McClelland-Nugent, Ruth: "Steve Trevor, Equal? Wonder Woman in an Era of Second Wave Feminist Critique." In: The Ages of Wonder Woman. Essays on the Amazon Princess in Changing Times. Hrsg. v. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson: McFarland, 2013, S. 136–150.
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Keywords: "Wonder Woman", Fandom, Gender, Reception, Superhero, USA
Creators: Darowski, McClelland-Nugent
Publisher: Jefferson: McFarland
Collection: The Ages of Wonder Woman. Essays on the Amazon Princess in Changing Times.
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Ruth McClelland-Nugent’s essay delves into the letter columns in the back of comic books to gauge reader reaction to changes in Wonder Woman. These reactions reveal what were some of the most controversal themes in Wonder Woman including feminism, Wonder Woman’s love life, and the potential ressurection of her long-time love interest Steve Trevor.
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