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Publisher's Summary

In a medium oversaturated by male protagonists, it’s difficult for female comic book fans to find good representation. Wonder Woman is the exception, acting as a female powerhouse in the DC Comic Universe, and one of the best displays of feminism that comics have to offer. 

Wonder Woman's success as a character earned her her own feature film, which excited and enthralled audiences and critics alike. With such success in the box office, it’s only natural that a sequel would be put into the works. Unfortunately, Wonder Woman 84 paled in comparison to its predecessor. It was not only less well received, but it also propagated a lot of problematic ideas that contradicted Wonder Woman as a character. 

Throughout this audiobook, we’ll go over what went wrong, and what messages Wonder Woman 84 sent to it’s female audience.

©2021 Elizabeth Fequiere (P)2022 Elizabeth Fequiere

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