The ancient Greek gods are generally depicted quite differently from those members of the divinity in Judeo-Christian-Islamic beliefs. As opposed to the latter where mankind is created in the image of God and is thus inherently flawed, the Greek gods are much more like an extreme exaggeration of humanity. In some cases these gods and goddesses just take on the persona of a necessary function of human living, for instance Hestia with the home or Demeter with the harvest. In other cases though the deities become more the traits associated with what they represent, for instance Aphrodite gets depicted as vain or Ares as tempestuous and evil. Generally speaking with the gods as they relate to Wonder Woman the depiction of the gods has generally been whatever they needed to get the story across. In Wonder Woman's origin story all the female gods come together to create the Amazons in a coalition that would never have been seen in the ancient days. It is therefore interesting that with the new 52 reboot of Wonder Woman that the gods are getting a treatment more relevant to their ancient depictions. Foremost among these is the depiction of Hera as vengeful and bitter and seeking revenge against the infidelities of her husband, specifically as it relates to Hippolyta. In Wonder Woman #3 (spoilers ahead) she confronts Hippolyta and although initially angry, seems to take some pity on her. Although her depiction has been a lot more accurate in the reboot, it is seems to have been shifted back to the older style here with the gods all of a sudden acting reasonable as long as it moves the plot along. Of course, this was only halfway through the issue, and if she is responsible for the development at the end, it seems like the depiction is still being handled pretty accurately according to the myth.