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Artist Jen Bartel shows off ‘Immortal Wonder Woman’ character design

Check out Jen Bartel’s ‘Immortal Wonder Woman’ designs.

World-renowned artist Jen Bartel took to Twitter today to reveal her character designs for the upcoming Immortal Wonder Woman series. Immortal Wonder Woman is by Becky Cloonan, Michael W. Conrad, and Jen Bartel and is set in the DC Future State event. DC Future State kicks off January 2021.

The designs are wicked, with an eclectic mix of colors, styles, and weaponry between the characters. Now, what are all their names?

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Check out Jen Bartel’s designs below.

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The upcoming series DC Future State is a two-month, line-wide event beginning in January that gives fans a glimpse at possible futures of the DC universe, exploring the enduring legacy of DC Super Heroes.

Also in Immortal Wonder Woman is a backup by L.L. McKinney, Alitha E. Martinez, and Mark Morales featuring Nubia. We had the scoop on that earlier today which featured the character design. Check that out!

Are you excited for DC Future State? Sound off in the comments.

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