wonder-woman-bionic-woman-with-trade-dress-and-logo-balentTitle: Wonder Wonder 77 Meets The Bionic Woman # 1
Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Andy Mangels
Art by: Judit Tondora
Colors by: Michael Bartolo & Stuart Chaifetz
Letters by: Tom Orzechowski & Lois Buhalis
Wonder Wonder Created by: William Moulton Marston
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.dynamite.com
Comments: It’s 1977 and in Washington a building explodes. Wonder Woman leaps into action. The Bionic Woman is not far behind.
The expressions could be drawn better, more expressive to match what is going on around them. The bodies especially Wonder Woman’s is gorgeous, toned and fit.
Diana and Jaime work well teaming up to deal with a disaster.
The comic is done in a retro style. You will get the feel of the time period that these shows were made in. The action poses does show off both characters well.
The story is a bit hard to follow. A evil group stole something from the government agencies.
It is funny the way Jaime knows who Wonder Woman is right away. No one else does though. Diana and Wonder Woman from their looks it is obvious who she is.
The personalities are perfectly done. They match up great with the TV show characters that are portrayed here.
Lynda Carter and Lindsey Wagner did a fantastic job in the TV series and this comic does capture some of their magic.

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Title: Wonder Wonder 77 Meets The Bionic Woman # 1 Publisher: Dynamite Written by: Andy Mangels Art by: Judit Tondora Colors by: Michael Bartolo & Stuart Chaifetz Letters by: Tom Orzechowski & Lois Buhalis Wonder Wonder Created by: William Moulton Marston Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Website: www.dynamite.com Comments: It's 1977 and in Washington...