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Subj: Re: Is The Warner/DC group going with comedy and more camp now?
Posted: Thu May 11, 2017 at 07:51:40 pm EDT (Viewed 121 times)
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This could be a welcome set up to the other movies, ans especially to tie into JLA film...

Hopefully, they somehow allow Steve trevor to age along with her, so maybe he can show up in present time, or maybe even his grandson with her?

And they do need to make her something other than a super woman, have super girl for that, so basing it on her gods and lagic and give her different powers, and allow her to be maybe themagical warrior, as Superman is the physical one?





It's unfortunate that modern Wonder Woman comics and now this film have borrowed so visibly from the Xena:Warrior Princess series, I will never approve of Wonder Woman carrying a sword as a daily accessory as it is a symbol of violence, confrontational, and being superpowerful already she simply doesn't need it.
But as you suggest by adding it to the film version it does distance her from being just another Superman/Supergirl strongwoman. The snag being that if she IS strong enough to stand her ground with a Superman or Doomsday then, once again, a sword is a strange and worryingly violent accessory to be using so visibly and with such familiarity. It makes as much sense as giving Supergirl a sword really - Why should she need it? or want it?







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