My recent parade of action figures continues with this 9″ figure depicting one of the earliest incarnations of the amazonian super heroine. She has articulated arms, a cloth skirt and golden lasso of truth accessory. Her legs can bend at the knee, but are made from the slightly sticky plastic that Barbie’s legs used to be made of. This type of plastic collects dirt/dust/fingerprints easily.
The figure originally came in a boxed “gift pack” that included the book Wonder Woman: The Golden Age. This slim tome is actually reprint of a single chapter from the larger and more comprehensive Wonder Woman: The Complete History by Les Daniels.