Wonder Woman's 80th Anniversary

Wonder Woman’s 80th Anniversary – Icon to be Inducted Into The Comic-Con Character Hall of Fame

This morning, DC unveiled additional plans for a global celebration of Wonder Woman, tied to the character’s 80th anniversary. Honoring the legacy that Princess Diana of Themyscira has upheld since 1941, the Comic-Con Character Hall of Fame will be inducting Wonder Woman virtually on Thursday, October 21.  DC continues to honor Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary and the character’s impact across comics, film, television with a stunning lineup of publishing pieces, partnerships, special releases and initiatives.

Marking the 80th anniversary of Wonder Woman, DC, Warner Bros. Global Brands and Experiences and WarnerMedia today unveiled additional plans for a global celebration of the iconic Super Hero. In honor of the legacy that Princess Diana of Themyscira has upheld since 1941, the Comic-Con Character Hall of Fame will be inducting Wonder Woman virtually on Thursday, October 21.

DC continues to honor Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary and the character’s impact across comics, film, television with a stunning lineup of publishing pieces, partnerships, special releases and initiatives. Fans can start celebrating her legacy as a pop culture icon and inspiration to fans around the world with Wonderful Women of the World, available in bookstores and comic shops today.

Wonder Woman first appeared in All Star Comics #8 on October 21,1941 in a back-up story meant to test her appeal at a time when female Super Heroes were rare. An instant favorite, Wonder Woman was soon headlining her own standalone title less than a year later. Subsequent generations came to know the Amazonian princess with silver bracelets on her wrists and a magic lasso by her waist via her hit 1970’s television series as well as roles in animated shows and movies.

The groundbreaking 2017 film Wonder Woman by director Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot was the largest grossing live action film ever for a female director at the time of release. The sequel, Wonder Woman 1984 premiered on HBOMax and in theaters globally on December 25, 2020.  Warner Bros. Pictures confirmed the third Wonder Woman movie starring Gadot will also be written by Jenkins.

Fans can delve into the history and enduring influence of the iconic character this October with the “Wonder Woman Authors & Talent Panel” on DC Community.

Don’t miss DC FanDome on October 16 for more Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary content and commemoration! Follow DC on TwitterInstagram and TikTok for more information on all things Wonder Woman 80, and check out  www.WonderWoman80.com for the latest information on Wonder Woman 80.


Wonder Woman's 80th Anniversary

Wonder Woman’s 80th Anniversary – Icon to be Inducted Into The Comic-Con Character Hall of Fame

This morning, DC unveiled additional plans for a global celebration of Wonder Woman, tied to the character’s 80th anniversary. Honoring the legacy that Princess Diana of Themyscira has upheld since 1941, the Comic-Con Character Hall of Fame will be inducting Wonder Woman virtually on Thursday, October 21.  DC continues to honor Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary and the character’s impact across comics, film, television with a stunning lineup of publishing pieces, partnerships, special releases and initiatives.

Marking the 80th anniversary of Wonder Woman, DC, Warner Bros. Global Brands and Experiences and WarnerMedia today unveiled additional plans for a global celebration of the iconic Super Hero. In honor of the legacy that Princess Diana of Themyscira has upheld since 1941, the Comic-Con Character Hall of Fame will be inducting Wonder Woman virtually on Thursday, October 21.

DC continues to honor Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary and the character’s impact across comics, film, television with a stunning lineup of publishing pieces, partnerships, special releases and initiatives. Fans can start celebrating her legacy as a pop culture icon and inspiration to fans around the world with Wonderful Women of the World, available in bookstores and comic shops today.

Wonder Woman first appeared in All Star Comics #8 on October 21,1941 in a back-up story meant to test her appeal at a time when female Super Heroes were rare. An instant favorite, Wonder Woman was soon headlining her own standalone title less than a year later. Subsequent generations came to know the Amazonian princess with silver bracelets on her wrists and a magic lasso by her waist via her hit 1970’s television series as well as roles in animated shows and movies.

The groundbreaking 2017 film Wonder Woman by director Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot was the largest grossing live action film ever for a female director at the time of release. The sequel, Wonder Woman 1984 premiered on HBOMax and in theaters globally on December 25, 2020.  Warner Bros. Pictures confirmed the third Wonder Woman movie starring Gadot will also be written by Jenkins.

Fans can delve into the history and enduring influence of the iconic character this October with the “Wonder Woman Authors & Talent Panel” on DC Community.

Don’t miss DC FanDome on October 16 for more Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary content and commemoration! Follow DC on TwitterInstagram and TikTok for more information on all things Wonder Woman 80, and check out  www.WonderWoman80.com for the latest information on Wonder Woman 80.

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