Yes and no...not really, but only after she leaves the island and her powers become more full.
It was not until the end of her movie where she was at bullet resistance.
The logic for why she still blocks stuff with her shield, is that she still feels pain from bullets/blasts/beams etc. And they can knock her out. They simply cannot kill her or explicitly wound her to the point of death, I would say some things could even draw blood or incapacitate her for a while.
So that is why I say bullet resistant and not proof.
Before people use the anti feat on Themyscira in WW, this was back when she was a fodder. She clearly got more powerful as the movie progressed and built more resistance to piercing types of attacks. This can be shown in shrapnel explosions. This movie was set in World War 1, when shrapnel injuries were extremely common and Diana in the film was in a handful of explosions and wasn't even phased one bit.
In the comics? Rebirth only?
She tanks the following, and they are more powerful thank bullets.
This is from an official interview w/ Patty Jenkins - She's not bulletproof...
Interview Link : http://collider.com/patty-jenkins-wonder-woman-interview/#age
I've posted this on 2 other threads before but I guess a third one cant hurt
This. This is exactly what I said. She can be harmed and even killed by them. But she tanks them better than a normal person. I did forget the accelerated healing factor but that is assumed.
It is odd isn't it though? Maybe bullets are her weakness? Just a random weakness like Lanterns used to be Yellow? Cause she clearly tanks explosions and blows that have greater force than bullets. DCEU or Comics.
No, no she's not. Shrapnels aren't intended to exist in explosions, the writers only think of a big boom. Jenkins' statement makes it perfectly clear, as well as the fact that Diana actually evades the bullets fired at her instead of letting them bounce off her skin.
ducking hell, y'all are even making me agree with BoF of all people
@nitefall87: Energy/ Blunt Force durability isn't always equal to peircing resistance. I think whether or not WW is bullet proof is vague at best. Though she has been stabbed with (seemingly) regular swords before. I think that the writers intend her to be able to be harmed by firearms which is why she blocks them.
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