Wonder Woman is a timeless character, though she might not be my favorite, there’s always going to be people who hear the name and think of a certain look. Jim Lee’s redesign for the New 52 was good, sure, it looked like how someone might expect Wonder Woman to look and yet had a bit of an updated flair to it. The work that Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang, among others, put into the initial Wonder Woman series was stellar and, to my own surprise, I really enjoyed it, but never once was I concerned or driven to mindless rage because of her outfit. It was about how the character acted and how she was written that truly matter to me. Sure, it was visually a very well put together book and will undoubtedly go down as one of my favorite versions of Wonder Woman, but the story is what really pulled me in. If they had this new leather-clad Wonder Woman in the story, I would feel the exact same way about it because it doesn’t matter what she wears. She could put on a pair of comfortable sweats and an old hoodie for all I care; she’s still a badass who will knock your damn head off.