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This was after DC Comics established a multiverse in their published stories to explain how heroes could have been active before and during World War II and retain their youth and subsequent origins during the s. Like most of the older Earth-Two incarnations of the DC characters, this version of Wonder Woman was semi-retired when she reappeared in later stories with gray hair and wrinkles in later Justice League stories.

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Relationships between superheroes are always a little controversial. Whether they're ones of romance, friendship, rivalry or all of the above, there's often disagreement over how much superheroes should need each other, not to mention any discrepancy in storylines Still, there's just no denying the chemistry between Batman and Wonder Woman. As two of DC's most enduring superheroes, the two have been through a lot together across their recent live-action film appearances, popular animated TV shows and of course through all of their comic illustrated glory. On the surface, they may seem like total opposites; Wonder Woman is a half-god warrior who fights for truth, peace, and love while the brooding Batman is a mortal with tons of gadgets and the occasional penchant for revenge.

Still, the two heroes both have a strong sense of justice and an affinity for… flirtation? Sure, Wonder Woman and Batman— or shall we say, Diana Prince and Bruce Wayne—may have other longtime love interests and associates, but the world of superheroes has never been one restricted by rules. What followed was a rather bizarre story involving the first appearance of the snake-man-lizard villain Copperhead, who in this incarnation wears a puffy hood shaped like a snakehead and has a tail.

This was a time when women in pop culture could not necessarily do things by themselves without the help of a man, and if they were going to do anything by themselves, it was going to be for a man. Spoiler alert: as Batman hunts down Copperhead and gets to be the strong masculine hero that he is, Wonder Woman and Batgirl get to help out by having a pretend catfight over Batman's love because that's how a powerful, half-goddess woman can most effectively fight crime all over the city. Almost every superhero has one enduring romantic interest that is above all the others.

Superman has Lois Lane. Spiderman has Mary Jane Watson. Even Batman has Catwoman, but more on that later. For Wonder Woman, however, her main man was Steve Trevor. He's the first man she meets in her life, and he quickly becomes the most important. They even get married in the last issue of the original Wonder Woman comic book series. Nevertheless, Batman makes is pretty clear early on how much he dislikes Steve Trevor, for whatever reason. In one s issue of The Brave and the Boldhe remarks, "What does she see in that man?

While he does later apologize for his behavior, his sentiments toward Wonder Woman's other romantic interest are fairly clear. We'll see where the Justice League films decide to take the relationshipbut anyone who's been keeping up with the Batman marries wonder woman and any of the animated TV shows already know that both Wonder Woman and Batman have insisted to each other and to their associates that the two of them are better off as nothing more than friends. But even though this is seen in various comic storylines, the perhaps most memorable occurrences of this are seen in the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited animated series' that ran from to In what was arguably one of the greatest versions of the Justice League team in general, part of what powered it was the will they or won't they?

The tension between Wonder Woman and Batman that could easily compete with any live-action sitcom from the same time. Nevertheless, whenever the topic of a potential romantic relationship came up, both heroes would steadfastly admit that there was something there, but everything was better off if they didn't pursue it. You'd think that maybe there would have been some kind of big screen crossover years earlier, but alas this was not the case.

Even Wonder Woman herself had to wait decades before she even got her own movie in the first place. Even 's Justice League was not quite fast enough when it came to teaming up Batman and Wonder Woman in a feature film.

While moviegoers were already excited by the cameos of various other superheroes and pop culture characters throughout the hit film that is The Lego Moviethe inclusion of Wonder Woman was groundbreaking as not just the first time she appeared on the big screen alongside Batman, but actually the first time the character appeared in theaters ever. All relationships have their ups and downs. Throughout all versions of Batman and Wonder Woman, the characters have had their disagreements and even some tense moments where it wasn't clear if the friendship would last.

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But then there's that time that Wonder Woman totally beats up the caped crusader and pins him to the ground with her foot as he weakly admits he is beaten. Making things even more dramatic, this all goes down because Wonder Woman has sworn to protect someone who is nothing but a cold criminal in the eyes of Batman. It's hard to see one friend so brutally destroy another, but alas this is Wonder Woman: The Hiketeiaa dark graphic novel from and arguably one of the best Wonder Woman stories ever told.

Early on in the canon of Wonder Woman, there was this ongoing Batman marries wonder woman she and the other Amazons occasionally referenced known as "Aphrodite's Law". While most people know Aphrodite as being the Greek goddess of love, those within the DC universe during the mids appeared to view her more as a major buzzkill. In the case of Wonder Woman, "Aphrodite's Law" was the reason she could never really be with a man, as doing so would strip her of her strength and powers.

Interpreted both literally and metaphorically, there was even one issue where she was held captive and feared losing her powers because a man had bound her " bracelets of submission " together. In another, the once independent heroine gave up her super strength in order to settle down into married life with Steve Trevor. So would Wonder Woman become a mere mortal if she actually entered into a relationship with Batman?

Perhaps, although fortunately, the concept of Aphrodite's Law seems to have all but disappeared since the s. Two of the most famous TV shows about Batman and Wonder Woman as individuals somewhat surprisingly never once crossed path.

While it was revealed that Lynda Carter almost made a cameo in the straight-to-video animated movie Batman vs. Two-Face, the appearance never came to fruition and the movie ended up being Adam West's last role before his passing. Fortunately, DC had already made fans' longtime dreams come true with a special comic book series in The title of the issue is simple and tells it like it is: "Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman '77".

The illustrated characters are deed to look just like their beloved live-action counterparts, and what ensues is a fun romp that has the two superheroes battling infamous villain Ra's Al Ghul from the s up through the s. The series fully embraces the campiness of both television shows, and while there isn't really any romance between Wonder Woman and Batman in this rendition, it is nevertheless one of the most positive and drama-free interactions they've had.

Holy crossover, Batman! Speaking of s Batman, who could forget his energetic sidekick, Robin? While not every version of Batman marries wonder woman has been as lighthearted and comical as Burt Ward's portrayal in the live-action TV show, the character has nevertheless remained fairly consistent when it comes to being a lighthearted foil to the hero he serves.

The Amazon princess is normally depicted as working alone or even as somewhat of a sidekick herself, but the fact remains that she does have one. Etta Candy has been many things over the years : a little girl obsessed with sweets, a witty secretary and even a young woman competing for the affections of Steve Trevor.

She doesn't often have super powers or even basic crime-fighting skills of her own, but like Robin, Etta is most often depicted as a younger companion to her superhero who frequently cracks jokes and makes other witticisms that lighten up the otherwise severe situations they find themselves in. Sure, they have fought side by side numerous times, and the earlier days even saw Wonder Woman getting captured multiple times only to be saved by the Dark Knight.

But none of that really matters when the facts are laid out: Bruce Wayne is merely a mortal man with a lot of money, intelligence and martial arts training, while Diana Prince is actually a demigod who can best both gods and men in a fight.

As detailed earlier, she has already beaten Batman. As if all of this were not evidence enough that she is easily the more powerful of the two superheroes, the Justice League Dark series by James Tynion IV recently depicted Wonder Woman unlocking additional powers sourced from witchcraft. Sorry, Batman, you're not even close. So if Wonder Woman is vastly more powerful than Batman, why would the two ever team up in the first place?

Perhaps she remembers her time as a mortal human who bore even more similarities to Bruce Wayne than she does now. This period of time was the late s, when the higher-ups over at DC decided it was a good idea to transform Wonder Woman into a normal, everyday person. Granted, this still included being an international super spy, but it also involved stripping her of her powers and erasing her memories of her former glory and life among the Amazons. Now known as the Wonder Woman " Mod Years ", this period of time ultimately proved to be unpopular among fans and did not last very long.

Batman meanwhile is popular among his fanbase largely because he is a mortal human. He has been offered superpowers beforebut as history has already shown with the case of Wonder Woman, it might just be better to let heroes stay true to themselves. Okay, so she's not 4, years older than him in every version of the characters, but in most, she is ificantly older. After all, her origins are that of demigod or half-god who has lived on the island of Themyscira, a land untouched by humankind and possibly the normal passage of time for some thousands of years.

She didn't actually enter the "present" world until the s, by which point she had already been alive for much longer than everyone she encountered. How old she is exactly, remains a mystery, but Batman v.

Superman director Zack Synder has said that Wonder Woman is about 5, years old during the events of the film. Given the fact that Batman's age also varies throughout different versions of the character between the comic books, TV, and movies, we can't pinpoint exactly how much older Wonder Woman is.

The two superheroes themselves have flirted on and off with each other, and in some versions, they've actually kissed. But none of this stops the fact that they've also been seeing other people this entire time. While many other superheroes and civilians have been in the mix here, the two most commonly seen love triangles are those that involve Batman, Wonder Woman, and Catwoman and those with Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman.

The first one is obvious, seeing as Selina Kyle Catwoman is Batman's longest and most enduring love interest. There's even been friction seen between Wonder Woman and Catwoman in the few storylines where they've had the chance to interact.

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Nevertheless, the second one has been seen numerous times in the newer comic plotlines that have Wonder Woman and Superman as an item. There are definite nods to a potential love triangle between Wonder Woman and her two coworkers in both in the early s Justice League animated series and in Matt Wagner's comic book series from the same time, but both times this concept is tastefully not explored in detail. Going along with the entry, there was at least one time where a love triangle seemed like it would go beyond flirtation between Batman and Wonder Woman. As many fans already know, current canon has it that Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle-- that is, Batman and Catwoman-- decided to take their relationship to the next level and get engaged.

Meanwhile, Steve Trevor is back, and Wonder Woman is very much still with him.

And earlier this year, there was a cliffhanger at the end of Batman 30 in which the Batman and Wonder Woman found themselves trapped in another realm and leaning in for a kiss Before we delve into that, it's first important to point out that the realm they're trapped in does not follow the same time as Earth, and hours spent in there could mean decades that pass back in the known universe. So, with years of romantic tension between them and no foreseeable access to their loved ones, it seemed at first like Batman and Wonder Woman would at long last get together.

It turns out that fans were not the only ones who wanted to see what a relationship between the two superheroes would be like. Wonder Woman herself was curious about how such a thing would turn out if finally pursued, as seen in the Justice League comic book issue 90teasingly called "Perchance In this whimsical yet slightly depressing issue, Wonder Woman is confused about her feelings for Batman.

Obviously, she can't sort these feelings out the normal way through self-reflection and talking with friends and Batman himself, as she's a superhero, and that's just not what superheroes do. The device creates a hypothetical virtual reality that plays out what would actually well, possibly happen if the two would-be lovebirds actually acted on their feelings. Needless to say, it's not a desirable-enough situation for Wonder Woman, and so once again, nothing comes from it. Arguably one of the most memorable actions of all came from the Justice League animated series, after Wonder Woman was transformed into a pig by the evil sorceress, Circe.

It's a thoroughly entertaining and pretty overall crazy episode that even depicts Batman sadly petting Pig Wonder Woman Wonder Pig? Yes, instead of having to fight Circe or resort to other for,s of violence, Batman finds himself onstage at his foe's amphitheater and performs a surprisingly suave rendition of "Am I Blue? Wonder Woman is transformed back into her original form, and the day is saved.

Is the superhero life necessarily a healthy one?

Most experts would probably say a resounding "no".

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