Wonder Woman’s new wardrobe, tweaked for TV


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Since we mentioned the wardrobe makeover Wonder Woman received in honor of issue No. 600, we thought it only fair to keep you abreast of how she will look when she comes to the small screen in David E. Kelley’s NBC reboot of the beloved ‘70s series.

Earlier this month, our compatriots over at the Hero Complex posted a first look at actress Adrianne Palicki in her Wonder Woman costume (and, if you want to weigh in on it, they’re taking a poll -- and accepting comments).


The biggest difference we can see -- apart from brighter colors and shininess all the way around -- is that the TV version seems to have jettisoned the hip-looking motorcycle jacket that was a new addition to the comic-book incarnation.

Or maybe she just forgot it back at the invisible jet.

Until the series airs, we’ll just have to ... wonder.


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Images, from left: Wonder Woman’s new comic-book look, designed by DC Comics co-publisher Jim Lee, includes black leggings and a motorcycle jacket. Credit: DC Comics. The heroine (Adrianne Palicki) as she will look in the new TV series. Credit: NBC / Warner Bros. Entertainment