One of the challenges of presenting Wonder Woman in comics is that because there are so few comics and projects outside comics that focus on her and because of her status as icon and character, it’s difficult for some fans to reconcile the current interperation with what they believe the character to be. It’s interesting that Batman and Superman (though to a less degree) who have multiple comic and multimedia versions of their characters don’t have as nearly as big a problem. Their pervasive presence, I think essentially gives everyone a Batman or Superman that is theirs.
Wonder Woman needs that too. And a zippy digital comic where she runs around doing bullets and bracelets and kicking the ass of Nazis and 70s drug lords seems to be an excellent way to start.
This gives Wonder Woman three comics where she headlines. This is great news to build out the visibility of the character while giving fans not comfortable with how she is portrayed elsewhere options.
Hello, any idea what colour Audrey's skirt was in Roman Holiday? I have seen it coloured both blue and light brown in various shots on the web. Great blog by the way.
Thank you! The photograph where Audrey is wearing a blue skirt was a colorized version created specifically for the Vanity Fair May 2013 edition. The color of her skirt was indeed a beige color as seen in this photo: