DC Comics Debuts New Costumes for Superman, Wonder Woman

Thu, March 12th, 2015 at 9:43am PDT | Updated: March 12th, 2015 at 2:59pm

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Stephen Gerding, Senior Editor

This June, Superman and Wonder Woman join Batman in entering DC Comics' new era with new looks.

Artist Aaron Kuder's cover for "Action Comics" #41, debuting today on Nerdist, gives a clean look at Superman's new duds, a throwback to the outfit Clark sported in Grant Morrison/Rags Morales' run on the title in 2012. Additionally, our hero's fists are wrapped and bloodied, indicating that perhaps his current 24-hour frame of powerlessness and vulnerability isn't quite that short.

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Paulo Siqueira's cover for "Superman/Wonder Woman" #18, revealed on Uproxx, also show's Superman's new look, while debuting a new uniform for Wonder Woman that appears to be a significant departure from her classic costume.

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Then, via HitFix, we have David Finch's debut of Wonder Woman's costume in full, along with a shot of the new-look Superman facing down the post-"Convergence" armored Batman courtesy of Ardian Syaf's "Batman/Superman" cover.

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Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #41 cover (L) and Paulo Siqueira's cover for "Superman/Wonder Woman" #18

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David Finch debuts Wonder Woman's look, while Ardian Syaf illustrates a world's finest face off for "Batman/Superman" #21

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