At long last, we’re releasing the last of the episodes of Manga Mavericks @ Movies we recorded in 2017! It’s a wonder why it took so long for these to come out, but I’m relieved we finished releasing theme before the end of the year. Speaking of wonders, can you believe the DCEU is still a thing? Aquaman is doing pretty well for itself both commercially and critically, which you can’t say about most films from that cinematic universe. Except, of course, Wonder Woman – the DCEU’s most beloved film and the subject of this episode! All DC’s hopes were pinned on it and the magic that it’d do, and it changed our minds and changed the world (for DC films)! Originally recorded in June 2017 on the weekend the movie came out, we’re once again joined by Vix and Ethan to discuss what made Wonder Woman so wonderful!

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Music Featured:

“Wonder Woman Theme” by Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel


About The Author Siddharth Gupta

Siddharth Gupta is an animation student at the School of Visual Arts. Currently residing in NYC, the icy cold, snow-covered neighborhoods of Minnesota will always be his home. An avid animation and comics fan since childhood, he has turned his passion towards being both a creator and a critic. He credits his love for both mediums to Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball, which has also defined his artistic and comedic sensibilities. A frequent visitor to his local comic book shop, he is an avid reader and collector, and is particularly fond of manga. His favorite comics include Urusei Yatsura by Rumiko Takahashi, Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, The Adventures of Tintin by Herge, Bloom County by Berkeley Breathed, and pretty much anything and everything Deadpool.