I have to confess, I'm only became a Wonder Woman fan after I was exposed to her on animated shows (wait, that didn't sound right). Anyway, Justice League, Young Justice and the DC animated movies have made me a fan of hers over the years.
I love your work, but others will not touch it when it comes to being on Pinterest, you might try leaving the TOR off, that's the only thing I can see why they wouldn't collect your art, I think it's all great my self and it freaks me out they won't touch it... Keep up the great work, how about some hulk and Deadpool next go around. )
Thanks for the feedback. However, if I left the Tor off, no one who was interested would know who to search for if they were interested in seeing more art. Also, there are too many art thieves out there (which I have already been a victim of) to put stuff out without having a signature on it. I don't mind if the signature turns people off, I'm not getting paid for the work, so whether they collect it or not is not really a factor in whether I will have my signature on it or not.
thanks for the art piece suggestions, dead pool in particular sounds interesting.
The Gail Simone is the best I have read of hers personally. George Perez run is a close second. But I think the difference is in his she's somewhat naive still, where as in the Simone run she's a bit more world wise now.
And if you want to get into her in the comics, her current on-going by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's pretty good. There's also The Hiketica, by Greg Rucka and JG Jones, which is a great tragedy co-starring Batman.
They're good places to start--unfortunately, WW's never had some strong, one-shot or mini-series that's really defined the character, like Batman had DKR or Year One and Superman had All-Star. She's had some pretty good runs, though, from guys like George Perez, Greg Rucka, and Gail Simone.