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    Default Wonder Woman at Monster High, and other strange places

    Between the blizzard and my cardiologist telling me I couldn't go out and shovel -meaning I couldn't get out at all- I was stuck in the house skimming through the channels and continuing my never ending project of transferring my old VHS tapes to dvd. Some programs I haven't seen or thought of in years and some I didn't know existed today. Monster High I thought was kinda cute, media driven though it was and I thought it'd be nice to see Diana in that setting somehow. That and Wild Thornberries, Thundercats, Totally Spies, WITCH...

    When you're stuck in side all day you think strange thoughts...

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    Monster High is making goth popular among young girls.

    Is that a good or bad thing?
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    It is? I thought it a cute cartoon series with a catchy theme song, but no more than that. Monster High and WITCH are two shows that first got my attention through their theme songs. WITCH has a great guitar riff start and Monster High was just cute.
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    I love monster high. I don't know if Wonder Woman would fit with the show but I can totally see an Amazon student works with the show.

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    Almost all of the characters are feminized versions of classic monsters. I guess they could have a giant amazon take off on Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.

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    I'm a big fan of Monster High and its use of monsterology. Wonder Woman herself has a spoof doll called "Wonder Wolf," which is one of the characters named Clawdeen Wolf in a superhero costume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssane View Post
    I'm a big fan of Monster High and its use of monsterology. Wonder Woman herself has a spoof doll called "Wonder Wolf," which is one of the characters named Clawdeen Wolf in a superhero costume.
    Really? Have an image of that?

    I've been scanning youtube and I'm surprised at the mix of traditional animate and 3d animation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_S View Post
    Really? Have an image of that?

    I've been scanning youtube and I'm surprised at the mix of traditional animate and 3d animation.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wookiew...23/8353888420/

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    That is cute. One thing I have noticed on youtube is that there is a lot of videos using dolls. Future filmmakers.

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