wonder woman

Super Polygon Pin Up Art


Artist Dorez Romain has combined pin up girls, comic book ladies and polygons in a gorgeous and striking collection called Super Pinup Polygones.

Personally, I really like the Black Canary and Wonder Woman.

Check out more images after the break.

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These Wonder Woman shorts are part of a series airing on Cartoon Network on Saturday mornings. They’re broadcast during the DC Nation programming block and they’re a different spin on a familiar character. I especially love her Wonder Woman-style muscle car.

See all three shorts after the break…

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Fans of Wonder Woman who are sick of waiting to see if she ever gets a movie should check out this fan film by Leo Kei Angelos. You’ll get to see the everyday persona of the heroine and then watch her kick some bad guy butt. Okay, Hollywood, what are you waiting for?

See the video after the break…

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The latest vehicle from Kia to join the campaign for We Can Be Heroes features the one and only Wonder Woman. We’ve seen the Superman and Justice League models so far, and I’m glad to see a female superhero join the ranks. The Sportage model was build for charity and has plenty of amazing touches.

From Motor Trend:

…the Wonder Woman Sportage adds an aero kit, and is finished in a red and blue paint scheme accented with silver stars, much like the heroine’s outfit. The gold trim on parts of the CUV represent Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth, while the Tiger Nose grille wears the Wonder Woman’s eagle chest-plate emblem. Blue headlight beams mirror her blue eyes, and the windshield is topped off with a tiara sticker. Chrome side panels represent her invisible jet, and the five-spoke wheels match the stars stamped on the side of the Sportage.

Open up the doors, and red upholstery is highlighted with blue LED accent lighting. The custom seats are embroidered with her logo, and the rear cargo area is decorated with stars and an eagle, along with a see-through panel that displays Wonder Woman’s bracelets, tiara, and her golden lasso.

The superhero car line up was built in support of We Can Be Heroes, a charity which helps families dealing with famine and drought in Africa.

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Maybe if we all click our heels three times and wish really hard, we can turn this fan-made trailer into a real movie. It’s directed by stuntman Jesse V. Johnson and features Nina Bergman as Wonder Woman who kicks some evil Nazi butt. This isn’t shiny and pretty, but gritty and real and it would be incredible to see this as an actual movie.

See the trailer after the break…

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DC April 1

WTF does WTF Certified mean? I wish I knew. All I’ve got is that it’s part of yet another gimmick from DC Comics to get readers to pick up comics. Hey, at least it’s not called a crossover event or a reboot.

Each New 52 issue released in April will be stamped with the above “WTF Certified” logo. DC is promising the comics will each have a “What the… ?!” moment that will leave readers shocked. Batman, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Catwoman, Superman – all of them have something unexpected coming at them.

I’m sorry, is that supposed to make me want to pick up more DC brand comics than the ones I already buy? It’s not working.

To tease fans, DC has shared partial covers for all the issues. They’re not releasing any details, but they did provide this list of clues to Buzzfeed:

• Booster Gold reappears while an entire team disappears
• One team is trapped in a bottle while another is changed completely
• Some heroes change their colors and other change allegiances
• Pandora battles to the death
• A close encounter of The Dark Knight kind
• There’s a new, old Creeper and some old New Gods.
• One hero quits, and another hero dies

Hmm. Well, at least they’re successful in getting the media talking about the release. Let’s see if it translates to increased sales.

See a sampling of the covers after the break.

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Don’t ask me how skeletons and skulls make things cuter, but they do. Skelanimals are freaking adorable, and they only gain precious points when they’re mashed with DC Comics characters like Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman. I swear plushies weren’t this cool when I was little.

You can pre-order the duo now, and they’ll arrive in March.

Check out the Wonder Woman skelanimal after the break.

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We only ever see them when they’re saving the day and fighting the bad guys, but superheroes have to do normal everyday stuff, too. Here’s the proof as artist Greg Guillemin gives us Batman brushing his teeth, Spider-Man devouring a burger and Wonder Woman stuffing her bra. They’re all available as prints so you can decorate your living room with the everyday lives of your favorite heros.

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Whenever you can add your favorite superheroes and class to your living space, you should take advantage of it. Etsy seller Marcus has a gorgeous set of 11″ x 17″ Justice League posters available, and they will make any room look cooler. The set includes silhouettes of Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, and Flash. Frames are not included, but you can usually purchase ones that size at a hobby or department store without breaking the bank.

If these heroes aren’t your style, check out the rest of his Etsy shop for Marvel and Star Wars posters!

See the prints individually after the break.

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This fantastic invisible Wonder Woman mech warrior is the work of Angus MacLane who designed it for the FBTB Mech Madness 2012 Secret Crisis Contest. It is constructed entirely from transparent pieces with no special modifications and includes a golden lasso of truth. Another standout of the competition is a Juggernaut mech warrior that was submitted by Zane Huston. It even has lighted thrusters that activate at the push of a button. Check it out after the break along with an additional Wonder Woman pic.

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