The logo of the popular superhero character has a history of creating controversy, with critics calling it sexist and inaccurate.
The logo was designed by an Italian-born designer and graphic designer, Luciano Visconti, who also designed the “Star Wars” and “Batman” films.
The graphic designer who designed the logo for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Wonder Woman says he created the design as a “rebranding” of the movie franchise.
“I’ve always liked the design,” Visconto told New Scientist, “because it’s so beautiful and so bold, so strong and so clear.
I always liked how she looks in her outfit, and I wanted to be a part of that.”
Visconi has said that his intention was to “re-create” the Wonder Woman character, a role he played in the films from 1984 to 1987.
The superhero is a popular character in the comics and is often portrayed as a young woman who fights crime, but also has an alter-ego that can be used to save the world.
In recent years, Wonder Woman has been criticized for its portrayal of women.
In a tweet this week, actress Gal Gadot said that Wonder Woman is “not for everyone,” and added: “I don’t want to be Wonder Woman, I want to fight.”
The actress also called Wonder Woman’s “heroic” stance “insensitive.”
“Wonder Woman is a woman who wears a cape, wears a helmet, and wields a sword.
But we’ve been trained for thousands of years not to see her as a hero.
And I’m not going to be one,” she said.
Gadot is not the only woman to voice concerns about the “Wonder Women” logo.
“WonderWomen” creator and executive producer Joss Whedon tweeted a photo of his shirt with a sign reading, “Why is the Wonder Women logo so important?” and a hashtag “#WomenAreWonder.”
“This logo is part of a cultural revolution that is taking place in the world of pop culture,” Whedon said in a statement.
“This is a reminder of how a woman is seen and how she is represented by a company, that we are part of the larger cultural fabric.
I’m proud to be part of it.”
The logo, which was designed to be both bold and “a symbol of empowerment,” has been widely mocked, with many saying that it is not a “good look.”
“It’s an icon, it’s a symbol, it represents a lot of stuff that isn’t so great,” says writer and director Jennifer Todd, who directed the Wonderwoman movie.
“It represents this idea that women can do anything, and that’s just not true,” Todd added.
“We are human beings, and we can do great things.
The problem is that these are women.”