It’s one of the coolest, most bad ass moments in not just this year’s crop of superhero movies, but in the history of superhero movies, period. I’m talking about Princess Diana’s defiant march through the battlefields of No-Man’s Land in Wonder Woman, and her subsequent saving of a tiny, besieged European village from German forces.
You might have seen clips of said scene in the trailers and commercials for the movie, but I promise you, in the actual context of the film, it’s that much better. And you don’t have to hear the annoying “Warriors” song by Imagine Dragons that they used in all the ads as music for this scene in the actual final film. That’s a bonus.
Now the folks at Bottleneck Gallery have an awesome new print commemorating this scene, from designer and illustrator Doaly, who has previously made incredible prints for Doctor Strange, Batman, Guardians of the Galaxy and many other beloved pop culture properties. The new illustrations has Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman jumping out of an ancient Greek vase, in a similar pose to when she jumped out of a building kicking a German soldiers in the head. You can see the image of Doaly’s new print below:
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The Wonder Woman inspired screen print, which is a hand-numbered limited edition, comes with iridescent shimmer overlay, and is 18 x 24 inches. The edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold between Friday, June 9th @ 12PM ET and Sunday, June 11th @ 11:59PM ET. There is no limit to the number of prints that you are allowed to purchase. 5% of sales will be donated to the charitable Girls On The Run organization. You can pre-order the print by clicking here.
What do you think about this latest piece of art featuring the Amazing Amazon? Be sure to chime in with your thoughts in the comments down below.
Images: Warner Brothers
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