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Wonder Woman art poster

Updated on November 23, 2014

Wonder Woman Poster


Wonder Woman was and always been one of my favorite characters in comics. The sense of a female equivalent of Thor in DC comics. Also in later comics and TV had a three way love interest between her The Bat and Superman.

While the show was lame, every teenage boy watched it because Linda Carter was hot. And yes times have changed and I don't think she was physically what I imagined as WW; she did a great job as WW.
While the show was lame, every teenage boy watched it because Linda Carter was hot. And yes times have changed and I don't think she was physically what I imagined as WW; she did a great job as WW. | Source
I hate the choice of actress for the new WW, but I also have issues with just about everything Warner/DC is trying to do with their superhero line ups. In this picture she does look more like how WW should look, I think this line up will fail.
I hate the choice of actress for the new WW, but I also have issues with just about everything Warner/DC is trying to do with their superhero line ups. In this picture she does look more like how WW should look, I think this line up will fail. | Source

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      Gadfly 

      9 months ago from Olde London Towne

      The promotional poster for the latest on the W.W. saga, a movie titled 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is sensational (alternate title Ever Wonder?)

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      Gadfly 

      3 years ago from Olde London Towne

      Greetings my little Darklings

      At a current superhero/heroine event here in Ole London towne the organisers have selected only two to represent all in the publicity blurb. Two gigantic size posters of 1. Batman in full costumery reminiscent of the Batman Forever movie and 2. Wonder Woman. The illustrator in the case of W.W. has only done a facial portrait of her which is far from the original W.W. genre. Here she still has that crowning glory of luxuriant hair flowing about creating panache. The tiara is now of chrome with it's embosed star a hologram. Her eyes are a pale turquoise colour but very penetrating as if to beguile or intimidate. She is wearing ruby red studs in her ear lobes and is bare shouldered to the extremity. Facial features seem to combine the appearance of every actress having portrayed Wonder Woman.

      sweet dreams

      the gadfly

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      Tony Bourne 

      3 years ago from New Jersey

      Thank you for the feedback.

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      Gadfly 

      3 years ago from Olde London Towne

      Greetings my little Darklings!

      What a masterpiece, only in the sense that Wonder Woman in this illustration shows what appears to be her greatest challenge yet. I am trying to visualise the poster in colour which would give W.W. a gorgeous skin tone and full pouting lips not forgetting manicured finger nails. With all due respect i think the bracelets have been exadurated unless of course W.W. is in to B&D.Wonder Woman triumphs again. Those pecs make me feel self concious though.

      the gadfly

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