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Topic - Wonder Woman
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Jack Donaghy, the boss on NBC's comedy "30 Rock," had had enough of TV inefficiencies and waste.
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Heaven knows what the gods are saying about Wonder Woman's new wardrobe change — goodbye, star-spangled hot pants! — a generational twist that has comic fans searching for meaning, and DC Comics searching for higher sales
"We're really hoping to grow our fan base, and really re-establish her as one of the premier superheroes in comics," he said.
"We're really glad people have spoken out," he said.