And before anyone yells out about that being a weak answer as to why Wonder Woman was exiled, just take a look at previous runs of the comic books. The first child to be born there for forever, Wonder Woman herself, was born from the Gods giving life to a clay baby. But there is a plot where Wonder Woman had had a thing going on with some heroes like SupermanAquamanBatman and a brief flirtation history with Bruce Wayne and quite a serious chemistry with one, Steve Trevor played by Chris Pine in the new Wonder Woman movie. If people want to cheer because now her sexuality and those of the Amazons have been more clearly defined, I can respect that too. The world's most iconic female superhero isn't just a supporter of same-sex marriages -- she officiates them, too. EDIT Two people have told me that: This mcm goes to dynamitewebber:
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Squirrel Girl is clever, witty, loves her really awesome friends one of whom is trans talks to squirrels, usually solves problems by talking to people and reaching compromises, has beaten literally all of the major villains in the universe, kicks butts and eats nuts. Not for most of her history. May the glory of Gaia be with you! Ready to take on this week like…. But I should note that the Drawn to Comics column has a lot of recommendations too and a lot of the same ones I would make personally.
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