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.: Site Updates :.

8.2011
Women Of Wonder Day site launched
9.2011
Series IV Index Posted
12.2012
Cathy Lee Crosby Exhibit Posted
More Revisions To Follow!




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.: Wonder Dates Of Note :.

June: (2006) Cover date of Wonder Woman #1 (vol. III), the rebooted series by Allan Heinberg and Terry Dodson.

June 9: (1954) George Pérez, writer and artist of Wonder Woman comics (vol. II) from 1987 until 1992, is born in New York, NY.

June 10: (1965) Elizabeth Hurley, who played the villainous Veronica Cale in NBC’s 2011 Wonder Woman pilot, was born in Basingstoke, Hampshite, England.

June 12: (1948) Len Wein, past editor and writer of Wonder Woman (vol. II) comics, is born June 12, 1948, in New York, NY.

June 15: (1927) Ross Andru, artist of Wonder Woman comics from 1958 until 1967, is born.

June 18: (year unknown) Robert Kanigher, past editor and writer of Wonder Woman comics (vol. I), is born June 18, 1915 in Fishkill, New York.

June 29: (year unknown) Allan Heinberg, past writer of Wonder Woman comics (vol. III), is born June 29, 1967.

  

WELCOME TO A SENSATIONAL WEBSITE DEDICATED TO ARCHIVING THE ART, LITERATURE, MEDIA, AND MEMORABILIA OF
WONDER WOMAN!


This virtual museum is an ongoing project dedicated to presenting information on the past, present, and future of the world's most famous super-heroine. On the following pages, you'll find Wonder Woman represented not just in the pages of comic books and on television screens, but also in thousands of pieces of memorabilia. Wherever possible, this site will give behind-the-scenes information, artwork, or interviews detailing how various projects were created.

The museum is curated by best-selling author and comic book writer Andy Mangels, who has been collecting Wonder Woman memorabilia since the 1970s. Although he has yet to write the Wonder Woman comic series, his nonfiction writing has included interviews, profiles, and articles of many of those who have been part of creating the Wonder Woman mythos. He has also been interviewed on several Wonder Woman documentaries, and has organized the annual Wonder Woman Day and Women of Wonder Day events, raising over $150,000 for Domestic Violence charitable programs.


  SPECIAL EXHIBIT: CATHY LEE CROSBY MOVIE
The first live-action Wonder Woman project seen on TV was the 1974 Cathy Lee Crosby telefilm, on ABC in 1974. Newly-released from Warner Archives, you can order it by clicking the image below!

  SPECIAL EXHIBIT: BOOKS FOR YOUNGER READERS
One of the most common questions we get here at Wonder Woman Museum is "What Wonder Woman books can I read to or get for my children?" Click the image below for a special exhibit of books that Younger Readers -- and Older Readers -- will love!

  SPECIAL EXHIBIT: M-A-C COSMETICS
An explosion of colors comes to the industry giant's first-ever Wonder Woman makeup line, launched February 2011. See art, photos, news, and ordering information by clicking the image below:

  SPECIAL EXHIBIT: TONNER DOLLS
From 199-2011, Tonner Dolls has been releasing a stunning series of beautiful Wonder Woman dolls. See the complete line, view photos, and more by clicking the image below:

  SPECIAL EXHIBIT: WOMEN OF WONDER DAY / WONDER WOMAN DAY
The five annual Wonder Woman Day events from 2006-2010 raised over $110,000 in Portland, OR and Flemington, NJ for Domestic Violence programs, selling over 1,000 original pieces of Wonder Woman artwork and garnering four Mayoral Proclamations!
Now, under its new name, the HEROIC event has returned in 2011 and 2012 for an expanded mission!
Learn more about WOMEN OF WONDER DAY by clicking the image below:

  SPECIAL EXHIBIT: WONDER WOMAN DVD
The first-ever original Wonder Woman animated feature was released to wild acclaim in 2009. Read interviews, view art, and learn all about it by clicking the image below:

  SPECIAL EXHIBIT: LYNDA CARTER LIVE
The actress who portrayed television's most beloved super-heroine is continuing her singing tour throughout the United States and abroad! Learn how you can see her by clicking the image below:


 
.: Featured Images :.

Custom Lynda Carter Mannequin
Created 2004-2006
An exact replica of Lynda Carter's CBS-era costume created from patterns from an original costume, and showcased on a custom-made mannequin!

Art by Alex Ross 2010
A beautiful image auctioned for charity at Wonder Woman Day 5 in 2010!

Statue by Michael Madrid 2010
A gorgeous custom statue auctioned for charity at Wonder Woman Day 5 in 2010!

Art by Ibrahim Moustafa 2009
Bullets and bracelets fly in this image auctioned for charity at Wonder Woman Day 4 in 2009!

Art by Natalie Nourigat 2009
A heroine for the Earth is showcased in this image auctioned for charity at Wonder Woman Day 4 in 2009!

Art by Adam Hughes 2008
An Amazon takes to the skies in this image auctioned for charity at Wonder Woman Day 3 in 2008!

Art by John Byrne 2007
An homage to the cover of Sensation Comics #1, auctioned for charity at Wonder Woman Day 2 in 2007!

Art by Phil Hester 2006
An homage to the cover of Wonder Woman #1, auctioned for charity at Wonder Woman Day 1 in 2006!


DISCLAIMER: "WONDER WOMAN" and all related names, characters, and elements are trademark and copyright 1942-2011 by DC Comics.
Material from the "WONDER WOMAN" TV series and its related elements are the property of DC COMICS and WARNER BROS.
All rights reserved. Wonder Woman was created by William Moulton Marston.

All text, photographic, or artistic information contained on this website are used for INFORMATIONAL and
HISTORICAL PURPOSES and ARE NOT INTENDED AS COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT, nor is anything on this site
authorized by DC Comics or Warner Bros. This website is NOT A COMMERCIAL SITE.

Website design by Andy Mangels. Website logo and help by Kehvan Zydhek.
Please do not repost content from this website without permission.
This website went live on January 1, 2004!