Wonder Woman: "Men always make a mess out of everything"
Jim Lee and Frank Miller, Published by DC Comics, Batman and Robin All Stars #5
Frank Miller gives Wonder Woman a dramatic entrance to the meeting where she and Superman will argue over what's to be done about Batman and his rather poor publicity control.
Miller and Lee stage Wonder Woman's approach as both a revelation about a well-known comic book character and her secret thoughts, and something almost like the ballyhoo employed for a celebrity about to go before the spotlights. The draped street coat pulled back to reveal the scanty outfit which is distorted from the original Moulton/H. G. Peter version by making it obviously too small is the bizarre counterpoint to Wonder Woman's vehement rant against the male species.
Miller is baiting the generic comic book fan with a 'bad attitude Wonder Woman', and Jim Lee is polishing the usual cheesecake approach into some other realm of superhero politics. With different text, this page would be business-as-usual since the emphasis is on the pure physical mechanics of superhero bodies, but coupled with Miller's text it seems to be a display of arrogance, self-loathing and unintentionally (intentionally?) funny.