Posted on Mar 17, by Nick Sergi in Features. Changes to their most iconic characters. Part of what makes superheroes so iconic is their familiarity and their recognize-ability. This Summer, DC is changing the costumes of two of their most iconic superheroes. Superman and Wonder Woman. Keep in mind these are two of three most iconic superheroes in the public consciousness, bar none, and the third would be Batman.
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Gone is the Aryan-looking Atlantean in green-and-orange spandex, replaced with a bare-chested Hawaiian super-stud with long, shaggy surfer hair and all-over tribal tattoos. Instead, the film concentrates much of its energy on establishing the elaborate — and supremely uninteresting — mythology of Atlantis, which was once the most advanced civilization on Earth, until avarice and bad CGI sent it sinking to the bottom of the sea. To that end, Momoa is an inspired casting choice, since he so clearly subverts the blond-haired prom king look of the comics — whereas Wilson more closely resembles the way Aquaman was drawn for decades. This unseemly observation bears mentioning if only because this particular superhero movie seems to be marketed largely on its sex appeal, further rewarding female audiences by pairing Momoa with a formidable aqua-woman.
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Penny is going as Wonder Woman , while Zack dresses as Superman. The guys discover that Penny and her ex- boyfriend , Zack , are back together and they take advantage of his lack of intelligence and make fun of him. After Zack finally realizes what's going on and storms out, the guys decide to apologize to him and give him some Milk Duds. At the store, the guys realize that Zack would be great as Superman for their Justice League group at Stuart 's New Year's Eve costume party, who would replace the short Leonard as that role.
Well my legions of fans, after a bit of a vacation last month I am pleased to announce that WHTH is back, and back with a vengeance. Due to rabid fan support WHTH is going weekly! So, in this first of my new weekly columns, I thought that I would discuss a subject near and dear to all fanboys and fangirls out there: which is better Marvel or DC? Obviously from the title of the column you can see that I feel Marvel provides the superior product. The answer is almost a gut instinct for me.