Wonder Woman '77

Wonder Woman '77

Volume 1

Book - 2016
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Random House, Inc.
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!

Collects WONDER WOMAN ’77 #1-2.

Baker & Taylor
Diana Prince joins forces with Steve Trevor to track down an escaped Soviet scientist, a search that leads to Studio 52, a disco where a stage act might be a worse threat to Wonder Woman than the roller derby girls out to bring the scientist home.

& Taylor

"The classic series finally comes to the comic page in WONDER WOMAN '77 VOL. 1, continuing the adventures of the TV series starring Lynda Carter! Travel back to the sizzling '70s as the undercover Amazon Princess joins forces with special agent Steve Trevor to defend America against Cold War-era criminals. A search for an escaped Soviet scientist brings Wonder Woman to the hottest disco of the day, Studio 52, where a live stage act might prove more of a threat to Wonder Woman than the Russian Roller Derby girls out to bring the scientist home"--

Publisher: Burbank, California : DC Comics, c2016
ISBN: 9781401263287
Branch Call Number: YA GX AND
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,chiefly col. ill. ;,26 cm.


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samcmar Nov 25, 2017

I adore Wonder Woman '77, especially as a fan the Linda Carter series. Linda Carter's interpretation was my first foray into Wonder Woman, and I've loved that version since childhood. This series of comics (including the team up with Batman '66) is such a nostalgia trip, offering all the cornball humour and fun of the television show. It's a ton of fun and it's so truthful to the source material.

Jul 08, 2017

A good homage to the television series of the 1970s, with writing and art throughout that catch the tone. Mind you, since it's set in the 1970s, some of that includes truly hideous fashion- a sequence set in a disco club is particularly brutal. An interesting different take on the Amazonian warrior, with some of her rogues gallery along for good measure.

mvkramer Mar 28, 2017

A loving homage to the campy '70's TV Wonder Woman, just in time for her new movie. I really like Wonder Woman as a character, and this version of her is great - idealistic, innocent yet savvy, fun, strong and gorgeous. Check it out!

Sep 01, 2016

A fun comic book for the whole family--great stories, nothing too violent or gory, and plenty of 1970's nostalgia. Love the artwork.

PimaLib_SierraG Jul 22, 2016

Wonder Woman comics have a long history of being tossed off to writers that have no idea how to deal with the Amazonian princess. Such is not the case here, under Lynda Carter's guiding influence these gentleman have created a comic that is both campy and enjoyable, featuring some of WW's most iconic villains. Highly recommend.

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