Wonder Woman

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Golden Age Wonder Woman began in 1941 with the Amazon Princess Diana nursing American intelligence officer Steve Trevor back to health after he crashed on Themyscira Island. The Amazons decided that someone should go back to America with Steve to help with the battle in the outside world that was WWII. Wonder Woman won a contest which permitted her to leave Themyscira Island and head off to America with Steve Trevor. In America, Diana adopted the name "Diana Prince" and joined the army to help fight the Nazi's. Steve Trevor never knew that Diana Prince was also Princess Diana of Themyscira (kind of how Lois Lane never knew that Clark Kent was Superman). Soon after, she became secretary of the Justice Society of America reporting to Colonel…show more content…
And so she wrote a brilliantly inspired essay that appeared in her very first publication of Ms magazine which featured a picture of the original Golden Age Wonder Woman on the cover. This article was probably more than partly responsible for the return of Wonder Woman's powers in 1973. The Bronze Age feminine feministic Wonder Woman is subject to much of the influence we saw in the television series during the
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