Funko POP! 12545 POP! Vinyl DC Wonder Woman Figure
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As the female face for DC Comics, Wonder Woman has already received numerous figures, which are detailed in our comprehensive Funko Pop Wonder Woman guide. The DC Comics Wonder Woman 80th collection comprises several new figures of Wonder Woman in various different incarnations that she's adopted over the years, with the much-loved character having starred in a number of films, TV series and comics since her debut in 1941. Additionally, the Air Force pilot holds a gun with gloved hands and his finger on the trigger. Connie Nielsen portrays the beautiful Queen Hippolyta in the Wonder Woman movie, and her main option is seen elegantly styled in a gold tiara that slightly covers the sides of her pale face. Also wearing gold gauntlets with a sleeveless robe, Hippolyta grasps a more slender sword than Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman 1984 star Connie Nielsen, who played Queen Hippolyta in the sequel movie, recently defended the film from critics after some expressed disappointment in the movie, which was released late last year following several delays. The fact that it was moved so many times, put it under scrutiny that it did not deserve," she said. "It also, as a sophomore film, will always be compared to the one before."You can also take Diana into the '60s with the New Wonder Woman 1968 figure. Sporting a sleek, all-white outfit and still carrying her famous sword, this figure represents Wonder Woman as she "leaves her superpowers behind to become an ultra-mod, globetrotting secret agent". Finally receiving her own film franchise, the Funko Pop Wonder Woman Movie options provide a detailed account of the famed superhero played by Gal Gadot.
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The Classic Wonder Woman with Shield & Sword 1950 figure sees Diana dressed in her classic red, white and blue superhero outfit, with a gold headband and her trusty sword and shield in hand too. You like Cults and you want to help us continue the adventure independently? Please note that we are a small team of 3 people, therefore it is very simple to support us to maintain the activity and create future developments. Here are 4 solutions accessible to all: Other Funko Pop Wonder Woman Figures 31 Conan as Wonder Woman WW84 - 2020 San Diego Comic Con / Conan / TBS
As a founding member of the Justice League, Wonder Woman, a.k.a. Diana Prince broke the superhero mold. She is the antithesis of how women were portrayed in the 1940s, both in real life and in comic books. Wonder Woman received her own comic series roughly six months after she made her debut in DC Comics’ All-Star Comics #8 (1941). Although her appearance has yet to change too drastically, there are many different Funko Pop Wonder Woman vinyl figures to collect.