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|EternBoyX||Posted: 30/6/2012, 09:36|
For a teenage boy, such an obsession could be understood.
But David Arquette, at 40, has taken his love of Wonder Woman to soaring new heights.
The actor was apparently so drawn to a vintage comic strip of the warrior princess he's had it tattooed on his ribs.
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Undercover: Bethenny Frankel gets a peek at David Arquette's latest tattoo - a comic of Wonder Woman - on her daytime talk show on Thursday
It's worth noting at this point that Arquette himself admitted that one of the reasons his marriage to Courteney Cox ended is because she wanted him to grow up.
Arquette, appearing on Bethenny Frankel's new daytime chat show, was asked by the host if he had any new artwork to reveal.
The actor admitted he had 'a lot of new tattoos' inked recently. But one was more prominent than the rest.
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Lifting up his shirt, Arquette revealed the black etching, which he had done in May - fittingly by the first artist to ink him when he was a teen.
'It's from an old Wonder Woman comic,' he said.
Newest addition: The actor admitted he had 'a lot of new tattoos' inked recently - but this one seems to be the most prominent
The sketch, which appears to be about a foot long, and half as wide, features an outline of Wonder Woman hoisted into the air by four men as she points her finger to the sky and makes a profound declaration.
Above the fictional Amazonian bombshell, a text bubble reads: 'It takes real character to admit one's failures - and not a little wisdom to take your profits from defeat, but remember, this man's world of yours will never be without pain and suffering until it learns love, and respect for human rights. Keep your hands extended to all in friendliness but never holding the gun of persecution and intolerance!'
One of the men says: 'You're wonderful angel!'
The etching somehow seems to be fitting for Arquette, who seems to champion feminist ideals - at least theatrically.
Last week, the actor opened up his new West Hollywood nightclub club, Bootsy Bellows, named for his mother Brenda's burlesque moniker.
New venture: Arquette poses at his newly-opened club, Bootsy Bellows, last week in West Hollywood. The club is named for his mother's burlesque moniker
The latest addition to his collection of tattoos is said to have come shortly after Arquette signed divorce papers as he sought an official end to his marriage to Courteney Cox.
Reports suggested the actor held on to the papers for several weeks before the former couple filed documents earlier this month.
Both parties cited irreconcilable differences when filing their respective papers within one minute of each other.
The filings came two years after they formally separated and just days before their 13th wedding anniversary.
The couple got together after meeting of the set of the first Scream film in 1995 and married in 1999.
They formally separated in October 2010.
The couple remained on good terms, with Courteney and Coco supporting David when he appeared on Dancing On with The Stars last year.
Since their split, David had a short romance with TV presenter Christina McLarty, while Courteney has remained single.
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