Wonder Woman | Dan Mora
WONDER WOMAN LOOKS LIKE WONDER WOMAN: FIRST IMAGE FROM ‘BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE’
Our sister site ScreenCrush is in Hall H right now for the Warner Bros. presentation of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. What’s arguably the most anticipated element of the Zack Snyder film has nothing to do with either of titles characters. Nope, it’s Wonder Woman, whose visage was finally revealed and captured for your enjoyment in the most sophisticated cell phone camera technology available. Feast your eyes on Gal Gadot as DC Comics’ Amazon princess.
Wonder Woman for the latest Sketch Dailies challenge.
Lily on the moon - Ophélie Jones Cosplay (France) as Black Widow and
Ekidna Costumes (France) as Wonder Woman.
Photo I by: Thibault Demorat
Photos II and III by: Julien Rico photographe
Wonder Woman #35 Monster Variant by Aaron Lopresti
Superman/Wonder Woman #10 (2014)
Wonder Woman IS a feminist and a feminist icon. I am so tired of men saying they want her to just be human, be a person first. Like feminists aren’t human? Like Wonder Woman wasn’t born out of clay and her mother’s love and power, without a man’s help. Like she wasn’t raised on an island of Amazons where no man is allowed to step foot.
Like she doesn’t fight with her LIFE for women’s rights, but also all humans’ rights, which is what feminism is all about. People need to understand feminism, need to learn that it’s not a bad word, and realize that Wonder Woman is synonymous with the feminist movement.