These ladies would’ve slayed in more ways than one.
Just A Few Modern Classics.
Superhero + princess = awesome. This isn’t rocket science, people!
The Avengers and Game of Thrones impressed, but fans of Fantastic Four and American Horror Story: Coven were left in the dust.
This is fantastic. The lovely photos are by Jacquelyn Phillips.
Time to find out whether you’re a Superman, a Wonder Woman, or more of an Aquaperson.
There’s a lot WANT in here, but also some DO NOT WANT. Proceed with caution.
Presented without comment. Inspired by this Comic Vine thread.
As Olympus prepares for war, Hell releases an army of spirits into the mortal world, and Wonder Woman finds an unlikely ally. Wonder Woman #31 hits shelves May 21st.
Time to find out whether you’re a badass spy like Black Widow, a genius like Kitty Pryde, or a straight-up goddess like Wonder Woman.
Cheyenne Randall’s Shopped Tattoos Tumblr turns classic celebrity photos into inked masterpieces.
Wonder Woman for president of everything.
Say hello to the coolest chicks on TV.
A loooooot of people are concerned she is too skinny for the role of the iconic warrior princess.
Fast & Furious 6 star Gal Gadot will play the Amazonian princess. The Justice League is coming together!
Mike Alcantara is an artist from Austin, Texas whose detailed cut and paste collages pay tribute to the heroes of geekdom.
Rileah Vanderbilt, the star of the short, tells us what Hollywood needs to up their Wonder Woman game.
Can one universe handle this much snark? Potential League members must be able to kick ass and cut a biting retort at a moment’s notice.
That’s what Suits is, isn’t it? Obviously Jessica Pearson is just Diana in disguise.
This shit, they’re over it.
Guys, straps. STRAPS. They’re AWESOME.
Because you never want to look stupid in front of your friends. “Two and a Half Men” fans need not apply.
K-Pop girl group SPICA has one of the best covers to the cup song EVER.
And the ones you see at the grocery store might change again in a couple decades! What!
Andrew Garfield wondered aloud why Spider-Man couldn’t be gay, but the reason could lie within the very pages that first brought the character to life.
After all, there’s more than one kind of Amazon princess. Even if it’s only in cartoons, DC appears to be trying to add more ethnic diversity to their line-up.
Artist Elizabeth Beals nails it. Available as prints.
Coming soon to a theater near you.