Diana Prince: Wonder Woman

Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Podcast #16

Whom Gods Destroy featuring Chris Claremont

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This episode, we look at a pair of the very few Elseworlds out-of-continuity “imaginary stories” with Wonder Woman as a billed star. First we adapt previous coverage of 2003’s The Blue Amazon one-shot special by Randy & Jean-Marc Lofficier with art by Ted McKeever. The core of the episode is a fresh look at 1996’s Superman/Wonder Woman: Whom Gods Destroy prestige format 4-issue mini-series by Chris Claremont, Dusty Abell and Drew Geraci. As a special bonus, coverage includes excerpts from a 2016 interview with the writer discussing this project.

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2 thoughts on “Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Podcast #16”

  1. As someone who likes old movies and likes Ted McKeevers art, I liked the first two f the Lofficier Elseworlds. But Blie Amazon was a bit of a mess. Thanks for pointing out all the flaws.

    As for Whom Gods Destroy, way to get Claremont to talk about it. I found the thing completely incomprehensible and sold it on Ebay years ago. I was amazed at your recap. It made more sense than the book ever did!


  2. Wow, Wonder Woman meets Marlene Dietrich sounds awesome—on paper at least. Too bad it didn’t turn out that way. If I remember right she’s who Elle Collins of Lasso of Truth chose to play Barroness Paula Von Gunther in a fan-cast for a ’40s-era Wonder Woman film, which is such a brilliant idea it makes me want to build a cosmic treadmill so I can find an alternate timeline where that actually happened!

    Great episode as always Frank, keep up the good work!


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