Archive for the ‘Wonder Woman’ Category

Wonder Woman’s got a lot on her mind, so I can see how she might forget her lasso of truth, or forgot where she parked her invisible jet…but the costume?  That’s a bit of a stretch, don’t you think?  I’m not sure who the artist is, but he/she did a fine job at making us laugh. Thanks!

This Had To Have Been On A Monday

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DC Comic’s “trinity” has always been an interesting concept; Superman is the positive thinker who believes in the natural good within people, Batman is the negative force that is convinced everyone is evil by nature, and the two are always at odds.  Wonder Woman acts as that buffer between the two, holding equally to both ideals that Supes and Bats does.

Artist Dave Despau has created three “bust” renditions of the three said heroes, giving only a splash of color to represent a little of their own specific personalities.  Despau is somewhat unfamiliar to me, but I have seen a few pieces of art in his repertoire, and these three additions of his are my favorites.

Wonder Woman In An All American Light

Superman Splashing Out His Big "S"

Batman Never Looks At His Fans, Ugh!

I’ve always wanted Wondy to personally say something to me…This is as close as I’ll ever get I’m afraid.  Oh well, Happy new year everyone!

Today is Wonder Woman Day, or as it is now called , Women of Wonder Day!  If you’re in the Portland area, go to Excalibur Comics and support this yearly event that is helping raise money and spreading the word about domestic violence.  More information can be found at Women of Wonder Day.

Wonder Woman Day – Portland
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Noon – 6PM
FREE!!!
Excalibur Comics, 2444 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland OR
A part of national Domestic Violence Awareness Month
ALL AGES benefit for Domestic Violence programs at Bradley Angle 

Nothing special today….except for this AWESOME war-like Wonder Woman drawing!  I was lucky enough to find this over at Kris Anka’s blogspot.  He does some really great work!

By Kris Anka - Click to enlarge

Ok, to start off, It’s Wednesday, and my favorite program will be on tonight, 7:00 sharp!  If you you have time, go to Where Monsters Dwell and enjoy the geekdom and nerdiness!  And secondly, it’s new comic day!  And while I have a few comics that will come to me in the mail, I have three titles to pick up at my local comic shop…Catwoman #2, Green Lantern Corps#2, and the over delayed second issue of Justice League.  It’s a good day for new comics.

In the meantime, enjoy a few photos from classic Wonder Woman and her days of bondage.  Any of you want to take a guess at what the heck was going through William Moulton Marston’s head?

Er....um....uh....what?!?!?

That's right guys, don't throw off a woman's vanity...it will screw up their entire day...LOL

Tie 'em up Wondy! Bondage it is!!!

Just like most Wednesdays, trying to create a new topic for today’s Wonder Woman Wednesday was tough.  We can talk about how strong she is, how incredible of a role model she is for young women, and how she mirrors both the good and bad traits of Superman and Batman, but it’s all been said before.

Wonder Woman’s sexuality is something I try to stay away from because, while she’s still the hottest superhero in comic book history, she’s much more than that too.

Cracked.com, however, has taken a different approach to the Woman of Wonder with an article about how she sucks and was victim of men not really knowing how to give her powers deserving of her personality.  While I don’t agree with most of the article, nor can I figure out if the writer is being serious or humorous, it’s entertaining to read none the less.  So please click on the link in this paragraph and enjoy!

Oh, and enjoy these photos i found on the internet…

Painting By Moritat

Painting By Dennis Budd

Pulling a jet...I LOVE this sketch!