#151 Posted by daredevil21134 (11361 posts) - - Show Bio

If she was smart she would have Jason Todd's baby ha, ha ha fanboy attack

#152 Posted by entropy_aegis (15096 posts) - - Show Bio

@daredevil21134 said:

If she was smart she would have Jason Todd's baby ha, ha ha fanboy attack

Nah she should have Darkseid's baby.

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#153 Posted by daredevil21134 (11361 posts) - - Show Bio

@entropy_aegis said:

@daredevil21134 said:

If she was smart she would have Jason Todd's baby ha, ha ha fanboy attack

Nah she should have Darkseid's baby.

LOL

#154 Posted by sinestro_GL (3122 posts) - - Show Bio

Steve Trevor.

#155 Posted by Shotgun (900 posts) - - Show Bio

Steve Trevor is the only guy that Wonder Woman needs. Everyone else can GTFO.

#156 Posted by batman_begins (89 posts) - - Show Bio

Always loved the connection between Diana and Bruce. and that "kiss" during BN, that was just wow. also loved that small run during their JLA issues.

#157 Edited by daredevil21134 (11361 posts) - - Show Bio

@Shotgun said:

Steve Trevor is the only guy that Wonder Woman needs. Everyone else can GTFO.

#158 Posted by brettjett (55 posts) - - Show Bio

@batmanbeyond8: @sisay: If you wanna know the most PLAUSIBLE and psychologically accurate answer to this question, check out my article's thread:

http://forums.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?406965-Don-t-EVER-disrespect-Steve-Trevor!!!-Revelations-of-a-mysterious-boyfriend/page2&s=beb468ae4a7910babe4e73b714d9a162

#159 Posted by wondergirl246 (27 posts) - - Show Bio

It should be neither. Neither really work.

Superman has Lois. It's core canon that he loves her. The few times Supes and WW have been paired it's been crappy (Frank Miller's awful "Dark Knight Strikes Again" or "All Star Batman") or at best tacked on ("Kingdom Come"). There are a couple of other elseworlds where they are paired but they are also terrible.

Batman also doesn't work because he's already got plenty of suitors. Adding WW to the list diminishes both of them. Talia and Selina are his main interests and it should be left at that.

I would go a step further and argue that she really doesn't need a love interest at all. Steve Trevor is lame, and it's insulting to have her fall in love with literally the first man she sees (especially the cad version of Steve in the 2009 film).

There is no existing male character in the DC universe that makes a logical or useful pair with her, and creating one from whole cloth would be forced. In any event, she's an Amazon - she shouldn't be looking to shack up with a man.

Some have argued that she should be gay or bi, but to me it would be equally awful to have her managing a girlfriend. I don't mind some innuendo about the Amazons (thousands of years without men...gotta relieve tension somehow...) but I don't want a full-on lesbian Wonder Woman playfully spanking Batgirl's ass (though I'm sure a lot of guys wouldn't mind).

Let her stay as a chaste warrior goddess says I.

Not every character needs a romantic partner and the illusion of the white picket fence happy ending.

#160 Posted by Protoon (99 posts) - - Show Bio

@wondergirl246: Well said! :-)

#161 Posted by soundgarden (109 posts) - - Show Bio

@Primmaster64 said:

Superman....Bats has way too many chicks after him...plus he already said that he loves Selina.

Very True.

#162 Posted by a88378438 (3421 posts) - - Show Bio

@ShadowHuntR:

i just say one thing,the superman can move Mageddon because he

The absorption of other power to strengthen it, lifted the book is not Canon

Hold a small black hole is not quantifiable

The fact that the WW strength is close to Superman, we can see this

#163 Posted by brettjett (55 posts) - - Show Bio

Ahem!, "wondergirl246"!!! As a studied Wonder Woman expert, its my duty to point out the foolishness in your assertions: >>>>>>she really doesn't need a love interest at all. Says who?! WW is like any woman, and has human needs. Which includes a companion! Treating her like some mindless fighting machine of a warrior goes against what the character is....human. >>>>>>Steve Trevor is lame, and it's insulting to have her fall in love with literally the first man she sees The Steve character was designed specifically to complement WW as her one & only true love...just as Angel was to Buffy...just as Orion was to Artemis/Diana. The fact that she fell in love with the first man she saw has real world implications of the strong polarity of masculine/feminine energy, which was created from WW's years of isolation from men...and then to suddenly have one in front of her. Opposite polarities equals ATTRACTION. Dr. Marston purposely designed the love dynamic that way to reflect the real world psychology involved. >>>>>>There is no existing male character in the DC universe that makes a logical or useful pair with her That's becuz STEVE TREVOR is the only man that makes a logical/useful pair with her. >>>>>>creating one from whole cloth would be forced There's no need to create one from fresh.....Steve Trevor already exists, doing what he was specifically designed for. >>>>>>she's an Amazon - she shouldn't be looking to shack up with a man. She's not only an Amazon, but she's the most human....She is SPECIAL among them....She is THE ONE. So whatever cliches attached to Amazons, they don't quite apply to WW. >>>>>>Let her stay as a chaste warrior goddess says I. Thank the goddesses that its NOT you that has the say. Chaste she should be, yes....as indicated by her namesake, Diana, who is a virgin goddess. But a goddess she is NOT. WW is an Amazon....a demigod, if anything. >>>>>>Not every character needs a romantic partner and the illusion of the white picket fence happy ending. Not every character implied that they needed one! Superheroes are about happy endings, thru the hard work they put forth to produce them! NOBODY suggested that WW have a white picket fence ending. But she should have a mate...and does have one, as dictated & designed by Dr. William Marston. AND TO EVERYONE ELSE: WW already has an love all her own from the Trinity. One that was SPECIFICALLY designed for her by Dr. Marston.....Steve Trevor. Robin/Nightwing would not date WW...he already has Starfire---the hot alien chick, who loves Earth Dick...Grayson, that is.

#164 Edited by Shotgun (900 posts) - - Show Bio

Steve Trever is Wonder Woman's main love interest. Used to call Diana his angel during pre-crisis DCU or something.

Batman's a stiff. The only charming part of him is his Bruce Wayne self, and there's a lot of argument about whether or not Batman is Bruce Wayne or if Bruce Wayne is Batman.

Superman is Lois Lane's man. Enough said.

#165 Posted by Zeropainifyn (7 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman....because he's Batman... lol, no but in new world it's Batman and her, before it was Superman and her, but i like Batman more....cause he's Batman...lol

#166 Posted by Captain13 (3314 posts) - - Show Bio

Steve Trevor

#167 Posted by tazze019 (28 posts) - - Show Bio

The Flash

#168 Posted by Crom-Cruach (8792 posts) - - Show Bio

Ugh! this again. It's been done a thousand times, I should just copy paste my answer and leave it at that. People should just stop getting worked up about this.

O.K here goes... again.

Personality wise if (and that's a big if) there had to be a choice (which there is no need for, all on that later). It has to be Bruce. Why and naysayers need to get over it is because, out of love interest they've played around with. Bruce is the closest in personality to what she could love as part of a couple. Batman is the closest of established possible love interests to what Diana would want. Batman is a warrior, not just a hero. He's the kind of person who will fight his way out of Tartarus and face his demons. He's a man of taste and culture which falls into the Greek paradigm of that a man should be. Along with being an intellectual who solves his problems with brains (Odysseus anyone).

It doesn't take a theoretical physician to see it....But it will never happen or at least for long because if they did....

We couldn't have core Gotham batman stories anymore. How the hell would Diana fit in stories involving murder mysteries, Gangsters and psychopatic human or lower level super-human threats? Crazy conspiracies? These are the stories we have and want of batman, the JLA stories are mostly side stories (important yes) but they are nothing in importance to core stories: The killing Joke, War Games, No Man's land, Court of Owls, the Long Halloween. None of these could happen with Diana in the picture.

That's it. It's perfectly logical to play around for crossovers and universal events but it can't become some core and consistent to Batman stories otherwise we can't have the core stories anymore.

Now Diana, she doesn't need a love interest to make her interesting. She's one of the best DC characters and she has so much potential wasted on a constant basis. What she needs is enough stories to make fans go "WoW!" enough to go tell their friends about her, then the friends of those friends. Diana doesn't need a love interest for her to have good stories about a complex character with a lot to offer a reader. As such constant shipping with XYZ character is not only pointless but detrimental to a discussion about making the character reach the potential it could as a narrative worth reading.

Am I saying she shouldn't or can't have a love interest. No but such an interest shouldn't be there just to titillate fans or have horny 15 years high five when they see her naked posterior after XYZ character finally deflowered her and other fans just scream with incoherent rage. The only acceptable point for Diana to develop a relationship is to tell a good story. That's it. Could a writer pull it off? Sure if this writer creating a story has both the skill, will to follow through with his plans, and the backing to make it happen. Will it likely, track record says no. Her relationships so far have been largely artificial (thought for my part I like Blackest Night with Bruce, Kingdom Come with Clark and JLU again with Bruce)

So in closing, yes Bruce as a love interest could work. He certainly has the qualities to make it happen. Should it happen? That's the real problem as it means a fundamental shift of the tone and scale of batman stories and unless they break up and god status quo resumes (like it's always the case in American comics). The stories told have to be worth it for the batman side. And for the wonder woman side, it absolutely needs to follow the criteria described above, or it's just insulting to the character. And she's already suffered enough bad writing already.

So again, people chill and get over it. That there is the core issue.

#169 Posted by moywar700 (2775 posts) - - Show Bio

@Crom-Cruach said:

Batman can have gotham stories with her but she will have to lose her powers. She is a formidable meele fighter.I don't want her to lose her powers because this sets her character backwards.

#170 Posted by Crom-Cruach (8792 posts) - - Show Bio

@moywar700 said:

@Crom-Cruach said:

Batman can have gotham stories with her but she will have to lose her powers. She is a formidable meele fighter.I don't want her to lose her powers because this sets her character backwards.

You're basically saying exactly what I'm saying in fewer words

It comes down to the core of the wonder woman side of my point. Is that really doing a great DC character the justice she deserves and never gets? Does that really make for a good story? Unless the writer in charge is outstanding, probably not.

Wonder Woman's world is mythical gods, terrible beasts of legend. City leveling threats. Feuds between immortals that carry out for centuries. Not crawling down in the sewers in with an infrared light looking for an entirely human psycho killer that eats the faces of children and sends their bones to their parents (which can actually be made into a typical batman story)

#171 Posted by Goldenboy_Prime (172 posts) - - Show Bio
#172 Posted by nickzambuto (13327 posts) - - Show Bio

@Goldenboy_Prime said:

lol

#173 Posted by Video_Martian (5645 posts) - - Show Bio

Currently, Superman.

#174 Posted by moywar700 (2775 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto said:

@Goldenboy_Prime said:

lol

#175 Edited by Darksider555 (399 posts) - - Show Bio

@The Impersonator: Brofists here,brofists everywhere... :D

#176 Posted by sinestro_GL (3122 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't think the animated shows count when discussing a comic book character...

#177 Posted by brettjett (55 posts) - - Show Bio

Ahem!, "wondergirl246"!!!

As a studied Wonder Woman expert, its my duty to point out the foolishness in your assertions:

>>>>>>WONDERGIRL246 SAID: she really doesn't need a love interest at all. <<<<<<

Says who?! WW is like any woman, and has human needs. Which includes a companion! Treating her like some mindless fighting machine of a warrior goes against what the character is....human.

>>>>>>WONDERGIRL246 SAID: Steve Trevor is lame, and it's insulting to have her fall in love with literally the first man she sees<<<<<<

The Steve character was designed specifically to complement WW as her one & only true love...just as Angel was to Buffy...just as Orion was to Artemis/Diana. The fact that she fell in love with the first man she saw has real world implications of the strong polarity of masculine/feminine energy, which was created from WW's years of isolation from men...and then to suddenly have one in front of her. Opposite polarities equals ATTRACTION. Dr. Marston purposely designed the love dynamic that way to reflect the real world psychology involved.

>>>>>>WONDERGIRL246 SAID: There is no existing male character in the DC universe that makes a logical or useful pair with her<<<<<<

That's becuz STEVE TREVOR is the only man that makes a logical/useful pair with her.

>>>>>>WONDERGIRL246 SAID: creating one from whole cloth would be forced<<<<<<

There's no need to create one from fresh.....Steve Trevor already exists, doing what he was specifically designed for.

>>>>>>WONDERGIRL246 SAID: she's an Amazon - she shouldn't be looking to shack up with a man.<<<<<<

She's not only an Amazon, but she's the most human....She is SPECIAL among them....She is THE ONE. So whatever cliches attached to Amazons, they don't quite apply to WW.

>>>>>>WONDERGIRL246 SAID: Let her stay as a chaste warrior goddess says I.<<<<<<

Thank the goddesses that its NOT you that has the say. Chaste she should be, yes....as indicated by her namesake, Diana, who is a virgin goddess. But a goddess she is NOT. WW is an Amazon....a demigod, if anything.

>>>>>>WONDERGIRL246 SAID: Not every character needs a romantic partner and the illusion of the white picket fence happy ending.

Not every character implied that they needed one! Superheroes are about happy endings, thru the hard work they put forth to produce them!

NOBODY suggested that WW have a white picket fence ending. But she should have a mate...and does have one, as dictated & designed by Dr. William Marston.

@AND TO EVERYONE ELSE:

WW already has an love all her own from the Trinity. One that was SPECIFICALLY designed for her by Dr. Marston.....Steve Trevor.

Robin/Nightwing would not date WW...he already has Starfire---the hot alien chick, who loves Earth Dick...Grayson, that is.

#178 Edited by GWHH (568 posts) - - Show Bio
#179 Posted by Mediumguy (166 posts) - - Show Bio

@Goldenboy_Prime said:

lol Exctasy.

#180 Posted by Goldenboy_Prime (172 posts) - - Show Bio

@GWHH said:

Here a better question. Why does Superman love Losi Lane??

http://www.imagebam.com/image/ee446b218234007

I feel like that question is similar to asking, "what's the meaning of life?", nobody truly knows. I say it's bad writing, but I've never liked Lane so I'm biased.

#181 Posted by BlackWind (5998 posts) - - Show Bio

She "loves" all her friends.

#182 Posted by bueubue (7 posts) - - Show Bio

Superman, Superman is better and more loyal than I brood in the darkness like a punk Bats.

#183 Posted by jphulk26 (1332 posts) - - Show Bio

batman. supermans too obvious,

#184 Posted by SUNMAN (7221 posts) - - Show Bio
#185 Posted by Mediumguy (166 posts) - - Show Bio

WW and Superman is too easy and uninteresting.

#186 Posted by htb106 (1641 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmmm... No idea

No clue which one it could be...

Any other ideas?

Does anyone know?

Ah, well... I guess We'll never know...

#187 Posted by BlackWind (5998 posts) - - Show Bio

@Mediumguy: Batman's just as obvious, in a different way. People want Diana to "fix" Bruce. Besides it'd never last. Diana can't be brought down to the street level.

#188 Posted by Mediumguy (166 posts) - - Show Bio

But wouldn't you want to see them try?

#189 Posted by SmashBrawler (5601 posts) - - Show Bio

@Mediumguy said:

But wouldn't you want to see them try?

If you want to see what would come out of Batman and Wonder Woman's relationship, you should check out JLA #90, where Diana decides to use J'onn's subconscious articulator to see if she really wants to be with Bruce.

#190 Posted by Dernman (14899 posts) - - Show Bio

No not even a little bit.

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#191 Edited by Press Oblivion (1643 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought her relationship with Aquaman in Flashpoint was the most poignant.And then the blood fued . . .so romantic.

@htb106: LOL!

#192 Posted by PassionFlower (960 posts) - - Show Bio

I prefer her with Batman but I guess that's not going to happen.

#193 Posted by Stormbox (2001 posts) - - Show Bio

I never liked her with batman to be honest...

#194 Posted by Press Oblivion (1643 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman has Catwoman and a multitude of other women who are into Cosplay what does he need Wonder Woman for?

#195 Posted by cloudzackvincent (1026 posts) - - Show Bio

currently this is not even a question

#196 Posted by LexLuthor (101 posts) - - Show Bio

@Shotgun said:

Steve Trever is Wonder Woman's main love interest. Used to call Diana his angel during pre-crisis DCU or something.

Batman's a stiff. The only charming part of him is his Bruce Wayne self, and there's a lot of argument about whether or not Batman is Bruce Wayne or if Bruce Wayne is Batman.

Superman is Lois Lane's man. Enough said.

THIS.

#197 Edited by Press Oblivion (1643 posts) - - Show Bio

What if Lois Lane and Steve Trevor became an item. They could commiserate over how much their Super Wonder significant others are never there and then you know.... stuff.

#198 Edited by Sovereign91001 (4181 posts) - - Show Bio

@htb106 said:

Hmmm... No idea

No clue which one it could be...

Any other ideas?

Does anyone know?

Ah, well... I guess We'll never know...

QFT

@Goldenboy_Prime said:

@GWHH said:

Here a better question. Why does Superman love Losi Lane??

http://www.imagebam.com/image/ee446b218234007

I feel like that question is similar to asking, "what's the meaning of life?", nobody truly knows. I say it's bad writing, but I've never liked Lane so I'm biased.

And this.

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#200 Posted by jobbernos (1420 posts) - - Show Bio

supes.