Wonder Woman

19 May 2017 #537

Cover Story: Wonder Woman

Ed#537 Wonder Woman


All the world’s been waiting for her…and she is finally here! It’s taken 75 years, and now Wonder Woman will be saving the world on the big screen from 2 June. In this edition, we explore the Amazonian legend that is Wonder Woman and why she’s a hero for our times. We also speak to the Australian artist who illustrates Wonder Woman comics for a living; and talk to the new Wonder Woman, actor Gal Gadot, on taking on the role of a lifetime.

Also in this issue...

In Letter to My Younger Self, Mem Fox discusses growing up in Zimbabwe, children’s literacy and the legacy of Possum Magic. Aunty Lorraine Peeters,   a survivor of the Stolen Generations, talks about the power of healing and the fight for recognition. In our arts pages John Safran talks about extremism, annoying people and his new book; actor Stephen Curry reveals his true feelings about playing a bad guy; and we take a look at The Notorious B.I.G’s enduring influence 20 years after his death. And in Big Picture, a photographer discovers the hidden magic of the Nullarbor Plain.

The star of this edition’s Vendor Profile is Brad from Brisbane. In Streetsheet we have contributions from Linda from Ballarat; Cindy C and Eddie from Brisbane; Sus from Perth; Craig from Sydney; and Coral from Melbourne. We also have a beautiful and colourful illustration by Krystal from Adelaide.

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