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Queen Boadicea Rallying Her Army

Queen Boadicea Rallying Her Army
"Wait and see, what justice can be, delivered by a woman, mightier than thee!

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I invite you to view my art gallery; video-clips libraries, links list, posts (including archives). You will also find individual artworks scattered about the blog; so, please browse the entire blog before leaving.

My blog is dedicated to women warriors everywhere. My site depicts women warriors from fantasy, myth, and history. See my "Table Of Contents" at the top left of the blog for easy navigation.

You are invited to comment on any post. You may also leave me comments or suggestions by clicking on any post. I do moderate all comments for appropriateness. Just click on "Comments" at the bottom of the post, fill out your comment, fill in the security code, and then click "Post". Older posts are in the "Blog Archives" located under the "Table Of Contents".

se of copyrighted works: All art images and sound clips used on the blog and websites owned by the blog are used under the provisions of "Fair Use" as defined by the U.S. Copyright Act Of 1976, Section 107. Any artist who wishes their work to be removed from the blog or its websites should reply with a Comment to any of the Posts on the blog.

Note: There are NO X-rated artworks or stories on this blog or its links.

"Amazons Vs. Greeks" Battle by David Saccheri (click pic for hi-res)

"Amazons Vs. Greeks" Battle by David Saccheri (click pic for hi-res)
"You abduct our freakin' queen, steal our bleedin' horses, and then you have the cheek to ask us women to go out with ya?"

Saturday, April 18, 2009

"Wonder Woman - 2009" movie: video clip

If you haven't rented the new "Wonder Woman - 2009" movie, you are missing a real treat. It's an awesome animated work with some great Amazon battles. I think this movie is the finest "Wonder Woman" ever done. Please click on this post's title to view the first ten minutes of the movie.

You will enjoy watching Queen Hippolyta and her Amazon army battle the war god, Ares, and his army of thugs and creatures. It's not the greatest video capture, but it was the only one on You Tube that had the Amazon battle opening sequence. I placed this video in the "Video Library". I also have the gladiatrix fight from this movie in the "Video Library". I hope that you enjoy this movie.


Michelle said...

I have recently seen this latest version of Wonder Woman and I absolutely loved it! Having grown up watching Lynda Carter (THE WONDERWOMAN)on televison and also the Superfriends, I just couldn't wait to watch this adaptation. It was so much more than I had expected!

Wolfy said...

Michelle, thanks for your kind comment about my Wonder Woman clip. I hope that you will also enjoy my entire library of women-warrior video clips. Please see my Table of Contents for the link to my video library.

Ron Miller said...

While I'm flattered that you like my artwork enough to copy it onto your blog (although without credit) I'm afraid that it is not in the public domain. The mere fact of an artwork appearing online does not place it in the public domain---something a great many people are unaware of. If you will attach the proper copyright notice ((c) Ron Miller, used with permission) I won't have any problem with your use of the art. By the bye, you should probably take a close look at what the US Copyright Office considers "fair usage". I'm pretty sure it's not what you think it is.

Thanks very much,
Ron Miller

Werewolfking said...

Ron, first of all, D.C. Comics owns the copyright to "Wonder Woman - 2009", so where do you get off claiming to be the artist? This is video is an authorized video clip for public release and is freely distributed. It fall within "Fair Use" as the studio has given permission for it to be used to promote the movie.

As for you claiming to be an expert on "Fair Use", I've never had an artist complain about my use of their art as long as they can prove they do own it. I always give credit to artists if I know who owns it, so I encourage artists to sign their work. "Fair Use" is very complicated, but Google is very supportive of this issue and encourages the promotion of "Fair Use".

As long as artists are given credit for their work, and the blog is non-commercial and doesn't have the work on permanent display, then that work falls within "Fair Use". This concept has been upheld by the U.S. Federal Court Of Appeals. I only upload low-res versions and make no money from my blog. I do provide exposure to artists who otherwise would never have their art seen.

"Wolfy's Howl" Blog News

I recently switched from cable Net to DSL Net so I lost my access to my previous ISP's FTP server. Therefore, as my photo-stories and short-story libraries were hosted on the FTP server, I had to delete both libraries. I hope that most of you had a chance to read these stories. Sadly, I haven't found a way to put them back on the blog.


One of my biggest problems with art collecting is authors not signing their work. While I sometimes use unsigned art, I also would like to give the artist credit. So, if anybody thinks they know the artist of any unknown picture here, please leave me a comment on any of my posts. Thanks.

Thanks to everybody for making the blog a success.


Artist: White Coma

A Gladiatrix Speaks Out:

"[Men tell women it's not ladylike to wield a sword.] Well, ever the man in men! Let a woman know her place: let her milk and spin and sew and bake and bear children, not look upon her threshold or the command of her lord and master! Bah! I spit on you all!

There is no man alive who can face me with weapons and live, and before I die, I'll prove it to the world. Women! Cows! Slaves! Whimpering, cringing serfs, crouching to blows ...

Ha! You deny me a place among men? By God, I'll live as I please and die as God wills, but if I'm not fit to be a man's comrade, at least I'll be no man's mistress."

From: The Encylopedia Of Amazons, by Jessica Amanda Salmanson, p. 4.

"Close Quarters" by Bodak

"Close Quarters" by Bodak
"Not in strength are we inferior to men; the same our eyes, our limbs the same; one common light we see, one air we breathe, nor different is the food we eat. What then has heaven denied to us that the Gods have bestowed on men"? "Aethiops" by Quintus Smyrnus

Topless Duel

Topless Duel
Artist: Galerie Alter Meister, 1905


To download picture, right-click mouse on image, click "Save Picture As", name file, click "Save". All artworks here were downloaded from free galleries and are considered to be "Fair Use" as described above. My thanks to all artists who contributed to those galleries.

I have a huge and expanding collection of art and update this "Rotating Gallery" monthly.

"Last Charge Of The Amazons"

"Last Charge Of The Amazons"
Artist: Zpapageo

"Death Of Camilla" (Aenaeid)

"Death Of Camilla" (Aenaeid)
Artist: Maicar Forlag (Liebig Museum)


Artist: TalonGE

"Dragon Slayer"

"Dragon Slayer"
Source: wallpapers.net

"Neighborhood Watch"

"Neighborhood Watch"
Artist: Chris Achilleos