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Popaganda Episode: The Evolution of Wonder Woman

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Wonder Woman first hit the comics page over 70 years ago—but her story and personal history has changed dramatically with each new generation of artists, writers, and fans.

This show explores Wonder Woman's origins and impact over seven decades. The LA-based Homemade News crew talks about the strange story of her creator William Marston, then we analyze her Amazonian origin story with an excerpt of an article by Stevie St. John. Then, author and scholar Jennifer K. Stuller heads to San Diego Comic-Con to talk with comics fans and publishers about what Wonder Woman means to them. Finally, we look to the future of Wonder Woman, as DC comics team Cat Staggs and Amanda Deibert talk about the new Wonder Woman comic book they're creating right now. 

FULL SHOW: 


JENNIFER K. STULLER HEADS TO COMIC-CON: 

WONDER WOMAN'S HISTORY:

INTERVIEW WITH CAT STAGGS AND AMANDA DEIBERT:

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