Wonder Woman is celebrating her 75th Anniversary this year, and she stilllooks as great as ever. But she hasn’t always looked the same. In this specialWonder Woman anniversary clip, we look at 75 different Wonder Women fromthroughout Diana’s comic book life. How many do you recognize?
In a DC Press Release from last month, Diane Nelson, President of DCEntertainment, President of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, and President andChief Content Officer of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, said:
"Wonder Woman has long stood with Batman and Superman in the trinity ofDC’s most iconic Super Heroes, but she also stands alone as a symbol ofequality, justice and female empowerment and is more relevant today than ever.With her roots in Greek mythology and American feminism, Wonder Woman is one ofthe most unique and compelling characters in comic book history; her longevityis a testament to her global appeal and the special place she holds in thehearts of generations of girls who have imagined wielding their own lassos oftruth."
If you can make it to the San Diego Comic-Con next week, Wonder Woman eventsto watch out for include a "Wonder Woman 75" panel, displays of LyndaCarter’s original costume from the 1970s TV series, and additional costumesincluding Gal Gadot’s from the upcoming "Wonder Woman" film. Thecoolest thing may be the life-size Wonder Woman invisible jet that will be ondisplay and which will illuminate at night for fan photos.
The article image above is the new 75th Anniversary logo that has beencreated for this event.
Upcoming additional products include a commemorative box set of WonderWoman’s greatest stories, a hardcover special edition celebrating her 75thanniversary (October 2016), a line of beauty products, toys including a BarbieCollection Amazon Princess Wonder Woman Barbie® Doll, and other surprises.