Concept art shows what Paradise Island would have looked like in David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman

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David E. Kelley's much-maligned Wonder Woman series for NBC is dead and buried — but that hasn't stopped us from talking about it like some terrible accident you can't turn away from. A new batch of concept art has surfaced, showing off superlady Diana's hometown, Paradise Island. Along with a shot of Steve Trevor giving Wonder Woman a chin bump. Sigh.

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Illustration for article titled Concept art shows what Paradise Island would have looked like in David E. Kelleys emWonder Woman/em

The illustrations were created by storyboard artist Tim Burgard. We're especially glad we missed this love scene as it was compared to "Carrie and Big" in a few early scripts.

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Illustration for article titled Concept art shows what Paradise Island would have looked like in David E. Kelleys emWonder Woman/em

The second bit of art was designed by Court Chu, these were the mutated Super Soldier's Wonder Woman had to fight in the pilot.

So what do you think — happy we didn't get the Sex in the City Wonder Woman series?

[via Comic Book Movie]

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lightninglouie
lightninglouie

Looks sort of like the awesomely cheeseball illustrations depicting the Butlerian Jihad and the Fall of the Thinking Machines in the three-hour "Alan Smithee/Judas Booth" cut of Dune that ran in syndication in the late '80s.