DC Comics FDF35 Battle-Ready Wonder Woman 12-Inch Doll (Also Diana Prince Hidden Sword Doll), £7.25 (Prime) £11.24 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon - Temporarily Out Of Stock
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DC Comics FDF35 Battle-Ready Wonder Woman 12-Inch Doll (Also Diana Prince Hidden Sword Doll), £7.25 (Prime) £11.24 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon - Temporarily Out Of Stock

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Found 18th AprEdited by:"louiselouise"
Also on sale at The Entertainer for the same price (on the Amazon listing with P&P on top) or their website to reserve in store, if you have one near you thetoyshop.com/dol…f35

The Amazon listing says:
"Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your credit card will not be charged until we ship the item."

Reviews of the Battle-Ready WW: amazon.co.uk/DC-…mat
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I collect superhero dolls (usually female) and have many WWs Really like this one, and she has nice detailing for the modest price. Great reviews too.

Edit: Just realised DC Comics FDF36 Diana Prince and Hidden Sword Doll is also £7.25 from Amazon amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1

Also on The Entertainer for the same price: thetoyshop.com/dol…f36

Reviews of the Diana Prince And Hidden Sword Doll: amazon.co.uk/DC-…mat2927789.jpg

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Note this is a 12-inch doll.

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Obviously you're a very dodgy character Louise lol
phillyboy30 m ago

Obviously you're a very dodgy character Louise lol



Not sure what that's supposed to mean, but - I never had a WW doll as a kid, so I buy them now (probably more about availability decades ago - though a mate of mine had the 1970s Mego doll and all I had was a WW Corgi car from Woolworths).

A long time ago, I had to go from newsagent to newsagent to get the comics I wanted with my pocket money, in the UK we got them three months behind the US in the early 1980s - there would even be times when the newsagents would have none.

I also harboured grand ambitions to be an artist for DC or Marvel, didn't come to pass, though (I was always creating my own comics as a child)

Edit: It's weird how people kept their comics obsession quiet in the 1970s/80s and nowadays people are proud of their collections, it's even a badge of honour for some! I got a hard time of it at school for reading American Comics.

It's harking back to my childhood, it makes me happy, and it's a shame when people put adult interpretations onto childhood memories. Which is why I don't like "sexualised" depictions of WW - because I was a kid when I read the comics and got a lot of inspiration from them - it seems disrespectful to the younger and/or female followers. Artists/writers don't feel the need to make Superman et al similarly "sexy".

It could be perceived as a cheap shot appealing more to the male readership, and WW is supposed to symbolise female strength, nobility and wisdom.

I'm not ashamed to admit that I was nearly in tears seeing the new WW movie, as I'd waited decades for one and it was a respectful portrayal of her character and backstory (many mooted projects kept getting derailed over the years - I'd all but given up).

Edit: If you mean about my posts being moderated - it seems to be Amazon Deals (with me) that are being flagged, dunno what's up with that. But I've just given you my life story in the process
Edited by: "louiselouise" 18th Apr
She's got a lot of hair.
Just realised DC Comics FDF36 Diana Prince and Hidden Sword Doll is also £7.25 from Amazon (gah, tempted!) amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1

This doll is available to buy right away.
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 18th Apr
No oversized glasses on Diana Prince?? How is she going to hide her identity!
If it's not Linda, it's not WW
RoosterNo15 h, 8 m ago

If it's not Linda, it's not WW



Here's a story about Lynda today (sorry about the Daily Hate link) dailymail.co.uk/tvs…htm

She carries on her WW legacy with pride and I loved that she played Wonder Woman with a twinkle in her eye

A lot of fans weren't keen on Gal Gadot but I was happy to give her a chance and she absolutely stormed the role in the movie (didn't watch Batman V Superman after its stinking reviews - still haven't seen Justice League). DC movies are generally pretty bad

Edit: There's a newer story uploaded not long ago: Lynda Carter, 66, reveals she is in talks to star opposite Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman 2

Not sure why the Daily Fail have to put Lynda's age in the headline (bad manners to mention a lady's age, and most people have a good idea, anyway, but what do you expect? Sigh).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Apr
louiselouise20 h, 1 m ago

Not sure what that's supposed to mean, but - I never had a WW doll as a …Not sure what that's supposed to mean, but - I never had a WW doll as a kid, so I buy them now (probably more about availability decades ago - though a mate of mine had the 1970s Mego doll and all I had was a WW Corgi car from Woolworths).A long time ago, I had to go from newsagent to newsagent to get the comics I wanted with my pocket money, in the UK we got them three months behind the US in the early 1980s - there would even be times when the newsagents would have none.I also harboured grand ambitions to be an artist for DC or Marvel, didn't come to pass, though (I was always creating my own comics as a child) Edit: It's weird how people kept their comics obsession quiet in the 1970s/80s and nowadays people are proud of their collections, it's even a badge of honour for some! I got a hard time of it at school for reading American Comics.It's harking back to my childhood, it makes me happy, and it's a shame when people put adult interpretations onto childhood memories. Which is why I don't like "sexualised" depictions of WW - because I was a kid when I read the comics and got a lot of inspiration from them - it seems disrespectful to the younger and/or female followers. Artists/writers don't feel the need to make Superman et al similarly "sexy". It could be perceived as a cheap shot appealing more to the male readership, and WW is supposed to symbolise female strength, nobility and wisdom.I'm not ashamed to admit that I was nearly in tears seeing the new WW movie, as I'd waited decades for one and it was a respectful portrayal of her character and backstory (many mooted projects kept getting derailed over the years - I'd all but given up).Edit: If you mean about my posts being moderated - it seems to be Amazon Deals (with me) that are being flagged, dunno what's up with that. But I've just given you my life story in the process


Yes it was regarding all your posts being moderated lol. Just a little joke . . . .
phillyboy5 m ago

Yes it was regarding all your posts being moderated lol. Just a little …Yes it was regarding all your posts being moderated lol. Just a little joke . . . .



Sorry, I'm so used to sarcasm on here...no harm done
louiselouise36 m ago

Sorry, I'm so used to sarcasm on here...no harm done


No problem, your life story was a great read by the way!!
phillyboy15 m ago

No problem, your life story was a great read by the way!!



I'm not quite that old, but I remember a comics writer (can't remember who, Neil Gaiman?) said that as a UK kid in 1960s he found it even harder to purchase DC/Marvel comics here - as they were "junk" used as "ballast for ships". Not sure how they made it into the UK newsagent supply chain back then!!

A good friend of mine has Daredevil No1 as her dad was in the Army, worked all over the world, and brought comics back from the US or from American friends.
Got the Diana Prince Hidden Sword Doll today - great - but Amazon, you are known for your excessive packaging - why post it out to me in a plastic packet with zero protection?! Mercifully the box wasn't beat up or anything.
Battle-Ready Wonder Woman is still Temporarily Out Of Stock with Amazon but £14.23 this morning. Diana Prince Hidden Sword Doll is still available to buy at £7.25.
Got the Diana Prince Hidden Sword Doll within a few days of posting this Deal - I see Battle Ready WW is back at the £7.25 (Prime) price with Amazon, but still Temporarily Out Of Stock. Think I'll chase this up, as it's been nearly four weeks now.
Patience is a virtue with this one, don't think I've waited so long on a "Temporarily Out Of Stock" item before!

Got this email this morning:

Greetings from Amazon.co.uk
We understand your concern regarding the item "DC Comics FDF35 Battle-Ready Wonder Woman Doll
As promised, we have contacted our buying team and we have received and update from buying team.
We have checked and see that the item will be listed in stock with the surety date of Wednesday 13 June, 2018.
However this is just an estimated month fame however it will be listed soon.
We'll send you an e-mail when your order dispatches.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 7th Jun
The wait continues, but here's a more definite date.

Please be advised that we have a revised delivery date for the items you ordered on April 18 2018 (Order XXXXXXXXXX).

"DC Comics FDF35 Battle-Ready Wonder Woman Doll"
Estimated arrival date:
June 29 2018 - June 30 2018
Edited by: "louiselouise" 16th Jun
Amazon has the Battle Ready Wonder Woman Doll down to £7.25 again, at least you can order knowing that it's coming in stock very soon And I'm looking forward to Wonder Woman 2!!! Woohoo!

Diana Prince Hidden Sword Doll is £7.25 as well but "Exclusively for Prime Members".
At last! Wondy has just been dispatched! (I ordered when I posted this Deal about two months ago!!)
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