Publisher: Clampett Studio Collections
Artist: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Characters: 1: Wonder Woman
Release Date: September 18, 2003
Edition Size: 250
Image Size: 21" H x 15 ¾ " W
* "Diana, Princess of Themyscira" is a Giclee print, designed, illustrated and painted by renowned Wonder Woman artist, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. Each print is hand signed by the artist. The edition was reproduced through the fine art Giclee process on fine paper.
* In this image, Wonder Woman has returned to her native Themyscira, a mythical land also known as Paradise Island. Populated by Amazons, men are not permitted entry onto Themyscira.
* Created by Dr. Moulton Marston, Wonder Woman made her comic debut in issue #8 of All American's All Star Comics, but gained true notoriety when she was given the lead story in Sensation Comics in January 1942. Shortly afterward, Wonder Woman was included in the Justice Society, which is more commonly known as the Justice League of America.
* According to Wonder Woman-The Complete History written by Les Daniels, Marston did not write Wonder Woman as a feminist story. Instead he saw her as having a predominantly male audience whose interests lie in the differences and similarities between male and female superheroes.
* Currently, Wonder Woman's audience is indeed mostly men, with a 90-percent male readership.