant that he finds himself to be the only worthy conversation partner.
*TeenIdol: Music/LeifGarrett plays a thinly veiled version of himself in an episode appropriately titled, "My Teenage Idol Is Missing."


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*WhoWantsToLiveForever: The third-season episode "The Man Who Couldn't Die" features a man desperately trying to get the scientist who somehow made him immortal to reverse the process. Even though it's been a short time, he's already freaked out about feeling no pain.
5th Sep '15 4:04:00 PM nombretomado
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* SeriesContinuityError: The pilot establishes that Paradise Island, in 1942, is a HiddenElfVillage of amazons who had never seen a man in a thousand years. Princess Diana is elected TheChampion to travel to manís world. She is the first amazon to leave Paradise Island in a thousand years. However, in the third season episode ''Diana's Disappearing Act'', {{C|onMan}}agliostro claims that Wonder Woman has stopped all his lineage plans since the original Cagliostro (born in the 18th century) and in ''Screaming Javelins'', Diana remembers to have meet NapoleonBonaparte, implying not only that she was in Europe those years, but that she was already doing her superhero job.

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* SeriesContinuityError: The pilot establishes that Paradise Island, in 1942, is a HiddenElfVillage of amazons who had never seen a man in a thousand years. Princess Diana is elected TheChampion to travel to manís world. She is the first amazon to leave Paradise Island in a thousand years. However, in the third season episode ''Diana's Disappearing Act'', {{C|onMan}}agliostro claims that Wonder Woman has stopped all his lineage plans since the original Cagliostro (born in the 18th century) and in ''Screaming Javelins'', Diana remembers to have meet NapoleonBonaparte, UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte, implying not only that she was in Europe those years, but that she was already doing her superhero job.
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