August 12, 2008

Wondering about Lynda Carter

Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter)

What's Lynda Carter up to these days? I wasn't born early enough to watch the Wonder Woman TV show when it aired, but I've seen enough of it to know what a great job she did in a difficult role. I mean, that costume doesn't seem like an easy one to pull off (and no, I didn't intend that to be taken literally, guys).

Anyway, I did this version of Wondy as a token of big respect to Lynda for her hard work making Wonder Woman a household name.

P.S. You know Wondy's "Lasso of Truth"? Well did you know this? From wikipedia - Dr. William Moulton Marston, (Wonder Woman's creator) is credited as the creator of the systolic blood-pressure test used in an attempt to detect deception, which became one component of the modern polygraph.

Cool, huh?


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  2. Great work !
    could you make some of the watchmen, they could be awesome !!!

  3. Marston had weird ideas on "healthy psychological development." He was particularly keen on the positive effects of bondage games. Thus, the "magic lasso of truth" that reformed the evil. Early WW stories, written by Marston, are filled with all sorts of bizarro notions.

  4. Very nice your versions!
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  5. Esta exelente el trabajo.
    Te robe unas imagens para mi blog, pero te sito como fuente

  6. Just keeping it to the last few years, She played the School's Principal in Sky High and looked really good. She also played Chloe's mother in an episode of Smallville last season.

    Of course the REAL star of Wonder Woman wa Lyle Waggoner.



  7. Not only was Marston essentially the inventor of the polygraph, not only was he creator of Wonder Woman, not only was he "keen on the positive effects of bondage games," but he actually spent most of his adult life living with his wife and "personal assistant," fathering a few children which each, heh heh. Admirable guy, that William Moulton Marston...

  8. wonder women was my favorite show