History Franchise / WonderWoman

15th Sep '17 10:06:23 AM Saveelich
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** ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'': Wonder Woman appears in this 2016 sequel to ''Film/ManOfSteel''. A relatively smaller role compared to the main story featuring the conflict between Batman and Superman, she nonetheless takes part in the action in the climax in full costume.

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** ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'': Wonder Woman appears in this 2016 sequel to ''Film/ManOfSteel''. A relatively smaller role compared to the main story featuring the conflict between Batman and Superman, she nonetheless largely takes part in the action in the climax FinalBattle, in full costume.



** ''Film/JusticeLeague'', about the [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica the iconic superhero team]].

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** ''Film/JusticeLeague'', ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}'', about the [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica the iconic superhero team]].
12th Sep '17 10:48:33 AM CosmicFerret
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* AlternateUniverse: ''WonderWoman'' was officially the first DC comic to run an AlternateUniverse story, predating even TheFlash's famous meeting with [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Jay Garrick.]] Diana helps her counterpart from another universe fight the race of giants that are tyrannizing her world.

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* AlternateUniverse: ''WonderWoman'' was officially the first DC comic to run an AlternateUniverse story, predating even TheFlash's Franchise/TheFlash's famous meeting with [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Jay Garrick.]] Diana helps her counterpart from another universe fight the race of giants that are tyrannizing her world.



*** In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths'', TheFlash points out that Diana doesn't need a plane to fly. GreenLantern returns that ''he'' drives a car.

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*** In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths'', TheFlash Franchise/TheFlash points out that Diana doesn't need a plane to fly. GreenLantern returns that ''he'' drives a car.
10th Sep '17 4:44:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* CostumeEvolution: She's gone through several minor costume changes, but she tends to return to her red and blue leotard. Other outfits give her pants or battle armor, or just add darker colors.
30th Aug '17 7:22:26 PM luiz4200
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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler:Vance Trotter. His twin brother Globe kept his death a secret as part of a plan to get their uncle's fortune.]]
* DeadPersonImpersonation: [[spoiler:In a story at Issue #43, Globe Trotter uses a fake beard to impersonate his deceased twin brother and use him as a cover-up to get rid of his cousins and inherit their rich uncle's estate.]]


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* EvilTwin: [[spoiler:Vance Trotter's twin brother Globe kills their uncle for the inheritance.]]


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* InheritanceMurder: A story in Issue #43 features a villain planning to kill his relatives for their family's fortune.
26th Aug '17 6:28:00 AM luiz4200
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* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: One story features [[HonestCorporateExecutive Art Fairdeal]] and his DistinguishedGentlemansPipe versus his [[CigarChomper cigar chomping]] rival [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Josh Slicker]].
24th Aug '17 6:58:35 PM luiz4200
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* KangarooCourt: Ghorkos, Dread Master of Phobos, inner moon of Mars, is holding a trial for Steve Trevor where Steve "will be shot if he tells the truth, hanged if he lies, but can name his own execution if he pleads guilty". When Steve chooses Wonder Woman to be his lawyer since no one in Phobos will defend him, the prosecutor, unable to outright prohibit her from doing so, sets an ImpossibleTask to "prove her fitness to practice law on Phobos" and says she'll be killed if she accepts the challenge and fails. [[spoiler:Upon Wonder Woman's advice, Steve says "You're going to hang me!". Hanging is the punishent for lying and it cannot be done without turning Steve's statement into the truth. Shooting is the penalty for telling the truth and it cannot be done without turning Steve's statement into a lie. Because the statement won't be considered a guilty plea either way, he's acquitted.]]
10th Aug '17 5:44:34 AM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Wonder Woman is a [[StatuesqueStunner tall]], very beautiful raven-haired Amazonian woman (and also the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) who wears outfits (such as a revealing strapless leotard or a bustier-hotpants combo) that display her skin and highlight her muscular yet voluptuous built, [[MostCommonSuperpower large breasts]], [[AmazonianBeauty strong toned muscles (especially her large biceps)]], ripped broad shoulders, [[MaleGaze nicely toned rear]] and [[ShesGotLegs long muscular legs]].

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* MsFanservice: Wonder Woman is a [[StatuesqueStunner tall]], very beautiful raven-haired Amazonian woman (and also the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) who wears outfits (such as a revealing strapless leotard or a bustier-hotpants combo) that display her skin and highlight her muscular yet voluptuous built, body, [[MostCommonSuperpower large breasts]], [[AmazonianBeauty strong toned muscles (especially her large biceps)]], ripped broad shoulders, [[MaleGaze nicely toned rear]] and [[ShesGotLegs long muscular legs]].



* ShesGotLegs: Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a very muscular (yet voluptuous) build for her body. She also wears a revealing strapless leotard or other outfits (such as a bustier-hotpants combo or a form-fitting body suit) that highlight her long muscular legs.



* ShesGotLegs: Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a very muscular (yet voluptuous) build for her body. She also wears a revealing strapless leotard or other outfits (such as a bustier-hotpants combo or a form-fitting body suit) that highlight her long muscular legs.
10th Jul '17 2:44:50 PM Manny20444
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* ShesGotLegs: Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a very muscular (yet voluptuous) build for her body. She also wears outfits (particularly a leotard) that highlight her long muscular legs.

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* ShesGotLegs: Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a very muscular (yet voluptuous) build for her body. She also wears a revealing strapless leotard or other outfits (particularly (such as a leotard) bustier-hotpants combo or a form-fitting body suit) that highlight her long muscular legs. legs.
8th Jul '17 6:58:52 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Wonder Woman is a [[StatuesqueStunner a tall]], very beautiful raven-haired Amazonian woman (and also the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) who wears outfits (such as a revealing strapless leotard or a bustier-hotpants combo) that display her skin and highlight her muscular yet voluptuous built, [[MostCommonSuperpower large breasts]], [[AmazonianBeauty strong toned muscles (especially her large biceps)]], ripped broad shoulders, [[MaleGaze sizable backside]] and [[ShesGotLegs long muscular legs]].

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* MsFanservice: Wonder Woman is a [[StatuesqueStunner a tall]], very beautiful raven-haired Amazonian woman (and also the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) who wears outfits (such as a revealing strapless leotard or a bustier-hotpants combo) that display her skin and highlight her muscular yet voluptuous built, [[MostCommonSuperpower large breasts]], [[AmazonianBeauty strong toned muscles (especially her large biceps)]], ripped broad shoulders, [[MaleGaze sizable backside]] nicely toned rear]] and [[ShesGotLegs long muscular legs]].
29th Jun '17 11:05:20 AM MaulMachine
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** She and ''[[ComicBook/Nightwing]]'' kind of share this position during DC teamups.

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** She and ''[[ComicBook/Nightwing]]'' {{Nightwing}} kind of share this position during DC teamups.
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