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Works: 24 works in 28 publications in 1 language and 2 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Film adaptations 
Classifications: PN1992.77.W66, 791.4572
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Wonder Woman Mind stealers from outer space Part 1 & 2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Wonder Woman dives heavily into science fiction in the two-part "Mind Stealers From Outer Space". The alien Andros returns to earth, and he sets about convincing Wonder Woman that earth is in great peril. It seems that a band of outlaws from his planet--who call themselves the Skrill--have been coming to earth and taking over human bodies, stealing the minds of their physical hosts in the process. Their goal is to learn all that they can from the greatest minds in America, and use that knowledge to lay down the groundwork for an alien invasion and, ultimately, human subjugation. Well, Wonder Woman simply isn't going to stand for it!
Wonder Woman Hot wheels, the deadly sting ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
In "Hot Wheels" Diana Prince is given a new undercover assignment: she is ordered to infiltrate a ring of car thieves. This is not the government giving Diana a more mundane assignment, but is, instead, a desperate attempt to locate a stolen Rolls Royce that has a top-secret microfilm hidden in its hood ornament. "The Deadly Sting" brings Diana to college for the first time when she's told that star football players have begun to throw important championship games. Although local authorities suspect that this has something to do with illegal betting, the government is convinced that it involves mind control. Wonder Woamn must uncover the truth before madman Bill Michaels begins to move his mind control efforts outside college stadiums
Wonder Woman Wonder Woman in Hollywood, the return of Wonder Woman ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
"Wonder Woman in Hollywood marks the return of WW's little sister, Drusilla, as the two team up to battle a Nazi pretending to be a filmmaker, who has set his sights on several war heroes, among them Major Steve Trevor. "The Return of Wonder Woman" kicked off the series' second season, transporting the Amazon Princess' adventures from the 1940s to the 1970s. In the opener, Steve Trevor Jr., crashes on Paradise Island, where Wonder Woman had returned to live. Intrigued by this apparent double for the man she loved, Wonder Woman bring him back to America and, once again, decides to fight the "good" fight, this first time out involving a nuclear power plant developed for third-world countries that is being targeted for sabotage
Wonder Woman the fine art of crime, the Queen and the thief ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In "The Fine Art of Crime", Wonder Woman is perplexed by a series of robberies taking place in a museum. The crimes themselves are not that unusual, it's just that there are no signs of break-in whatsoever. Deeper investigation leads Wonder Woman to question the true nature of a life-like statue within the museum and whether or not it is a sentient being. "The Queen and the Thief" has Diana Prince and Steve Trevor Jr. embarking on an undercover assignment with the goal of apprehending an international jewel thief, who is apparently involved with the Queen of a foreign country
Wonder Woman Beauty on parade, the last of the two dollar bills ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Wonder Woman's alter-ego, Diana Prince, enters a suspicious beauty contest to uncover the truth behind the sabotage of radar scanning equipment in "Beauty on Parade". What she and Steve Trevor discover is that there is something much more insidious underway that threatens the security of the United States. In "The Last of the Two Dollar Bills", the Nazis place an exact double of a top official in the US State Bureau of Printing to engage in a counterfeiting scheme that will result in collapse of the American economy
Wonder Woman the man who could move the world, Knockout ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
A Japanese man named Ishida blames Wonder Woman for the death of his parents and brother during World War II, and is seeking vengeance. Having recently developed incredible telekinetic abilities, he is intent on using his powers to extract his revenge from the Amazon Princess in "The Man Who Could Move the World". In "Knockout", Steve Trevor Jr. and Wonder Woman go up against an organization known as "The Movement", which is determined to change the world by replacing those in key positions of power with their own people
Wonder Woman Formula 407, the bushwackers ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Major Steve Trevor and Diana Prince are sent to Argentina to meet with a scientist who has come up with the means of giving rubber the strength and durability of steel in "Formula 407." Unfortunately, the Nazis have received similar information and are determined to beat the Americans to this prize. "The Bushwackers" has Steve Trevor investigating the black market rustling of J.P. Hadley's cattle, one of the largest suppliers of beef to the military. What he--and ultimately Wonder Woman--learns is that there are far more deadly plans afoot in Texas
Wonder Woman the feminum mystique Part 1 & 2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
The two-part "Feminum Mystique" begins as an espionage tale involving the Nazis stealing the prototype for America's first jet, the XPJ-1. For Wonder Woman it escalates into something far more horrible when her sister, Drusilla, on a mission for Paradise Island's Queen is kidnapped while in America. When a clever spy gets information from Drusilla concerning her homeland, the Nazis launch a full assault on Paradise Island, capturing it and planning to use its secrets to conquer the world. In the end, Wonder Woman and Drusilla must come up with a plan to set everything right
Wonder Woman the man who wouldn't tell, Girl from Islandia ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
An ordinary man caught up in an extraordinary situation--the hallmark of many Alfred Hitchcock films among others-- is the premise of "The Man Who Wouldn't Tell". Actually, the "Man" in question is a janitor named Alan Akroy who works in a government installation where he accidentally discovers an important ingredient to an innovative formula for a new breed of explosive. Because of this, this previous "nobody" suddenly finds himself a target of assassins. Naturally, Wonder Woman has to step in and save this innocent. Extraterrestrials are back on earth in "The Girl From Islandia", only this time they are not represented by Andros and his people. The alien in question is Tina, a young girl who has been endowed with a variety of extraterrestrial powers, and who has been trying to live on earth by passing herself off as human. But when Tina's abilities are discovered by a criminal mastermind, he sets about trying to capture and exploit her--until Wonder Woman discovers his plans
Wonder Woman Judgement from outer space Part 1 & 2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In the two-part "Judgement From Outer Space"--An homage to the classic sci-fi film The Day the Earth Stood Still--an alien emissary named Andros is sent to earth by the Councl of Planets to determine if the barbaric tendencies of humanity warrants continued survival. Andros speaks to the leaders of the earth and passionately explains the need for a more peaceful existence on this planet, but the Nazis capture the alien, driving home the point that the Council may not be wrong about earth. Wonder Woman is determined to save her new alien friend and her world
Wonder Woman Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua, the Pluto file ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
"Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua" pits the Amazon Princess against a Nazi gorilla(!) trained to retrieve a defecting agent, whose knowledge poses a threat to Hitler's agenda. Wonder Woman has her hands full in "The Pluto File", when an Irish mercenary named Fallon steals an American-developed device that can control or eliminate earthquakes. To make matters worse, Fallon is also a carrier of the Bubonic Plague and, as such, threatens America on two levels
Wonder Woman Anschluss '77, Bermuda Triangle crisis ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
With a tip of the hat to the original incarnation of the series, the Nazis return--in a sense--in "Anschluss '77". Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor inadvertently discover a plot by former Nazis to clone an exact duplicate of Adolph Hitler in the hopes of restoring him to power so that he will lead the remnants of their movement back to a position of world domination. The duo must find the location of the secret laboratory in which the experiment is being carried out and stop the procedure before Hitler lives again. "Bermuda Triangle Crisis" presents Wonder Woman with a moral dilemma: a deadly weapons dealer is operating within the Bermuda Triangle and must be stopped, but if she's successful, then America will, in all likelihood, construct a nuclear facility within a few miles of Paradise Island, thus threatening her people
Wonder Woman Deadly toys, Light-fingered lady ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In "Deadly Toys" Wonder Woman finds herself a babe in toyland, as she must use all the powers at her disposal to stop an insane toymaker named Hoffman. Hoffman, it is revealed, has created a number of humanoid androids that he is planning to use in order to steal a variety of top-secret plans for a government-created weapon. Wonder Woman is surprised to go up against an android duplicate of herself which must be destroyed if Hoffman's plans are to be thwarted. "Light Fingered Lady" has Diana Prince given the assignment of watching a criminal genius, who is purported to be planning a $50 million theft. Determining that the best way to stop him is to get close to him, Diana goes undercover as a jewel thief to gain the man's trust and learn exactly what he's up to
Wonder Woman Death in disguise, Irac is missing ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
After battling alchemists and mad toymakers, Wonder Woman comes a bit more down to earth in "Death in Disguies." Diana Prince is given the assignment of protecting millionaire industrialist Carlo Indrezzano, whose plans threaten the power base of undisclosed others. Not willing to allow anyone to usurp their power, these unnamed enemies dispatch a team of hit men to kill Indrezzano, unaware that they're going to be going up against Wonder Woman instead. "IRAC is Missing" features the efforts of computer genius Bernard Havitol to steal the memories of the world's greatest computer--including IRAC, the one computer that knows Diana Prince is actually Wonder Woman--and using the accumulated knowledge to literally take over the world. Not only is the Amazon desperately trying to stop modern civilization from being propelled back to more primitive times, she is attempting to preserve her own identity
Wonder Woman the murderous missile, Time bomb ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In "The Murderous Missile", Diana Prince is on her way to a supposedly secret missile test site located within an empty ghost town. She is surprised to learn that there are, indeed, citizens secretly living there, and even more shocked to suddenly find herself their prisoner. Eventually she discovers that these people are planning on stealing this new brand of missile and use it for their own purposes. Diana's dilemma is to stop them without revealing that she is really Wonder Woman. "Time Bomb" has a woman named Cassandra Loren arrive in the present from the year 2155. Her purpose is to use her knowledge of the future to mine a mineral that, in the 22nd century, will make her very wealthy and powerful. Wonder Woman gets involved when another woman arrives from the future, claiming that Cassandra must be stopped because the mining she has undertaken will ultimately destroy Phoenix and have a dramatic rippling impact on future events
Wonder Woman Screaming javelins, Diana's disappearing act ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In "Screaming Javelins", a large number of championship Olympic athletes are mysteriously disappearing, threatening the world games. Wonder Woman begins to investigate the situation, and learns that each man has been kidnapped by someone named Marion Mariposa--but they are not being held for ransom. Instead, Mariposa has taken them so that they will compete in his own version of the Olympics, to be held in a country called Mariposalia--which exists somewhere in his mind. The real world intrudes itself in "Diana's Disappearing Act" in which the price of the world's oil supply is being threatened with devastating price increases due to negotiations between an alchemist named Count Cagliostro and a Middle Eastern oil supplier. Cagliostro claims to have honed the ability to turn lead into gold, and the oil supplier wants to capitalize on it no matter what it takes
Wonder Woman Disco devil, Seance of terror ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In "Disco Devil", a disco "king" named Infra red has come up with a unique means of discerning what he needs to learn. He opens a disco club, promising the ultimate experience for patrons and then, while they're dancing the night away, he uses his ability to learn the secrets of their mind. The fact that many of his patrons are government officials, makes this particular plan a threat to national security. "Seance of Terror" takes a more supernatural bent, as a young boy who has the ability to create "psychic photographs"--Images that are able to see the future or the true motivations of those who are captured within them--is being used to manipulate power brokers around the world, and threaten international peace talks. Wonder Woman must remove this child from the mix, stop those who have been using him and try and give the child a normal life
Wonder Woman Formicida, Skateboard whiz ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Wonder Woman seems to have met her match in "Formicida," when she goes up against a woman who has the proportionate strength of an ant (about ten times her body weight) and has developed the ability to communicate with, and take command of, ants. This results in her ordering the insects to destroy the laboratory and research of one Dr. Doug Radcliffe, whose revolutionary insect pesticide has turned out to be more toxic than he's been willing to acknowledge. The genetically altered Formicida, whose goal is purely ecological, ultimately must turn to Wonder Woman to help achieve her goals. "Skateboard Whiz" begins with Diana Prince heading out to visit friends in southern California and quickly finding herself crossing paths with corrupt businessman Evan Donelson. Donelson, it's revealed, is planning on opening a number of illegal gambling operations, a plan that is threatened by the photographic memory of Diana's young friend, Jamie O'Neill, who inadvertently stumbled upon their operation. Donelson puts the word out that Jamie is to be killed, and it's up to Wonder Woman to stop him. To do so, she dons a stylized skateboarding outfit and performs some spectacular moves that would even impress Olympic champions
Wonder Woman the complete collection ( visu )
5 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In "The Richest Man in the World" multi-millionaire Marshall Henshaw meets with Steve Trevor and a foreign prime minister to report that the Missile Systems Scramber (nicknamed "Missy") is ready for shipping. This is vitally important as the device has the ability to scramble signals from approaching missiles, forcing them to veer off target. It is an incredible offensive weapon. Unfortunately, no sooner does Hewshaw leave this meeting than he is kidnapped. The kidnappers gain the information they need about MISSY, and dump Henshaw's unconscious body into the woods somewhere, believing that he'll die from exposure. While they set a plan into motion in which they'll substitute a fake scrambler with the real thing, an orphan child named Barney finds Henshaw and helps him, saving the man's life in the process. The situation growing more desperate by the moment, Wonder Woman steps in and does what she can to set things right again. In the end, MISSY is delivered to the prime minister and Barney finds himself with a new adopted father. Things aren't quite so soft and fuzz in "A Date with Doomsday," when a biological "slime" that would kill thousands if it should become airborne is stolen. Its creator, Dr. Roberts, is desperately attempting to find an antidote, but it is imperative that Wonder Woman find the sample before it is used by Ward Selkirk in a move against the White House and, in turn, the people of Washingotn D.C. The task is made more challenging when it's revealed that Selkirk has devised a means of developing face and hand masks of anyone he chooses, and it is by this method that he stole the sample in the first place and is ultimately able to steal the antidote as well, giving him complete power. It all comes down to a final few desperate seconds as Wonder Woman attempts to stop Selkirk from achieving his deadly goals
Wonder Woman the new original Wonder Woman ( visu )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
While on a national security mission during World War II, Major Steve Trevor is shot out of the sky by his enemy, a Nazi soldier. Wounded, Trevor lands on Paradise Island within the Devil's Triangle; an island populated by beautiful amazon women. One of them, Princess Diana, nurses him back to health and falls in love with him. Diana manipulates her mother, the Queen, so that she can bring Trevor back to America and remain there as Wonder Woman to defend the Amazonian (read: American) way of life
 
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