Batman’s got kind of a sentai-esque pose going. You should do all three that way! :D
Something like this?
Take a good look, that’s a literal balancing act going on right there. These figures are designed more for capturing an artist’s design work than they are for dynamic poses.
I love this.
Wonder Woman’s father (no, not Zeus, William Moulton Marston) had two great loves at once (and her Golden Age incarnation shares a great deal of both women’s DNA, as it were). It is more than acceptable for her to follow in his footsteps.
Though I do wonder if Superman and Orion would continue to build a family in Diana’s absence, as Elizabeth Holloway Marston and Olive Byrne did after Marston’s passing.
While this is undoubtedly building toward an awkward superheroic love triangle, I can’t help but feel that, in real life, Wonder Woman would be able to have her cake and eat it too.
Wonder Woman #19 comes out on April 17, and is available on comiXology and in finer bookstores everywhere.
Here’s a Full Look at that Wonder Woman Kia!
Yesterday I showed you a sneak peek of the Wonder Woman inspired Kia car. Here’s a look full look at the car which appearing at the New York International Car Show.
And here’s the official PR verbiage on the car.
The red and blue exterior color scheme, accented with stars, was derived directly from Wonder Woman’s outfit, while the gold trim wrapped around the vehicle represents the heroine’s weapon of choice, “The Lasso of Truth.” Up front, Wonder Woman’s eagle chest-plate emblem was creatively integrated into the production grille and is flanked by blue headlight beams, which reflect her piercing blue eyes. The Sportage’s windshield features a banner portraying Wonder Woman’s tiara, and the chrome side panels on the vehicle are graphical interpretations of her invisible jet. Beneath, the 5-spoke wheel design was chosen to match the stars on the exterior of the vehicle.
Within, red upholstery and dash pieces combined with blue LED lighting were added to continue the Sportage’s exterior color scheme into the cabin. The custom seats were inspired by Wonder Woman’s signature garb and embroidered with her logo, while the cargo area of the vehicle is adorned with stars and an eagle and features a see-through panel, which displays Wonder Woman’s tiara, bracelets and glowing Lasso of Truth.
I’m excited to get mine!
This is seriously making me reconsider my anti-car stance.
Pr0n: The Wonder Woman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody starring Kimberly Kane may (perhaps ironically) have one of the most comics-accurate costumes fans have seen thus far. [AICN]
It figures that the closest thing I’ll get to an on-screen Wonder Woman is in porn.
It’ll probably be straight porn too. Ugh.