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Not Everything You See At New York Comic-Con Is So ... Super

You’d be hard-pressed to find a Comic-Con fan who doesn’t appreciate a well-crafted costume. But, truth be told, these costumes are usually exciting hero outfits. They come with capes and boots and huge swords and sweet masks. That’s why one part of this Wonder Woman display in the DC area seemed a bit... forced. Whoa, it’s Linda Carter’s costume from the original ‘70s “Wonder Woma
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