Jim Lee Wonder Woman Sketch Auction For Charity

If I had a couple thousand dollars sitting around I would totally buy this sketch!!  Jim Lee’s done a pencil and ink drawing of Wonder Woman that’s currently being auctioned off on eBay to raise money for the Emmanuel Dream Foundation.  All of the money goes towards building a school for the disabled in Ghana, which seems like a very worthy cause.  Let’s check it out:


I really dig this sketch.  First off, the tiara has the classic look instead of that whacked out, complicated thing Jim Lee was doing in Justice League.  The classic tiara is so much better.  Second, Jim Lee always sticks to the simple bracelets, which is fun too.  Third, she’s all weaponed up!!  I enjoy a well armed Wonder Woman.

All together, it’s a really great piece, and whoever wins it is going to be super lucky to have it.  If any of you have piles of money, love Wonder Woman, and want to support a good cause, there’s still two days left on the auction.  It’s at $2,025 right now.  Raid your bank accounts, cash out your investment, and pick up this fantastic piece of art!!


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3 Responses to “Jim Lee Wonder Woman Sketch Auction For Charity”

  1. Karl Says:

    Very nice.
    Although Im not exactly a fan of WW arming herself with swords and axes and the like, this makes for a very good sketch.
    I particularly like the juxtaposition of her classic tiara with her new duds – I wish the old tiara could come back. Team it up with red boots and we have a suitable mix of her classic look and her current costume.
    Im going to put in a bid for £150 pounds [dont know what that is in American dollars] to try for a bid for it.

    • Tim Hanley Says:

      Yeah, I don’t mind the new outfit anymore. It’s grown on me. I didn’t like Jim Lee’s take on the tiara in Justice League, but Cliff Chiang’s been drawing it in the classic style since the relaunch and Tony Daniel and Ivan Reis have been doing the same since Lee left Justice League. Hopefully it’s officially the style now!

  2. Your Senior Drill Instructor Says:

    I’ve come to the realization that Jim Lee’s art no longer stimulates me.

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