Fanboymuseum Baseball T-Shirts
Remember Lynda Carter? She's held the Wonder Woman torch since the mid-seventies, and may finally be handing it over soon. But for the time being, you can rock this Roy Lichtenstein-inspired ben-day dot print on your shirt or cell phone.
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When I think of Wonder Woman, the first image that pops in my head is the voluptuous Lynda Carter spinning into the fantastic star spangled go-go superhero. If you think about it, there really wasn't many other real-life comic heroes in the 70s, and far less heroines. That, my friends, is why you should purchase this shirt, and wear it proudly!
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Roy Lichtenstein was probably my favorite artist, for the reason that he made comic design a verifiable art. His favorite subjects were usually vulnerable blondes in moments of distress -usually found in melodrama comics. In choosing a Star Wars moment, I simply couldn't think of a more anguishing moment for Luke than when he was denied a visit to the Tosche Station. I like to think that after the big galaxy party on Endor, Luke made his way to Tattooine to finally purchase those power converters.
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