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WW Poster

Lately I’ve noticed a trend in many of the blogs and writers I follow. In the last few weeks, and especially since SDCC, I’ve heard a number of complaints from some very smart people about the insistence that Wonder Woman is a tricky or difficult character to bring to the screen.

I actually agree with this. I think that Wonder Woman’s profile actually hurts her chances of receiving a movie. After all, the average movie-goer knows surprisingly little about her, and yet she’s so famous that she has to sell tickets (and therefore is unlikely to buck hollywood trends). Likewise, she has the entirety of the feminist movement on her shoulders. Women as a whole are subjected to such high and conflicting standards in our society, and Wonder Woman’s struggle to find her way to the box office mirrors this perfectly.

But, I’m just one person. In fact, I am a male person. What’s more, I’m a male person who, while he generally likes Wonder Woman comics, isn’t a die-hard fan of the character like many of those disagreeing with me are. So, on Saturday, I decided to put my money where my mouth was and see how hard it would be to write a treatment for a Wonder Woman movie.

I still strongly advocate for a Justice League movie starring Diana, but if Wondy were to have her own stand-alone picture, I would do it like this:

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JLA 6

After a bombastic start last week, DC’s latest event sets things to a slow simmer as the Trinity ask the Question: what could make Superman kill? Continue reading

JLA 1

Way back on August 31st 2011, DC Comics published two comics that would change their brand forever: Flashpoint #5 and Justice League #1. This was the beginning of the New 52, and, though there is a strong argument to be made that much has been mishandled and much has been lost in the change, it’s hard to not see Justice League #1 as the dawning of a new era. Almost a year and a half later, we now look at Geoff Johns’ new title, Justice League of America.

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