See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in action

It looks like NBC has ditched Wonder Woman's heinous shiny blue pleather pants and boots. Thank goodness. Actress Adrianne Palicki was spotted filming David E. Kelley's new series in a slightly modified Wonder Woman costume. What do you think?

You remember the American Apparel shiny leggings disaster that was the first ever Wonder Woman costume picture? Thankfully, these images from the Wonder Woman set look a lot better. So what's changed? The colors have been muted, the boots have been made into flats, the boots are also red (the proper color), the pants have been toned down tremendously, and you can now see the stars on the side of her costume.

It's not there yet, but it's a small improvement. We'd still like to see the top made into something that a woman could actually run in. We know there was a lot of backlash around Jim Lee's Wonder Woman redesign, but we'd really like to give Diana Prince a little jacket, or some shoulder straps.

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

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See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Photo Credit: Wenn.com

See the new and improved Wonder Woman costume in actionS

Here's the infamous DC redesign costume on the left, we ask you is it really all that bad. Also included is a redesign toony look from Katie Cook. Now that's the kind of support we're talking about!