Jor-El built the ship and picked the planet he would go to. In many adaptations it is Jor-El's voice that speaks to Clark through the fortress, and to hear from Lara is a rare thing indeed.Superman got a one way ticket, even in the New 52 Superman has only learned about his own parents long after he's moved to Metropolis.
And all of these points are fine and dandy. But your own arguments here demonstrate the point I am making. Male heroes guided shaped and motivated in some way by their dads. But what of the point I raised earlier that Lois Lane's dominant parent is her father Sam? Carol Danvers joined the air force acting out againt the wishes her chauvanist father. She-Hulk got her powers from her cousin Bruce. Scarlett Witch's father is Magneto, and her mother is almost never mentioned, being less a character than a plot point. Etc etc.And yes, Thor's relationship with mother is rarely touched upon...because she happens to be one of the Elder Goddess and is rarely seen as it is. Not to mention Thor happens to come from a world thats traditionally male-fixated like the Amazons are female-fixated. Unlike the Amazons however, there actually is the other sex in the world of the vikings.
Its nice to hear someone fron the opposing side of the argument admit itIt seems more like you, and the others you speak of, are simply unable to accept there is suddenly a man involved in her creation. And that from now on, everything she does will be thanks to him.
Mmmm, thats a dangerous argument. One could argue that in so many bad ways. But the point is that just because you dont see the problem with not having enough life boats doenst mean there isn't one.Thats not a problem with the story or Diana, its your perception thats broke.
No, it is Azzarello's Diana drawing on extra powers added on in this new version from her alleged father. Whether or not he is actually on panel.Diana does not grow a massive beard or a pair of nuts whenever she goes into god-mode, nor does Zeus magically appear to turn her off and on or sort out her problems. God-mode is Diana drawing on her own power when it is needed.