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Full Name: Diana Prince
Nationality: Amazonian
Organization: IADC
Occupation Agent

Creator: Charles Moulton, Stanley Ralph Ross
Time Span: 1974 - 2017


Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, is an agent with American Intelligence.

Okay, she is first and foremost to the general public a costumed superhero who battles evil in every form from domestic violence to would-be world conquerors. While she tends to make her home in the States throughout most of her adventures, she is international in her struggles to help others and work for peace.

There is a wide range of 'iterations' of Wonder Woman over the 80+ years she has let the reading and viewing public follow her exploits and most of those adventures, whether it is on her own or as part of the famous Justice League, have her fighting about a varied a field of adversaries as you can imagine - or the several dozen writers who have been tasked with chronicling her activities. Some of these writers have even indicated that thanks to the existence of multiple universes, what have been put on paper about her accomplishments have in fact been done by different Wonder Women. Those stories from what is called the Golden Age of DC Comics (40s-early 50s) are now often said to have been done by Earth-Two Wonder Woman and those that are in the Silver Age (late 50s-60s and some 70s) are said to be in Earth-One. After that, I kinda got lost.

But for a time a couple of these versions of Wonder Woman have found her actively workind inside the American Intelligence community and it is those couple that we make note of here.

Regardless of iteration/universe, the origin of Wonder Woman and how she came to live and work in the States is, for the most part, the same.

Wonder Woman is said to have "the beauty of Aprodite, the wisdom of Athena, the strength of Hercules and the speed of Mercury". Add to that is the fact that she is said to have been blessed at birth by the gods themselves.

She is Princess Diana of Themyscira, a "unitary sovereign city-state and archipelagic island nation" also referred to on occasion as the Amazon Isles or even more commonly Paradise Island. She is the daughter of the ruler, Queen Hippolyta. [Note here there is a difference in origins where one iteration has her molded in clay and then brought to life while another had her conceived normally by a union of Hippolyta and Zeus and probably more versions that I do not know.] 

Paradise Island is inhabited by only women and has been that way for a very long time so it is quite a notable event when during the early days of the Second World War, an American plane crashes on the island and its lone passenger, Army Air Force pilot Steve Trevor, is pulled from the wreckage. He is nursed back to health by Diana and when it comes time for him to return home to resume the War, Diana is the one who takes him there. It is then that she decides the outside world needs her and dons the costume (wow, do the different universes vary that!) and the moniker of Wonder Woman (actually that is usually credited to a dazed Trevor who mumbles about being saved by a 'wonder woman').

Diana chose to take on a secret identity when not going about in her costumed Wonder Woman persona. She chose the rather appropriate name of Diana Prince with her disguise being a straight-laced, severe-dressed woman with her dark hair in a tight bun and sporting eyeglasses. Since Trevor was not only a pilot but also part of Military Intelligence, she (somehow) made sure she was given the rank of Lieutenant and assigned to work in the same office.


Number of Movies:1
First Appearance:1974
Last Appearance:1974

1 Wonder Woman Wonder Woman
Director: Vincent McEveety
Writer: John D. F. Black
Actors: Cathy Lee Crosby as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Kaz Garas as Steve Trevor, Ricardo Montalban as Abnet Smith, Anitra Ford as Ahnjayla
Released: 1974

Wonder Woman, working for government agent Steve Trevor, is after Abner Smith who has stolen a book containing the names of a number of US government field agents. Along the way she has to combat Smith's powerful bodyguard, a rogue Amazon named Ahnjayla


Number of Episodes:60
First Appearance:1975
Last Appearance:1979


1 The New Original Wonder Woman
Episode Pilot, first aired 11/07/1975
Director: Leonard J. Horn
Writers: Stanley Ralph Ross, Harry G. Peter

Steve Trevor crashlands his plane on an uncharted island after a dogfight with a Nazi plane, he is rescued by the Amazons living there. Once the princess of the land, Diana, learns of the troubles of WWII, she decides to take Trevor back to the States to take up the fight with the Third Reich

2 Wonder Woman Meets Baroness von Gunther
Episode S1-1, first aired 04/21/1976
Director: Barry Crane
Writer: Margaret Armen

Steve is being framed for several incidents of sabotage. He suspects Baroness Paula von Gunther an imprisoned Nazi spy. The warden's son Tommy, an avid fan of detective fiction, assists Wonder Woman. Having discovered the Baroness' hideout, Wonder Woman is surprised by the Baroness. She hits Wonder Woman in the face with knock-out gas and Wonder Woman faints. Later she recovers and after a struggle brings the Baroness to justice.

3 Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman
Episode S1-2, first aired 04/28/1976
Director: Barry Crane
Writers: Bruce Shelley, David Ketchum

Fausta Grables lures Wonder Woman into a trap. Wonder Woman falls through a false floor where one of Fausta's gang overpowers her with chloroform causing Wonder Woman to faint. The unconscious Wonder Woman is then kidnapped and taken to Germany for study. Steve launches a mission to rescue her but is captured himself shortly after Wonder Woman orchestrates her own escape. Wonder Woman returns to Germany to rescue Steve and convince Fausta to abandon the Nazi cause.

4 Beauty on Parade
Episode S1-3, first aired 10/13/1976
Director: Richard Kinon
Writer: Ron Friedman

Diana enters a beauty contest to expose a sabotage ring of radar scanning equipment, which is led by the pageant's musical director .

5 The Feminum Mystique: Part 1
Episode S1-4, first aired 11/06/1976
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Writers: Barbara Avedon , Barbara Corday , Jimmy Sangster

The United States Army is about to unveil its first jet fighter the XPJ-1 and the Nazis are determined to steal the plane and study it to build a jet fighter of their own. Meanwhile, Diana's younger sister Drusilla arrives from Paradise Island for a visit and gets caught up in the Nazis' plot. Kriegsmarine Captain Radl (John Saxon) also wants to find out the source of feminum, the metal used to make Wonder Woman's bracelets. He kidnaps General Blankenship, who is taking Drusilla for a drive in Washington. Drusilla discovers that she can spin into costume like her sister and turns into Wonder Girl. Wonder Girl tries to rescue the General but Captain Radl chloroforms her.

6 The Feminum Mystique: Part 2
Episode S1-5, first aired 11/08/1976
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Writers: Barbara Avedon , Barbara Corday , Jimmy Sangster

Peter Knight, an engineer secretly working for the Nazis, gains Drusilla's trust and tricks her into revealing the location of Paradise Island. The Kriegsmarine U-boat's crew stage an invasion and force the Amazons to mine feminum ore. Queen Hippolyta commissions Princess Diana [dressed in her Wonder Woman regalia, but addressed by her proper name and royal title] to command the Amazons' militia. Wonder Girl escapes and, as Drusilla, exposes Peter as a Nazi spy. Learning Diana has returned home, Wonder Girl also returns home to Paradise Island whereupon the two princesses engineer the capture of all of the invading Germans; the Amazons' memory-wiping technology deletes the sailors' knowledge of the island's existence before they are set adrift. Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl then return to America to prevent the theft of the XPJ-1 jet.

7 Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua!
Episode S1-6, first aired 12/18/1976
Director: Charles R. Rondeau
Writers: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco

Erica Belgard, an animal behaviour specialist and Nazi agent, abducts a super-strong gorilla named Gargantua from his African jungle home in order to recapture a defecting Nazi agent who is in American custody. Erica decides to use the gorilla's strength to defeat and capture Wonder Woman.

8 The Pluto File
Episode S1-7, first aired 12/25/1976
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Writer: Herbert Bermann

Irish terrorist ""The Falcon"" steals a formula designed to produce man-made earthquakes in order to level Washington, DC. Wonder Woman and the formula's inventor must work together to stop him. The Falcon is also carrying the bubonic plague and must be quarantined.

9 Last of the $2 Bills
Episode S1-8, first aired 01/08/1977
Director: Stuart Margolin
Writers: Paul Dubov, Gwen Bagni

Diana and Steve investigate a Nazi plot to flood the American economy with counterfeit $2 bills in order to destabilize the American war effort. The Nazis hatch a long-range plot taking several months to implement, as plastic surgery and vocal training is used to transform two Nazi agents into the Bureau of Engraving and Printing chief and his fiancée a waitress and restaurant owner.

10 Judgment from Outer Space: Part 1
Episode S1-9, first aired 01/15/1977
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Stephen Kandel

An alien named Andros arrives on Earth to study it and to convince the intergalactic council that the planet should not be destroyed because of World War II. The American government first suspects Andros of being a Nazi spy and the Nazis want to use Andros's powers for world domination. Wonder Woman and Andros must work together to prove America's intentions are peaceful as he at first is not sure if either side is right, mentioning the internment of ""Americans of Japanese descent"" in reply to Wonder Woman's charges against the Nazi racial policies. While Andros is exploring the Library of Congress he is stripped of his powers and captured by the Nazis, Wonder Woman tries to save him, but passes out after being hit by gas. The intergalactic council decrees that if Andros is killed the Earth will be destroyed.

11 Judgment from Outer Space: Part 2
Episode S1-10, first aired 01/17/1977
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Stephen Kandel

Wonder Woman journeys to Germany to rescue Andros. After seeing that she is prepared to sacrifice her life to save him, and when Steve Trevor demonstrates that the Allied cause is just, the aliens relent on their threat to destroy the planet. Andros invites Wonder Woman to accompany him in space, but she replies that she is needed on Earth. Andros promises to return to see her in 50 years.

12 Formula 407
Episode S1-11, first aired 01/22/1977
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Writer: Elroy Schwartz

Diana and Steve head to Argentina to pick up a formula from a scientist. The formula can make rubber tires as strong as steel. The Nazis want to steal the formula to use it on their truck tires. A Nazi agent who is secretly involved with the scientist's assistant directs his henchmen to kidnap both the scientist's daughter (to obtain the formula) and Steve (to take him back to Germany for interrogation). Diana, witnessing the abduction, spins into costume and tries to intervene, only to be chloroformed by the Nazis. She awakens tied up in a room with Steve. Wonder Woman and Steve break free to find the girl before the agent takes the formula back to Germany.

13 The Bushwhackers
Episode S1-12, first aired 01/29/1977
Director: Stuart Margolin
Writer: Skip Webster

Wonder Woman journeys to Texas where Nazi agents are rustling cattle being raised for the American government. Cattle rancher Hadley and his several adopted war orphan kids try to assist Wonder Woman in her efforts to stop the Nazis. Wonder Woman's magic belt is stolen by the rustlers, who lock her in an abandoned jail cell, the war orphan kids retrieve her belt, then come to her rescue.

14 Wonder Woman in Hollywood
Episode S1-13, first aired 02/16/1977
Director: Bruce Bilson
Writer: Jimmy Sangster

Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl work to stop a Nazi agent turned film producer from taking Steve and several other soldiers back to Germany to put them in a propaganda film that will destroy America's image as a peace-loving country.

15 The Return of Wonder Woman
Episode S2-1, first aired 09/16/1977
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Stephen Kandel

More than 30 years after her adventures during World War II, Princess Diana resumes the mantle of Wonder Woman when a plane carrying Steve Trevor Jr., son of her former associate, lands on Paradise Island. Wonder Woman and Steve must prevent a terrorist from stealing a nuclear power plant and destabilizing all of Latin America.

16 Anschluss '77
Episode S2-2, first aired 09/23/1977
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Dallas L. Barnes

Wonder Woman must stop Nazi war criminals from establishing the Fourth Reich led by a clone of Adolf Hitler.

17 The Man Who Could Move the World
Episode S2-3, first aired 09/30/1977
Director: Bob Kelljan
Writer: Judy Burns

A Japanese American man who had been in an internment camp during World War II blames Wonder Woman for the death of his brother. He has developed telekinetic powers and uses them to try to exact revenge on Wonder Woman.

18 The Bermuda Triangle Crisis
Episode S2-4, first aired 10/07/1977
Director: Seymour Robbie
Writer: Calvin Clements, Jr.

Wonder Woman must decide between conflicting loyalties. If she does her duty as Diana Prince, she will put Paradise Island in danger of becoming a nuclear testing site.

19 Knockout
Episode S2-5, first aired 10/14/1977
Director: Seymour Robbie
Writer: Mark Rodgers

Steve gets abducted on his vacation to Los Angeles. After Diana frees him, they discover a vast terrorist plot against world leaders.

20 The Pied Piper
Episode S2-6, first aired 10/21/1977
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writers: Brian McKay , David Ketchum , teleplay), Tony DiMarco , teleplay)

Rock star Hamlin Rule hypnotizes his groupies into robbing the box offices of his concerts. When he hypnotizes the daughter of IADC's Joe Atkinson, Wonder Woman intervenes to free her.

21 The Queen and the Thief
Episode S2-7, first aired 10/28/1977
Director: Jack Arnold
Writer: Bruce Shelly

Diana goes undercover at the Malakan embassy to protect the crown jewels from a notorious international jewel thief. The loss of the jewels would spell the end of the reign of the Queen of Malakar. In a twist, the thief is not behind the theft of the jewels. Ambassador Orrick, consulate to the royal family, is actually behind the theft, intending to have the thief steal fakes in order to force the queen to abdicate.

22 I Do, I Do
Episode S2-8, first aired 11/11/1977
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Writer: Richard Carr

Diana goes undercover with agent Christian Harrison as a married couple at a spa to investigate leaks of classified information. She discovers that an evil masseur is using his skills to hypnotize the wives of government officials into revealing secrets.

23 The Man Who Made Volcanoes
Episode S2-9, first aired 11/18/1977
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writers: Wilton Denmark , Brian McKay , Dan Ullman

Diana races against teams of Soviet and Chinese agents to stop Arthur Chapman, an evil scientist who has the ability to cause volcanoes to erupt.

24 Mind Stealers from Outer Space: Part 1
Episode S2-10, first aired 12/02/1977
Director: Michael Caffey
Writer: Stephen Kandel

An alien race called the Skrill come to Earth to steal the minds of humans to be sold into slavery. Andros, son of the alien visitor from the 1940s, arrives with orders to capture the Skrill. If he fails, his people will use insanity-inducement procedures upon the Earth to prevent their escape. The Skrill find out Diana Prince is also Wonder Woman. They attack Diana and weaken her until she faints. Andros then saves her.

25 Mind Stealers from Outer Space: Part 2
Episode S2-11, first aired 12/09/1977
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Stephen Kandel

Wonder Woman and Andros continue to battle the Skrill, who are even more dangerous now that they have deduced Wonder Woman's secret identity and have captured Andros' mind.

26 The Deadly Toys
Episode S2-12, first aired 12/30/1977
Director: Dick Moder
Writers: Carey Wilber , Anne Collins

An android double of Wonder Woman is built by a toymaker. When she investigates, Diana is injected by a toy butterfly and faints. Later she awakes, then transforms into Wonder Woman, however she is confronted by the android and is knocked unconscious.

27 Light-fingered Lady
Episode S2-13, first aired 01/06/1978
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Bruce Shelly

Diana Prince goes undercover as a burglar to infiltrate a burglary ring.

28 Screaming Javelins
Episode S2-14, first aired 01/20/1978
Director: Michael Caffey
Writer: Brian McKay

Ruler of a micronation is kidnapping top athletes and then forces them to compete for his country at the Olympic Games.

29 Diana's Disappearing Act
Episode S2-15, first aired 02/03/1978
Director: Michael Caffey
Writer: S.S. Schweitzer

Wonder Woman goes after a magician who has discovered a way to turn lead into gold.

30 Death in Disguise
Episode S2-16, first aired 02/10/1978
Director: Alan Crosland
Writer: Tom Sawyer

Diana is assigned to protect an industrialist from an assassination attempt.

31 IRAC Is Missing
Episode S2-17, first aired 02/17/1978
Director: Alexander Singer
Writer: Anne Collins

Wonder Woman takes on a man named Bernard Havitol who is looking to acquire the memories of the best computers in the world and is looking at IRAC for his next addition.

32 Flight to Oblivion
Episode S2-18, first aired 03/03/1978
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Patrick Mathews

Diana poses as a photographer to protect an Air Force test flight from sabotage.

33 Seance of Terror
Episode S2-19, first aired 03/10/1978
Director: Dick Moder
Writer: Bruce Shelly

A boy with astonishing psychic ability is being exploited by his aunt and uncle who have been paid to extort world leaders into continuing a bloody war.

34 The Man Who Wouldn't Tell
Episode S2-20, first aired 03/31/1978
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Anne Collins

A janitor accidentally mixes cleaning supplies creating a powerful explosive. Wonder Woman must protect him from evil-doers who are after the secret formula.

35 The Girl from Ilandia
Episode S2-21, first aired 04/07/1978
Director: Dick Moder
Writer: Anne Collins

A mysterious girl with super powers appears and Wonder Woman must not only find a way to get her home but also protect her from a villain who lives at sea in a sub.

36 The Murderous Missile
Episode S2-22, first aired 04/21/1978
Director: Dick Moder
Writer: Dick Nelson

Bad guys impersonate the entire populace of a small town as part of a plot to steal a missile that can be guided by thought. When Wonder Woman finds the gang, she is gassed and faints, being taken prisoner.

37 My Teenage Idol Is Missing
Episode S3-1, first aired 09/22/1978
Director: Seymour Robbie
Writer: Anne Collins

A teenage boy who's a pop star is kidnapped and no one but Diana believes the only witness, a young fan. The star's manager discovers and substitutes his long-lost identical twin brother to perform a concert and then Wonder Woman rescues the pop star.

38 Hot Wheels
Episode S3-2, first aired 09/29/1978
Director: Dick Moder
Writer: Dennis Landa

In order to recover microfilm hidden in the hood ornament of a stolen car, Diana teams up with an agent from another law enforcement agency to hunt down the car thief. However she is captured, gagged and bound.

39 The Deadly Sting
Episode S3-3, first aired 10/06/1978
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Dick Nelson

College football players are being manipulated into throwing their games and Wonder Woman must figure out who is behind the evil plot.

40 The Fine Art of Crime
Episode S3-4, first aired 10/13/1978
Director: Dick Moder
Writer: Anne Collins

Wonder Woman investigates a series of robberies that lead her to a faux artist who uses a device to turn people into living statues to help him commit his crimes. Wonder Woman falls into a trap, is turned into a statue and is exhibited at a museum.

41 Disco Devil
Episode S3-5, first aired 10/20/1978
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Writer: Alan Brennert

A telepathic disco dancer is using his powers to steal information from government scientists visiting a Washington D.C. hot spot. Diana must enlist the aid of another telepath to foil the scheme.

42 Formicida
Episode S3-6, first aired 11/03/1978
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Katharyn Michaelian Powers

An environmentalist chemist is determined to stop a pesticide manufacturer from marketing its latest formula. She creates a formula that gives her superhuman strength and the ability to control ants. Wonder Woman must stop her before she causes a disaster that will release clouds of toxic gas over the city.

43 Time Bomb
Episode S3-7, first aired 11/10/1978
Director: Seymour Robbie
Writers: Kathleen Barnes, David Wise

An unethical scientist threatens to destroy history when she travels back in time from the 22nd Century (November 10, 2155) with plans to accumulate great wealth in the 20th. Her fellow scientist teams with Wonder Woman to save the timeline.

44 Skateboard Wiz
Episode S3-8, first aired 11/24/1978
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Writer: Alan Brennert

A teenage skateboarding prodigy is manipulated into helping an extortionist win at illegal gambling.

45 The Deadly Dolphin
Episode S3-9, first aired 12/01/1978
Director: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.
Writer: Jackson Gillis

Diana searches for a dolphin that has been kidnapped by a greedy land developer in a scheme to contaminate the California coast with oil. She tracks down the land developer and his cronies but is captured, bound and gagged and tossed aboard the land developer's yacht. Diana escapes her bonds and thwarts the land developer's plans.

46 Stolen Faces
Episode S3-10, first aired 12/15/1978
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Writers: Richard Carr, Anne Collins

A woman dressed as Wonder Woman ends up in the hospital after wearing her costume in public. After a failed attempt on the impostor's life, Diana beefs up security, which causes them to catch a friend who reveals that the fake Wonder Woman is a model. Her modeling agency is up to no good and hire yet another girl to be Wonder Woman. Diana must stop their plans to steal millions from the rich.

47 Pot of Gold
Episode S3-11, first aired 12/22/1978
Director: Gordon Hessler
Writer: Michael McGreevey

Diana travels to England to try to intercept counterfeit printing plates for $100 bills but fails. Meanwhile, a small-time crook is stealing gold to buy the plates and hits upon an unlikely source – a leprechaun's pot of gold. Wonder Woman and Pat the leprechaun team up to track the plates and retrieve Pat's gold.

48 Gault's Brain
Episode S3-12, first aired 12/29/1978
Director: Gordon Hessler
Writers: John Gaynor , Arthur Weingarten

A billionaire tries to regain his health and youth, keeping his brain alive after his death. Wonder Woman must prevent him from having his brain transplanted into the body of a young Olympic hopeful.

49 Going, Going, Gone
Episode S3-13, first aired 01/12/1979
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writers: Ann Collins, Patrick Mathews

Diana infiltrates a criminal auction onboard an offshore submarine, putting her true identity at risk of discovery by the others in attendance.

50 Spaced Out
Episode S3-14, first aired 01/26/1979
Director: Ivan Dixon
Writer: Bill Taylor

The race is on to find a hidden laser crystal at a science fiction convention.

51 The Starships Are Coming
Episode S3-15, first aired 02/02/1979
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writers: Anne Collins , Rod Baker, Glen Olson

Wonder Woman must find out the truth behind a supposed alien landing before serious consequences occur as a result. She finds the hideout of the people faking the alien invasion but is captured, bound and gagged. A time bomb is set to kill her, but she is saved by a young man searching for his camera. Diana exposes the fake alien invasion and saves the day.

52 Amazon Hot Wax
Episode S3-16, first aired 02/16/1979
Director: Ray Austin
Writer: Alan Brennert

Going undercover to stop extortionists in the record industry has Diana showing off her singing abilities.

53 The Richest Man in the World
Episode S3-17, first aired 02/19/1979
Director: Don McDougall
Writers: Jackson Gillis, Anne Collins

Diana must find a reclusive millionaire who's the only one who can help with a secret device that scrambles nuclear missile-guidance systems.

54 A Date with Doomsday
Episode S3-18, first aired 03/10/1979
Director: Curtis Harrington
Writers: Roland Starke, Dennis Landa

A computer-dating service is an unexpected place for a deadly virus vial that's stolen from a government lab. Diana goes undercover to infiltrate.

55 The Girl with a Gift for Disaster
Episode S3-19, first aired 03/17/1979
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Writer: Alan Brennert

A woman with the bizarre jinx-like power to cause accidents around her is exploited by her boyfriend to cover up his criminal activities.

56 The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 1
Episode S3-20, first aired 05/28/1979
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Writer: Anne Collins

Diana travels to a small town where hundreds of people have begun acting strangely under the apparent influence of pyramids from outer space. Skip, a boy trying to help Diana with her investigation, discovers that Diana Prince is Wonder Woman.

57 The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 2
Episode S3-21, first aired 05/29/1979
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Writer: Anne Collins

A teenage boy has discovered Wonder Woman's secret identity after she has come to investigate strange happenings in his town. However, things are not what they appear as the aliens taking over the local citizens are actually hunting down a galactic terror, which leads to a confrontation between Wonder Woman and alien shapeshifter. Wonder Woman uses her magic lasso to make Skip forget her secret but he rediscovers the fact later when he listens to his recorded memos to himself.

58 The Man Who Could Not Die
Episode S3-22, first aired 08/28/1979
Director: John Newland
Writer: Anne Collins

On her first day in Los Angeles, Diana encounters an indestructible chimpanzee. This leads her to a scientist (Brian Davies) who through a combination of chemicals and radiation has also made a man, Bryce Candall, indestructible. Bryce and Wonder Woman join forces to foil the scientist's plan to create an army of indestructible men to take over the world.

59 Phantom of the Roller Coaster: Part 1
Episode S3-23, first aired 09/04/1979
Director: John Newland
Writer: Anne Collins

Searching for the leaderof a foreign spy ring, Diana goes to a Washington amusement park where she encounters a disfigured veteran who lives under the roller coaster and ""haunts"" the park as its ""phantom"".

60 Phantom of the Roller Coaster: Part 2
Episode S3-24, first aired 09/11/1979
Director: John Newland
Writer: Anne Collins

While searching for the leader of a foreign spy ring, Diana goes to a Washington amusement park where she encounters a disfigured veteran David Gurney who lives under the roller coaster and ""haunts"" the park as its ""phantom"", who's the twin brother of the amusement park's owner Leon Gurney.


Number of Stories:2
First Appearance:2016
Last Appearance:2017

    Obviously for a staple of the comic book superhero world, one that has been around since 1942, the number of adventures about Wonder Woman is way more than I have any ability to track. That is not the purpose of this site nor this entry.

This page is devoted to the version of Wonder Woman presented by Linda Carter during the 70s. For that reason, the only graphic adventure entry is for one that was based on that avatar.

1 Wonder Woman 77 Meets The Bionic Woman Wonder Woman 77 Meets The Bionic Woman
Published by Dynamite
Contributors: Andy Mangels (writer), Judit Tandora (artist), Michael Bartolo (colors), Stuart Chaifetz (colors), Roland Pilcz (colors), Tom Orzechowski (letters), Lois Buhalis (letters), Kathryn S. Renta (letters)
Copyright: 2016

Trade paperback containing the 6-issue release which ran from 2016-2017:
Recounts the initial meeting and first mission between Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, and Jaime Sommers, aka the Bionic Woman.
Through the six segments we can follow how the two meet while saving people from a burning building to how they are tasked by the IADC - Inter Agency Defense Command, part of the American intelligence community - to work together to counter a new threat from a previously unknown cabal called Castra. That assignment will throw them into several harrowing encounters with the enemy and even take them to Paradise Island before finally ending the threat, and will include the return of one of Sommers' most dangerous opponents, the Fembots.

2 Batman 66 Meets Wonder Woman 77 Batman 66 Meets Wonder Woman 77
Published by DC Comics
Contributors: Marc Adreyko (writer), Jeff Parker (writer), David Hahn (pencils), Karl Kesel (inks), Bill Williams (inks), Madpencil (colors), Wes Abbott (letters)
Copyright: 2017

Trade paperback containing the 6-issue release which ran from 2017-2018 with 2 chapters per issue.
Ra's Al Ghul and his daughter Talia are out to get possession of ancient Egyptian books which hold the secret to great power. Wonder Woman is out to stop them and joins up with Batman and Robin to do so.


Number of Games:2
First Appearance:1978
Last Appearance:2014

1 Lynda Carter Is Wonder Woman - 1978 Versions Lynda Carter Is Wonder Woman - 1978 Versions
Game Type: Jigsaw Puzzle
Published by: American Published Corp
Copyright: 1978

A set of 2 jigsaw puzzles that both feature Wonder Woman played by Lynda Carter from the vintage and classic 1970's TV series.
Both have 200 pieces and measure 11 X 17 inches when completed or about the size of posters. The 2 puzzles with subtitles and details are:
1st: The Caped Princess - Features Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) wearing her new patriotic cape.
2nd: The Classic Pose - Features Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) in her stance-profile pose.

2 Wonder Woman Slots Wonder Woman Slots
Game Type: Slot Machines
Published by: Bally Technologies
Copyright: 2014

A set of 2 slot machines that feature the likeness of Lynda Carter in her iconic role as Wonder Woman and other cast members.
Both are set into trailblazing Pro Wave cabinets, include action scenes from the 1970's TV series and have 3 jackpots that are progressive at any betting level. They were unveiled at the 2014 Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, NV by Lynda Carter herself. They are as follows:
1st - Wonder Woman Gold
2nd - Wonder Woman Wild


Number of Collectibles:6
First Appearance:2007
Last Appearance:2021

1 Lynda Carter As Wonder Woman Statue Lynda Carter As Wonder Woman Statue
Item Type: Figure Statue
Created by: DC Direct
Copyright: 2007

A statue that was sculpted by Tim Bruckner that measures 13.5 inches tall of Lynda Carter in her iconic role as Wonder Woman on a golden stand. Approved and sanctioned by Lynda Carter with her breathtaking likeness from the 1970's TV Show. It's made of porcelain and was limited to only 5000 copies.

2 Lynda Carter As Wonder Woman Bust Lynda Carter As Wonder Woman Bust
Item Type: Figure Statue
Created by: DC Direct
Copyright: 2010

"In honor of DC Comics' 75th anniversary, Lynda Carter's quintessential portrayal of Wonder Woman is presented in bust form. Taking her trademark bullets and bracelets pose, the amazon princess is perched atop a base with a star theme reminiscent of the popular 1970s TV show. The LYNDA CARTER AS WONDER WOMAN BUST is hand-painted, cold-cast in porcelain, measure approximately 5.5" high x 2.5" deep and is packaged in a 4-color box. Limited Edition"
Sculpted by Jack Mathews

3 Lynda Carter As Wonder Woman Lynda Carter As Wonder Woman
Item Type: Christmas Tree Ornament
Created by: Hallmark
Copyright: 2015

A holiday season decoration for the tree with the likeness of Lynda Carter as the famous Amazon Princess known as Wonder Woman.
It is about 5 inch high and is one of the ornaments in the Hallmark Keepsake Collection. "Make Every Christmas A Wonder!"

4 Wonder Woman Maquette Wonder Woman Maquette
Item Type: Character Figure
Created by: Tweeterhead & Sideshow
Copyright: 2017

Inspired by the 1970's TV Series called The New Adventures of Wonder Woman!
It features the likeness of Lynda Carter running on the stars series logo and is in 1/6 size.

5 Wonder Woman Model Kit Wonder Woman Model Kit
Item Type: Model Kit
Created by: Moebius Models
Copyright: 2021

A plastic model kit based on the classic TV series with the likeness of Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman poised for action with bracelets ablaze. Designed by artist Jeff Uagher and comes in 1/8 scale with the famous Bullets And Bracelets pose. Instructions included for one to build their own unlimited Wonder Woman figure! Requires glue and paint that are not included.

6 Wonder Woman Mini posters Wonder Woman Mini posters
Item Type: Poster Prints
Created by: GalaxyCon
Copyright: 2023

A set of 4 small posters of the actress Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman that you can get autographed by her for a price.


Number of Books:2
First Appearance:2008
Last Appearance:2012

1 The Q Guide to Wonder Woman The Q Guide to Wonder Woman
Written by Mike Pingel
Copyright: 2008

"Stuff You Didn't Even Know You Wanted to Know ... about Lynda Carter, the iconic TV show, and one amazing costume."

2 Superchicks: A Guide To TV's Wonder Woman And Isis Superchicks: A Guide To TV's Wonder Woman And Isis
Written by Billie Rae Bates
Copyright: 2012

"They remain television icons to this day ... Lynda Carter's stunning primetime Wonder Woman and Joanna Cameron's Saturday-morning Isis, inspiring a generation of females growing up in the 1970s by their strength, beauty, smarts and grace. Debuting within two months of each other in 1975, they were the first two female superheroes to have their own live-action American TV shows, captivating millions of viewers with a magical spin and an "Oh, mighty Isis!"
Longtime classic-television analyst BRBTV presents your fun reference guide to both the "Wonder Woman" and "Isis" series in one jam-packed volume, SUPERCHICKS. You'll learn all kinds of zany facts as you relive the moments, go behind the scenes, and even hear from many individuals involved in the shows, such as "WW" story editor Anne Collins-Ludwick and prime stuntgal Jeannie Epper, as well as all three principal stars of "Isis," Cameron, Brian Cutler and Joanna Pang Atkins."


In this entry, I speak only of the Wonder Woman who works in the Intelligence field, not the Wonder Woman who is part of the Justice League and who has been entertaining comicbook readers for eight decades. That hero, as great and historic as she is, presents a challenge far outside my meager ability to encapsulate.

Nope, I stick to one iteration of her, namely the awesomely entertaining Lynda Carter portrayed Diana Prince that I adored.

Now, many of those adventures I missed on their first run because I was stationed overseas where I could not catch any of the broadcasts. Thanks to syndication and reruns, however, I made up for it when I returned to the States. Why was I so determined? Lynda Carter. As the great Stan Lee would put it, 'Nuff said!"


My Grade: B


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