Sideshow’s long-awaited Wonder Woman Premium Format™ Figure is arriving soon and we can’t wait to unleash the Amazon princess into Fan’s…er, Man’s World. Meanwhile, we thought it’d be fun to throw a Lasso of Truth around the creators of the piece, and host an official Q&A about the making of Wonder Woman.
Before we get started, let’s meet the team:
His autobiography would be called: “Of Bread and Meat”
Favorite scene from any movie is: From Maltese Falcon where Sam Spade is talking about despite having never liked his partner, there is a code and he must avenge his partner anyway.
He admires Wonder Woman because: Diana truly loves everyone in the world, and will do everything she can to protect them at all costs.
Every time he goes to Disneyland: He sits in the Tiki Room and dreams of a studio filled with collected artifacts surrounded by rain and storm effects.
His role model is: General Joshua Chamberlain, a defiant amalgam of determination, dedication and perseverance.
He admires Wonder Woman because: She’s the comic book representation of Leonidas of Sparta. Hard, uncompromising, and defiant in a world set against her.
‘Schu’ hails from: Cincinnati but I’ve lived in LA since ’93.
The last thing he watched was: Probably some horribly awesome Italian horror film or post-apocalyptic 80’s B movie.
He admires Wonder Woman’s: Inner strength, physical strength and strong will.
The last thing he watched was: The Game of Thrones intro, for the 1 billionth viewing.
His perfect work environment would be: Surrounded by awesome bad-asses that are smart and ambitious, life-size Venoms flanking a standing desk with 3 screens, a coffee fountain within 20 feet, jars of bacon everywhere, internet access, and private individual bathrooms.
He admires Wonder Woman after: Seeing the animated film by Lauren Montgomery. Go watch it if you haven’t seen it, now, RIGHT MEOW!