Wonder Woman/Batman comic

  • 64 results
  • 1
  • 2
#1 Edited by Jeremy1989 (669 posts) - - Show Bio

Since DC has release duo team up of Batman/Superman and Superman/Wonder Woman

When are they gonna make a Wonder Woman/Batman series?

#2 Edited by darkman61288 (737 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't know i guess DC thinks that unless WW is dating the guy she can't be with him in a solo title.

#3 Edited by Fallschirmjager (17422 posts) - - Show Bio

I hope not.

We need more non-trinity team ups.

Hal Jordan / Barry Allen for starters...

#4 Posted by GrenadeFlow (1506 posts) - - Show Bio

Wally West and John Stewart

#5 Posted by HulyusHay (8 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman and Robin #30 will be called Batman and Wonder Woman, but that'll probably last for only one story arc. Prior to Wonder Woman, he'll be teaming up with Aquaman, after he's done with Two Face.

#6 Posted by Hastalavista (361 posts) - - Show Bio

A partnership series may be interesting.

#7 Edited by PapiNacho (2408 posts) - - Show Bio

Probably not until the whole Supes/Wondy ends.Even then I don't know if they would have to make a series with Batman to hyp that romance BM/WW hypes itself.

#8 Posted by Jeremy1989 (669 posts) - - Show Bio

Probably not until the whole Supes/Wondy ends.Even then I don't know if they would have to make a series with Batman to hyp that romance BM/WW hypes itself.

Not romance just parnership. Just like Bats and Supes.

#9 Posted by PapiNacho (2408 posts) - - Show Bio

@papinacho said:

Probably not until the whole Supes/Wondy ends.Even then I don't know if they would have to make a series with Batman to hyp that romance BM/WW hypes itself.

Not romance just parnership. Just like Bats and Supes.

I know what you meant, I just think that a partnership book is far more unlikely than a "romance" book.

#10 Posted by Jeremy1989 (669 posts) - - Show Bio

@jeremy1989 said:

@papinacho said:

Probably not until the whole Supes/Wondy ends.Even then I don't know if they would have to make a series with Batman to hyp that romance BM/WW hypes itself.

Not romance just parnership. Just like Bats and Supes.

I know what you meant, I just think that a partnership book is far more unlikely than a "romance" book.

Maybe they can they make it a love triangle between the three (Supes/WW and WW/Bats)

#11 Posted by V_Scarlotte_Rose (6286 posts) - - Show Bio

As someone who likes Batman, and would like to try and get into Wonder Woman, I'd probably read it.

Though, a Wonder Woman/Batwoman ongoing could be better for me. :)

#12 Posted by Eric8a92 (153 posts) - - Show Bio

I would like to see a Batman/Catwoman title

#13 Posted by Justthatkid (3890 posts) - - Show Bio
@eric8a92 said:

I would like to see a Batman/Catwoman title

In replacement of her title?

Online
#14 Edited by Transformers1024 (1896 posts) - - Show Bio

NO! We need a Hal Jordan and Oliver Queen team up book!!

#15 Edited by 2cool4fun (1367 posts) - - Show Bio

@transformers1024 said:

NO! We need a Hal Jordan and Barry Allen team up book!!

Fixed it for you.

@eric8a92 said:

I would like to see a Batman/Catwoman title

In replacement of her title?

In replacment of Batman & Robin. Just look at it now/ It became a "batman & who ever we can come up with at the moment"

#16 Posted by 2cool4fun (1367 posts) - - Show Bio

Wally West and John Stewart

OH MY GOD YESSSSS!!!!!!!!!

Hal Jordan / Barry Allen for starters...

Or this i guess.

#17 Posted by Jayc1324 (12203 posts) - - Show Bio

I think it would be cool. But it definitely won't happen until windy and supes break up. The real question is whether they should date or just be partners in the book.

#18 Posted by darkman61288 (737 posts) - - Show Bio

@jayc1324: partners first then have romance develop over the course of the book.

#19 Posted by Farwind (67 posts) - - Show Bio

If Injustice has shown me anything, we need an Oliver Queen/Harley Quinn team up book.

#20 Posted by The Stegman (24360 posts) - - Show Bio

Maybe for a story arc like WW did with Batwoman, but for a whole series? Nay.

#21 Posted by LyraFay (2527 posts) - - Show Bio

As someone who likes Batman, and would like to try and get into Wonder Woman, I'd probably read it.

Though, a Wonder Woman/Batwoman ongoing could be better for me. :)

Yes me too. As long as they don't make Batman and Wonder Woman boyfriend and girlfriend (eww that was a flaw in the JL animated show, so forced).

#22 Edited by Jayc1324 (12203 posts) - - Show Bio

@lyrafay: That's interesting. Most people I've encountered loved that pairing. I thought it was sweet and more logical than her and superman. It made sense that a woman like Diana would want to date a guy less powerful than her, but still had an honorable fighting/warrior spirit

#23 Edited by Hastalavista (361 posts) - - Show Bio

@jeremy1989 said:

@papinacho said:

@jeremy1989 said:

@papinacho said:

Probably not until the whole Supes/Wondy ends.Even then I don't know if they would have to make a series with Batman to hyp that romance BM/WW hypes itself.

Not romance just parnership. Just like Bats and Supes.

I know what you meant, I just think that a partnership book is far more unlikely than a "romance" book.

Maybe they can they make it a love triangle between the three (Supes/WW and WW/Bats)

Supes/WW WW/Bats Supes/Bats will be more dramatic ; )

#24 Posted by fodigg (6146 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd be fine with that as long as it's not a romantic pairing. The Batman/Superman book was about mutual respect, not making out. (Granted, there is a crowd who would totally read that.)

#25 Posted by UrbanChill (228 posts) - - Show Bio

idk if this sounds sexist but i cant imagine a WW team-up (with males) without romance involved

maybe its the way DC has written wonder woman in my lifetime

#26 Posted by youknowwhattodo (1129 posts) - - Show Bio

Kinda agree with the general consensus, I wouldn't mind those two sharing a comic provided that it didn't involve romance. It wouldn't look good for Wonder Woman to break up with Superman and then hook up with Batman.

idk if this sounds sexist but i cant imagine a WW team-up (with males) without romance involved

maybe its the way DC has written wonder woman in my lifetime

You're right in a sense, the DCAU and the DCU since the 2000's has had a hard time putting female characters on a team without having them involved in a romantic relationship with a male member of the team.

#27 Posted by jwalser3 (5001 posts) - - Show Bio

It could happen in his Batman and... series. I believe issue 30 it's suppose to be Batman and Aquaman. Should be interesting.

#28 Posted by RustyRoy (12684 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwalser3 said:

It could happen in his Batman and... series. I believe issue 30 it's suppose to be Batman and Aquaman. Should be interesting.

This and I'd rather read ongoing Batman/Zatanna or Batman/Flash series than a Batman/WW series.

#29 Posted by RustyRoy (12684 posts) - - Show Bio

@fodigg said:

I'd be fine with that as long as it's not a romantic pairing. The Batman/Superman book was about mutual respect, not making out. (Granted, there is a crowd who would totally read that.)

A bigger crowd than SM/WW or BM/WW shippers lol

#30 Posted by conradoaccorsi (301 posts) - - Show Bio

@rustyroy said:

@jwalser3 said:

It could happen in his Batman and... series. I believe issue 30 it's suppose to be Batman and Aquaman. Should be interesting.

This and I'd rather read ongoing Batman/Zatanna or Batman/Flash series than a Batman/WW series.

Batman/Flash would be simply awesome, they're are my favorite heroes and are detectives, it would be the real "Detective Comics", more detective work than action.

#31 Posted by RustyRoy (12684 posts) - - Show Bio

@rustyroy said:

@jwalser3 said:

It could happen in his Batman and... series. I believe issue 30 it's suppose to be Batman and Aquaman. Should be interesting.

This and I'd rather read ongoing Batman/Zatanna or Batman/Flash series than a Batman/WW series.

Batman/Flash would be simply awesome, they're are my favorite heroes and are detectives, it would be the real "Detective Comics", more detective work than action.

Agreed

#32 Posted by Superguy1591 (3371 posts) - - Show Bio

These two don't really get along, they clash like oil and water. People like to think Superman and Batman are opposites, but not true at all. Batman and Wonder Woman, without Superman to buff them, usually lead to the Justice League breaking up.

Only Bruce Timm thought they would make a good couple, it had never been hinted at, alluded to or implied before Timm and Morrison got together.

#33 Edited by darkman61288 (737 posts) - - Show Bio

@superguy1591: Some of the best romance stories are about people who clash but still fall in love. Han and Leia for one. House and Cuddy from House. Other great movies and TV shows. It creates tension in the story. If DC did do a Batman/Wonder Woman they would argue about things like tactics, method of interrogation, etc. Then have sex. That is what their relationship would be.

The hell Joe Kelly's run had them be attracted to each other but they still argued.

#34 Edited by Superguy1591 (3371 posts) - - Show Bio

@darkman61288: No, you're not understanding me, they don't like each other on a fundamental level. Batman doesn't trust Superman because he thinks Superman is too powerful and Batman doesn't like things he can't control (see Joker). What makes Batman trusts Superman is the simple fact that Superman gave Batman some K to help him feel safe and trust him, he also knows he can control Superman by appealing to his humanity. All that and Superman still doesn't have Batman's trust.

Compare that to no weaknesses Diana and no humanity, but a strong warrior's spirit in Diana. How would Batman ever feel comfortable?

And Diana wouldn't go for a guy like Batman, she's always gone for the hero type, not the bad boy tool. Also, she wants a man she deems her equal and she's never considered Batman an equal prior to Morrison and Timm, in fact, Hiketeia showed that she's Batman's superior in every which way.

See, the problem with Batman and Diana is that Batman is the alphamale type to Diana's powerful woman who doesn't bend. To put them together would have them betray their characters and, most importantly, Wonder Woman would get the saft.

Wonder Woman + Batman doesn't work, not even on your hate sex level. Hal would better suit having a hate sex relationship with Diana.

#35 Edited by Jeremy1989 (669 posts) - - Show Bio

@superguy1591 said:

@darkman61288: No, you're not understanding me, they don't like each other on a fundamental level. Batman doesn't trust Superman because he thinks Superman is too powerful and Batman doesn't like things he can't control (see Joker). What makes Batman trusts Superman is the simple fact that Superman gave Batman some K to help him feel safe and trust him, he also knows he can control Superman by appealing to his humanity. All that and Superman still doesn't have Batman's trust.

Compare that to no weaknesses Diana and no humanity, but a strong warrior's spirit in Diana. How would Batman ever feel comfortable?

And Diana wouldn't go for a guy like Batman, she's always gone for the hero type, not the bad boy tool. Also, she wants a man she deems her equal and she's never considered Batman an equal prior to Morrison and Timm, in fact, Hiketeia showed that she's Batman's superior in every which way.

See, the problem with Batman and Diana is that Batman is the alphamale type to Diana's powerful woman who doesn't bend. To put them together would have them betray their characters and, most importantly, Wonder Woman would get the saft.

Wonder Woman + Batman doesn't work, not even on your hate sex level. Hal would better suit having a hate sex relationship with Diana.

So in other words, Batman is a control freak.

#36 Posted by scouts1998 (596 posts) - - Show Bio

We NEED a Hal and Barry or Hal and Ollie series ASAP

#37 Edited by toplel (917 posts) - - Show Bio

@superguy1591 said:

@darkman61288: No, you're not understanding me, they don't like each other on a fundamental level. Batman doesn't trust Superman because he thinks Superman is too powerful and Batman doesn't like things he can't control (see Joker). What makes Batman trusts Superman is the simple fact that Superman gave Batman some K to help him feel safe and trust him, he also knows he can control Superman by appealing to his humanity. All that and Superman still doesn't have Batman's trust.

Compare that to no weaknesses Diana and no humanity, but a strong warrior's spirit in Diana. How would Batman ever feel comfortable?

And Diana wouldn't go for a guy like Batman, she's always gone for the hero type, not the bad boy tool. Also, she wants a man she deems her equal and she's never considered Batman an equal prior to Morrison and Timm, in fact, Hiketeia showed that she's Batman's superior in every which way.

See, the problem with Batman and Diana is that Batman is the alphamale type to Diana's powerful woman who doesn't bend. To put them together would have them betray their characters and, most importantly, Wonder Woman would get the saft.

Wonder Woman + Batman doesn't work, not even on your hate sex level. Hal would better suit having a hate sex relationship with Diana.

This is some poor quality bait. Try again.

#38 Posted by Superguy1591 (3371 posts) - - Show Bio

@toplel: Like I said, without Superman, they come to blows. Do they hate each other? No, but they don't think the world of each other. They're just "friends," or about as friendly as you can be with Batman. Take Tower of Babel, Diana was ready to beat him good for betraying the team, but Superman stopped her. Kingdom Come? They started a war, Superman had to stop it.

As far as hero type goes, Batman isn't that. Diana doesn't chase after bad boys, maybe if she was 16, but she's not a fan of the too cool for school guys.

I'm not going to argue with you that Diana is Batman's superior, if you think otherwise you're talking about Batgod. Batman trained 7 years to be a martial artist, Diana has been training to fight since she could walk, but Batman is her superior where?

And when characters meet up with Batman, they get the shaft unless Geoff Johns is the writer. It amuses me that people claim that Wonder Woman is being turned into Superman's girlfriend when they clearly equals in their relationship when Diana was a sick puppy seeking out Batman's attention while he acted too cool for her.

#39 Posted by kriminal (646 posts) - - Show Bio

flash green lantern series

#40 Posted by toplel (917 posts) - - Show Bio

@superguy1591: Have you bothered reading any of their team ups before the reboot? And Kingdom Come isn't exactly the best portrayal of Diana; Waid said so himself.

Martial arts aren't the only thing Batman has trained in.

I'm not going to bother with the rest when you so easily relegate Batman to the bad boy archetype and consider the current editorial mandate as fair to either character, especially Diana. I get it; you love your ship, but don't come up with idiotic bait like this to justify it.

#41 Edited by Superguy1591 (3371 posts) - - Show Bio

@toplel: I gave another example of Diana not wanting to take Batman's crude as well, also written by Mark Waid. As far as their team ups, I shy away from Morrison's run like I owe it child support. Nothing I despise more than the Batgod...NOTHING!

1.) Tactics? Diana also has the edge, don't bother with tech because Diana doesn't use tech. She's magic based.

3.) Batman's not the bad boy who's too cool for a relationship in the N52? He's been dodging Catwoman for 27 books and refusing to talk about "them" and she's the one who they've clearly declared "Batman's love" in this new continuity.

As far as Superman and Diana as a couple, I don't care if they stay together or break up, but she shouldn't date Batman. I'm sick and tired of my favorite characters being props for Batman. Why can't other characters get some love?

#42 Posted by darkman61288 (737 posts) - - Show Bio

@toplel: Like I said, without Superman, they come to blows. Do they hate each other? No, but they don't think the world of each other. They're just "friends," or about as friendly as you can be with Batman. Take Tower of Babel, Diana was ready to beat him good for betraying the team, but Superman stopped her. Kingdom Come? They started a war, Superman had to stop it.

As far as hero type goes, Batman isn't that. Diana doesn't chase after bad boys, maybe if she was 16, but she's not a fan of the too cool for school guys.

I'm not going to argue with you that Diana is Batman's superior, if you think otherwise you're talking about Batgod. Batman trained 7 years to be a martial artist, Diana has been training to fight since she could walk, but Batman is her superior where?

And when characters meet up with Batman, they get the shaft unless Geoff Johns is the writer. It amuses me that people claim that Wonder Woman is being turned into Superman's girlfriend when they clearly equals in their relationship when Diana was a sick puppy seeking out Batman's attention while he acted too cool for her.

Batman was trained in more combat styles than Diana whose style is Greco-Roman witch is very outdated compared to what Batman, Black Canary, and Lady Shiva are trained in. Plus Batman is a tactician with much knowledge than any of the Amazons.

You didn't read Joe Kelly's JLA run. They dated and if anything Batman was nervous when they dated. So it wasn't just him acting all cool.

#43 Posted by Superguy1591 (3371 posts) - - Show Bio

Even the writer says they have no reason to be together, they're only together for reasons unknown. Batman and Diana are a forced couple, nothing else.

And just because you know 100+ martial arts, INCREDIBLY DUMB, for some reason doesn't make you any better at anything. Diana's has "muscle memory" a trait that Batman doesn't have, her muscle memory is what makes her a match for beings more powerful than her.

As far as tactics, Diana is giving the wisdom and tactical ability of Athena. She's superior to Batman.

#44 Edited by darkman61288 (737 posts) - - Show Bio

Even the writer says they have no reason to be together, they're only together for reasons unknown. Batman and Diana are a forced couple, nothing else.

And just because you know 100+ martial arts, INCREDIBLY DUMB, for some reason doesn't make you any better at anything. Diana's has "muscle memory" a trait that Batman doesn't have, her muscle memory is what makes her a match for beings more powerful than her.

As far as tactics, Diana is giving the wisdom and tactical ability of Athena. She's superior to Batman.

No longer does she have the wisdom of Athena. Also I could that about Superman and Wonder Woman. At least that Batman and Wonder Woman weren't hyped up as this powercouple.

#45 Edited by Superguy1591 (3371 posts) - - Show Bio

@darkman61288: Come harder, son. She was trained by Ares, the god of War, not only on how to better herself physically, but also to better herself mentally. She's even, now, the God of War. I'm pretty sure the knowledge of a god > Batman. BOOM! WW > Batman everywhere except in sales so Batman is "better" to DC.

#46 Edited by r2datu (659 posts) - - Show Bio

Even the writer says they have no reason to be together, they're only together for reasons unknown. Batman and Diana are a forced couple, nothing else.

And just because you know 100+ martial arts, INCREDIBLY DUMB, for some reason doesn't make you any better at anything. Diana's has "muscle memory" a trait that Batman doesn't have, her muscle memory is what makes her a match for beings more powerful than her.

As far as tactics, Diana is giving the wisdom and tactical ability of Athena. She's superior to Batman.

You realise every human being ever has muscle memory ...

#48 Posted by Superguy1591 (3371 posts) - - Show Bio

@r2datu: Yes, but Diana's muscle memory makes her body react before she's even sure what the blow will be. You can know a billion martial arts, but if your opponent knows what's coming they will block it.

Why do you think she owns Superman, a character much stronger and faster than her? Her body reacts to the blows Superman dishes out and counters subconsciously.

#49 Posted by Alertcircuit (177 posts) - - Show Bio

These two don't really get along, they clash like oil and water. People like to think Superman and Batman are opposites, but not true at all. Batman and Wonder Woman, without Superman to buff them, usually lead to the Justice League breaking up.

But wouldn't that make the book that much more interesting? Watching the two develop and settle their differences?

#50 Edited by r2datu (659 posts) - - Show Bio

@superguy1591 said:

@r2datu: Yes, but Diana's muscle memory makes her body react before she's even sure what the blow will be. You can know a billion martial arts, but if your opponent knows what's coming they will block it.

Why do you think she owns Superman, a character much stronger and faster than her? Her body reacts to the blows Superman dishes out and counters subconsciously.

That's what muscle memory is.... Almost all martial artists in DC universe have that skill. You cited "muscle memory" like it was some kind of super power. It's not.

http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/5/55190/1907981-faster_hand_to_hand_reactions_than_superman.jpg

This is most likely what you're citing. She and Batman both agree that she's faster than Superman because of her muscle memory which she says she has because she's a TRAINED WARRIOR. It's a trait that all trained warriors, ie martial artists have.

She owns Superman because of her skill. Same way Batman owns superhuman characters in hand to hand combat, because of skill. Both possess muscle memory that allows them to react to blows instinctively because they're martial artists.

This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for:

Beware, you are proposing to add brand new pages to the wiki along with your edits. Make sure this is what you intended. This will likely increase the time it takes for your changes to go live.

Comment and Save

Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved.