OH YES THEY DID: Super Villain Koch Brothers Are Secret Investors in Mega-Successful ‘Wonder Woman’ Movie

Steven Mnuchin brought in the right-wing power brokers, as well as Bill Gates, to help fund such Hollywood projects as ‘Dunkirk’ and Steven Spielberg’s upcoming ‘Ready Player One.’

Tatiana Siegel reports: Though they might be the most reviled figures among Hollywood’s liberal crowd, the Koch brothers have been a silent investor in Warner Bros.‘ slate of movies for four years.


Sources say Charles G. Koch and David H. Koch — who are worth a combined $96.2 billion and wield enormous power in political circles as major backers of right-wing politicians — took a significant stake valued at tens of millions of dollars in RatPac-Dune Entertainment. Now-Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin brought the brothers in as investors as part of a $450 million deal struck in 2013 — a move that was never disclosed because RatPac-Dune is a private company.

Though Mnuchin is no longer involved with the slate financing facility, having recently put his stake into a blind trust in order to avoid a conflict of interest, the Koch brothers continue to be stakeholders in such films as Wonder Woman, Dunkirk and Steven Spielberg’s upcoming Ready Player One.

A RatPac spokesperson didn’t respond to a request. A spokesperson for Koch Industries says, “Charles Koch, David Koch and Koch Industries do not have any involvement with this investment.”

The brothers aren’t the only unlikely billionaires who have sunk money into the Warner Bros. deal. Sources say Mnuchin also brought in Bill Gates for an amount similar to the Koch brothers’. Read the rest of this entry »

Wonder Woman’s Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix recipe 

8 servings (1 1/2 cups mix)
10 minutes
10 minutes


  1. For the hot chocolate mix:
    • 3/4 cup powdered sugar
    • 1/2 cup high-quality cocoa powder
    • 3 ounces bittersweet chocolate, coarsely chopped
    • 2 teaspoons cornstarch
    • 1/8 teaspoon fine sea salt
    • 1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise
  2. For the hot chocolate:
    • 1 cup whole milk
    • Whipped cream, marshmallows, and cocoa powder (for serving)

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Why would hey steal presents from a child?


Source: kinasin

How Do Kangas Breathe in Space?’


Wonder Woman Vol 1 #5


Wonder Woman Christmas Card, 1943


Wonder Woman #33, 1949



Image from Wonder Woman #33 (1949)


‘Wonder Woman for President’ #7, 1943


Wonder Woman #7 (1943)

Wonder Woman #34, 1949


—Wonder Woman #34 (1949) by Robert Kanigher & H.G. Peter

Journey Into Mystery #1, Atlas Comics, Artist Russ Heath, Atlas Comics, June 1952

Journey Into Mystery

Classic cover by Russ Heath from Journey Into Mystery #1, published by Atlas Comics, June 1952.

Captured by Leprechauns? Wonder Woman #14, by William Moulton Marston and HG Peter, 1945


Wonder Woman captured by leprechauns? Wonder Woman #14, by William Moulton Marston and HG Peter, 1945.

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Wonder Woman, Alias ‘Miss Santa Claus’ Sensation Comics #38, Feb 1945


Sensation Comics #38 (1945)


‘Wonder Woman’ Brochure, 1944


Wonder Woman Newspaper Comic Strip Brochure, 1944


WONDER WOMAN #12, March 1945 ‘The Conquest of Venus’


WONDER WOMAN #12 (March 1945)
“The Conquest of Venus”
Art by H.G. Peter


‘Wonder Woman vs. Robot Woman’