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The 11 Saddest deaths in film of 2017

Some major film characters died in 2017, but there were some new characters whose deaths affected me just as much, even though I’d just gotten to know them in that movies brief runtime. 86 more words


Wonder Woman (2017) Review

Wonder Woman (2017), directed by Patty Jenkins, tells the story of Diana (Gal Gadot) who leaves her home to fight during World War I after a pilot, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), crashes on an island full of Amazon warriors. 209 more words


Wonder Woman #41 Review: Failing at All of the Little Things

I’m starting to worry that I may be trapped in Tartarus, the deepest depths of Hades where the dead are punished for eternity with cruel forms of poetic justice. 1,055 more words

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Wonder Woman #40 Review: Still With This Foolishness?

There’s a line in today’s issue of Wonder Woman that perfectly captures the quality of writing we’ve been dealing with for the past several months. The woefully underdeveloped villain Silver Swan is flying through the night sky, stinging from her recent battle with Wonder Woman, and as she sees the moon shining she notes, “The moon reflects the cold silver of my dead heart.” Friends, I laughed out loud. 1,018 more words

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Batman And Wonder Woman Almost Kiss (Rebirth)

Wonder Woman is a solid wing woman.

Batman and Wonder Woman are currently in realm of Gehenna, fighting unending hordes of monsters while filling in for the Gentleman. 25 more words


Wonder Woman (2017)


Before she was Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. 319 more words

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Improving "Wonder Woman", Pt. 3 of 3

Worthy of Greek Tragedy 

(Note: This post builds off of the last entry, where it was proposed that the “Wonder Woman” film would have benefited had Ares been Diana’s father.) 1,774 more words