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Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary Celebrations Launch With New Collaborations, DC Releases

The Amazonian heroine will be celebrated throughout the year in everything from activewear lines, to new DC video game releases

Gal Gadot in 'Wonder Woman 1984.'

Gal Gadot in 'Wonder Woman 1984.'

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Wonder Woman celebrates its 80th anniversary this year, and as part of the festivities, DC Comics has unveiled a string of collaborations and special releases to honor the super-heroine.

The launch of the global celebration was timed to coincide with International Women’s Day, with new campaigns and collaborations honoring the 80-year legacy of DC’s “Champion of Truth and Warrior for Peace.” Encouraging fans around the world to “Believe in Wonder,” the message of hope and empowerment will be felt through all-new original content, global fashion collections, DC releases, and other surprises, rolling out in the next few months.

Among the collaborations: world-renowned designers Camilla, Azede Jean-Pierre, and international tennis champion and entrepreneur Venus Williams, worked with Warner Bros. Consumer Products on Wonder Woman-inspired fashion collections. Williams’ “I Am Wonder Woman” EleVen collection features activewear pieces such as the “So Strong” leggings and sleek athleisure items like hoodies, joggers, and a “Believe In Wonder” bomber jacket.

EleVen Believe in Wonder Wonder Woman Bomber Jacket

EleVen by Venus Williams

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“To me, Wonder Woman symbolizes strength, compassion, justice, boldness and so much more,” Williams tells Rolling Stone. “Those qualities are timeless, so we wanted to design a collection that celebrates the power of every woman and champions their inner superhero. This collection is for all the women out there who dare to dream, dare to lead and dare to change the world. I am inspired by all of you.”

The Wonder Woman capsule is currently available on the EleVen site, as well as some exclusive pieces at Saks. Also available is the luxurious, limited-edition collection from Australian designer Camilla, who will donate $5 from every sale to one of three charities—The Hunger Project, Women’s Community Shelters, and the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Warner Bros., meantime, will finally make Wonder Woman 1984 available for purchase, with a digital version available to download beginning on March 16th. The Patty Jenkins-directed blockbuster is currently only available as a rental on Amazon. A DVD and Blu-Ray release for Wonder Woman 1984 is scheduled for March 30th.

Looking for an animated feature with the Warrior of Peace? Justice Society: World War II (2021) will be available to stream on April 27th, and on 4K and Blu-ray on May 11th.

Wonder Woman 1984

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If you can’t wait to watch more of the high-powered adventures of the classic Amazonian fighter, Wonder Woman (2017) starring Gal Gadot and every episode of the Wonder Woman TV series starring Lynda Carter is available now on HBO Max. Not sure which Wonder Woman storyline to start with? Check out our guide to all the DC Universe shows and films currently streaming on the platform.

Warner Bros. Games will also recognize the anniversary all year long with special promotions for games like Injustice 2, DC Universe Online, and DC Legends. Additionally, Nintendo will join the celebration with the release of DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power on June 4th, a brand-new title for the Nintendo Switch starring Wonder Woman alongside Batgirl and Supergirl as they try to protect Metropolis from a fearsome group of foes.

Expect more collaborations and announcements to be revealed throughout the year, leading up to Wonder Woman Day in October, which commemorates the date the heroine first appeared in All Star Comics #8 in 1941.

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