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Honest Trailers – Wonder Woman

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How Wonder Woman Should Have Ended

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Opening with Wonder Woman and Etta Candy fighting off a group of super-villains and bounty hunters (including Cheshire, Plastique, Cat Eye, and Abolith), Wonder Woman #29 eventually reveals the reason for the attack and why someone wants the Amazon, dead or alive.

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“Heart of the Amazon” continues with David Messina taking over the artistic duties for Mirka Andolfo. There’s a noticeable change in style between the pair, and I can’t help but feel a bit letdown by the change. Following her friend’s injury, Diana vows to help Etta Candy recover after the government agent is released from the hospital. Still guilty over not being able to protect her friend from harm, Diana’s day isn’t going to get any better when an assassin shows up targeting the Amazon and putting Etta in further danger.

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Wonder Woman #27 picks up immediately following the events of the previous issue with Diana protecting an entire room full of people from a bomb. Racing to get medical attention for Etta at Mega Ultatech, Wonder Woman will discover not only the identity of the bomber but the reason behind the attack as the (foreshadowed) truth about Dr. Crawford is revealed.

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The new trailer for Justice League is here giving us a bit more of the interactions between Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and the Flash (Ezra Miller). Ciarán Hinds, Amber Heard, Amy Adams, Henry Cavill, and J.K. Simmons also star. The movie opens in theaters on November 17, 2017.

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Whoa, where has this been? Wonder Woman #26 starts a new arc for Wonder Woman from writer Shea Fontana. Focused on the mental toll of being Wonder Woman, the latest issue offers us flashbacks to the first time Diana was forced to give something up to be the Amazon that Themyscira needed. We also get a day in the life of Wonder Woman and the strain she feels unable to share with her friends and co-workers while putting out fires around the world and shielding as many as possible from harm.

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A few days back I sat down with some Reel Hooligans to talk Wonder Woman. Take a listen.

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If the Wonder Woman TV Show Starred the Movie Cast

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Wonder Woman

by Cap'n Carrot on June 1, 2017 · 0 comments

in Film

wonder-woman-2009-dvdReleased on home video eight years prior to the character getting her own theatrical live-action film, the animated feature 2009’s Wonder Woman offers an origin story for Diana (Keri Russell) loosely based on the 80s comic reboot by George Perez following the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths. While the film may have not been the critical or monetary success DC hoped for, it’s held up fairly well.

As with the new theatrical film, Wonder Woman gives us the basics of Diana’s origins, the arrival of Steve Rogers (Nathan Fillion) on the island of Themyscira, Diana winning the right to be called Wonder Woman, and the return of Ares (Alfred Molina) who plans to wreak havoc on Earth.

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