What if Wonder Woman Lives in Marvel Universe

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#1 Posted by ruler (420 posts) - - Show Bio

Her man free island still present and Themysciran embassy still present

How can she fit in crossovers

Secret İnvasion

Civil War

Infinıty Gaunlet

World War Hulk

what will be his relationship others

Thor

Henry Pym

Steve Rogers

Dr Doom

Nick Fury

Spiderman

Namor

Hulk

Norman Osborn

Invisible Woman

Wolverine

Storm

#2 Posted by Raiiyn (3597 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis: duuudddeee.. Thor & Wonder Woman = 3/4 God babies o.O

#3 Posted by Raiiyn (3597 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis: ITS TWINS!!

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

I can't bear the thought of Bendis getting his hands on Wonder Woman.

#5 Posted by Hawkeye446 (3866 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

@Raiiyn: GET HER AWAY FROM THOR ---- AWAAAYYYYYYYY........

Get Thor away from her more like -_-

#6 Posted by sethysquare (3842 posts) - - Show Bio
So marvel already has their copycat wonder woman. Im sure if WW has a book in marvel itll be cancelled within 10 issues.
#7 Posted by ReVamp (22798 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel would...

Actually, I won't even say it.

#8 Posted by Jean_Luc_LeBeau (84704 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

@Raiiyn:

You cannot compare --- this is a real warrior goddess - SIF IS DA BOMB!!!!!

Hahahaha oh, you're serious?

#9 Posted by Jean_Luc_LeBeau (84704 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis: Hey I get it, Sif is a beast. But she's no Diana.

#10 Posted by TAneT62 (1071 posts) - - Show Bio

@Gambler said:

@lykopis: Hey I get it, Sif is a beast. But she's no Diana.

#11 Posted by WaveMotionCannon (5690 posts) - - Show Bio

She'd probably be an Avenger or have Red She Hulks spot in the Defenders.
It would've been awesome if she came over in the 80s and they could have tied her into the Hercules limited series with Bob Laytin doing the pencils.

#12 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio

The Adventures of the Marvelous Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman has been put in the Marvel universe through strange circumstances. Who does she meet? Who does she forge relationships with? Who are her enemies? Here is a potential list of allies and a rouges gallery for the Marvelous Wonder Woman.

1. Namor

The king of Atlantis himself, and probably the bane of of Diana's existence on Earth 616. He's not as much an enemy as he is an annoyance. His constant attempts to win Diana's affection through dominating her is often enough times to send Diana over the edge.

2. Wolverine

When Diana first meets Wolverine her feelings for him are pretty much indifferent, and she sees him as a good ally and friend. Over time she develops some feeling for him, and over time Logan does as well, but events would occur that would keep the two from ever carrying their relationship further.

3. Ms. Marvel

Probably Diana's closest friend on Earth 616. The two would go as far as to share an apartment together.

4. Captain America

Diana and Steve see eye to eye on a lot of things, but the don't always get along. They are good friends and can easily put aside their differences for the good of mankind, but truth be told he reminds her a little too much of a certain "big blue boy scout" back home.

5. Spider-Man

Diana really likes Peter, but as one really likes a friend that can always make them laugh even in their darkest of moments. There are many times that Peter has cheered her up, and the two have a very close friendship. The will go to great lengths to help one another such as from helping to take down Doctor Octopus latest contraption to showing up as Peter's date for a special party.

6. Iron Man

Diana and Tony have probably the strangest relationship of all the other Avengers. They are good friends, but there is a sense of distance between them. His rich playboy attitude reminds her a lot of the "Caped Crusader", minus all the brooding and extra Wayne. Strangely enough though, he has never hit on her once during their entire time working together. Much to Diana's disappointment.

7. Hulk

Diana rarely interacts with Banner, but when she does she sees a man given a gift that he doesn't want, but at the same time she believes that Banner is the best person to be in possession of such a raw force of power. The Hulk itself is indeed a monster to her, and Diana thinks that it is unfortunate for a man like Banner to have to bear that curse.

8. Carnage

Kletus Cassidy is one of Diana's arch-enemies on Earth 616. To Diana the man is pure evil and the symbiote attached to him only makes him that much more nefarious. At one point Carnage managed to take over Diana and used her to attack the people of Earth 616. A lot of damage was done and it scarred Diana so much that she still has nightmares of the symbiote till this day.

9. Hercules

Diana really can't stand him because of the fact that of the woe his Multiverse counterpart brought down upon the Amazons. She admits that he is somewhat different, but she cannot entirely shake her contempt. Luckily though she is often able to put aside differences when the need to work together outweighs what would happen if they did not. Hercules often remarks on how much of her mother she sees in her, despite the fact that Earth 616's Hippolyta is not Diana's mother

10. Artume

Diana's counterpart and Arch-Nemesis on Earth 616. Artume is disgusted by Diana's claim to be a daughter of the Amazon's and Hippolyta, and seeks to destroy her and expose her as a farce. Diana is in turn angered by Artume's disposition often scolding the girl about how her anger is wasted and how she is living her life in vanity when she could be so much greater.

11. She-Hulk

Another one of Diana's close friends on Earth 616. The two women are often see together chit chatting about life or working together on an Avengers Mission. Diana likes her friend, but often comments about how "eccentric" she is.

12. Deadpool

*sigh* The man usually doesn't stay conscious for very long when he's around Diana, which has in turn only made the "Merc with a Mouth" run his mouth even more. It's quite a sad story really.

13. Daredevil

Diana didn't know what to think of Matt Murdock when she first met him other than his choice of cologne was rather strong. He was unique in a sense that he had a way with words and charm unlike any other man she had met. At one point he manages to gain her affection, but there was something about him that was off setting. She couldn't quite place what it was, but it was enough to make her want to keep her distance from him emotionally. They rarely have the opportunity to work together seeing as they are called to work different mission types. Truth be told they really don't want to work together too much, because the longer they are around one another the more awkward things seem to get.

14. Delphyne

Delphyne is the Queen of the Amazons on Earth 616, and though at first she is not quite what Diana expects she comes to respect her rule of the Amazons.

#13 Posted by SC (13403 posts) - - Show Bio
@lykopis said:

You cannot compare --- this is a real warrior goddess - SIF IS DA BOMB!!!!!

 
 
Quoted for the accuracy and anatomical truth.  
 
Though I guess I could try some absurd argument and reason that she is no Minnie Mouse or Betty Boop....  =p
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#14 Posted by Raiiyn (3597 posts) - - Show Bio

@Gambler said:

@lykopis: Hey I get it, Sif is a beast. But she's no Diana.

^^^^^

@lykopis: WONDER BETTY?!?!?!?!!?!?

#15 Posted by SC (13403 posts) - - Show Bio
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#16 Posted by BlackArmor (6138 posts) - - Show Bio

@jrock85 said:

I can't bear the thought of Bendis getting his hands on Wonder Woman.

QFT

#17 Posted by Raiiyn (3597 posts) - - Show Bio

@SC: O.O

... and no... no it does not... BUT WW DOES

look a the wiw babbbyyy oooo saaa kkkeeewwwtttt

**side note.. must read SC's slash fiction ...

#18 Posted by Raiiyn (3597 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis: no, no.. Super WONDER Baby =)

#19 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio
#20 Posted by Kairan1979 (16926 posts) - - Show Bio

They already had their version of Wonder Woman - Power Princess, also known as Zarda.

#21 Posted by Smart_Dork_Dude (2685 posts) - - Show Bio

@Delphic: Couldn't have said it better myself.

#22 Posted by ThanosIsMad (2216 posts) - - Show Bio

@Delphic:

I love your post, and proves the point that any one of DC's characters could be modified to fit inside the Marvel U (and vice versa) while keeping the character true to itself.

#23 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio

@Smart_Dork_Dude: Thank You :)

@ThanosIsMad: Thank You. It's really just a list that I've been working on from time to time. I might add a little more to it now.

#24 Posted by Smart_Dork_Dude (2685 posts) - - Show Bio

@Delphic said:

@Smart_Dork_Dude: Thank You :)

@ThanosIsMad: Thank You. It's really just a list that I've been working on from time to time. I might add a little more to it now.

If you do add more, put down Thor, Venom, X-23, and Nova

#25 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio

@Smart_Dork_Dude said:

@Delphic said:

@Smart_Dork_Dude: Thank You :)

@ThanosIsMad: Thank You. It's really just a list that I've been working on from time to time. I might add a little more to it now.

If you do add more, put down Thor, Venom, X-23, and Nova

Thor, Venom, and X-23 I could probably do, but I'm not so sure about Nova. Haven't read much about him.

#26 Posted by Smart_Dork_Dude (2685 posts) - - Show Bio

@Delphic said:

@S

Thor, Venom, and X-23 I could probably do, but I'm not so sure about Nova. Haven't read much about him.

He's basically Marvel's version of GL. He doesn't have the same powers, but the space cop thing is there.

#27 Posted by Lady_Liberty (8439 posts) - - Show Bio

The biggest issue would be one of power level. Diana is very powerful by the standards of Marvel, and she isn't likely to meekly go along with the Marvel Heroes lax idea of heroism.

A bunch of faces would get punched in the Civil War, and it would be really short.

Secret Invasion would involve a Lasso and 'Tell me who else is a Skrull', and then would be much shorter.

The Infinity Gauntlet would probably have been about the same as it was.

World War Hulk would have consisted of one fight. Then Hulk could come back down from orbit a few years later when he calmed down.

#28 Posted by Billy Batson (58360 posts) - - Show Bio

So fan art
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#29 Posted by RyuHayabusa (2019 posts) - - Show Bio
#30 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@Delphic said:

The Adventures of the Marvelous Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman has been put in the Marvel universe through strange circumstances. Who does she meet? Who does she forge relationships with? Who are her enemies? Here is a potential list of allies and a rouges gallery for the Marvelous Wonder Woman.

1. Namor

The king of Atlantis himself, and probably the bane of of Diana's existence on Earth 616. He's not as much an enemy as he is an annoyance. His constant attempts to win Diana's affection through dominating her is often enough times to send Diana over the edge.

2. Wolverine

When Diana first meets Wolverine her feelings for him are pretty much indifferent, and she sees him as a good ally and friend. Over time she develops some feeling for him, and over time Logan does as well, but events would occur that would keep the two from ever carrying their relationship further.

3. Ms. Marvel

Probably Diana's closest friend on Earth 616. The two would go as far as to share an apartment together.

4. Captain America

Diana and Steve see eye to eye on a lot of things, but the don't always get along. They are good friends and can easily put aside their differences for the good of mankind, but truth be told he reminds her a little too much of a certain "big blue boy scout" back home.

5. Spider-Man

Diana really likes Peter, but as one really likes a friend that can always make them laugh even in their darkest of moments. There are many times that Peter has cheered her up, and the two have a very close friendship. The will go to great lengths to help one another such as from helping to take down Doctor Octopus latest contraption to showing up as Peter's date for a special party.

6. Iron Man

Diana and Tony have probably the strangest relationship of all the other Avengers. They are good friends, but there is a sense of distance between them. His rich playboy attitude reminds her a lot of the "Caped Crusader", minus all the brooding and extra Wayne. Strangely enough though, he has never hit on her once during their entire time working together. Much to Diana's disappointment.

7. Hulk

Diana rarely interacts with Banner, but when she does she sees a man given a gift that he doesn't want, but at the same time she believes that Banner is the best person to be in possession of such a raw force of power. The Hulk itself is indeed a monster to her, and Diana thinks that it is unfortunate for a man like Banner to have to bear that curse.

8. Carnage

Kletus Cassidy is one of Diana's arch-enemies on Earth 616. To Diana the man is pure evil and the symbiote attached to him only makes him that much more nefarious. At one point Carnage managed to take over Diana and used her to attack the people of Earth 616. A lot of damage was done and it scarred Diana so much that she still has nightmares of the symbiote till this day.

9. Hercules

Diana really can't stand him because of the fact that of the woe his Multiverse counterpart brought down upon the Amazons. She admits that he is somewhat different, but she cannot entirely shake her contempt. Luckily though she is often able to put aside differences when the need to work together outweighs what would happen if they did not. Hercules often remarks on how much of her mother she sees in her, despite the fact that Earth 616's Hippolyta is not Diana's mother

10. Artume

Diana's counterpart and Arch-Nemesis on Earth 616. Artume is disgusted by Diana's claim to be a daughter of the Amazon's and Hippolyta, and seeks to destroy her and expose her as a farce. Diana is in turn angered by Artume's disposition often scolding the girl about how her anger is wasted and how she is living her life in vanity when she could be so much greater.

11. She-Hulk

Another one of Diana's close friends on Earth 616. The two women are often see together chit chatting about life or working together on an Avengers Mission. Diana likes her friend, but often comments about how "eccentric" she is.

12. Deadpool

*sigh* The man usually doesn't stay conscious for very long when he's around Diana, which has in turn only made the "Merc with a Mouth" run his mouth even more. It's quite a sad story really.

13. Daredevil

Diana didn't know what to think of Matt Murdock when she first met him other than his choice of cologne was rather strong. He was unique in a sense that he had a way with words and charm unlike any other man she had met. At one point he manages to gain her affection, but there was something about him that was off setting. She couldn't quite place what it was, but it was enough to make her want to keep her distance from him emotionally. They rarely have the opportunity to work together seeing as they are called to work different mission types. Truth be told they really don't want to work together too much, because the longer they are around one another the more awkward things seem to get.

14. Delphyne

Delphyne is the Queen of the Amazons on Earth 616, and though at first she is not quite what Diana expects she comes to respect her rule of the Amazons.

Great, great post, but i find your lack of Thor and Wondie in a romantic relationship disturbing.....

#31 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio

@Jorgevy said:

@Delphic said:

The Adventures of the Marvelous Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman has been put in the Marvel universe through strange circumstances. Who does she meet? Who does she forge relationships with? Who are her enemies? Here is a potential list of allies and a rouges gallery for the Marvelous Wonder Woman.

1. Namor

The king of Atlantis himself, and probably the bane of of Diana's existence on Earth 616. He's not as much an enemy as he is an annoyance. His constant attempts to win Diana's affection through dominating her is often enough times to send Diana over the edge.

2. Wolverine

When Diana first meets Wolverine her feelings for him are pretty much indifferent, and she sees him as a good ally and friend. Over time she develops some feeling for him, and over time Logan does as well, but events would occur that would keep the two from ever carrying their relationship further.

3. Ms. Marvel

Probably Diana's closest friend on Earth 616. The two would go as far as to share an apartment together.

4. Captain America

Diana and Steve see eye to eye on a lot of things, but the don't always get along. They are good friends and can easily put aside their differences for the good of mankind, but truth be told he reminds her a little too much of a certain "big blue boy scout" back home.

5. Spider-Man

Diana really likes Peter, but as one really likes a friend that can always make them laugh even in their darkest of moments. There are many times that Peter has cheered her up, and the two have a very close friendship. The will go to great lengths to help one another such as from helping to take down Doctor Octopus latest contraption to showing up as Peter's date for a special party.

6. Iron Man

Diana and Tony have probably the strangest relationship of all the other Avengers. They are good friends, but there is a sense of distance between them. His rich playboy attitude reminds her a lot of the "Caped Crusader", minus all the brooding and extra Wayne. Strangely enough though, he has never hit on her once during their entire time working together. Much to Diana's disappointment.

7. Hulk

Diana rarely interacts with Banner, but when she does she sees a man given a gift that he doesn't want, but at the same time she believes that Banner is the best person to be in possession of such a raw force of power. The Hulk itself is indeed a monster to her, and Diana thinks that it is unfortunate for a man like Banner to have to bear that curse.

8. Carnage

Kletus Cassidy is one of Diana's arch-enemies on Earth 616. To Diana the man is pure evil and the symbiote attached to him only makes him that much more nefarious. At one point Carnage managed to take over Diana and used her to attack the people of Earth 616. A lot of damage was done and it scarred Diana so much that she still has nightmares of the symbiote till this day.

9. Hercules

Diana really can't stand him because of the fact that of the woe his Multiverse counterpart brought down upon the Amazons. She admits that he is somewhat different, but she cannot entirely shake her contempt. Luckily though she is often able to put aside differences when the need to work together outweighs what would happen if they did not. Hercules often remarks on how much of her mother she sees in her, despite the fact that Earth 616's Hippolyta is not Diana's mother

10. Artume

Diana's counterpart and Arch-Nemesis on Earth 616. Artume is disgusted by Diana's claim to be a daughter of the Amazon's and Hippolyta, and seeks to destroy her and expose her as a farce. Diana is in turn angered by Artume's disposition often scolding the girl about how her anger is wasted and how she is living her life in vanity when she could be so much greater.

11. She-Hulk

Another one of Diana's close friends on Earth 616. The two women are often see together chit chatting about life or working together on an Avengers Mission. Diana likes her friend, but often comments about how "eccentric" she is.

12. Deadpool

*sigh* The man usually doesn't stay conscious for very long when he's around Diana, which has in turn only made the "Merc with a Mouth" run his mouth even more. It's quite a sad story really.

13. Daredevil

Diana didn't know what to think of Matt Murdock when she first met him other than his choice of cologne was rather strong. He was unique in a sense that he had a way with words and charm unlike any other man she had met. At one point he manages to gain her affection, but there was something about him that was off setting. She couldn't quite place what it was, but it was enough to make her want to keep her distance from him emotionally. They rarely have the opportunity to work together seeing as they are called to work different mission types. Truth be told they really don't want to work together too much, because the longer they are around one another the more awkward things seem to get.

14. Delphyne

Delphyne is the Queen of the Amazons on Earth 616, and though at first she is not quite what Diana expects she comes to respect her rule of the Amazons.

Great, great post, but i find your lack of Thor and Wondie in a romantic relationship disturbing.....

You're not the first person who's asked me to add Thor to the list, but currently I can't see Diana and Thor in a relationship. I can see Diana and Sif competing for kills in a battle against frost giants though.

#32 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@Delphic said:

currently I can't see Diana and Thor in a relationship. I can see Diana and Sif competing for kills in a battle against frost giants though.

well, that would be pretty sweet too XD

#33 Posted by jhazzroucher (16512 posts) - - Show Bio

Storm and Wonder Woman team-up.

It'd be great to see the two of them trying to get Wolverine's attention. : )

Ororo Munroe aka Storm and Wonder Woman
#34 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio

@jhazzroucher said:

Storm and Wonder Woman team-up.

It'd be great to see the two of them trying to get Wolverine's attention. : )

Ororo Munroe aka Storm and Wonder Woman

Teaming up yes. Vying for Wolverine's attention no.

#35 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1545 posts) - - Show Bio

I would have loved to see the amazon island get invaded by either WWH or one of the fear itself hammer wielders. or have a whole amazon island of skrulls :) oh ya

#36 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio

I updated my list for those asking about Thor and Storm. There is still more to come though.

The Adventures of the Marvelous Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman has been put in the Marvel universe through strange circumstances. Who does she meet? Who does she forge relationships with? Who are her enemies? Here is a potential list of allies and a rouges gallery for the Marvelous Wonder Woman.

1. Namor

The king of Atlantis himself, and probably the bane of of Diana's existence on Earth 616. He's not as much an enemy as he is an annoyance. His constant attempts to win Diana's affection through dominating her is often enough times to send Diana over the edge.

2. Wolverine

When Diana first meets Wolverine her feelings for him are pretty much indifferent, and she sees him as a good ally and friend. Over time she develops some feeling for him, and over time Logan does as well, but events would occur that would keep the two from ever carrying their relationship further.

3. Ms. Marvel

Probably Diana's closest friend on Earth 616. The two would go as far as to share an apartment together.

4. Captain America

Diana and Steve see eye to eye on a lot of things, but the don't always get along. They are good friends and can easily put aside their differences for the good of mankind, but truth be told he reminds her a little too much of a certain "big blue boy scout" back home.

5. Spider-Man

Diana really likes Peter, but as one really likes a friend that can always make them laugh even in their darkest of moments. There are many times that Peter has cheered her up, and the two have a very close friendship. The will go to great lengths to help one another such as from helping to take down Doctor Octopus latest contraption to showing up as Peter's date for a special party.

6. Iron Man

Diana and Tony have probably the strangest relationship of all the other Avengers. They are good friends, but there is a sense of distance between them. His rich playboy attitude reminds her a lot of the "Caped Crusader", minus all the brooding and extra Wayne. Strangely enough though, he has never hit on her once during their entire time working together. Much to Diana's disappointment.

7. Hulk

Diana rarely interacts with Banner, but when she does she sees a man given a gift that he doesn't want, but at the same time she believes that Banner is the best person to be in possession of such a raw force of power. The Hulk itself is indeed a monster to her, and Diana thinks that it is unfortunate for a man like Banner to have to bear that curse.

8. Carnage

Kletus Cassidy is one of Diana's arch-enemies on Earth 616. To Diana the man is pure evil and the symbiote attached to him only makes him that much more nefarious. At one point Carnage managed to take over Diana and used her to attack the people of Earth 616. A lot of damage was done and it scarred Diana so much that she still has nightmares of the symbiote till this day.

9. Hercules

Diana really can't stand him because of the fact that of the woe his Multiverse counterpart brought down upon the Amazons. She admits that he is somewhat different, but she cannot entirely shake her contempt. Luckily though she is often able to put aside differences when the need to work together outweighs what would happen if they did not. Hercules often remarks on how much of her mother she sees in her, despite the fact that Earth 616's Hippolyta is not Diana's mother

10. Artume

Diana's counterpart and Arch-Nemesis on Earth 616. Artume is disgusted by Diana's claim to be a daughter of the Amazon's and Hippolyta, and seeks to destroy her and expose her as a farce. Diana is in turn angered by Artume's disposition often scolding the girl about how her anger is wasted and how she is living her life in vanity when she could be so much greater.

11. She-Hulk

Another one of Diana's close friends on Earth 616. The two women are often see together chit chatting about life or working together on an Avengers Mission. Diana likes her friend, but often comments about how "eccentric" she is.

12. Deadpool

*sigh* The man usually doesn't stay conscious for very long when he's around Diana, which has in turn only made the "Merc with a Mouth" run his mouth even more. It's quite a sad story really.

13. Daredevil

Diana didn't know what to think of Matt Murdock when she first met him other than his choice of cologne was rather strong. He was unique in a sense that he had a way with words and charm unlike any other man she had met. At one point he manages to gain her affection, but there was something about him that was off setting. She couldn't quite place what it was, but it was enough to make her want to keep her distance from him emotionally. They rarely have the opportunity to work together seeing as they are called to work different mission types. Truth be told they really don't want to work together too much, because the longer they are around one another the more awkward things seem to get.

14. Delphyne

Delphyne is the Queen of the Amazons on Earth 616, and though at first she is not quite what Diana expects she comes to respect her rule of the Amazons.

15. Sif

Diana met the Lady Sif through Thor, and actually discovered that the two of them had a lot in common. A little too much in common to tell the truth. They are both extremely competitive with one another. A battle against frost giants turns quickly into a game for them, where they begin making bets on who will have the higher kill count. Outside of battle they get along like best friends, and the competition is all in good fun for them, but not so much for others when the two of them get into a drinking contest.

16. Thor

Diana and Thor have a warriors respect for one another, and they are good friends. Thor finds Diana's compitition with his fiance, Sif, amusing just as Diana finds her ability to drink Thor under the table the same. Unlike his friend Hercules, Diana can tolerate Thor a lot easier due to him being more honorable much less oafish that Hercules.

17. Storm

Another member of the X-Men that Diana has had the pleasure of working with is Ororo a.k.a. Storm. Diana finds Storm to be a woman of great honor and impeccable wisdom. Though Diana rarely works with Ororo the time she does spend with her is enjoyable.

#37 Posted by evilvegeta74 (4530 posts) - - Show Bio

Pretty good!

#38 Posted by Thor's hammmer (7162 posts) - - Show Bio

She would be romanced by

#39 Posted by Delphic (1534 posts) - - Show Bio

@Thor's hammmer: Um no.

#40 Posted by daredevil21134 (12705 posts) - - Show Bio

@Thor's hammmer said:

She would be romanced by

LOL

#41 Posted by Static Shock (47330 posts) - - Show Bio

@Thor's hammmer: Check your PMs.

#42 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@Thor's hammmer: even though I agree with you I had to laugh at the last pic! WTH man! ahahah

and Sif and Diana should be at each other's throats like Namor and Tony

#43 Edited by Son_of_simba (698 posts) - - Show Bio

She would probs date thor since shes thors exact type shes also hulks type so either one would hit if she let them why did you list storm and invisible woman under relationships though both are happily married and would probably laugh in her face if she asked them out maybe mystique would hit it she is the most famous bi/gay character in marvel but wonder woman would murder mystique in he bedroom

#44 Edited by JestersJoker (62 posts) - - Show Bio

If Wonder Woman came into the Marvel Universe it would change her origin.

Diana would become Hercules’s daughter due to the romantic affair Hercules had with Hippolyta during Hercules’s 9th labor in Marvel’s version.

Hercules is a main stay in the Marvel Universe and there is no way Marvel would accept Hercules as a murdering rapist. The negative connotation would unintentionally carry over to the Marvel universe making Hercules a despicable person in the Marvel Universe.

And there is no way Marvel could accept Zeus as Diana’s father considering they have stated plainly on several occasions that Ares the god of war is Hippolyta’s father.

A story they could come up with is that 3,000 years ago after Hercules left Themyscira Hippolyta bore a female child from Hercules and named her Diana and the goddess Hera went into a fit and turned the female child into a clay statue when she found out that the child was Hercules’s. 3,000 years later Hippolyta went to the temple of Aphrodite on Paradise Island where she kept the clay statue of Diana and was praying for her daughter and the goddess Aphrodite appears to her and tells her no child can live without her mother’s blood. So Hippolyta slit her hand and poured her blood over the clay statue of Diana and Diana miraculously came back to life.

They could even write that Hippolyta had twins to account for Donna Troy.

http://www.jestersjoker.com/Hercules_is_Wonder_Womans_Father.pdf

#45 Posted by Outside_85 (10312 posts) - - Show Bio

Hercules is a main stay in the Marvel Universe and there is no way Marvel would accept Hercules as a murdering rapist. The negative connotation would unintentionally carry over to the Marvel universe making Hercules a despicable person in the Marvel Universe.

Well that's not entirely true, I saw a scan earlier today of Ares and Herc fighting each other and Ares was demanding to know how people could still think of Hercules as a good guy despite being a known murderer and a thief. (Remember that even in Marvel, many of the old labors are still things that happened, including Herc killing his wife and children under the influence of Hera.)

#46 Posted by DianaXKal (511 posts) - - Show Bio

@thor_s_hammmer: Superman would kill him before Thor could even dream of that last picture.

#47 Posted by JestersJoker (62 posts) - - Show Bio

@jestersjoker said:

Hercules is a main stay in the Marvel Universe and there is no way Marvel would accept Hercules as a murdering rapist. The negative connotation would unintentionally carry over to the Marvel universe making Hercules a despicable person in the Marvel Universe.

Well that's not entirely true, I saw a scan earlier today of Ares and Herc fighting each other and Ares was demanding to know how people could still think of Hercules as a good guy despite being a known murderer and a thief. (Remember that even in Marvel, many of the old labors are still things that happened, including Herc killing his wife and children under the influence of Hera.)

For Ares to say that in Marvel comics is understandable.

Hercules did murder his first wife and children while under the influence of Hera and delusional thinking that they were enemies trying to kill him. Which is what sent him on his 12 labors to try to make penance for the murders?

It is true that Hercules was sent to steal the belt of Hippolyta on his 9th labor. So that too is understandable that Ares would accuse Hercules of stealing the belt of Hippolyta considering that in Marvel and Greek myth it was Ares who gave the belt to his daughter Hippolyta even if in Greek myth Hippolyta gave her belt to Hercules of her own free will.

It is true he killed many people in Greek myth because he could not control his super human strength. But in all the circumstances he was provoked from what I read.

#48 Posted by Outside_85 (10312 posts) - - Show Bio

@jestersjoker: All of which is true. What also is that how Herc was in the old days could very well be much different than he is now.

#49 Posted by MasterKungFu (2865 posts) - - Show Bio

Secret İnvasion - not much

Civil War - not much

Infinıty Gaunlet - insignificant

World War Hulk - if she doesn't job like the others ...

Thor - probably end up like the same relationship with N52 supes though thor would probably have to duke it out with herc

Henry Pym - mutual respect

Steve Rogers - mutual respect

Dr Doom - another pesky superheroine to get in his way

Nick Fury - tries to recruit her as a special super SHIELD agent

Spiderman - tries to hit on her

Namor - might get into a fight

Hulk - might get into a fight

Norman Osborn - tries to hit on her

Invisible Woman - mutual respect

Wolverine - mutual respect

Storm - mutual respect

#50 Edited by Jimishim12 (456 posts) - - Show Bio

You want her to be told what to do by Captain "I'm Patriotic Batman" America?

Even Worse, she'd be the straight man to Spider-Man.

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