Realworlds: Wonder Woman

    (DC, 2000)
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Much like how the Elseworlds imprint separates the publisher’s more popular stable of heroes from mainstream continuity, DC Comics’ Realworlds books tell stories of ordinary people whose real lives and real ambitions intersect with familiar iconic figures from the DC Universe, inspiring them to a level worthy of hero status.

In this one-shot, actress Brenda Kelly portrays the post-World War II silver screen version of Wonder Woman. America adores her as a symbol of all that is good and right. But when a politician bent on ridding Hollywood of the communist element (much like McCarthy’s Red Scare of the 1950s) begins targeting his baseless allegations toward her friends and loved ones, the actress is forced to pull her fictional persona into the real world in order to make a stand for what is just.

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