History Series / WonderWoman

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* TheShowGoesHollywood: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Wonder Woman In Hollywood"]], which doubles as the finale to Season 1 and the entire WWII era of the show.
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** Also some villains escaped: Marion Mariposa in ''Screaming Javelins'', Count Cagliostro in ''Diana's Disappearing Act,'' Bleaker in ''The girl from Ilandia'' and... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Harlow Gault's brain]] in ''Gault's Brain''

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** Also some villains escaped: Marion Mariposa in ''Screaming Javelins'', Count Cagliostro in ''Diana's Disappearing Act,'' Bleaker in ''The girl from Ilandia'' and... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Harlow Gault's brain]] in ''Gault's Brain''Brain''.
** Gault's brain returns in the digital comic, where he's finally captured and incarcerated.
20th Nov '16 1:38:07 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* KidSidekick: Princess Drusilla, a.k.a. ComicBook/WonderGirl. She was ''mostly'' able to avoid the [[ContinuitySnarl radioactive]] continuity that plagued her comics counterpart, though there is the minor issue that episodes set before ''and'' after her adventures keep implying her older sister Diana is an only child.



* {{Sidekick}}: Wonder Girl serves this role to Wonder Woman.
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* DoesNotLikeGuns: Not to ComicBook/{{Batman}} extents, obviously, but Wonder Woman took a certain pleasure in destroying the bad guys' guns during the first season, and when she goes skeet-shooting in a later season, turned down the shotgun in favor of ''throwing the shells with her bare hands''.
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* AnimatedCreditsOpening: Used in the first two seasons, but dropped by the third.
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* VerySpecialEpisode: The war orphans in ''The Bushwackers''.

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* VerySpecialEpisode: The war orphans in ''The Bushwackers''."The Bushwackers".
** The digital comic also had stories spotlighting DomesticAbuse and [[GreenAesop elephant poaching]].
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* AnAssKickingChristmas: "The Deadly Toys", featuring Frank [["{{Series/Batman}} the Riddler"]] Gorshin as the BigBad!

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* AnAssKickingChristmas: "The Deadly Toys", featuring Frank [["{{Series/Batman}} "[[Series/{{Batman}} the Riddler"]] Riddler]]" Gorshin as the BigBad!
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* AnAssKickingChristmas: "The Deadly Toys", featuring Frank [["Series/{{Batman}} the Riddler"]] Gorshin as the BigBad!

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* AnAssKickingChristmas: "The Deadly Toys", featuring Frank [["Series/{{Batman}} [["{{Series/Batman}} the Riddler"]] Gorshin as the BigBad!
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* AnAssKickingChristmas: "The Deadly Toys", featuring Creator/FrankGorshin as the main villain!

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* AnAssKickingChristmas: "The Deadly Toys", featuring Creator/FrankGorshin Frank [["Series/{{Batman}} the Riddler"]] Gorshin as the main villain!BigBad!
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* AnAssKickingChristmas: "The Deadly Toys", featuring Creator/FrankGorshin as the main villain!
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