Illustrator Stephen Byrne puts his skills to use imagining what it would be like if we objectified superheroes as much as superheroines do. The result is funny in its absurdity. My personal favorites are the oversizes areolas on everyone as well as Superman's coquettish pose. Bravo, Stephen.
Wonder Woman, the Amazonian warrior sculpted from clay, has got a new look — and it is fresh. Her costume is sleek, her hair is fierce, and her invisible ride is the shit. Ride on, Wonder Woman. Ride on.
For the most part, when female superheroes aren't being treated as though they don't exist, they're depicted in tiny scraps of clothing and go-go boots, which is stupid because it's definitely a lot easier to be fatally wounded when all of your internal organs are not covered by any armor or clothing.
Ever seen a Spider-Man movie? How many Batman flicks? Avengers? What about Wonder Woman? As Entertainment Weekly's Goeff Boucher points out: "Superman and Batman will have 16 movies between them by the end of this summer and Wonder Woman can’t lasso a movie deal."
Stephanie Alberti was 13 weeks pregnant when she went to the racetrack with her husband. She was standing outside cheering him on in motocross when lightning struck and hit her through the ground. Hello, new worst nightmare. She was temporarily paralyzed, but even after she recovered she had to spend the next six…