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No. 14: Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter), Wonder WomanIf we’re going by sheer power, we don’t see much of anyone on the list (other than Supes himself) matching up with Wonder Woman’s super strength. Lynda Carter’s performance is one of the most iconic in superhero history, and we’d argue she might be ranked a bit too low at 14th.

Objects in Space 11/7: You're a wonder, Wonder Woman

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Nov 7, 2017, 8:41 PM EST

Today’s a very auspicious day in nerd history. On this day in 1975, the first Wonder Woman live-action TV show premiered. You could definitely say that Lynda Carter is one of the reasons why Diana is everywhere now.

Spin yourself over to these links:

- Stranger Things still doesn’t know what to do with its female characters. (Decider)
- The female jealousy subplot really needs to be put to rest. (Film School Rejects)
- This could be the year that Best Director Oscar nominations finally tip towards women. (Indiewire)
- This new podcast, Thirst Aid Kit, is right up our alley for so many reasons. (BuzzFeed)

You can send us suggestions for stuff to include in future round-ups at any time, either in the comments below or via our Twitter feed at @Syfyfangrrls.

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