Wonder Woman revealed at Comic Con

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#1 Edited by sammyjenkis898 (28392 posts) -

Here you go:

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#2 Posted by airshocker (31700 posts) -

Meh, not impressed.

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#3 Edited by SaintLeonidas (26735 posts) -

I think she looks pretty damn badass...just a shame her first appearance will be in 'Batman v Superman' and not her own film.

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#4 Posted by jimy1475 (1226 posts) -

like Xena?

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#5 Posted by Hallenbeck77 (15287 posts) -

It looks too drab and washed--more like Xena: Warrior Princess than Wonder Woman

I'm not a fan of DC comics, but I feel bad for the fans. I think relying solely on Zack Snyder and David Goyer for the majority of their films may not be the best thing to do in the long run.

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#6 Edited by uninspiredcup (25355 posts) -

Looks rubbish. The female thor design looked bad ass.

Wonder woman looks like some amateur Xena Warrior Princess cosplay.

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#7 Edited by SaintLeonidas (26735 posts) -

@hallenbeck77 said:

It looks too drab and washed--more like Xena: Warrior Princess than Wonder Woman

I'm not a fan of DC comics, but I feel bad for the fans. I think relying solely on Zack Snyder and David Goyer for the majority of their films may not be the best thing to do in the long run.

Most DC fans I have encounters have actually been really excited for the films.

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#8 Posted by korvus (10716 posts) -

Looks like some half-assed cosplay...

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#9 Posted by Hallenbeck77 (15287 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas said:

@hallenbeck77 said:

It looks too drab and washed--more like Xena: Warrior Princess than Wonder Woman

I'm not a fan of DC comics, but I feel bad for the fans. I think relying solely on Zack Snyder and David Goyer for the majority of their films may not be the best thing to do in the long run.

Most DC fans I have encounters have actually been really excited for the films.

Like I said, this is just my take on it. I hope they're great films, and they get a kick out of them. But to me, they all seem too bleak and joyless. I realize that not every comic movie can be colorful and chock full of humor, but it seems like they're all going the moody, brooding route so far. I guess I'm still bummed over Man of Steel. I really wanted to like that one so much--it wasn't a bad film, but I was disappointed by it.

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#10 Posted by ad1x2 (6650 posts) -

Actually doesn't look too bad in my opinion. The funny thing is that most of the complaints I've heard about Gal Gadot playing Wonder Woman was that she was too skinny or more specifically, her boobs weren't big enough. Seems like they can make it work.

It does seem like the film is too cluttered with heroes and the amount of people they are putting in it could have been saved for the eventual Justice League movie.

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#11 Edited by LoG-Sacrament (20397 posts) -

@ad1x2 said:

Actually doesn't look too bad in my opinion. The funny thing is that most of the complaints I've heard about Gal Gadot playing Wonder Woman was that she was too skinny or more specifically, her boobs weren't big enough. Seems like they can make it work.

It does seem like the film is too cluttered with heroes and the amount of people they are putting in it could have been saved for the eventual Justice League movie.

Hollywood has never met a pair of boobs they couldn't make look bigger.

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#12 Posted by Nengo_Flow (10644 posts) -

Who the fucked asked for a Wonder Woman movie? Why?

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@ad1x2 said:

Actually doesn't look too bad in my opinion. The funny thing is that most of the complaints I've heard about Gal Gadot playing Wonder Woman was that she was too skinny or more specifically, her boobs weren't big enough. Seems like they can make it work.

It does seem like the film is too cluttered with heroes and the amount of people they are putting in it could have been saved for the eventual Justice League movie.

.. I honestly haven't heard that about in regards to her chest size, but more specifically she looks like a run way model in a costume.. Wonder Woman to my knowledge is suppose to be a physical specimen similar to a woman's mma fighter physique in the comics..

To me it's typical Hollywood.. We are going to have two ripped guys playing the male lead heroes, while the female hero who is suppose to be incredibly strong and athletic is going to be played by a skinny fashion model..

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#14 Edited by sammyjenkis898 (28392 posts) -

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#15 Posted by chessmaster1989 (30204 posts) -

Does look pretty badass. Still not interested in Batman vs Superman though

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#16 Posted by PurpleLabel (314 posts) -

Looks pretty bad.

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#17 Posted by Ronstera (6112 posts) -

She's hot but I don't know if she really fits the role..

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#18 Posted by LJS9502_basic (162211 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas said:

I think she looks pretty damn badass...just a shame her first appearance will be in 'Batman v Superman' and not her own film.

Bad ass is a good description.

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#19 Edited by uninspiredcup (25355 posts) -

@hallenbeck77 said:

@SaintLeonidas said:

@hallenbeck77 said:

It looks too drab and washed--more like Xena: Warrior Princess than Wonder Woman

I'm not a fan of DC comics, but I feel bad for the fans. I think relying solely on Zack Snyder and David Goyer for the majority of their films may not be the best thing to do in the long run.

Most DC fans I have encounters have actually been really excited for the films.

Like I said, this is just my take on it. I hope they're great films, and they get a kick out of them. But to me, they all seem too bleak and joyless. I realize that not every comic movie can be colorful and chock full of humor, but it seems like they're all going the moody, brooding route so far. I guess I'm still bummed over Man of Steel. I really wanted to like that one so much--it wasn't a bad film, but I was disappointed by it.

Remember as a kid having very fond memories of watching the adventures of louse and Clark. Dean Kane actually commented on the movie saying he didn't like it and that it was flat with 0 chemistry between the characters. He's right, basically a slightly tweaked and inferior Batman Begins.

I blame Nolan not Snider. It's exactly the kind of movies he makes, very glum and serous ones with poor romance.

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#20 Posted by The_Last_Ride (76371 posts) -

She looks awesome! Way better than i thought, plus she's been in the army, so she's badass in real life aswell

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#21 Posted by ad1x2 (6650 posts) -

@sSubZerOo said:

@ad1x2 said:

Actually doesn't look too bad in my opinion. The funny thing is that most of the complaints I've heard about Gal Gadot playing Wonder Woman was that she was too skinny or more specifically, her boobs weren't big enough. Seems like they can make it work.

It does seem like the film is too cluttered with heroes and the amount of people they are putting in it could have been saved for the eventual Justice League movie.

.. I honestly haven't heard that about in regards to her chest size, but more specifically she looks like a run way model in a costume.. Wonder Woman to my knowledge is suppose to be a physical specimen similar to a woman's mma fighter physique in the comics..

To me it's typical Hollywood.. We are going to have two ripped guys playing the male lead heroes, while the female hero who is suppose to be incredibly strong and athletic is going to be played by a skinny fashion model..

The thing about Wonder Woman is in reality, the exact specifications the comics gave her (over six feet tall, ripped, and boobs that make Christina Hendricks look like Keira Knightley in comparison) just don't exist on any mainstream or upcoming actresses. Gal Gadot is tall and athletic, so they are doing something right.

While being skinny was a complaint, most people know that Gadot could pack on muscle for the role like other actors and actresses did for specific roles. However, if you go on Google and search what people said about her being cast you will find a lot of people complaining that she wasn't endowed enough and outside of implants there wasn't much that could be done about it. Unless DC did a post-production cgi boost.

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#22 Edited by Serraph105 (31902 posts) -

She looks cool, it's too bad that Man of Steel was such an unenjoyable film that I have basically zero hope for this film.

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#23 Posted by foxhound_fox (96814 posts) -

Terrible. Should have been Gina Carano.

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#24 Posted by watchdogsrules (541 posts) -

suit looks ok but the movie is gonna suck.

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#25 Posted by RoboCopISJesus (2222 posts) -

This movie probably won't even be good enough to lick Captain America 2's boots.

DC just give up.

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#26 Edited by Emil_Fontz (799 posts) -

The costume is great, but she needs a more fit figure, like Dana Linn Bailey.

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#27 Posted by harry_james_pot (11399 posts) -

That looks.. terrible.

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#28 Posted by BranKetra (51726 posts) -

I hope she gains more muscle for the film to be true to her role.

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#29 Edited by Treflis (13342 posts) -

I may be entirely wrong here, since I haven't read more then one or two comics of her back when I was young but, I thought she had a lasso rather then a short sword

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#30 Edited by SaintLeonidas (26735 posts) -

@BranKetra said:

I hope she gains more muscle for the film to be true to her role.

I truly do not understand this complaint from people. Many variations of the character look exactly like Gadot does. The early 2000 'Justice League' TV series version, early comic book versions, the new 52 version, hell even the 70's TV show version have similar builds...so what exactly is the "true" form people keep talking about? People keep imagining her as some body builder...that RARELY ever seems to be the case.

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#31 Posted by Brutal_Elitegs (16425 posts) -

Yeah, but Snyder.

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#32 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (28392 posts) -
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#33 Edited by Wilfred_Owen (20964 posts) -

Oh my.......I'd hit it. To bad it's Zack Snyder directing.

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#34 Posted by Master_Live (18817 posts) -

Ditto.

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#35 Posted by LZ71 (10524 posts) -

@Brutal_Elitegs said:

Yeah, but Snyder.

'Bout sums it up. I'd rather watch a stand alone Wonder Woman movie not affiliated with these new Superman movies in anyway.

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#36 Posted by indzman (27735 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas said:

I think she looks pretty damn badass...just a shame her first appearance will be in 'Batman v Superman' and not her own film.

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#37 Edited by superbuuman (5982 posts) -

Looks alright to me..hate just because she's no longer 'murica" colours...red, blue & white stars?. :P

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#38 Edited by delete-EasyComeEasyGo (382 posts) -

The outfit looks good to me but I prefer if they use the same outfit from Justice League: War while I find her outfit to be more sexy then this one. Also is the Invisible Jet still a thing to WW or is it irrelevant in today's standard? As a DC guy, I'm looking forward to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and love Man of Steel so I know this film will not disappoint.

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#39 Posted by SaudiFury (8709 posts) -

I always imagine Gina Corano would look great as Wonder Woman.

but I think this looks good too.

the teaser trailer at comic Con that leaked was pretty awesome as well.

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#40 Posted by Scarebaby (1273 posts) -

I love DC (and Marvel) and Wonder Woman is one of my all-time favorite characters, and I reeeeally don't like the look of this. It's looks cheap.

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#41 Posted by BranKetra (51726 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas: Athleticism which would add to realism is what I am referring to. I understand that is not necessarily what we have seen already from artists.

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#42 Posted by LJS9502_basic (162211 posts) -

@Treflis said:

I may be entirely wrong here, since I haven't read more then one or two comics of her back when I was young but, I thought she had a lasso rather then a short sword

She is wearing a lasso in that picture.

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#43 Edited by uninspiredcup (25355 posts) -

The batman design looks pretty cool (not from the robocop screenshot another one was released). The Batfleck looks the part.

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#44 Edited by Treflis (13342 posts) -

@LJS9502_basic said:

@Treflis said:

I may be entirely wrong here, since I haven't read more then one or two comics of her back when I was young but, I thought she had a lasso rather then a short sword

She is wearing a lasso in that picture.

Took me awhile to see it but yeah, there it is.

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#45 Posted by harry_james_pot (11399 posts) -

@sammyjenkis898 said:

Oh look, it's LEGO Batman!

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#46 Edited by StrifeDelivery (1901 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas said:

@BranKetra said:

I hope she gains more muscle for the film to be true to her role.

I truly do not understand this complaint from people. Many variations of the character look exactly like Gadot does. The early 2000 'Justice League' TV series version, early comic book versions, the new 52 version, hell even the 70's TV show version have similar builds...so what exactly is the "true" form people keep talking about? People keep imagining her as some body builder...that RARELY ever seems to be the case.

Exactly. It's either people want her to have a bigger chest and/or to pack on more muscle. She doesn't need to look like a steroidal bodybuilder in order to be Wonder Woman. With that being said, I enjoy the costume change, though wish it wasn't as dark. I find it a bit more classy than her previous outfits.

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#47 Posted by bobaban (10560 posts) -
@StrifeDelivery said:

@SaintLeonidas said:

@BranKetra said:

I hope she gains more muscle for the film to be true to her role.

I truly do not understand this complaint from people. Many variations of the character look exactly like Gadot does. The early 2000 'Justice League' TV series version, early comic book versions, the new 52 version, hell even the 70's TV show version have similar builds...so what exactly is the "true" form people keep talking about? People keep imagining her as some body builder...that RARELY ever seems to be the case.

Exactly. It's either people want her to have a bigger chest and/or to pack on more muscle. She doesn't need to look like a steroidal bodybuilder in order to be Wonder Woman. With that being said, I enjoy the costume change, though wish it wasn't as dark. I find it a bit more classy than her previous outfits.

Uh what? In the comics she's definitely a "big" girl.

But I can understand why in film she's got the model build. Carano has the look but not the talent. Hollywood is about a certain type of pretty, just how it is.

I like the costume, looks like a good translation for film.

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#48 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26735 posts) -

@bobaban said:
@StrifeDelivery said:

@SaintLeonidas said:

@BranKetra said:

I hope she gains more muscle for the film to be true to her role.

I truly do not understand this complaint from people. Many variations of the character look exactly like Gadot does. The early 2000 'Justice League' TV series version, early comic book versions, the new 52 version, hell even the 70's TV show version have similar builds...so what exactly is the "true" form people keep talking about? People keep imagining her as some body builder...that RARELY ever seems to be the case.

Exactly. It's either people want her to have a bigger chest and/or to pack on more muscle. She doesn't need to look like a steroidal bodybuilder in order to be Wonder Woman. With that being said, I enjoy the costume change, though wish it wasn't as dark. I find it a bit more classy than her previous outfits.

Uh what? In the comics she's definitely a "big" girl.

But I can understand why in film she's got the model build. Carano has the look but not the talent. Hollywood is about a certain type of pretty, just how it is.

I like the costume, looks like a good translation for film.

She isn't "big" in nearly any of the variations I have seen, including comics (see my post above).

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#49 Posted by LJS9502_basic (162211 posts) -

@bobaban:

She's really not that big in the comics.....

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#50 Posted by zassimick (10411 posts) -

I really like the design of the costume. The color is a bit off, would definitely like a little more color, something like this. But it's not too much of a problem for me.

That teaser got me pumped as well. Loved everything about it. Two years is too long to wait. But we have Guardians of the Galaxy this week, Age of Ultron in May and another one or two Marvel movies in there as well so it won't be too unbearable. Good time to be a fan of the super heroes!