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It’s fitting that one of the most enduring characters in fiction, who turns out to be queer, has her day in June, which also happens to be Pride Month.

I grew up with George Pérez’s version of Wonder Woman. Although I ended up preferring Rebirth and the soon-to-be-concluded current run. I can’t wait for the upcoming Dawn of DC books that start in September, though.

The original Wonder Dude costume used pieces from Hot Toys’ Wonder Woman BvS figure. The colors were a bit muted, so I unsuccessfully experimented with gold nail polish powder to make the gold pieces look chrome and mirror like. Too much flake and after a while, the gold went dull.

This new costume has pieces from the Wonder Woman 1984 figure (also by Hot Toys). It’s crazy because the belt just slides up (with a little bit of difficulty, but I still didn’t have to cut and splice it the way I did with the original Wonder Dude costume).

I also modified the chest plate. Maybe I’ll cover the straps with leftover pieces from the bodice so they match the boots.

Dollsexposed showcases queer erotica, kink, fetish, and activism through twelve-inch doll photography. Their adventures in the doll world began in 2011 before establishing a home on eleven years later.

Dollsexposed's works have been displayed at Seattle Erotic Art Festival and Los Angeles Leather Getaway.

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