Blackest Night was a force to be reckoned with in 2009. The Green Lantern-centric storyline dealt with the supervillain Nekron (the embodiment of death) as he reincarnated all the dead heroes in a Black Lantern army to wreak predictable havoc. It was basically a great way for DC to jump on the zombie craze and it was extremely successful. There were eight series of action figures, several coinciding Green Lantern waves, and three waves from the follow-up series, Brightest Day. Wonder Woman briefly became a Black Lantern after she and several other heroes were "killed" by Nekron and instantly turned into lanterns. Her role as a Black Lantern was very short, and since she wasn't dead for more than a split second, she's not one of the rotting gory lanterns, but rather the same old Diana with a creepy color palette. This figure is excellent. The Karen Palinko sculpt is beautiful and this dark version of Wonder Woman is a great addition to your Amazon collection. Let's check her out below!
Wonder Woman comes with a figure stand featuring the Black Lantern symbol and a lasso (which is just a piece of black craft string).
Here are a couple images of Black Lantern Wonder Woman.
My figure had a mild production flaw. Wonder Woman's hair is made of a really soft pliable plastic (very unlike most DC Direct figures), and in the packaging, the black paint of the hair (or maybe the plastic itself) left black marks on her back.
Time for a Comparison Pic!