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(Contains: nudity and sexual themes)
Edited from original photo by Filippo Sano' of Photodromm www.photodromm.com

Original picture: baberoll.com/?page=gallery&whi… (Warning: contains nudity)
Model: Lex

"This is a photo edit by DrVillain on Deviant Art. Not sure if I like this or the original better.
The artist does a good of citing his source."

Wonder Woman is a character owned by DC Comics
This non-profit fan artwork is edited by Dr. Villain
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hgordon22 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
Very nice!
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kanoyflip Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hot.
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seriously87 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013
great pic
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Ketastrophe Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2013  Student Filmographer
This is a disgrace to what Wonder Woman actually means and stands for... 
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dino812 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
She stands for marketing merchandising n convincing kids they can b something they cant. She's a made up comic character, shut up n relax "hero"
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Ketastrophe Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student Filmographer
But she's being sexualized here instead of showing she's a strong woman... there is literally nothing here that shows young girls that they can grow up to be confident women. Wonder Woman is an AMAZING character, and this photo just puts it ten steps backwards. Would you show your daughter or sister this photo and say "this is your role model, be more like her?" Really?
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dino812 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014
I wouldn't share anything erotic with my daughter or sister. I agree with ur point on what she traditionally represents, but this is not meant for the common eye. It's like role reversal for the mind. In real life some people who r dominant at work may wanna b submissive in the bedroom, some find seeing a strong individual in a submissive erotica role liberating. I understand what ur saying but my point is this piece is more of a guilty pleasure than a marketing piece, n well done i may add (props ;)
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DrVillain Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Based on her history, I think this is actually a pretty good representation of her :)

Suffering Sappho! A Look At The Creator & Creation of Wonder Woman:
www.comicbookresources.com/?pa…
"Wonder Woman's creator was William Moulton Marston, a Harvard-educated psychologist, lawyer and provocateur who invented a precursor of the modern polygraph (the likely inspiration for Wonder Woman's lie-detecting lasso). Wonder Woman's world is one that practically begs for analysis: coming from a utopian island inhabited only by women, she wears heavy manacles on her wrists and carries a rope everywhere she goes; she spent many of her early stories in bondage or restraining others, and even disciplined villains on Transformation Island, an Amazonian rehabilitation center that trained its all-female prison population to submit to "loving authority.""

Wonder Woman: The Super Secret & Kinky Origin of a Feminist Icon:
thegeekwhisperer.com/2009/01/2…
"The Wonder Woman comics penned by Marston were packed with bondage, spankings, enslavement, and punishment of both men and women. Every single Wonder Woman comic that Marston created depicted bondage and a myriad of other sexual fetishes"
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Ketastrophe Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student Filmographer
Yeah, I get that. I study superheroes and women in pop culture in college. Believe me, I KNOW Wonder Woman's backstory and origin. I wrote my thesis on her for several of my classes. And it helps that, you know, I myself am a woman. Wonder Woman is supposed to be an icon for women to connect with and feel they can grow stronger than the patriarchal society they have been born into, to overcome all of that "submission and male dominance." She's meant to teach young girls everywhere that they are strong, and sexy, but they don't have to be sexualized by doing both. 

This whole photo takes all of that away. If you had a daughter, would you show her this photo and say "this is your role model. You need to be like her when you grow up."???
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papasilv Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
Perfection :)
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