Monday, July 27, 2020

Infinite Crisis - WONDER GIRL!

DC Comics Infinite Crisis - Series 2: Donna Troy Wonder Girl - DC Direct 2007

This figure and I have a past. Way back in 2007, I ran to my comic shop the day of her release and picked up both her and the Donna Troy (black starfield costume). I had been waiting excitedly since their solicitation months prior. But in person, I didn't love them. I took them home, opened them up, posed, re-posed, re-re-posed... I just couldn't make them look good. They both had cocked-hip contrapposto sculpts, which isn't my favorite thing in the world, but sculptor Sam Greenwell is a pro at making it look great. The problem was the arms. They stick out at an unnatural angle and are way too long. Even the fingers are significantly longer than they should be. I blame almost all of this on the engineering and not necessarily the sculpt. I eventually sold both of them because I didn't like seeing them on my shelf. But we all know how this story goes.. ten years later I regretted the sale and began hunting her again. I'm much more accepting these days (although she still stays in the back row). Let's check her out below!

Wonder Girl's history is a muddy one. I believe this particular figure released for this particular storyline represents Wonder Girl when they realized that she is a magical clone of Wonder Woman and Hippolyta officially accepts her as a member of Themyscira.

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here are my Donna action figures all together: DC Universe Classics, DC Direct (Crisis), and DC Direct (Silver Age).

Here are all my red-star costume Wonder Girls together. From Left to Right: Heroclix Crisis, Mattel DCUC, HeroClix Teen Titans, DCD Teen Titans PVC, DCD Women of the DCU Bust, DCD Silver Age, Heroclix Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary, and DCD Infinite Crisis.


1 comment:

  1. Beautiful figure! I'm a big fan of those older DC Direct figures :)