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Because in the DC mythology, they share Zeus as a father. Originally the comic book character of Diana Prince / Wonder Woman was 'created out of clay and brought to life' but that was changed in later comics to Zeus being her father. Ares is a son of Zeus in both DC and general greek mythology. So, although there age differs massively, they are half-...


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Question is, did Wonder Woman kill Ares, or just win him? When Diana uses her sword towards Ares, the sword gets destroyed. She didn't expect that, she says that's the God Killer, how can it be? Ares tells her that you are the God Killer, since only a God can kill another God. So she kills him, and this is the impression that I have after watching the ...


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Advances in CGI have made it easier to render the visual effects of comic books. In the past, it might have looked cheap and cheesy to render something like Cyclops's optical plasma with practical effects. For example, look at the movies Spawn (1997) and The Mummy Returns (2001), which had notoriously poor CGI, and would have looked much better if produced ...


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The simplest answer is this - in the 20th century, superheroes were a thing for kids and "nerdy people living in the basement", so a blockbuster movie with such a topic would not appeal to the wider audience when the world was run by jocks and the mainstream "cool thing" was sports, military, and so on. Now the "nerdy kids" took over the world in the 21st ...


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