- South Asian WW in a (shortened) sari and leggings. Really, how can anyone fight in full skirts?
- Central Asian WW in a salwar kamez (knee length tunic, long pants) with golden lasso as the scarf
- Korean WW in a shortened hanbok, with pants
- Vietnamese WW in ao dai (like a Chinese cheongsam but with higher slits up the side and long pants)
- Nigerian style top and skirt set, but shorter skirt. And maybe leggings. I'm thinking of Precious Ramotswe as Wonder Woman.
- Zoe would be easiest, just change the colors of her usual outfit and add the golden lasso instead of mare's leg gun.
- Inara would be pretty easy too. Again, take a usual outfit, change colors, add a WW details and you're done. Plus we also know she can use a sword and bow and arrow.
- River would already has boots. I'd put her in big baggy top, skirt, leggings, boots.
- Kaylee would be hardest. I'm going to have to think about her outfit.
- gold headband with star
- golden lasso
- WW logo somewhere
- a few more stars
The colors would be red on top, blue skirt or black leggings/pants, stars in gold or silver, cuffs in gold or silver.
I want to try reading more comics, and will start with the New X-men. I'm looking for strong female characters of color. And mutant-ness is a pretty transparent analog to discrimination in the real world, so I like that. I've asked Dean Trippe (editor of P:Rooftop) for recommendations and he recommended the New X-men. Also asked Glenn Weldon on NPR and he recc'ed the Runaways, which I have already read. I'm looking forward to the movie, but I hope they don't whitewash Nico like they did Avatar the Last Airbender and may do with Akira.
ETA: watching Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths on Netflix watch instantly. I think I like the Superheroes more for the visual style rather than the plot. Enjoying the costumes, enjoying picturing Mark Harmon (who I watch as Gibbs on NCIS) doing the voice of Superman, enjoying Gina Torres as Superwoman, and the Flash as I guess comic relief.
Also, been reading Gunnerkrigg Court, a webcomic. Got volume 1 from the library then read the rest on line. I find the artwork is very important to me. If I don't enjoy the visual style, then I'm just going to have a hard time reading the comic. And I like a certain amount of stylization.