Then came Bruce Timm and the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoon series. Timm's stories made Wonder Woman once again a fantastic character full of heroics and humanism. He walked the line very well with Diane making her one of my favorite characters on the show. She wasn't just relevant within the Trinity, she was relevant in her own right. Diane was powerful, smart, compassionate, beautiful, humorous, intimidating and kind.
Ben Caldwell's fresh, new take on Wonder Woman has circulated in and around the Internet. Caldwell bring us a young and hip and continuity free, Wonder Woman packaged in a digest size format. His Wonder Woman is very cartoony (think Skottie Young) with a skew toward the generally female friendly Manga style.
DC needs to take a good hard look (or another good hard look) at Caldwell's take on the Amazon Princess. In my opinion, this new look and story(s) will bring in new young readers and bring back those of us that have always enjoyed Wonder Woman but have lost faith in her stories over the years.
I have posted some of Caldwell's Wonder Woman art that has been floating around the Internet for your enjoyment. Please take a look and let me know if you agree with me that his take could re-energize this once fantastic character.