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Dig This: Groovy Animated Wonder Woman on DC Nation



Our esteemed editor sent a link around to the staff here at whatchareading containing an animated Wonder Woman short, asking us what we think of it. I amazingly had 4G service on my phone at the time, and had a few minutes to kill so I watched it.

Mind Blown!

It was awesome, having a Tarantino like 70’s mocksploitation cinematography, an innovative art style that looks like a cross between Aeon Flux’s Peter Chung and Ted McKeever, and what looks to be a ’69 Camaro that would make Evil Knievel cream in his pants (and yes it turns invisible!):

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I really only had one complaint, it was too damn short! I want more! Why were the Amazons all modern-military-like? Where did Giganta come from? Why was she after Steve Trevor? Where did Wonder Woman get that surfboard? Arrgggh!

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Quick as it was, it was jam-packed with cool scenes: Giganta’s impromptu use of a pair of jeeps as roller skates, Steve trying to work the Camaro’s controls, and b-slap at the end that is spectacular!


Watch this! Make your family watch it, make your friends watch it.

Or I’ll tell Wonder Woman!



Episode 1 (Full)


Episode 2 (Full)


Episode 3 (Full)

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Trained by the Four-Color wizard, Hagan, in all things comic-booky, young Robert took to the streets of New York, dragging his large bespectacled head from comic shop to comic shop, absorbing, learning… knowing…. Until a very delayed pubescent spurt in his early thirties when the tumescent lump of comic knowledge burst forth, rupturing into nonsensical rants about Jack Kirby, superhero related tattoos, questionable cosplay activities, worshiping Jim Starlin as a prophet, and courting the young lady working in his local comic shop. Now he is just mad…roaming the streets late at night while walking his dog, plotting and preparing to unleash more comic-booky goodness on an unsuspecting world. He likes bread. The food. He thinks the band is crap. *Hey wanna freak Bob out? Come follow him on twitter (@dyrewolf1218), he's totally new to it and suspects it may be black magic...* - Chuck the editor monkey

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