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Cast Party: Who Should Have Starred In A Golden Age ‘Wonder Woman’ Movie?


I'm doing something a little different with Cast Party for the month of March. It's Women's History Month, and I've decided to take a look at the history of Wonder Woman. As we all know, the first theatrical film is due out later this year. But what if it wasn't her first? What if there had been as many onscreen Wonder Women as Batmen? That's the question I'm exploring, as I imagine movies based on the major eras of Wonder Woman comics, cast with stars from those time periods.

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Ropes, Chains, and Fursuits: The Kinkiest Moments In Golden Age ‘Wonder Woman’ Comics [Love & Sex]


Everybody knows that Golden Age Wonder Woman can be pretty kinky. In fact, people joke about it constantly. After all, credited Wonder Woman writer William Moulton Marston was collaborating on the stories with his two wives, Elizabeth Holloway and Olive Byrne, and they were all known to be into some stuff that went far beyond their polyamory. And whether artist Harry G. Peter was in on the implications of what he was drawing or not, he gave it his all.

So in a spirit of openness and positivity, we've dug through the first five years or so of Wonder Woman comics in search of kink. And if anybody had doubts, the kink is definitely there.

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Doppelgangers, Dating, And Dinosaurs: Wonder Woman’s Weirdest Silver Age Moments


Everyone knows the Silver Age was pretty wacky at DC Comics. But for Wonder Woman, who was already pretty weird in the Golden Age, it was even bizzare. Silver Age Wonder Woman comics are full of giants, evil doppelgangers, aliens, and dinosaurs. There's a lot of stuff about romance and dating, but two of the love interests are a merman and a bird man. There's also a blob who sings rock and roll songs. So yeah, it's pretty strange.

We've collected the weirdest Wonder Woman panels from the Silver Age we could find to show you just how outrageous things got.

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Amazons in Art: Celebrating the Wonder Woman of H. G. Peter


We don't know what led to William Moulton Marston receiving sole credit for the creation of Wonder Woman, with no acknowledgement of artist H.G. Peter's contribution, but the truth is that Wonder Woman would not be who she is without Peter. We've assembled a gallery of Peter's work to pay tribute on the occasion of his birthday, and to give readers a broad sense of his style.

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Recently Rediscovered Letter Shows Wonder Woman’s Earliest Costume


Wonder Woman, like many comic heroes, has undergone her fair share of wardrobe changes throughout the years. From the recent Jim Lee redesign to that time when the creators were trying too hard to make her look like Emma Peel...

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