Hero Mode: A Guide To The Best Wonder Woman Apparel
Geekdom has grown rapidly in the past few years, extending beyond comic shelves and hitting the apparel market. Brands such as WeLoveFine and Her Universe have made an effort to incorporate geek culture into their collections and introduce trendy apparel for every type of fandom. With Hero Mode, ComicsAlliance hopes to offer you a selection of the best geek-themed apparel for your wardrobe, inspired by your favorite characters.
Say what you will of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but one thing was certain; viewers were enamored with Gal Gadot's onscreen portrayal of the Amazonian Princess, Wonder Woman. Fierce, with lasso, sword and shield in hand, Diana's seven minutes of screen time was arguably the best part of the film, and helped stir up even more excitement for next year's Wonder Woman solo film directed by Patty Jenkins.
Wonder Woman has also been the subject of much discussion in comics recently, with the debut of her Year One graphic novel, written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Yanick Paquette, and the announcement of her new DC Rebirth creative team of Greg Rucka, Liam Sharp, and Nicola Scott.
Created by psychologist and writer William Moulton Marston, in collaboration with his wife and fellow psychologist Elizabeth Holloway Marston and artist H.G. Peter, Wonder Woman first appeared in All Star Comics #8 in December 1941. An instant feminist icon, she's known for fighting for truth, justice and gender equality --- and for her arsenal of weaponized accessories. Is there anything more fabulous than bulletproof bracelets?
You're not going to find anything quite that awesome in our collection of Wonder Woman-themed apparel, but we have unearthed a collection of Amazonian inspired goods that are the equal of any treasures of Themyscira. With these fresh looks, you'll be more fly than Diana's Invisible Jet.