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Lynda Carter passes lasso of truth to Gal Gadot by TAnimationLB Lynda Carter passes lasso of truth to Gal Gadot by TAnimationLB
   Wonder Woman is a character that I loved watching as a kid on television, whether it was the TV series starring Lynda Carter, the JUSTICE LEAGUE cartoon or even SUPER FREINDS. The only comics featuring her that I read back then were either SUPERMAN or JUSTICE LEAGUE. I just thought she was a cool character, but nothing more. However, it wasn't until 2014, when I saw that photo of Gal Gadot in costume, that I started to do research on the character and revisited the incarnations that I was familiar with.

   As I'm drawing and writing this, I know why she is so treasured around the world. Because I'm a fan of hers too. Much like Superman, Diana has an unconiditional love for humanity, but no other character has the compassion and toughness she has. She would spend a whole day or more talking with you just to get to know you as a person and to know your personal strengths and vulnerabilities. That's how compassionate and loving Wonder Woman is. She always tries to avoid violence, but when there's no other way, you should think twice before getting into a battle with her. The fact that she fights for truth and equality is what makes her a peace seeker an a true role model.

   I'm so glad that that photo made me want to dive into the world of Themyscira, and I give all the credit to Gal Gadot, Zack Snyder and everyone involved with her in BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE. If it hadn't been for them, I would've never realized what a "WONDERFUL" character Wonder Woman is. I'd like to thank William Moulton Marston (may he rest in peace) for the inception of one of the greatest characters in all comics, and writers such as George Pérez, John Byrne, Brian Azzarello, Greg Rucka, Phil Jiménez, Meredith and David Finch, and countless others for creating new adventures and challenges for her. Voice performances by Susan Eisenberg, Keri Russell and Shannon Farnon reinforce my love for the amazon princess. I'd like to thank Lynda Carter and Gal Gadot for bringing her to life and for carrying the class and sophistication that she is known for. And last but not least, I'm grateful to Zack Snyder, Patty Jenkins and their crews for bringing Wonder Woman to the big screen.

 
This fan art is dedicated to Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, Lynda Carter and Zack Snyder. Hopefully they'll see it one day.
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:icondarthbriboy:
darthbriboy Featured By Owner May 19, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Cool drawing and wonderful little essay in the description, binges read a whole new 52 wonder woman graphic novel and loved it.
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TAnimationLB Featured By Owner May 19, 2017
Thanks for the kind words! New 52 was whole run was excellent
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darthbriboy Featured By Owner May 19, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
I will look into it more some of the animated stuff is fantastic.
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TAnimationLB Featured By Owner Edited May 19, 2017
There is some really great WW stuff outthere. If you wanna be prepared for the movie, I highly recommend reading "Gods and mortals" by George Pérez and "Spirit of truth" by  Paul Dini and Alex Ross, and watching the animated WW movie, which is out of this world.
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darthbriboy Featured By Owner May 20, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
I'll check  it out at a comic shop when I get the chance. 
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DRAGOREX Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2017
i highly recommend reading wonder woman rebirth dude, aswell as wonder woman new 52, their both great reads
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TAnimationLB Featured By Owner Edited Mar 3, 2017
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE NEW 52 WONDER WOMAN!!!! That's why I mentioned Brian Azzarello and the Finchs. ;) I'm also a big fan of the Superman/WonderWoman relationship. I need to start reading Wonder Woman rebirth. Trinity Rebirth was amazing though! Thx 4 commenting.
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DRAGOREX Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2017
your welcome
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