2021 NEW WW 80th: The Fall of Sinestro & Flashpoint Funko Pops
The celebrations continue! More 80th Anniversary Wonder Woman Pops were unveiled today: The Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary: The Fall of Sinestro Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure and Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary: Flashpoint Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure.
On October 21, Wonder Woman had a party. The first superheroine, created by Dr. Charles Moulton Marston, celebrated her 80th birthday.
In October 1941, issue 8 of All-Star Comics was launched, the first comic book featuring Diana, daughter of Queen Hippolyta, princess of Themyscira, and defender of justice.
Wonder Woman was created amid World War II, and like other heroes, she joined the front lines against the enemy forces.
Over the years, Diana’s presence became more prominent, and she even became as powerful as her publishing partners, Batman and Superman. Wonder Woman was a beacon that guided future creators to bring new female characters just as powerful and with rich backstories.
To celebrate Diana’s 80th birthday and her enormous legacy, the new The Fall of Sinestro and Flashpoint Funko Pops are now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)
When talking about Wonder Woman, it is almost impossible not to have a mental image of this character. A bodysuit costume with bright colors: red, gold, and blue.
A tiara and bracelets that hold magnificent power. If one could describe the empowered goddess rising from the mud, it would be:
“Beautiful as Aphrodite, wise as Athena, swifter than Hermes, and stronger than Hercules, Princess Diana of Themyscira fights for peace in Man’s World.”
Just as it reads in the original DC world comic.
The Fall of Sinestro and Flashpoint Funko Pops are now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)
Arguably, in the mid-1940s, she became an essential off-screen reference with a revolutionary concept of feminism: power, will, independence and authority.
Many girls have dressed up as Wonder Woman to create multiple versions from movies, television, and comics.
However, not all of them turned out to embrace the success they believed they would achieve. Yet, for more than 80 years, Wonder Woman still continues to cause the same impact.
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