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    Female unless she has twins in which case one should be female the other male, IMO.
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    Thing is, Diana has some context for raising a little girl. She has none for raising a little boy.

    That offers dramatic possibilities.

    That said, I like the twins idea.

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    Agreed. Lyta than Hunter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNewGod View Post
    Thing is, Diana has some context for raising a little girl. She has none for raising a little boy.

    That offers dramatic possibilities.

    That said, I like the twins idea.
    Eh, I think the New 52 and Robinson's run has shown that "dramatic possibilities" don't themselves make for good stories.

    Even if, Diana having a daughter has dramatic possibilities in it's own right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmiMizuno View Post
    Why not have it be both. We now have Hunter. So why not Fury and Hunter be siblings
    This.

    I really loved Hunter, Eldoris and the other JL kids created during early Rebirth.

    With Aquaman and Mera having a baby (hopefully not Arthur Jr! Be more inspired DC), it may be time to introduce them slowly.

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    After Bruce and Clark have both had sons, I think Diana should have a girl, having all 3 members of the trinity have sons doesn’t sit right with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucius121 View Post
    After Bruce and Clark have both had sons, I think Diana should have a girl, having all 3 members of the trinity have sons doesn’t sit right with me.
    A valid point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucius121 View Post
    After Bruce and Clark have both had sons, I think Diana should have a girl, having all 3 members of the trinity have sons doesn’t sit right with me.
    To be honest, "Damian" should have been Cassandra.

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    Both - The Wonder Twins

    But if one then it depends on the father.
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    Bartender: Now calm down Skeeter they aint hurtin nobody.

    Skeeter: No! I wanna know som'in from the "O5" How come you cant go back to your own timeline in the first place and how come when Reed Richards "fixed" the universe you wasnt put back and how come the changes that happn to you dont happn to your present day selves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucius121 View Post
    After Bruce and Clark have both had sons, I think Diana should have a girl, having all 3 members of the trinity have sons doesn’t sit right with me.
    I'd be cool with that. Have it be Fury, and maybe Hunter comes along later?

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    In comics history we've had both: Hippolyta (Lyta) Trevor, aka Fury, the daughter of Princess Diana and Steve Trevor, and Marvin White, of the Super Friends, the son of nurse Diana Prince and Dan White.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Kelly View Post
    In comics history we've had both: Hippolyta (Lyta) Trevor, aka Fury, the daughter of Princess Diana and Steve Trevor, and Marvin White, of the Super Friends, the son of nurse Diana Prince and Dan White.
    Huh. Dan White was also the name of the inventor in Sensation Comics #9, married to the Diana Prince, who sold her identity to Wonder Woman Diana back in All Star Comics #8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucius121 View Post
    After Bruce and Clark have both had sons, I think Diana should have a girl, having all 3 members of the trinity have sons doesn’t sit right with me.
    If it's just the current stuff, sure. But Superman has been either biological father or some other relation of several versions of Supergirl.

    Batman may be the biological father of Damian, but he didn't raise him any more than he raised Tim, or Dick, or..... how many is Bats up to these days? a lot, at least one is a girl.

    Anyways though, Diana with a son would make for some really interesting story beats that didn't get explored in past comics where she was a foster mother to one of several girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Largo161 View Post
    Female. If they give her son, they’ll make him more powerful than Diana by the time he learns to walk. ��
    Pretty much, yeah. They just can't help it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Knight View Post
    Female makes the most sense, but with how annoying Batman and Superman's children are, I hope she never has one.
    It’s a common theme. Valeria and Franklin Richards have the same effect.

    I would go with a son just tp break the ridiculous stereotype.
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