This has been bugging me recently.
Why is Batman's plan for stopping WonderWoman to ask Superman to stop her? This seems like such a lame cop out to me, but then again Geoff Johns is lame at writing anything to do with Batman. Yeah, Batman could easily get Superman to stop her, but there's no way he wouldn't prepare for the eventuality where he would have to do it himself, hence the reason for the contingency plans. Otherwise all his contingency plans for everyone else should just be ask Superman!!
What about the possibility that WonderWoman and Superman turned evil together and there wasn't a way to get Superman to turn good and then stop WonderWoman. As if Bruce isn't paranoid enough to have thought about that situation. He must have a plan for them both.
Not only that, his general plan for her is to hope Superman would be willing to beat up someone he has romantic attachments too. As if anyone believes that Bruce would leave something like that to chance?
I just don't buy that he would think "nope, she has no weakness, there's nothing I could do." Yeah she's insanely powerful, but she's not invulnerable and she so blatantly has a mental weakness.
Do you guys think it's just been written that way so at some point Superman will be forced in to making the choice?
(P.S Before some r-tard jumps on here, I know WonderWoman would destroy Bruce in a fight. I just think he should have a plan to stop her, that didn't involve having to fight her. I kinda liked the nanites idea from Babel, it fitted well with her character that she's so unrelenting that she would never stop fighting until her heart gave out.)