Thursday, March 13, 2014

2014 Wonder Girl “We Can Be Heroes: Growth” silhouette by Steve Garcia

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Two years ago, DC Comics radically altered their continuity with the New 52. Two months ago, Steve Garcia posted this Pre-Flashpoint inspirational silhouette of Cassie Sandsmark to his Instagram account. I'm guessing that's because Cassie's casual cosplay look was more recognizable and preferable to her fans. Her current Angry Red Riding Hood get-up is more like something a model working the Zenescope booth at a con would turn up in. Not so inspirational. But hey, DC is doing a good thing with its We Can Be Heroes campaign, whose promotional materials is what launched all of these related Garcia pieces in the first place, so there's that.

Talking of that variety, Garcia has done several additional Wonder Woman variations since the post from last year linked below. Check out Warrior Woman or Star Sapphire Wonder Woman, if you're so inclined. They're not really my bag, but I'm still watching out for you. I'm considerate like that.

“We Can Be Heroes”

8 comments:

Count Drunkula said...

There's something more than a little unsettling that Garcia chose GROWTH as the theme for Wonder Girl when the blinding focal point of this image is her breasts.

Alonzo665 said...
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Alonzo665 said...

It would have help if her bracelets were part of the focal point as well.

Diabolu Frank said...

I was going to defend the artist at first, since those were asymmetrical white blobs in the main image, but the interior figure creates something of an infinite regression of boobies and beltbuckles. Honorary upvotes!

karl said...

This is a very lovely image - would work well as a poster or even a t-shirt image.

Arthur Canning said...

Groovy

Arthur Canning said...

Groovy - I like it

Matt Celis said...

Very poorly designed.