Q:Hi! I'm a big comic book fan but I never find a series to follow and always end up buying special issues or compilations... Do you recommend me any comic series to follow that's good and of course in wich I can see my two favorite superheroes? Thank you! P.S. I'm from Spain and I always look for something Superman/wonderwoman related in the comic stores but I never find anything!
There is the Superman and Wonder Woman comic series going on right now! Written by Charles Soule and drawn by Tony S Daniel. So far there have been five issues out with #6 coming out next week. We highly recommend it.
Then there is the Justice League series written by Geoff Johns. You can pick the first 3 volumes up as graphic novels. Those feature Superman and Wonder Woman and is the rebooted verse the new DVD movie Justice League War is based on.
I am sure what you might need can be ordered off Amazon or bought digitally from Comixology. If you check our tumblr archive you will be able to see we have featured the comics with Superman and Wonder Woman.
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Q:Why did the creator(s) of the JL show try to put WW with BM anyway? It was off and it made WW seem like an innocent school girl trying to get the cool bad boy's attention. I didn't like it.
Well in the Timm verse, Batgirl, Zatanna, Lois ( yes even Lois) Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Catwoman in addition to Diana in the JL/U series were all depicted by that creative team as attracted to Batman. Heck even Amanda Waller was fangirling over him in the JL/U Epilogue episode. In other comics and verses we have Black Canary, Talia, Sasha Bordeaux, Orion’s wife Becca, Vicki Vale, Silver St Cloud, Jezebel Jet and more attracted to him.
One reason we read is because they personally did not like the SM/WW pairing ( which had way more development in the comics…Batman/Wonder Woman really was never a ship until the cartoon) They had likened Clark and Diana getting together as the cheerleader and the Captain of the football team getting together. Which in our opinion was a very short sighted assessment of both characters. Diana, the cheerleader? Really, what a weird analogy. Class president or head of the debate or sport team maybe. But Batman the most popular character and Bruce Timm’s favorite having all the ladies falling for him somehow made more sense apparently.
Diana flirting with Batman in that series seemed her main role and in our opinion it was done rather poorly. Diana did all the chasing and what was ironic she actually became Batman’s “cheerleader”. Batman, meanwhile, was the moody badass who was smarter than everyone and for a human he bizarrely could move like a meta. Bruce Timm was on record to say they had little ideas what to do with her. She had little development when it came to her character progressing in comparison to Hawkgirl. She also never truly got to shine alongside the boys where it mattered. eg Destroyer. She was not even good enough to take on Darkseid. But Batman was there dodging omega beams. Compare Wonder Woman in that Justice League cartoon to the new Justice League War and see which Diana truly gets shown to be the equal of the guys.
In a nut shell, personal bias and not knowing what to really do with Wonder Woman.
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