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Subj: Byrne post on Superman, Wonder Woman and invulnerability
Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 at 02:27:59 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman question
Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 at 03:34:47 pm EST

From the Byrne board:

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Kyle Sing
Byrne Robotics Member


I wondered if you could clear up Wonder Woman’s invulnerability for me. I understand that she is not bullet-proof like Superman, even if she is as strong, and she can be hurt though she is immortal. But more or less, what is she vulnerable to and invulnerable to? Where might she rank in this regard among other heroes?



John Byrne
Byrne Robotics CEO

On the invulnerability scale, Wonder Woman is pretty much a wonder wimp. She may, in fact, possess no real invulnerability, in the superhero sense, at all. She has to use those bracelets to deflect bullets, after all, and bullets are not something Superman even thinks about.

It has struck me as odd for a long time, that Marsden created Wonder Woman to be a "female Superman", yet gave hardly any of his powers. No flight, no invulnerbility, no vision powers, etc. She got speed and super strength, but she got seriously short changed on the rest.

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