Superman/Wonder Woman, Volume 1: Power Couple by Charles SouleBeginning a bold new series that details the relationship between The Man of Steel and the Warrior Princess as writer Charles Soule (Swamp Thing) is joined by artist Tony S. Daniel (Batman) to tell the tale of a romance that will shake the stars themselves. These two super-beings love each other, but not everyone shares their joy. Some fear it, some test it-and some will try to kill for it. Some say love is a battlefield, but where Superman and Wonder Woman are concerned it spells Doomsday!
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Superman & Wonder Woman vs General Zod (New 52 Superman/Wonder Woman Vol 1: Power Couple)
He was the cool Supes with complexity and dealing with real life crisis like xenophobia and even cancer. He had a lot of potentials to become the best version of Superman ever. Superman Red? Merging two different men into one? Come On!
If you've ever wondered what the children of Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, or Aquaman would look like, the time for wondering is over. The good news is that they're every bit the heroes that their parents were, making up the Justice League of the future Because as heroic as their superhero parents taught them to be, the future may be too lost for them to ever save. The solution, as is usually the case in comic books, is to head back to a time before the world went so wrong. Before Aquaman was corrupted and claimed Cyborg's body to keep himself alive.
After months of "flirty foreshadowing," Superman and Wonder Woman have finally locked lips , officially becoming the super power couple of every comic lovers' fantasy. According to USA Today, the romantic canoodling is featured in the latest issue of DC Comics' "Justice League," in which the Man of Steel and Wonder Woman are said to find solace in each other after an emotionally fraught battle with the super villain, Graves. Though this may sound like a perfect recipe for a one-time, heat-of-the-moment tryst, "Justice League" writer Geoff Johns told Entertainment Weekly that this super romance is the real deal. Story continues below. In fact, to further prove the superheroes' commitment to their new romantic partnership, DC Comics has teamed up with Match.