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Barbie as Wonder Woman Doll

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  • Barbie as Wonder Woman Doll Mattel Collector Edition
  • Includes: doll, bodysuit with attached lasso, cape, tights, fabric boots, headband, 2 bracelet cuffs, earrings, doll stand, Certificate of Authenticity
  • For the adult collector, age 14 and over
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 4 x 14 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Imported (Indonesia)
  • ASIN: B00004YTP5
  • Item model number: 24638
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,869 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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This collector edition Wonder Woman Barbie has no time for Skipper, Ken, or the rest of the doll world. She's enormously busy fighting for peace, freedom, and truth in toyland. Yet, it's clear that style cannot go ignored. Sleekly attired in a blue silk cape over a red, gold, and blue tank suit, this superhuman doll heroine also sports a pair of very hip knee-high red satin boots. The costume is exactly like the one worn by actress Lynda Carter in the '70s series, Wonder Woman. Her luxurious black hair is held back with a shiny gold crown and wide steel armbands--useful for deflecting bullets--complete the girl-warrior look. Created in 1941 by William Moulton Marston for All-Star Comics, Wonder Woman is an ageless symbol of feminine power. May she, and Barbie, rule forever. Comes with plastic display stand. --Marianne Painter

Product Description

This collector edition Wonder Woman Barbie has no time for Skipper, Ken, or the rest of the doll world. She's enormously busy fighting for peace, freedom, and truth in toyland. Yet, it's clear that style cannot go ignored. Sleekly attired in a blue silk cape over a red, gold, and blue tank suit, this superhuman doll heroine also sports a pair of very hip knee-high red satin boots. The costume is exactly like the one worn by actress Lynda Carter in the '70s series, Wonder Woman. Her luxurious black hair is held back with a shiny gold crown and wide steel armbands--useful for deflecting bullets--complete the girl-warrior look. Created in 1941 by William Moulton Marston for All-Star Comics, Wonder Woman is an ageless symbol of feminine power. May she, and Barbie, rule forever. Comes with plastic display stand. --Marianne Painter

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Customer Reviews

Good show Mattel!
Brad Dent
This is a really fantastic doll, and possibly even the finest Wonder Woman figure ever made.
Zack Davisson
Great looking costume, doll, & nice packaging.
Skipper Zipper

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Zack Davisson HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 2, 2001
This is a really fantastic doll, and possibly even the finest Wonder Woman figure ever made. It even surpasses the excellent 1960's Superqueen figure.
The figure is the usual quality of a collector level Barbie. She is wearing the modern Wonder Woman costume (not the Lynda Carter version), shown by the "WW" figure on her chest instead of the eagle emblem. The yellow areas of the costume have been replaced with gold, which looks great. The cape (a holdover from Lynda Carter publicity photos) adds a really nice touch and some much needed cover to Wonder Woman's costume. Like most Barbies, she is not very posable, and requires a stand to be upright.
What I really like is what she doesn't have. She doesn't have a broken back, with an enormous chest thrust forward. She doesn't have a square jaw and shoulders. She doesn't wear a thong. (If you think this sounds weird, you should take a look at most modern female action figures, including Wonder Woman.)
I think what makes her so great is that she is a female action figure designed with girls in mind. What a rare treat.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Yarbrough on December 2, 2000
The whole appearance of Wonder Woman is very regal and majestic - very worthy of her Princess of Themysicra title. The outfit is well sewn together with the gold "W" emblem glued on the chest. The belt is loose, but held in place with a snap in the back. The golden lasso is sewn to the shorts while the other end is attached to the bracelet. The tiara and the silver bracelets are shiny and just adds so much to the whole demeanor. Wonder Woman is also true to the CBS television series as Lynda Carter wore tights with her uniform. The boots are made of cloth. The cape has two layers sewn together - the underside completely blue while the outer layer has the "stars and stripe" along the outer edge. I think the cape single handedly gives Wonder Woman a royal look than if she was just wearing the costume alone.
A word to the wise - take care when you remove the doll from the box. Wonder Woman's uniform is held up by an invisible strap as well as the cape being straped to her bracelets. You may accidentally tear the straps because you won't realize that the strings are looped through the straps in order to keep the doll firmly in place inside the box. It would explain why the Toys R Us photo has the outfit looking like it's about to fall off when I suspect the straps are broken in the photo.
Wonder Woman was a symbol of women's rights back in the 40's with her "You Can!" attitude. She has gone on to be a role model for women and men alike as she is truly the greatest superheroine ever - a title she's held for the past 60 years. I wanted a Wonder Woman doll ever since I was a little girl - believe me, she is well worth the wait!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lisa G. Recklies on February 13, 2002
My husband buys me Barbies for special occasions and he bought me this one as a surprise for Christmas. I loved her. She immediately took me back to some wonderful memories of my childhood.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "super_woman_ka" on June 8, 2002
I am a Wonder Woman fan, so of course when I saw this doll, I knew I just had to have it! She turned out to be great! There was only one minor problem with her, but I'll get to that in a minute. She looks great in her costume! Instead of the eagle on some original costumes (in the comics) of Wonder Woman, she has a "W" on her red top, which is connected to the blue with stars bottom, (so I guess it's more like a leotard type of thing.), which I think looks excactly like the real costume. She also has the gold belt, gold rope, (which she is holding), her ed boots with the white stripe, her gols headband, her blue cape with a red with stars and white bordered trim, and some very lightly tinted white tights. The only problem was her hair. I have had my Wonder Woman doll since Christmas 2001, and her hair is still kind of "flat", curly, but flat from how she was placed in her box. It has started to fall out a bit, and I'm pretty sure it will in a few more months. Believe me, this doll is definatly worth the money, because you will enjoy her so much in your collection!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "slickpower" on April 11, 2002
I loved the doll so much, and I have always been a fan of wonder woman that I had to purchase the doll through e-bay. I didn't care how much it cost me, I just wanted it so bad. I've loved wonder woman since I was 5 years old.
wonder Woman has been my idol. The doll is so beautiful and colorful just like the orginal Linda Carter. She's filled with light and brightness, that you just need to touch her everytime you pass her. I recommend this doll to any collector out their. Is a greater start to the wonderful world of wonder woman....
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brad Dent on December 9, 2000
The computer pictures fail to do this Barbie justice. I was extremely pleased when I received the first doll. I am ordering a second, as my three year old daughter will certain love the first one until it's quite worn. I can't help believe this doll with be a major collector's item as it hasn't received a lot of press from Mattel, is wonderfully done, and Wonder Woman's 60th anniversary is next year. Those of us who are Wonder Woman zealots must have this doll. It certainly is a much better image for young girls than any of the attempts Mattel has made to move Barbie from bimbo status to something more reflective of intelligent, independent women. The toy is well-boxed and largely accurate in its portrayal of Diana. Good show Mattel!
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