Chapter 7: Wonder Woman Was Black

Questionable parenting decisions notwithstanding

Ron Dawson
Mar 27, 2020 · 9 min read
Linda Carter as Wonder Woman.
Linda Carter as Wonder Woman.
Linda Carter as Wonder Woman. © ABC Television
Childhood photos of Ron and family.
Childhood photos of Ron and family.
From left to right: my father; my brother and I asleep on the plane on one of our yearly trips to visit our aforementioned father; my mom, brother, and I prior to her and my dad’s separation.
Ron’s mom.
Ron’s mom.
I’m currently working with a bad-ass animator for some original artwork for the book. His name is Ed Bell and he’s the real deal. Check him out!

The Best Darn Babysitter in Town

Half-naked white women, great white sharks, and other questionable parental choices

Linda Carter as Wonder Woman
Linda Carter as Wonder Woman
Linda Carter as Wonder Woman. © ABC Television
Eating at the IHOP
Eating at the IHOP
The International House of Pancakes, before they got lazy and just started calling it IHOP. The owners of Kentucky Fried Chicken got lazy too, apparently. It’s just KFC (I heard an urban legend that they had to change the name to KFC because the gov’t found out it really wasn’t “chicken”).
Image from “Jaws” © Universal Pictures
Amityville Horror
Amityville Horror
“Amityville Horror” © American International Pictures

Dungeons ’n’ Durags

One black nerd’s epic quest of self-discovery, racial…

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Content marketer @ bladeronner.media. Satirical author @ DnDBook.com. Opinions my own & (mostly) correct. Get free insights & inspiration @ bit.ly/substack-ron

Dungeons ’n’ Durags

One black nerd’s epic quest of self-discovery, racial identity, and crisis of faith in Trump’s America.

Ron Dawson

Written by

Content marketer @ bladeronner.media. Satirical author @ DnDBook.com. Opinions my own & (mostly) correct. Get free insights & inspiration @ bit.ly/substack-ron

Dungeons ’n’ Durags

One black nerd’s epic quest of self-discovery, racial identity, and crisis of faith in Trump’s America.

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