The city of Burbank proudly announces the addition of an awe-inspiring tribute to the legendary DC Super Hero, Wonder Woman. Standing tall at an impressive seven-and-a-half feet, this magnificent bronze statue, weighing over 600 pounds, now graces the entrance to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, embodying Wonder Woman’s enduring legacy and unwavering commitment to truth, justice, and peace.
Crafted with meticulous artistry and precision by the skilled artisans at Burbank’s esteemed American Fine Arts Foundry and Fabrication, this masterpiece is a testament to the timeless collaboration between vision and craftsmanship. Based on the visionary design by acclaimed DC Comics artist Jenny Frison, the statue captures the essence of Wonder Woman’s strength and grace, solidifying her place in the heart of the city.
The unveiling ceremony, attended by AFA’s CEO Brett Barney, Angele Meza and local dignitaries including Burbank Mayor Konstantine Anthony, Pam Lifford, President, Global Brands, Franchises and Experiences, Jim Lee, DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher, and “Wonder Woman 1984” Director Patty Jenkins, marked a significant milestone in Burbank’s rich history within the entertainment industry.
Visit Burbank, the city’s destination marketing organization, takes pride in being the official sponsor of this enduring tribute. In celebration of the statue’s unveiling, Visit Burbank, in collaboration with DC Comics, will release limited editions of the comic book “Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace,” written by Burbank resident Amanda Diebert with art by Aaron Lopresti.