Did anyone read Justice League #11? (WW Spoilers)

#1 Posted by 4_color_image (220 posts) - - Show Bio

We get a better idea of how powerful Diana is and her character...

  • She breaks out of one of GL's constructs & punches him across town!
  • She punches Superman & he mentions he is gonna feel that one for awhile!
  • We also get to see she has a short temper!
  • When Batman tells her the JL does not cut the heads off their enemies she tells Batman she does! (I love a Wonder Woman who will kill!)
  • She still has STRONG feeling for Steve!

All in all a great issue with a strong focus on Diana & her relationship with Steve!

#2 Posted by daredevil21134 (12675 posts) - - Show Bio

cool

#3 Posted by TheCommissar (143 posts) - - Show Bio

To be fair, the team wasn't trying to hurt Wonder Woman; they were doing their best to calm her down and she was sucker-punching them out of fear of Steve's life.

#4 Posted by starrk_coyote (600 posts) - - Show Bio

@4_color_image said:

We get a better idea of how powerful Diana is and her character...

  • She breaks out of one of GL's constructs & punches him across town!
  • She punches Superman & he mentions he is gonna feel that one for awhile!
  • We also get to see she has a short temper!
  • When Batman tells her the JL does not cut the heads off their enemies she tells Batman she does! (I love a Wonder Woman who will kill!)
  • She still has STRONG feeling for Steve!

All in all a great issue with a strong focus on Diana & her relationship with Steve!

number 4 is SO true! i love that look on her, cover blood and mud and holding the head dead guy or some one like that, that TO ME is when she is in hotest look.

#5 Posted by jointron33 (1813 posts) - - Show Bio

ww should not kill senselessly! she is not freakin zealot

#6 Posted by UltimateSMfan (1509 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheCommissar said:

To be fair, the team wasn't trying to hurt Wonder Woman; they were doing their best to calm her down and she was sucker-punching them out of fear of Steve's life.

#7 Posted by jrock85 (2850 posts) - - Show Bio

I didn't really like how she was portrayed in this issue.

#8 Posted by haydenclaireheroes (7559 posts) - - Show Bio

I hope we get more Steve and Diana in the next couple of issues. But with the cliffhanger at the end who knows

#9 Posted by Dextersinister (6512 posts) - - Show Bio

@jrock85 said:

I didn't really like how she was portrayed in this issue.

Agreed, she came across as childish so they could force a team fight. Grief is not an excuse to throw people at cars.

#10 Posted by Z3RO180 (6709 posts) - - Show Bio

@4_color_image:it is a great great readd a while back some one made a thread saying that they we killing of steve to make way for supes and ww with all the thing that happend in issue 11 and what might happen in issue 12 it looks like that dude was right.

#11 Posted by SandMan_ (4528 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks like Wonder Woman is getting some showtime. About damn time, its like the JL,so far, has been a GL and Batman book. Hopefully Aquaman, Cyborg AND Superman get some light as well....Specially Superman.

#12 Posted by CODYSF (2053 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheCommissar said:

To be fair, the team wasn't trying to hurt Wonder Woman; they were doing their best to calm her down and she was sucker-punching them out of fear of Steve's life.

#13 Posted by jrock85 (2850 posts) - - Show Bio

@Dextersinister said:

@jrock85 said:

I didn't really like how she was portrayed in this issue.

Agreed, she came across as childish so they could force a team fight. Grief is not an excuse to throw people at cars.

Yep. Come to think of it, that's pretty much how the series began.

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

I ship Steve and Diana. Glad that their relationship is getting more development, I guess.

#15 Posted by UsagiTsukino (245 posts) - - Show Bio

The only problem he is in love with Lois. Let's hope that chances

#16 Posted by herrweis (437 posts) - - Show Bio

someone mentioned how she acts childish in this issue,well she is 23 so she is a child(being over 18 only makes one an adult on paper,a 23 yr old still doesnt know shit..lol) but i do like how powerful she is knocking supes out of the way .but as much attention as she got i still kind of feel that it was still a focus on G.L.I wish more team members got face time other than G.L. and Batman,they may as well call the book g.l./batman presents.

#17 Posted by x_29 (2274 posts) - - Show Bio

I prefer Azzarello's Wonder Woman

#18 Posted by Superdork (912 posts) - - Show Bio

@x_29 said:

I prefer Azzarello's Wonder Woman

Is that you Leon of Spill.com? =O

#19 Posted by TheAmazingImmortalMan (3879 posts) - - Show Bio

probably the best issue in the series so far imo,

@Dextersinister said:

@jrock85 said:

I didn't really like how she was portrayed in this issue.

Agreed, she came across as childish so they could force a team fight. Grief is not an excuse to throw people at cars.

childish yes. but can you blame her someone she cared about was in danger she wasn't thinking rationally she just wanted to get to wherever Steve was to save him.

#20 Posted by x_29 (2274 posts) - - Show Bio

@Superdork said:

@x_29 said:

I prefer Azzarello's Wonder Woman

Is that you Leon of Spill.com? =O

No, I am but a big fan of spill :)

#21 Edited by cameron83 (7643 posts) - - Show Bio

did everyone forget about flash and aquaman,can we just hurry up and make things back to the way they were,i mean,ok i get it they are still young and their are only 7 members of the justice league in all,but hurry up,bring on the secret society of super villains,bring on kid flash,and raven,they still haven't shown these characters...but again it's too early to complain,but come on...i really don't like these justice league issues,before they were easily the most powerful team,now they are just...meh

WHEN ARE THEY GONNA GET LIKE THIS:

now it seems like they are just adolescents arguing over each other all the team (and as much as i hate to say it) green lantern is right,batman is utterly useless.

before i can easily say that the justice league was the most powerful team,now i can't,now it seems like stormwatch is.

and what about all the buildup,and what about all the arcs and the dangerous villains,and the buildup....what about the secret society of super villains,etc,can they hurry up with bringing that...i mean,i know we are getting to that,even the characters are 23 and they are bringing in cheetah soon,and it said she is one of the biggest threats to the dcu,but seriously come on,what about all those blood pumping story arcs that make me say,yeah dc is bad@$$,now i can't see those,even the darkseid epidemic was lame and boring,he didn't even really seem like a threat.

The crime syndicate and justice lords don't seem like a threat either,and the secret society of supervillains (lex luthor,joker,black adam,ra's al ghul,black manta) should be the main justice league villains,but i doubt it...well as long as things get back to the way they were supposed to be,than i'm ok.

i want things to be normal again,and i don't want helspont to be one of the main villains or big threats...and again,now i think that the only way the justice league can take down the wildcats or stormwatch is through PIS...what happened to most powerful teams,when can they be adults and not kids,and when are they gonna grow extremely huge to more than 7 members,now darkseid doesn't even seem like a big threat,honestly,what happened to the omega,anti-life equation-searching darkseid...this one is just lame,we never even saw granny goodness or the female furies,etc.

i don't know,i just want things to be the same,and the justice league art looks like cartoon drawings,i know their not supposed to be realistic,and maybe it's too early to rant since they haven't even brought in most of these characters,and they are still in their 20's.....so we will wait,but i hope lex is still a big business man in new 52...but they are JUST bringing in cheetah later,and they said "one of the biggest threats to the dcu",so i guess i am getting what i want,but i have to wait and see,but deathstroke looks stupid,go with his concept and make him one of the secret society of super villains members,PLEASE!

you should get a concept of what i'm saying,i want things to get back to the way they were...for example,the big threats seem like baby threats now,like amazo,and i want the old teams,and i want the society (of supervillains)...and make the justice league how they were already,stop making them be 22 year olds.

And for 1 thing,nobody even notices flash and aquaman on the team,they just stand there

#22 Posted by WDW (1520 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheCommissar said:

To be fair, the team wasn't trying to hurt Wonder Woman; they were doing their best to calm her down and she was sucker-punching them out of fear of Steve's life.

To be fair Wonder Woman was also not trying to hurt them either. AND Green Lantern was NOT sucker punched.

#23 Posted by TheAnnihilator (1028 posts) - - Show Bio

@WDW: Did you read the issue? What part of that was her trying not to hurt anyone? And Hal was completely sucker punched.

#24 Edited by WDW (1520 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheAnnihilator said:

@WDW: Did you read the issue? What part of that was her trying not to hurt anyone? And Hal was completely sucker punched.

Wonder Woman was trying to go off and rescue Steve Trevor and the rest of the Justice league was trying to stop her. She was matching force with force not TRYING to hurt them.

The reason why its not a sucker punch is that HAL was in a defensive mode and standing behind her. He had her trapped he was in control blocking her path. Wonder Woman asked him twice to release her (gave warning). Wonder Woman broke free of it and sent him flying. Hal under estimated her power (being arrogant and cocky) he did not expect her to break his construct that's all. But he certainly expected Wonder Woman to try to break the construct which she did. His miscalculation is not her sucker punch.

Definition

A sucker punch is a blow made without warning, allowing no time for preparation or defense on the part of the recipient. The term is generally reserved for situations where the way in which the blow has been delivered is considered unfair or unethical. In practice, this often includes blows delivered from close range or from behind

#25 Posted by SmoothJammin (2350 posts) - - Show Bio

Sucker Punch:

#26 Edited by TheCommissar (143 posts) - - Show Bio

@WDW said:

@TheCommissar said:

To be fair, the team wasn't trying to hurt Wonder Woman; they were doing their best to calm her down and she was sucker-punching them out of fear of Steve's life.

To be fair Wonder Woman was also not trying to hurt them either. AND Green Lantern was NOT sucker punched.

All Hal was trying to do was get her to calm down and get her to see reason that she couldn't take Graves on alone. Diana didn't listen, and instead destroyed his construct (sending him careening into a car, no less). A tad uncalled for and nearly out of nowhere, don't you think? As for not trying to harm anyone, is that why she cut Hal across the chest with her sword?

@WDW said:

@TheAnnihilator said:

@WDW: Did you read the issue? What part of that was her trying not to hurt anyone? And Hal was completely sucker punched.

Wonder Woman was trying to go off and rescue Steve Trevor and the rest of the Justice league was trying to stop her. She was matching force with force not TRYING to hurt them.

The reason why its not a sucker punch is that HAL was in a defensive mode and standing behind her. He had her trapped he was in control blocking her path. Wonder Woman asked him twice to release her (gave warning). Wonder Woman broke free of it and sent him flying. Hal under estimated her power (being arrogant and cocky) he did not expect her to break his construct that's all. But he certainly expected Wonder Woman to try to break the construct which she did. His miscalculation is not her sucker punch.

Definition

A sucker punch is a blow made without warning, allowing no time for preparation or defense on the part of the recipient. The term is generally reserved for situations where the way in which the blow has been delivered is considered unfair or unethical. In practice, this often includes blows delivered from close range or from behind

And what do you call Wonder Woman suddenly kicking Superman across town when all he was trying to do was prevent her from beating on Hal?

#27 Edited by cloudzackvincent (1025 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheCommissar said:

@WDW said:

@TheCommissar said:

To be fair, the team wasn't trying to hurt Wonder Woman; they were doing their best to calm her down and she was sucker-punching them out of fear of Steve's life.

To be fair Wonder Woman was also not trying to hurt them either. AND Green Lantern was NOT sucker punched.

All Hal was trying to do was get her to calm down and get her to see reason that she couldn't take Graves on alone. Diana didn't listen, and instead destroyed his construct (sending him careening into a car, no less). A tad uncalled for and nearly out of nowhere, don't you think? As for not trying to harm anyone, is that why she cut Hal across the chest with her sword?

@WDW said:

@TheAnnihilator said:

@WDW: Did you read the issue? What part of that was her trying not to hurt anyone? And Hal was completely sucker punched.

Wonder Woman was trying to go off and rescue Steve Trevor and the rest of the Justice league was trying to stop her. She was matching force with force not TRYING to hurt them.

The reason why its not a sucker punch is that HAL was in a defensive mode and standing behind her. He had her trapped he was in control blocking her path. Wonder Woman asked him twice to release her (gave warning). Wonder Woman broke free of it and sent him flying. Hal under estimated her power (being arrogant and cocky) he did not expect her to break his construct that's all. But he certainly expected Wonder Woman to try to break the construct which she did. His miscalculation is not her sucker punch.

Definition

A sucker punch is a blow made without warning, allowing no time for preparation or defense on the part of the recipient. The term is generally reserved for situations where the way in which the blow has been delivered is considered unfair or unethical. In practice, this often includes blows delivered from close range or from behind

And what do you call Wonder Woman suddenly kicking Superman across town when all he was trying to do was prevent her from beating on Hal?

i agree...a person who is not trying to hurt someone would never slash him across the chest.. she was in rage mode and not thinking straight....

#28 Posted by UsagiTsukino (245 posts) - - Show Bio

So superman is no longer invulnerable magic?

#29 Posted by Katie24 (488 posts) - - Show Bio

Can someone clear this up for me? Which takes place first, the current Wonder Woman storyline or the current Justice League storyline or are they both taking place in current time?

#30 Posted by YoggSaron (812 posts) - - Show Bio

@Katie24 said:

Can someone clear this up for me? Which takes place first, the current Wonder Woman storyline or the current Justice League storyline or are they both taking place in current time?

They happen at different times, but it's impossible to tell which takes place first. It's best to just not think about it.

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