Supergirl is one of those characters who both embodies the audience and a superhero we’d all love to be. And nothing better shows that than this clip where she welcomes the president and then saves her from an attack. (Above is her reaction to seeing Lynda Carter. It is also ours.)
When Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman appeared on TV from 1975-1979, her hair was perfect, her superpowers always prevailed, and her sense of justice never wavered. Every episode followed basically the same outline—stop some would-be villain’s nefarious plot—but the specifics of government agent Diana Prince’s cases were…
On the show, of course. I don’t think the former Wonder Woman icon is running for office any time soon, as awesome as that would be. But my god, can this be a thing right now, please?
Here’s a version of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice that I’d enjoy watching. Someone went and set footage from the Adam West, George Reeves and Lynda Carter Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman shows and it works wonderfully.
Warner Brothers announced yesterday that they're making a new Wonder Woman TV series. Sure, she'll have the lasso, the bracelets, and (hopefully) the invisible jet, but will she have the power to skateboard like a champ?
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Title: Wonder Woman
Vitals: An Amazon from an all-woman island paradise travels to America to fight Nazis — and then…