...not buying that? Suit yourself. The series had a spotty screening history in the UK, I'm not sure more than one series was ever shown, but I've seen a fair few episodes courtesy of the Purple DVD Machine. And I've always enjoyed the light-hearted dramatics led by the superb Lynda Carter and stolid Lyle Waggoner. We won't see their like again.
Not on TV, anyway - but DC Digital has brought back IADC agents Diana Prince and Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman '77, an extension of the Batman '66 idea that's no less great for being obvious.
Did I say great? Make that groovy, because that's what our heroes' investigation into Russia's kidnappings of defector scientists is. The trail laid down by writer Marc (not Mark, title page designer!) Andreyko takes them to the hottest nitespot in Seventies New York, Studio '52 - and don't they look hawt?
That's penciller Drew Johnson perfectly capturing the wholesome sex appeal of his leads. But they don't just look fine dressed for disco, Prince and Trevor look equally good in their regular workwear, and as for Johnson's Wonder Woman - wow! He captures the Lynda vibe well, the combination of grace and charm that imprinted on a generation of fans.
And there's even a super-villain, making her TV continuity debut - well, she wasn't invented for the comic until well after the telly show went off the air. Yes, it's ... well, see for yourself on that last page. Safe to say, her schtick suits the Studio 54 setting down to the ground.
There are two more parts to this weekly opening story, Disco Inferno, and I recommend it hugely. From the Nicola Scott/Annette Kwok cover to Andreyko's last-page surprise, via Johnson's panel border bonus images, it's a superb value time travel trip for the Diana Princely sum of just 99 cents. Wonderful.