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    Default If you could bring over one character from other media....

    A bit of a limited question given how few forms of media there are to pull from, but if you could pull one character from a piece of Wonder Woman media (the tv show, the movie, lets count the Superhero Girl cartoons...) and introduce them to the comics, who would it be?

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    Arisia aka Fury from Justice League, Thrax (ares and hippolyta's son) and Alexa (the book girl) from WW 2009.

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    Andros from the TV series (older Tim O’Connor version).

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    Andros, the Skrill, and Zardor for me.

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    Tina the girl from Ilandia and Formicida

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    Quote Originally Posted by the illustrious mr. kenway View Post
    Arisia aka Fury from Justice League, Thrax (ares and hippolyta's son) and Alexa (the book girl) from WW 2009.
    I like the Arisa/Fury character idea. Superman/Zod, Bats/Ras al Ghul, Flash/Zoom, GL/Sinestro: WW needs her own Evil Counterpart figure.

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    Andros from the TV series (older Tim O’Connor version).
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    Andros, the Skrill, and Zardor for me.
    Agreed. Andros and The Skrill could make for a recurring menace that WW and her allies are never certain that they've successfully stomped.

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    Oh Tina would be neat. A girl from a magical island who was born with magic bracelets (and necklace) which activated by her mental focus, allow her to do incredible feats. She has alot of potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNewGod View Post
    I like the Arisa/Fury character idea. Superman/Zod, Bats/Ras al Ghul, Flash/Zoom, GL/Sinestro: WW needs her own Evil Counterpart figure.




    She has/had one in Devastation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Z View Post
    She has/had one in Devastation.
    So much this!

    I'd love to see comic WW deal with the aftermath of cross over with a universe where Priscilla Rich is WW.

    I loved that scene in the Superfriends cartoon.

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    Import Drusilla!

    I'm not sure what good it would do, since the WW comics and the Titans comics are edited by the same shop, ..but, I would import Drusilla from the 70s TV series. I think the WW comic needs a Wonder-girl, if not Donna, that is under its express editorial control and one, with no connection to the Titans, whatsoever. Drusilla would have her own history, as Wonder Girl, separate from Donna's, ..in the same way that Bette Kane's is separate from Barbara Gordon's. Since Titans writers are allowed to use Donna Troy, unlike with Kara or Dick, independently of the superhero, who inspired her creation - even change elements of her personality and origin - the WW comic may as well take advantage of it...

    By creating a Wonder Girl of its own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Z View Post
    She has/had one in Devastation.
    I've never seen Devastation as such. She was more like Bizarro to me than Zod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNewGod View Post
    I've never seen Devastation as such. She was more like Bizarro to me than Zod.
    No, Devastation was her evil counterpart. She didn't stick around long but she was great while she lasted. Now it would probably be Grail, both half Amazon half god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNewGod View Post
    I've never seen Devastation as such. She was more like Bizarro to me than Zod.
    Bizarro is a moron. Deva was a cunning and calculating opponent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marhawkman View Post
    Bizarro is a moron. Deva was a cunning and calculating opponent.
    I meant that in terms of being a twisted interpretation instead of being a road-not-taken counter part like Black Adam or Sinestro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNewGod View Post
    I meant that in terms of being a twisted interpretation instead of being a road-not-taken counter part like Black Adam or Sinestro.
    Well, yes and no. Part of the story was Diana demonstrating to Deva that she DID have a choice, and that she didn't really have to do what she was created to do.

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