Wonder Woman // artwork by Alex Garner (2012)
The DC Comics Style Guide // artwork by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez (1982)
In 1982 DC published a guide to help professional and aspiring artists learn how to draw DC Characters properly. Jose Luis Garcia Lopez graced the pages of that book by offering the definitive renditions of these characters by the time. Most of them still hold up really well to this day (despise the New 52 and all their padding)
Probably most of you already know that Batman/Superman got delayed by almost a full year and it will be released on May 6 of 2016. I just wanted to remind the world that while we can put the topic of this movie to rest for almost two years and a half, the Dc Trinity now have some very talented and good looking faces to play them! For those living under a rock, when this film is released we’ll get Henry Cavill (center) reprising his role as Superman. Gal Gadot (left) playing for the first time in a film the amazonian warrior-princess Wonder Woman, and Ben Affleck (right) playing a new Batman. You can read here a good article from the nice fellows of Comic Book Resources explaining why the delay is a good move for this film!.
The good looking gal from The Fast & Furious franchise fame has joined the cast of Zack Snyder’s next film, here’s the official statement:
“Wonder Woman is arguably one of the most powerful female characters of all time and a fan favorite in the DC Universe. Not only is Gal an amazing actress, but she also has that magical quality that makes her perfect for the role. We look forward to audiences discovering Gal in the first feature film incarnation of this beloved character,” Snyder said.
Variety first reported that Gadot, “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” Elodie Yung and Olga Kurylenko had tested for the part that was believed to be Wonder Woman.
The Wonder Woman rumor has been kicking around for some time, and insiders believe the plan is to have not just Batman and Superman in the film but several members of the Justice League as well. It’s unclear which members, but Wonder Woman (Diana Prince) and the Flash are said to be locks to make an appearance in some fashion, whether that’s a significant role or a cameo.
Wonder Woman // artwork by Gerald Parel (2011)
Wonder Woman // artwork by Ben Simonsen (2013)