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"I started out Wonderella to make an off-the-clock superhero who was an average woman instead of some 24/7 warrior... though somewhere along the line, 'average woman' became a cross between Elaine Benes and Zelda Fitzgerald."
Justin Pierce
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The Non-Adventures of Wonderella is a parody of the DC Comics character Wonder Woman, and many superhero tropes in general. It focuses mainly on the mundane parts of the life of Wonderella, a somewhat air-headed and lazy Valley Girl-ish superheroine who demonstrates little interest in being a hero... or, in fact, doing anything much outside of partying, getting completely wasted, violence, and shopping. She is super-strong, super-durable, and she can't fly but she can "totally jump hella high", and when tied up she can hork up a giant octopus, tell plants to die, or curl up in a perfect ball when traumatized. Also has a rarely used invisible blimp.

Better Than It Sounds, honest!

It was formerly hosted on Webcomics Nation; it now has its own website at nonadventures dot com.

Tropes used in The Non-Adventures of Wonderella include:


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  Like all good comic book scientists, Dr. Shark is willing to ignore massive swaths of his inexplicable universe.

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 "Just seems like there are risks in altering the past, ya know?"

"Risks like everything going exactly perfectly, maybe."

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 Wonderella: "...that's like the worst comeback ever uttered by the human mouth."

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 "Don't you hate when lazy sitcoms reuse old material in clip shows?"

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 Wonderella: "Apparently a lot of 'em are dead now."

Crowd: *GASP!*

Wonderella: Superhero dead, guys.

Crowd: "Ohhhhh."

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  "Generally speaking, most online comics get by with no editorial management, but in this case I made a couple of Greek jokes regarding Pompeii, a Roman city nowhere near Greece. I will leave the comic unchanged for the weekend as a shameful reminder to do better fact-checking, then replace it on Monday with a version that addresses my Carmen Sandiego dilemma."

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 "Like all good comic book scientists, Doctor Shark is willing to ignore massive swaths of his own inexplicable universe."

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 "What does M.A.L.I.C.E. stand for?"

"It stands for evil, darling."

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 "You just pulled yourself a boner so big, you're all wet!"

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  Wonderella (to Hitlerella): You know who else did monologues all day? Hamlet.

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 Due to overwhelming reader response, I have added breasts to the space dinosaur cowboy.

This was not a statement I was expecting to make today (or ever), but your logic is irrefutable and I am not above admitting my own mistakes.

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  *POP* "Aw bitches!"

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 Look, I just have this naming convention. If you wanna be my villain, you might as well have a name that rhymes.

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