History Series / WonderWoman

20th May '17 8:13:44 PM jcast
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* NightmareFace: Formicida's expressions are terrifying.


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* WholePlotReference: "Judgement from Outer Space" is basically TheDayTheEarthStoodStill1951 set during WWII and Andros taking the place of Klaatu. There's even a scene at the Lincoln Memorial.
18th May '17 5:10:13 AM Arivne
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* SongsInTheKeyOfLock: In the 1st season two-part episode ""Judgment From Outer Space", Wonder Woman meets a space alien named Andros. During Part 1 she hears him whistle a six note musical phrase, and in Part 2 she uses that same phrase to both open the outer hatch on his space ship ''and'' deactivate a force field inside the ship.

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* SongsInTheKeyOfLock: In the 1st season two-part episode ""Judgment "Judgment From Outer Space", Wonder Woman meets a space alien named Andros. During Part 1 she hears him whistle a six note musical phrase, and in Part 2 she uses that same phrase to both open the outer hatch on his space ship ''and'' deactivate a force field inside the ship.
18th May '17 5:09:20 AM Arivne
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* SongsInTheKeyOfLock: In the 1st season two-part episode ""Judgment From Outer Space", Wonder Woman meets a space alien named Andros. During Part 1 she hears him whistle a six note musical phrase, and in Part 2 she uses that same phrase to both open the outer hatch on his space ship ''and'' deactivate a force field inside the ship.
18th May '17 4:54:06 AM Arivne
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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 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 Queen Hippolyta declares an amazon Amazon will escort him to his country.
18th May '17 4:51:10 AM Arivne
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* CrystalSpiresAndTogas: All the amazons use multicolor vaporous dresses and use bows and arrows even if they live in an AdvancedAncientAcropolis
* CulturalPosturing: Queen Hippolyta remembers that women were slaves for the Romans and the Greeks. After some thousands of years being an immortal, she is not fond of any culture in the patriarch world:

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* CrystalSpiresAndTogas: All of the amazons Amazons use multicolor vaporous dresses and use bows and arrows even if they live in an AdvancedAncientAcropolis
* CulturalPosturing: Queen Hippolyta remembers that women were slaves for of the Romans and the Greeks. After some thousands of years being an immortal, she is not fond of any culture in the patriarch world:
18th May '17 4:46:29 AM Arivne
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--> '''Diana Prince:''' I was hoping we were rid of yours. [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat Weren’t you supposed to be drowned at the north sea after our last encounter?]]

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--> '''Diana Prince:''' I was hoping we were rid of yours. [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat Weren’t you supposed to be drowned at the north sea North Sea after our last encounter?]]
7th May '17 8:38:38 AM MammothArc
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23rd Apr '17 7:50:21 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: While the actual show was pretty cuddly and harmless even for '70s TV, its digital-comic revival is somewhat less so. The first story arc has Diana and Steve investigating a [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed thinly-veiled]] version of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Studio_54 Manhattan's Studio 54]], complete with a recreation of the infamous "Man in the Moon With the Cocaine Spoon" sign, and a customer [[VisualPun snorting "cola" through the nose]].
** On a more literal note, the comic allows profanity a lot more easily than, say, what the ''[[Series/{{Batman}} Batman '66]]'' comic will allow. In her debut issue, Cheetah even gets to growl "bastard" under her breath!
10th Apr '17 5:38:24 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* AdaptationalWimp: In the original Golden Age comics, Etta Candy was a one-woman cavalry, routinely beating up Nazi spies with her bare hands (and the occasional judicious use of candy), WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief be damned. Here, she's little more than flighty comic-relief, and even her love of sweets is downplayed.
10th Apr '17 1:26:30 PM CosmicFerret
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* {{Gainaxing}}: There's a reason some say ''the {{Baywatch}} run" was invented by this series. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSR6isVJaEA Observe]].

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* {{Gainaxing}}: There's a reason some say ''the {{Baywatch}} "the ''Series/{{Baywatch}}'' run" was invented by this series. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSR6isVJaEA Observe]].
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