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WW10 by DoodleLyle WW10 by DoodleLyle
Technically this is a golden age Wonder Woman drawing. See the skirt? Anyway, I really like how this one turned out and I have a large version that I take around to school programs and such to help me explain the difference between "power" characters and "gadget" characters--Wondy is in between with both powers and gadgets.

Okay, yet again this character is owned by DC Entertainment, and so I'm only claiming copyright on the actual drawing. Artwork copyright James E. Lyle. Wonder Woman is and DC Entertainment.

There will be no prints.
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superp1971 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011
very nice
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DoodleLyle Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011
Thanks for the feedback. I thought someone might like this one.
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Shakeshift Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Professional Photographer
I always think of Wonder Woman as more gadgets than power. Bracelets, belt, lasso, tiara, invisible jet, earrings, weird winged sandals that allow her to travel between dimensions.... It's a gadget-laden wonderland (pun intended.)
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DoodleLyle Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011
Well, I use this as an example for elementary age kids. She does have powers, but a lot of gadgets too. I also tell them that Spider-Man is a "both" character. That usually covers all the bases.
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