When I think of Wonder Woman, the first image that pops in my head is the voluptuous Lynda Carter spinning into the fantastic star spangled go-go superhero. If you think about it, there really wasn't many other real-life comic heroes in the 70s, and far less heroines. That, my friends, is why you should purchase this shirt, and wear it proudly!
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If you like classic Hollywood icons as much as you like Star Wars, then this might be the t-shirt or phone case that you're looking for. If you're as big a fan of pop art as I am, then this is definitely the t-shirt/phone case you've been looking for. If you like spending money, feel free to buy this!
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Remember Lynda Carter? She's held the Wonder Woman torch since the mid-seventies, and may finally be handing it over soon. But for the time being, you can rock this Roy Lichtenstein-inspired ben-day dot print on your shirt or cell phone.
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Imagine if Elvis were to act the part of Han Solo in one of his typical early 60s movies. Of course he'd be the main character. in Addition to being an expert pilot and an perfect marksman, he'd also be a ridiculously awesome mechanic, pod-racer, and humanitarian. I'll bet he'd even shame Luke if given the chance to wield a lightsaber. At the end of the movie, he'd pick up an acoustic guitar and bust out a hip-shaking song about the Millennium Falcon while all the hottest girls on Tattooine swooned over him. Yeah, it'd still be cool.
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