Are you a Wonder Woman superfan?

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From comic books to TV series to a major motion picture, let's see how much you really know about the iconic superheroine.

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The original "Wonder Woman" TV series starred Lynda Carter in the title role.
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Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

Name the actress who played the title role in the original 'Wonder Woman' TV series.

Phoenix, Arizona-born Lynda Carter had bit roles in TV series and B movies before she was offered the role of Wonder Woman, which aired for three seasons from 1975 to 1979. In recent years, she's worked as an advocate for breast cancer awareness.

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Katy Perry appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine in June 2011 dressed as Wonder Woman.
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Question 2 of 10 Score: 0

What year did a Wonder Woman-clad Katy Perry grace the cover of Vanity Fair?

The American pop star was the magazine's cover girl in June 2011. Some even thought Perry should play Wonder Woman in a movie due to her striking resemblance to the comic superheroine, but the part was ultimately given to Israeli actress Gal Gadot.

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Cover art of Wonder Woman on the Saturday Evening Post.
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Question 3 of 10 Score: 0

What iconic magazine did a contemporary artist use as a backdrop for his superhero-themed cover art?

No, this was not the original 1945 cover of The Post – it is a vintage, Norman Rockwell-inspired illustration of Wonder Woman, sitting on a motorcycle, chatting it up with a young girl. It was actually created in 2012 by Spanish artist Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos.

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"Wonder Woman" aired from 1975 to 1979 and starred Lynda Carter.
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What broadcast TV network still airs 'Wonder Woman' reruns?

Check your local listings! The beloved series began airing the entire 60-episode catalog of the 1970s series in 2013. Catch it on MeTV's Saturday night lineup, right after the '60s classic "Batman."

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Gal Gadot will star in "Wonder Woman."
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Who's slated to direct the upcoming 'Wonder Woman' movie?

Patty Jenkins, whose credits include 2003's "Monster" and 2001's "Velocity Rules," was tapped to direct the upcoming "Wonder Woman" movie, starring Gal Gadot. Gadot is a former Miss Israel who says she's training in martial arts to prep for the role.

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Question 6 of 10 Score: 0

What movie is slated to open the same year as 'Wonder Woman' and will also feature the warrior princess?

'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' (2017) will star Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight; Henry Cavill as the Caped Crusader; and the aforementioned Gadot as Wonder Woman.

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Israeli actress and former Miss Israel Gal Gadot
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Question 7 of 10 Score: 0

Speaking of Gadot ... what was her most famous film credit before Wonder Woman?

Israeli-born Gadot first captured the attention of the world when she joined the Fast and Furious franchise in 2009. In those films, she had a recurring role as Gisele.

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In the original DC Comics, what is Wonder Woman's real name?

The fictional superhero, who first appeared in comic books in 1941, is a warrior princess of the Amazons known in her homeland as Princess Diana of Themyscira. Her superhuman powers include superior battle skills, an invisible airplane and an injury-healing Purple Ray.

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Diana Prince is the alias of Wonder Woman.
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Question 9 of 10 Score: 0

What is Wonder Woman's alias?

Every superhero needs a secret identity. Wonder Woman, in the original comic, chose her alias after meeting an army nurse named Diana Prince. She worked out a deal with the nurse to take her credentials and, in return, look after the woman's fiance.

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Wonder Woman comic book cover.
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What's the name of the original comic's creator?

Marston was an American psychologist and writer who, as legend would have it, created the superheroine after a conversation with his wife. When he struck up the idea of crafting a new comic book character, Elizabeth Marston reportedly said, "Fine. But make her a woman."

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Wonder Woman comic logo.
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