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Jo Chen’s Wonder Woman Pencils From Her Mystery Project Astound

Jo Chen’s high-powered rendering abilities have been proven in comics via “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” UDON Capcom work and “Runaways” cover art, but some of the greatest gems in her portfolio came via these Wonder Woman pencils she made for DC’s licensing department, destined for an unnamed mystery creation.“These pencil pieces of our favorite Amazon were for an undisclosed project for the D.C. licensing department,” she wrote on her MySpace blog in 2009. “Not sure if the project will ever come to fruition but Sonia Choi at D.C. was kind enough to allow me to display them for your pleasure/displeasure/indifference. Hope it’s the first one.”

The lively poses she put DC’s most famous superheroine into came straight from her MySpace gallery there, and if their final destination hasn’t been revealed yet, I hope whatever it is manages to make its way to the public eye sooner rather than later.

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