Speaking of Wonder Woman and professional comic industry artists who actually are her genuine fans, it’s a perfect opportunity to give a shout-out to how Stjepan Sejic depicts her.
Above here, we have not one, not two, but FOUR alternative designs of body-covering armor for Diana; each of them very distinct, while still paying tribute to her traditional costume’s elements.
Big thanks to filipfatalattractionrblog of hellyeahteensuperheroes for referencing those in a reblog from us.
THIS is what I meant on my personal by saying that the new official costume doesn’t really challenge anything and its only change compared to the previous design is the spoulders and a jumpsuit unbeneath.
There are infinite ways to redesign fictional fashion, and when a new design just a superficial fix, it is okay to criticize… as long as you know what you’re talking about, *ahem*JScottCampbell*ahem* >_>
Also worth noting how Mr Sejic usually portrays Wonder Woman’s body. Even in a classic strapless costume, her figure reads as one of an Amazon warrior: tall, bulky and muscular.
As we mentioned before, nebezial is also notable for having a good sense of humor and self-awareness of how the industry treats female characters. It’s no different in case of Diana:
F#$%ing Photoshop indeed.
princesses grow up… by nebezial
style test- wonderwoman+ video by nebezial
sure…now redraw her on every panel XD by nebezial
holy crap its captain wonderwoman by nebezial
just wondering…splurt….bwahahahahahahahahah by nebezial
there was a joke here…i killed it! by nebezial