Wonder Woman 1984? More like Wonder Woman‘s almost 84! Diana is turning 80 next year and the DC icon is ringing in the milestone in style. Her DC FanDome anniversary panel — all about honoring the character created by William Moulton Marston and inspired by his partners Elizabeth Holloway Marston and Olive Byrne — was hosted by Wonder Woman franchise director Patty Jenkins and Amazon expert Gal Gadot. Oh, and one very special guest: Lynda Carter.
After a day filled with Wonder Woman, as the heroine got another trailer for her ’80s-set sequel, it was only natural that the two iconic on-screen Wonder Women should reunite to celebrate. Apparently next year, DC Comics will be doing all sorts of specials for Wonder Woman, according to Jenkins, who also got to unveil a gorgeous new logo for the new comics (and celebration in general) happening in 2021.
Take a look:
The logo – red, blue, and yellow, as all things Wonder Woman are — gives the legendary hero a new symbol to emblazon celebratory stories coming next year from all sorts of cool creators.
Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters on Oct. 2.
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