Um. Hi Faora. Gosh you’re pretty. Oh, what’s that? You’re going to kill me? Well that’d be just swell, ma’am.
I just… this movie… I can’t even.
Can I just say that this is one of the best scenes of Mia ever? It not only shows how freakin badass her character is (I mean she’s telling off the AMAZONS) but also defends everyone who has been in her situation. This is a message that isn’t often shown in media in general and I think it’s an important one that not many people get.
Secondly, I adore Mia and Dinah’s relationship. Just look how proud Dinah looks in the third frame. Then she proceeds to beat the crap out of the woman who dared to diss her “daughter.” This was seriously amazing and this is something I miss so much.
Earlier this week I posted about how Warner Bros. declared the script that Joss Whedon gave them for Wonder Woman was dead. Look we know the problems that WB has getting Wonder Woman into anything except animated TV. I’ve written about them over and over again. Despite the fan videos. Despite seeing how awesome she is in games. Despite writers like Whedon taking a shot.
But an artist on Deviant Art JoshMWC has been posting over the last 4 years concepts for a Wonder Woman movie. The pieces are mostly moments but you can put them in order to the rough out of a movie. Let’s take a look at what he’s come up with.
It starts with the classic Marston origin of Wonder Woman, a much prayed for child made of clay by her mother.
Diana finds the plane of Steve Trevor on the Island.
A contest to see who leaves the island.
Once off the island Diana makes her public debut.
[ Image: A drawing of DC Comics character Donna Troy, a aple skinned woman with long dark hair. She wears a sleeveless black unitard with an asymmetrical red frontpiece that matches her knee-high red boots. A silver metal vambrace and matching armoured sleeve cover her right arm, while a tribal style tattoo decorates her left shoulder. In her hand is an exotic curved sword. ]
Amethyst Short Debuts on DC Nation
The cartoon version of Amethyst of Gemworld made its debut on this morning’s DC Nation. The show is very different take then the current comic version and the original making Gemworld a video game. But there’s still a Pegasus. And it is still awesome.
Her name is Batgirl.
Her vocabulary is less than a dozen words.
She thinks in purely physical terms, making her a lethal hand-to-hand combatant.
And she has one priority.
No one… no one… will get hurt on her watch.
I’ve said before that Wizkid’s HeroClix is my favorite DCU right now and here’s another reason. We may never see a team-up of all three Batgirl’s in comics beyond the panel below in Batgirl vol. 2 #24 and numerous pieces of commissioned and fan art.
But now you can have it playing HeroClix which unveiled today it’s newest piece:
And with their previous unveiling of BabsGirl and BlackBat, you can have all three (and if you are a real stickler you can order a Cass as Batgirl)!
And can I just say the fact that Stephanie’s character has Electro-Magna-Gooperangs makes me so happy? Hey, I just did!
[ Description: Two convention sketches of two of Greg Rucka’s character’s: Renee Montoya and Rachel Alves. They’re both arme with guns and looking fierce. ]
I’m passing on NYCC this year, but Michael Lark isn’t. He showed me these two sketches done as commissions in preparation for the show this morning, and I asked if he’d mind my sharing them here.
Obviously, he said yes.