Via her official Facebook page, 1970’s TV icon Lynda Carter, the actress who portrayed Wonder Woman for 3 seasons, commented on Wonder Woman’s post-Convergence look.
That new look was revealed as part of DC Comics’ June 2015 solicitations for Wonder Woman #41.
Her facebook comments from the weekend are below.
Lynda Carter thinks Wonder Woman is too modest all covered up now? And I quote: “She’s pretty covered up in my opinion!” 😉
The solicitations for the post-Convergence Wonder Woman #41 is below. In addition, August 2015 will see the release of the Wonder Woman by George Perez Ombibus #1 hardcover; it is advance solicited in the June 2015 previews. That solicitation is also included below because (1) that is an awesome run, and (2) it’s cover provides an interesting contrast to Wonder Woman’s new 2015 costume.
WONDER WOMAN #41
Written by MEREDITH FINCH
Art and cover by DAVID FINCH and JONATHAN GLAPION
THE JOKER Variant cover by BRIAN BOLLAND
On sale JUNE 17 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US RATED T
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
A daring new direction begins with the arrival of a brand-new villain! But while he may be new to us, he’s not new to the world he seeks to tame. And speaking of villains, Donna Troy’s quest to destroy Wonder Woman ratchets up another gear (if that’s even possible!), while the games of the Gods bring dark portents to the ultimate Amazon!
And now the more classic Wonder Woman look for an amazing 1980’s hardcover.
WONDER WOMAN BY GEORGE PEREZ OMNIBUS VOL. 1 HC
Written by GEORGE PEREZ, GREG POTTER and LEN WEIN
Art by GEORGE PEREZ, BRUCE PATTERSON and others
Cover by GEORGE PEREZ
On sale AUGUST 19 • 640 pg, FC, $75.00 US
This omnibus collects the first two years of George Pérez’s 1980s run on WONDER WOMAN, including issues #1-24 and WONDER WOMAN ANNUAL #1. These stories reestablished Wonder Woman’s heroic career with appearances by the gods of Olympus and villains including Cheetah and Silver Swan.
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