Hey comics fans! This weekend at New York Comic Con, DC Comics announced a new Wonder Woman series, Wonder Woman '77 (similar to the Batman '66 title), which will be based on the Wonder Woman TV show starring Lynda Carter that aired from 1975 to 1979. You know what that means: skateboarding Wonder Woman!
DC announced, via The Mary Sue:
On the heels of the SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN launch will be WONDER WOMAN '77, a new series based on the popular 1970s television show starring Lynda Carter. The series will be written by Marc Andreyko with several covers drawn by Nicola Scott. Additional artists for the project will be named in the coming weeks. WONDER WOMAN '77 will debut digitally in December with six consecutive weekly chapters. These will be collected in two print issues to be released early in 2015. The series will then resume in the spring and appear periodically throughout the year.
Cool! Kinda miffed that it will only be available digitally at first, but it sounds like a fun alternate to the main Wonder Woman title, which by the way, will see its last issue by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang this month and resume under the new creative husband-wife team of Meredith and David Finch in November.
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