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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

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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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Wonder Woman

by Cap'n Carrot on May 31, 2017 · 0 comments

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It took four movies, but the DC Extended Universe has finally delivered a true super-hero movie. With Wonder Woman, for the first time, DC gives us a protagonist who is actually a hero (rather than one brought up to be selfish about his gifts, a group of killers brought together for a good cause, or one obsessed with murder and vengeance). I doubt the limited input of Zack Snyder or the lack of involvement from David Goyer is a coincidence. There’s a lesson to be learned there, if anyone at DC or Warner Bros. is paying attention.

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You can now pre-order Kotobukiya Sixth-Scale Wonder Woman Movie ARTFX Statue for the low, low price of $140.

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Batman v Superman – After Credits

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The new “origin” trailer for Wonder Woman offers us a more of look at Wonder Woman‘s (Gal Gadot) life in Themyscira before entering man’s world. Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Connie Nielsen and David Thewlis also star. Wonder Woman opens in theaters on June 2nd.

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You can pre-order your own Wonder Woman Premium Format Figure designed off of Gal Gadot‘s performance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice for the low, low price of $500.

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While Wonder Woman appears in this issue, primarily while being shown in news footage or while discussed by other characters, the primary focus of the issue is on the secret organization known as Godwatch. The issue reintroduces us to powerful businesswoman Veronica Cale with a resentment towards Wonder Woman given the Amazon’s ease at finding acceptance and acknowledgement in a patriarchal world.

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Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman '77 #1 comic reviewCollecting the first two issues of the digital-first series, Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #1 brings together Adam West’s Batman with Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman in this first issue of the series which gives us a cameo by Catwoman and flashbacks to a Wayne Manor gala event complete with Thomas and Martha Wayne, Ra’s al Ghul, a young Talia and Bruce, the League of Shadows, Nazis, and Wonder Woman. As you might expect, the evening made quite an impression on young Bruce Wayne.

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