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DC Comics' DC Pride celebrations will feature LGBTQ stories and special variant covers for iconic characters, including Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman
"Wonder Woman 1984" takes a bold chance by easing up on the action to tell a superhero story with a point.
The spring and summer movies you need to see -- and a few you should definitely avoid.
Jessica Carter Altman, daughter of Lynda Carter, releases an EP as varied as it is infinitely listenable
Vibrant and outspoken, original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter returns to the Kennedy Center to perform songs from her new album.
Justice League pits a gaggle of superheroes against a foe that would demolish Earth. And no, it’s not Trump.
On Friday, the Library of Congress thought it was just getting a sit-down interview with Lynda Carter, the woman who portrayed Wonder Woman on the...
Superhero cinema finally welcomes Wonder Woman in a mildly ambitious, action-packed solo feature
Carter brings a new dynamic show to the KenCen offering her usual smorgasbord of musical delights
Carter brings her acclaimed show, "Long-Legged Woman," back for an encore round
Lynda Carter returns to the Kennedy Center with an all-new evening of song
It's not easy to stay an icon. Batmans come and...
While it may be four decades since her iconic character first twirled her way across American television sets, when Lynda Carter flashes her smile at...
Nobody spins better, or with more superheroic grace, than Lynda Carter. Indeed, for her latest role in Sky High, Carter -- forever revered as the...