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Wonder Woman - First Appearance by Femmes-Fatales Wonder Woman - First Appearance by Femmes-Fatales
In winter of 1941, Wonder Woman made her very first comic book appearance. This Amazing Amazon came from a mysterious island paradise occupied solely by women warriors. When a stranger named Steve Trevor crash-landed on their island, it was Princess Diana that won the right to return him back to Man's World. Temporarily taking the identity of a military nurse named Diana Prince, the Amazon Princess used this alias as a way of keeping an eye on Steve Trevor. With her incredible abilities and unique weaponry, Diana quickly became known as Wonder Woman and sky-rocketed to stardom as a bonafide superhero.

Here I've illustrated Wonder Woman as she first appeared in 1941. Her original outfit consisted of a red bodice with a gold eagle emblazoned on the chest along with a pair of star-spangled culottes. Contrary to popular belief, Diana did not wear a skirt. They were shorts! Diana completed her Wonder Woman ensemble with a white belt, bullet-deflecting bracelets, a tiara, and a pair of red and white boots.

In her identity as Diana Prince, Wonder Woman appeared as a meek military nurse. She wore an all-white look that consisted of the standard uniform (double-breasted dress with a large collar, nurse's cap and white lace-up shoes). She wore her raven tresses up in a bun and hid her blue eyes behind a pair of round-framed glasses.

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Victor2K Featured By Owner May 15, 2014
Nurse Diana? Wow... quite a surprise
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Femmes-Fatales Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
How so?
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Victor2K Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Never saw her in nurse uniform... so, got surprised... and a good one btw
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Femmes-Fatales Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm surprised so few people actually know she was a nurse at first. It's especially surprising since there was a return to this occupation for her during the Silver Age when they began re-telling stories from a Golden Age perspective. Of course, Di has had MANY jobs over the years in various continuities. She's been a nurse, an astronaut, a UN worker, a boutique owner, a fast food worker, an author, and even a spy.
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Victor2K Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Oh... well, need to get more into reading comics again
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Femmes-Fatales Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Sounds like. ;)
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comicgeek1969 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014
i love the golden age wonder woman.  she's still the best.
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Femmes-Fatales Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Any particular reason why you prefer the Golden Age Wonder Woman to all other eras? I personally find those stories too heavily coded in racism (Egg Fu anyone?).
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comicgeek1969 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014
i'm a golden age fan overall.  and actually egg fu came out in the 60's when they were trying to do the golden age style, he never actually appeared in the 40's.  
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Femmes-Fatales Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I realized that after the fact actually. He's a Silver Age baddie. Nevertheless, depictions of races outside of the white sphere are shown as highly racist stereotypes. If you notice, the Wonder Woman Chronicles feature a note at the beginning to draw attention to this fact.
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