Promo Art Surfaces for Joss Whedon's WONDER WOMAN

Back in 2005, Avengers director Joss Whedon wrote a Wonder Woman script for Warner Bros. Unfortunately his version of the film never saw the light of day. But today some rare promotional art for the film he was developing has surfaced, and the original art is currently up sale for sale on eBay for a good cause.

Money is being raised for Clydene Nee, who is suffering from kidney failure. "The money will go to help support her healthcare and living expenses. Clydene has worked in the comic book industry and is a long time and loved member of the art community." She was also a San Diego Comic-Con volunteer who is instrumental in the continued existence of Artists' Alley.

The art was created by Adam Hughes, and apparently prints of it were given away at Comic-Con back in 2005. When talking about his version of Wonder Woman, Whedon had this to say in a previous interview:

"She was very powerful and very naïve about people. The fact that she was a goddess was how I eventually found my in to her humanity and vulnerability, because she would look at us and the way we kill each other and the way we let people starve and the way the world is run and she'd be like, 'None of this makes sense to me'."

It's a shame this movie never happened, but one day it will, and it probably won't be as good as what Whedon could have given us.

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