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Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture was bubbling with geeky energy this weekend. On Saturday, the museum hosted an all-out party to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame (SFFHOF) and mark the opening of a special SFFHOF exhibit.

But it was Filthy FemCorps that stole the spotlight. This all-female marching band brought their full geek for a Wonder Woman-inspired performance, capes and all. Watch some of their performance and hear from the founders of the band in the video above.

Wonder Woman was one of the seven creations inducted to the SFFHOF this year, along with 2001: A Space Oddysey, the X-Files and The Princess Bride. There were also seven new creators inducted, including Spock actor Leonard Nimoy, dystopian author George Orwell, and speculative fiction author Margaret Atwood.

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