Wonder Woman '77 Vol. 1

by Various

Paperback, 2016




DC Comics (2016), 168 pages


Set in the world of the 1977 TV series, WONDER WOMAN '77 VOLUME 1 makes all that was retro new again, from writer Marc Andreyko (BATWOMAN), artists Drew Johnson (WONDER WOMAN), Matt Haley (BIRDS OF PREY), Cat Staggs (SMALLVILLE) and more! Amazonian Princess and Federal Agent Diana Prince-and her alter ego, the superheroine Wonder Woman-is always ready to leap into action, no matter the era. She'll have to do battle with disco-loving Soviet spies at the swinging Studio 52, fight for her own identity after being targeted by the obsessive Doctor Psycho, and save a politician who finds himself in the literal hot seat thanks to a brand new villain, not to mention tangle with an enraged Solomon Grundy and her classic nemesis, Cheetah. To save the day, Diana will need all of her formidable powers, and the help of her partner, Agent Steve Trevor!.… (more)


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LibraryThing member JillianJ
A comic book based on the Lynda Carter TV show from the 70s. I read it on my phone, which was convenient but I think I'd like to see it larger.

Most of it was well-drawn, although too much of it fell victim to the cliché "boobs-first" style of portraying women in action.

Some of it was really
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excellent; Wonder Woman has always been ahead of her time, and this collection tackles issues like domestic abuse as well as more general corruption and sexist condescension.
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LibraryThing member mktoronto
The Wonder Woman of my youth! These stories set in the tv series world are wonderful. Not all the artists get Steve Trevor right but all the stories have the heart of Wonder Woman. Looking forward to reading the other volumes.


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10.15 inches


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