Yeah, we have already discussed this, and this is all okay and natural to me ( as Greg Weisman also pointed out) the similarities are not so easily to track/interpret ( not even by himself). As I have already explained, time and time again, however, the design parallels ARE NOT the sole factors taken into account here, but I'll not repeat the same things already stated just for the sake of it.
Originally Posted by Theozilla
And it's not too much trouble to emphasize: I wasnt't the only person that seemed to think that Wonder Woman and Queen Bee were suspiciously alike in the Cartoon. Queen Bee was changed to the extent that, at the first glance, nobody would have recognized her without the aid of Batman's profile added to the JLA's screens. I, myself, have watched the episode with the profile appearing but have forgotten entirely that particular piece when viewing the new Second Season trailer.
And, whatever might have been our respective opinions, IMO, to change/adulterate/edit a pre-existing picture posted in the WEB as if skin colour was the only element commented is to distort reality without warrant for rhetoric's sake.
Originally Posted by Xenith
As I've said, hopefully, time will tell what was already intentional and what was coincidental/unconscious in this case and, maybe, many others.
However, we must here emphasize that, given the nature of the beast, the disclosure of much of backstage information related to Wonder Woman's characters/backgrounds is, as stated before, politicaly incorrect and, because of this, is not suitable to be discussed openly by media professionals.
Especialy, and undestandably so, when these professionals are connected to corporative characters that are part of the fabric of shared universes developed during 70+ years, a very long time during which societies change and mutate, becoming unrecognizable and mutualy non-empathizable to groups of people that are looking to the same issues from quite distinct perspectives.
Last edited by PauloIapetus; 05-16-2012 at 09:02 AM.