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Nathan Bulmer strikes again.

Nathan Bulmer strikes again.

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luchtherder:

Me just a few minutes ago:
Go to the CBR blogs.
Discover this awesome WW drawing by Jill Thompson on Robot 6.
Gasp when you read that she wants to do an OGN (Graphic Novel) with Wonder Woman and another with Superman.
FULL PAINTED, OMG.

I seriously cannot imagine a more perfect Wonder Woman. My brother and I were first introduced to Jill Thompson’s work years ago when she did a run on WW at DC and fell in love with it. We still both feel that hers is one of the only “real” Wonder Woman interpretations (certainly still one of our favourites), so it’s fitting that her vision for Diana today is even more spectacular and fabulous. 
Go show Jill some love on the Twitters! I now predict this will get reblogged about 1500 times in the next 24 hours. 

luchtherder:

Me just a few minutes ago:

I seriously cannot imagine a more perfect Wonder Woman. My brother and I were first introduced to Jill Thompson’s work years ago when she did a run on WW at DC and fell in love with it. We still both feel that hers is one of the only “real” Wonder Woman interpretations (certainly still one of our favourites), so it’s fitting that her vision for Diana today is even more spectacular and fabulous. 

Go show Jill some love on the Twitters! I now predict this will get reblogged about 1500 times in the next 24 hours. 

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Recently found: original 1941 concept sketches for Wonder Woman.
Here we have a piece of comic book history from early-1941 in the form of a letter from cartoonist Harry G. Peter, written to William Moulton Marston, in which he unveils some very early sketches of Marston’s new superheroine, Wonder Woman; Marston’s handwritten response to Peter can also be seen, penned in red below the original message. Wonder Woman’s subsequent debut came just months later - December - in All Star Comics #8 (cover). The rest is history. Transcript follows. (via Letters of Note: The birth of Wonder Woman)
ps: This sketch recently sold for $33,350. Yowza!

Recently found: original 1941 concept sketches for Wonder Woman.

Here we have a piece of comic book history from early-1941 in the form of a letter from cartoonist Harry G. Peter, written to William Moulton Marston, in which he unveils some very early sketches of Marston’s new superheroine, Wonder Woman; Marston’s handwritten response to Peter can also be seen, penned in red below the original message. Wonder Woman’s subsequent debut came just months later - December - in All Star Comics #8 (cover). The rest is history. Transcript follows. (via Letters of Note: The birth of Wonder Woman)

ps: This sketch recently sold for $33,350. Yowza!