"People don't actually like Wonder Woman. They like the idea in their head of what a "wonder woman" ought to be, which usually bears little resemblance to the character in the comics." - JKCarrier
Shame on you, Chris Claremont! Even Storm put up a better fight against Dracula, and you allowed Wonder Woman to get skewered by a no-name vampire!
Who needs CoTM when you can have a Skullie?
I am Tangent Man! I do not care!
My biggest concern about the inclusion of Captain Marvel in the Justice League, is that Diana will lose what little hold she has over the "magic" niche. If they are both magical beings, and Captain Marvel is mightier than her, then all she really will be is "the girl". It is one thing to choose to be "the girl", and another thing all together to be incapable of anything else.
They really have got things wrong over the years, hopefully things are changing with her female animation and Morrison's WonderWoman EarthOne
does the the New 52 count?
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She's an idiot plot device to hinder and then help Superman.
Also Johns' portrayal of her in Justice League.
Desaad: Guess they found out [Mr. Mastermind] was Holmes?
ABH-1979: Really? I don't think so. I actually liked Holmes...
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Seriously, there are FAR more offensive portrayals of WW than that, Outsider. Actual offensive portrayals.
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:rubs temples: This fact is so frequently ignored but here we go again...Johns portrayal of Wonder Woman has nothing to do with Superman, and everything to do with that just being the way he writes her, going all the way back to the mid 2000's. But lets blame it on a romantic pair-up anyway because its icky.
As for offenses, I'm offended when she's not drawn with flowing curly hair. Its a lost art.
Last edited by Sacred Knight; 08-07-2013 at 09:43 PM.