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Wonder Woman Captured (Shadedarkstorm)

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Artist: Shadedarkstorm. This is one of my favorite original pieces. Very good art.

I found this sketch comic on the Slumberville Chloroforum, maybe around 2005. The scene involves Wonder Woman getting into an altercation with some shadowy enemies. The shadowy enemies are able to overpower Wonder Woman with chloroform.

What I think separates this piece of original art from others, is how well the artist captured Lynda Carter's likeness in his rendition of Wonder Woman. The resemblance is *striking*.

It's an overall incredible piece of art, and we are glad to have it in the Sleepycomics.com collection!
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Jun 14, 2008
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English.
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Shadedarkstorm

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Excellent work here...love the detail on her form...face...everything! Great job.
May 18, 2010
oldslim1 said:
Definitely a good job. Striking resemblance to Lynda Carter. Always good to see long legged Lynda get knocked out.
May 19, 2010
Hammer said:
This has to be a takeoff on one of the chloro's from the series (the episode is called something like "Formula 451"). It REALLY looks like LC. More interestingly, on the TV episode, the chloroformer is initially shown using one arm, but then is using the other when the scene shifts (bad editing). I wonder if the artist here did the same thing on purpose or if he caught the error while watching the TV episode.
Jan 04, 2013
@oldslim1 Yup, well said. This displays impressive talent, as well as knowing what 'villains' want. winks
Feb 12, 2013
@Hammer Intentional or not, the 'effect' is stunning. Such excellent penmanship on those feminine details.
Feb 12, 2013
@Hammer Intentional or not, the 'effect' is stunning. Such excellent penmanship on those feminine details.
Feb 12, 2013
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