Earlier today we spotlighted the new Wonder Woman Chuck Taylors. But with spring in the air, the ornamental crabapple blooming, and weather warming everywhere, maybe it is time to think of lounging by the pool. And if you favor a star-spangled posterior, Spencer Gifts has just the stuff for you: Wonder Woman and Supergirl bikinis.



BTW, is that Wonder Woman model wearing lipstick in the special “Spencer Gifts” shade of neon red?

For the younger (or less showy) set, there’s also a line of “cape tee”, including this Wonder Woman outfit:



There’s much more in the DC Comics section of Spencer, including slankets, socks, underwear, tumblers and something called a “fake taper”—illusory ear spikes.

Via Gregory Dickens.


  1. Is that… a T-shirt with an actual cape attached? That is the most awesomely awesome thing ever.

    I need one bad. Though preferably not one of a female superhero.

  2. @Niels – and – FAN BOY ALERT – Wonder Woman doesn’t wear a cape!

    Ah… whatevs. It is kinda cool tho. Kinda weird to see young girls walking around with drawn on boobs, tho. Why not just do the logo?

  3. @Brady, have you seen the boys’ shirts with drawn-on pecs? Same “idea” (for want of a better term), I guess.

    @Joseph; Yes, ours too! :=0

  4. Yeah, the wonder woman *cape* thing is odd, but I get that it sends the *superhero* message. Nonetheless, I’d rather see it on a Robin design.

    Nonetheless, kudos for marketing.

    So where’s the Wonder Woman movie to help sell all this merch? Hahah!

  5. Wonder Woman most certainly has worn capes in her time in the public eye. The old dolls, Linda Carter’s version, the Perez version. It’s not the standard – but it has been out there.

  6. @Joseph Ha, ha… agrees.

    I hadn’t seen the drawn on pecs. Tho I guess I have seen the fake muscle super hero suits at Halloween. Those are weird. I think we have the nipple Batman movies to blame for those. Yech.

    And, it is true. Wonder Woman has been seen in a cape lots of times in ceremonial things. Like I said, “Whatevs.” It’s cool.

    I think maybe I have seen a Robin version of the caped t-shirt somewhere, in fact. Maybe. I could be making that up.

  7. @Brian: I was able to get my 5 year old a WW T-shirt at Superherostuff.com. They should have stuff for 8 year olds too.

    I am surprised they don’t have a WW one piece, since that is essentially what she wears.

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