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The Princess & The Platypus Podcast highlights one incredibly special aspect of “The Princess Diana Museum” the exclusive personal interviews with many of the individuals and artists connected to the historical pieces that are on display in the museum. Each person tells a unique story in their own words; which in turn gives each piece displayed in the museum a new life and meaning that is forever preserved and truly magical to hear. Some of the individuals and artists who knew Princess Diana ...
 
A podcast about the character of frequent government operative and effective alter ego Diana Prince, as well as the internationally recognized super-heroine icon Wonder Woman, and the strange adventures that fall between the extremes of these two identities of Princess Diana of the Themysiran Amazons on Paradise Island. Looks at the full history of the character across all media, but especially comic books.
 
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Libbi Gorr host of This Weekend Life on ABC Radio, Melbourne Australia interviews Renae Plant founder of The Princess Diana Museum. Visit: www.princessdianamuseum.org Support the show (https://www.theprincessandtheplatypus.org)저자 Princess Diana 3D Virtual Museum/The Princess and the Platypus Foundation
 
Frank returns after a mere five months off to post an actual second episode in the same “Year of the Cheetah,” featuring another guest cameo from Wonder Woman: Warrior for Peace podcast’s Angela! The 2019 release of Wonder Woman 1984 is looking more like 2021, so we guess Warner Brothers plans to hold out until we at least finish covering the appea…
 
Frank returns after another year & a half’s sabbatical to find… the Wonder Woman: Warrior for Peace podcast had returned from its own year of absence. To celebrate our both running again, Angela has an opening cameo to foreshadow her continuing appearances in a series of Cheetah-centric episodes to tide you over while Wonder Woman 1984 keeps being …
 
Renae Plant, Curator of the Princess Diana Museum and Founder of The Princess & The Platypus Foundation recalls what is was like the day she met Princess Diana for the very first time at the Yandina Ginger Factory in Queensland, Australia, on the 12th of April 1983 at the age of 12 on a "field trip" and how the "Platypus" that started this Non Prof…
 
Frank returns after a year’s sabbatical to find… most of the other Amazing Amazon comics podcasters have podfaded and the movie sequel pushed back seven months to 2020? Perhaps now more than ever, the world is waiting for a Barbara Minerva / The Cheetah III podcast! This episode covers nearly every Cheetah story from 1986-2011, from her debut to he…
 
Pekita Trotamundos joins Frank to discuss Angela Robinson’s new film about Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston, his wife Elizabeth, and their extended family member Olive Byrne (as portrayed by Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall & Bella Heathcote.) We also look deeper into the factual history of the Amazing Amazon’s creation and charges of historica…
 
This episode, Frank covers the first major arc of the William Messner-Loebs run, “Exile in Space,” which ran in Wonder Woman vol. 2 (1987 series) #66-71 (1992-1993.) Since nobody actually refers to the “Space Pirates” story by that name, we’ll use the story title from #69 instead. This is one of Frank’s favorite legends of the Amazing Amazon, featu…
 
This episode, we look at a pair of the very few Elseworlds out-of-continuity “imaginary stories” with Wonder Woman as a billed star. First we adapt previous coverage of 2003’s The Blue Amazon one-shot special by Randy & Jean-Marc Lofficier with art by Ted McKeever. The core of the episode is a fresh look at 1996’s Superman/Wonder Woman: Whom Gods D…
 
In this Episode of Wonder Woman Princess of the Amazons Andrew is Joined by fellow Wonder Woman Podcaster Angela from Wonder Woman Warrior for Peace to talk about the 2009 Animated film along with some news and a whole lot more. Enjoy! Advertisements저자 Andrew Pinkham
 
Eclipso and The White Magician are the focus of our newest episode and latest entry into a social media crossover, Best Event Ever 2017. Besides the William Messner-Loebs scripted Wonder Woman Annual #3, we also see Princess Diana in Justice League America Annual #6, The Adventures of Superman Annual #4, and Eclipso: The Darkness Within #2 plus the…
 
In this episode of Wonder Woman: Princess of the Amazons Andrew and Danny take a look at DC Rebirth # 1, Wonder Woman Rebirth Special # 1 and Wonder Woman Rebirth # 1 along with some news and a whole lot more. Make sure to listen to the end of the episode for your normal Andrew and […]저자 Andrew Pinkham
 
In this Episode of Wonder Woman Princess of the Amazons Andrew is joined once again by Danny Saab from DC Comics news as they tackle Wonder Woman # 2 from the George Perez of Wonder Woman as well as some news and a whole lot more enjoy! https://ia601505.us.archive.org/0/items/wwpota-episode-3/wwpota-episode-3.mp3 Download Link…
 
WE’RE BACK!!!!!!! After a long hiatus of over 4 years which Andrew has absolutely no excuse for. He returns with a review for the long awaited Wonder Woman film. He is join by Danny Saab from Dc Comics News and the now ended Kara Zor-El Podcast. They also talk Wonder Woman News peppered with some […]…
 
JLMay 2017– The Justice maxi-series Podcast Crossover Event is over, but Frank offers a bitter little pill of an epilogue as he discusses Alex Ross’ Wonder Woman work in Kingdom Come along with synopses of Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth (2001) and Justice (2005-2007). This episode’s non-paying advertisers: Trekker Talk A fan podcast devoted to the a…
 
Finally, we’re talking about the William Messner-Loebs run on Wonder Woman, the host’s favorite series of Amazing Amazon adventures! Unfortunately, the transition out of George Pérez’s long and well regarded run isn’t the smoothest. We chart some of the bumps along the way from War of the Gods to Wonder Woman Special #1 & Wonder Woman (Vol. 2) #63.…
 
This episode we look at the first four issues and only annual from the 2006 volume of Wonder Woman, written by film co-screenwriter Allan Heinberg and drawn by Terry & Rachel Dodson. Introducing Agent Diana Prince of the Department of Metahuman Affairs and featuring every Wonger Girl, as well as a slew of other heroes in cameos. For Martin Gray's W…
 
This time we revisit the Joe Kelly/ChrisCross issues of JLA #s 83 (September, 2003) and 90 (January, 2004) covering fantasy stories involving the World’s Finest Trinity versus George Bush President Lex Luthor, as well as Diana and Bruce considering the possibility of a romantic relationship. It’s supposed to be a Martian device facilitating this, b…
 
By all indications, 2017 needs a podcast dedicated to Queen Hippolyta’s “second,” “other,” “dark” daughter who debuted on November 7, 1972 in Wonder Woman #204, so we’re “Introducing Nubia!” The soul sister of the Amazing Amazon went on to appearances in Wonder Woman #205-206, including a solo back-up story, plus cameos in Supergirl #9 and The Supe…
 
Along his way to covering DC Comics' special issue released to commemorate the Amazing Amazon's three-quarters of a century in action, Diabolu Frank lost his way and stumbled into so many outtakes from the 75 Birthdays-- The Secret Origins of Wonder Woman episode recording sessions that it became a second special its own self. R.S.V.P. Attendees Ry…
 
This episode, Frank offers a rebuttal to Brigit McCone’s “Unpopular Opinions” week article for the site B**** Flicks, which took the character of Wonder Woman to task for the “revolutionary banalities” of her “male-authored feminism,” especially within the context of the 1970s TV show. We don’t have a Magic Sphere, so if you want to communicate wit…
 
This episode we look at the brief return of writer/editor Robert Kanigher to the Wonder Woman series following a campaign by Gloria Steinem to return the Amazing Amazon to her roots. Kanigher decided what that meant was that he could recycle his own decades old scripts, so we get to simultaneously cover 1973's Wonder Woman #207-208, but also the or…
 
This episode Frank looks at the teaser and first full trailers released for the 2017 feature film starring Gal Gadot. We don't have a Magic Sphere, so if you want to communicate with us about the podcast... Tweet host Diabolu Frank directly, or commune with @rolledspine as a group. Email Diabolu If the main Diana Prince as the New Wonder Woman blog…
 
October 25, 2016 marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the release date for All-American Publications' All Star Comics #8, which featured the story "Introducing Wonder Woman" by her creators William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peter in her comics debut! In acknowledgement, your regular host Diabolu Frank covers a variety of different interpretati…
 
This episode finally, irrevocably breaks from its previous incarnation as a podcast! A seasonal/bi-annual show no more! No longer only coming out only when an issue of Wonder Woman ’77 corresponds with the episode number! This edition, we cover an entire story arc, encompassing the entire (very brief) run of Wonder Woman’s first female writer, Mind…
 
The currently but not indefinitely bi-annual Diana Prince Wonder Woman podcast returns to look at the third edition of the Wonder Woman '77 Special, as well as the February, 1978 cover-dated Wonder Woman Vol. 37 #240 by Conway & Delbo as a springboard for discussing the Amazing Amazon's long but unrecognized military career in observance of Indepen…
 
Five months later, the Diana Prince Wonder Woman podcast returns for a second installment! We'll discuss that, including plans to rev up the show's production in 2016. Diabolu Frank spends most of the episode dressing down The Cheetah, then moves on to the brief return of the 1970s Wonder Woman television series' digital-first comic book adaptation…
 
After a nearly year long hiatus, the Diana Prince as the New Wonder Woman blog is revived in podcast form! Diabolu Frank spends most of the debut episode prattling on about his lifetime experiences with the Amazing Amazon, but wraps things up reviewing the 1970s Wonder Woman television series' short-lived digital first comic book adaptation We don'…
 
In this Episode of Wonder Woman: Princess of the Amazons Andrew introduces what this new podcast is about as well as introducing himself to the listening audience. He takes a look at Wonder Woman # 1 from 1987 as well as Wonder Woman # 1 from 2006 as well as some Wonder Woman news and […]저자 Andrew Pinkham
 
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