Discussion in 'DC Comics Films' started by Thread Manager, Apr 3, 2013.
This is a continuation thread, the old thread is [split]451389[/split]
This is a continuation thread, the old thread is [split]404255[/split]
how many times have you heard it?
I frankly haven't heard anyone say it before. There's being conservative, and then there's taking the fun out of something. It's the extreme opposite of the girls showing too much skin.
You obviously haven't been on this thread long enough. Whenever anybody thinks Wonder Woman's costume should cover more skin somebody will write it's like putting a burka on her. Except they haven't done that in the movie adaptions of Storm, Elektra, Aeon Flux, Sif, etc. Milla Jovovich has shown more skin in her action flicks and it didn't make them more successful.
I don't think it's lack of skin that's so awful, but making them uniformly covered up is boring. The clunky layers, loose fit, and old colors takes away from the excitement and coolness of superhero costumes.
Electra's is the best because it makes her look more ninja which fits her character. The other looks doesn't really bring out their character or add practicality. They're just meant to cover up. I think it's better to look at each character one by one instead of applying one rule on all of them. Covering up everyone the same is just as bad as Jim Lee adding seams and mandarin collars all over the place.
lol. i wasn't being serious about the burka. you should probably stop spending so much time in this thread if it bothers you that much.
What and miss all the amusing suggestions of how to make the film? No...
BTW: has anybody seen the new trailer for the next Percy Jackson film? We get more monsters than what Wonder Woman has fought. What would Warner Bros. do for her villains?
borrow some villain *****es from other heroes and make a movie entirely about mud wrestling.
I don't know if this has been posted, but this is from a new porn parody version.
That has been posted, examined, and printed out for futher study by many on this thread.
For further study purposes, of course.
Of course, nothing but a study of the subtle intricacies of the costume and how it fits to the contours of the body.....nothing else.
Study reasons. We're gentleman after all.
Incidentally....when is that porno released?
I have already found a few issues with the costume, but further examination is required
Not a damn person here can describe Diana Prince's personality, yet the main issue is how clothes she's wearing?
What the flipping ****
She's too foreign to have a defining personality. People still assume she would have an American accent.
When you read the comics, how does she sound to you? I know most animated and video game versions give her the American accent. I would just go with a slight Greek dialect. Not like blatantly Big Fat Greek Wedding, but hints of it.
With the American syntax she uses it easy to imagine an American voice. But I could just as well imagine a Mediterranean one when she says stuff like "hola".
"Hola" is a spanish word, rooted from "Hello". I think you mean "Ule".
Geia sou is hello in Greek
Isn't it funny that a lot of articles on various websites have a side by side comparison with the officially released tv costume picture. If you were to ask anyone which one they thought was the parody version, almost everyone would pick Paliciki's.
That said, I think DC did learn there lesson from that because the first official costume pic released for Arrow was like a movie costume release.
She's sometimes exclaimed 'hola' in the comics. Another example of the author's strange characterization.