Search This Blog

Recently Played

Loading ...

Radio Station Music Requests

Song artist:
Song title:
Dedicated to:
Your name:
Your E-mail:

Desert Radio AZ LIVE!

Click On Picture To Visit Our Country Store

Click On Picture To Visit Our Country Store
Support Desert Radio AZ

Wednesday, May 31, 2017


(Entertainment Weekly) "Wonder Woman" opens this Friday and in all of her 76 years, Princess Diana has been reinvented by ever generation: 

  • 1941 - All Star Comics number 8 introduces William Moulton Marston's groundbreaking superhero; a Wonder Woman who would triumph not with fists or firepower, but with love. 
  • 1942-Despite Marston's hope of creating a female leader, All Star Comics' Justice Society of America invites Wonder Woman to be its secretary. 
  • 1954-Psychiatrist Dr. Fredric Wertham warns parents that Wonder Woman is a lesbian in his alarmist book, Seduction of the Innocent. 
  • 1968 - DC Comics updates Wonder Woman in a controversial move stripping her powers and turning her into a mod-dressed secret agent. 
  • 1972-Gloria Steinem's feminist magazine Ms. nominates Wonder Woman for president on the cover of its very first issue. 
  • 1975-1979-For three seasons on TV, Lynda Carter popularizes Wonder Woman's gold bracelets, lasso of truth, and ballerina-style spin transformation. 
  • 1977-"Underwear that's fun to wear" becomes all the rage when Underoos debut, with girls flocking to Wonder Woman's star-spangled briefs. 
  • 1983-Co-writer Dann Thomas becomes the first female credited with a Wonder Woman issue (DC Comics Wonder Woman number 300) in which the heroine accepts Steve Trevor's proposal and fakes Diana Prince's death. 
  • 1987-Illustrator George Perez relaunches a Wonder Woman who is stronger, less sexualized, no more high heels, and more enriched by Greek mythology. 
  • 2010-Writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Jim Lee reboot the princess' origin story, raising her in human society and giving her pants. 
  • 2011 - NBC passes on David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman pilot, which features a smug and lonely heroine played by Adrianne Palicki known for playing Bobbi Morse on ABC's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 
  • 2016 - Wonder Woman: Year One writer Greg Rucka clarifies what many fans had long assumed; She's bisexual. Growing-up on an all-female island did not limit Princess Diana's intimate relationships. 

No comments:

Post a Comment


The 100's Clarke and Madi Fight Over Life and Death in Sneak Peek. Never has Clarke seemed more like a mom than in this week's episo...