Do you think it'd be interesting to see a Wonder Woman vs Kratos(God of War) comic book crossover?

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Poll: Do you think it'd be interesting to see a Wonder Woman vs Kratos(God of War) comic book crossover? (12 votes)

Yes 8%
No 42%
Depends 50%
Other 0%

Imagine if DC and Sony made a deal to make a comic book like this. After all, DC and Sony/Sucker Punch Production already made a deal with making 6 issues of Infamous(Cole MacGrath) comic books under DC Comics. The story for it goes like this: Kratos, being the usual vengeance and furious anger-filled character, finally beats Zeus(even though GoW's Zeus and WW's Zeus are different) in a fight and is about to finish him off. Wonder Woman comes in to stop him from killing Zeus. Kratos warns Diana to stay out of his way. WW/Diana refuses, then a fight between them starts. Kratos(with all of his powers and tools he gained from GoW III) puts up a good fight against Diana, with it going back and forth. The fight either ends with Diana winning a very super close fight(and have Kratos tied up in her Lasso of Truth) or the fight ends in a super close tie.

What do you think of this idea?

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#1 Edited by dshipp17 (3504 posts) - - Show Bio

Where is the logic in this script, given that Kratos was about to kill of the head of the Greek Pantheon? Why would Diana be able to stalemate or beat Kratos, while Zeus fairs so miserably? Do you even understand Zeus power set? And, for that matter, why would Diana even fair, when to so called gods always do miserably against this character (do you even understand the involved gods' power sets)? Did you ever see the Eric Luke run? Is this a game where we suspend disbelief for the gods so that Kratos wins and suspend disbelief for Kratos to that Diana can win?

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#2 Posted by Bumpaddle (71 posts) - - Show Bio

@dshipp17: what's up with the Eric Luke run? (new WW fan)

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#3 Posted by dshipp17 (3504 posts) - - Show Bio

@dshipp17: what's up with the Eric Luke run? (new WW fan)

Oh, Eric Luke shows a realistic situation where Wonder Woman was trying to help Zeus, when Chronos was beating up all the gods of various world religions. Wonder Woman was basically helpless, as would be expected.

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#4 Edited by agent41 (10292 posts) - - Show Bio

@dshipp17 said:

Where is the logic in this script, given that Kratos was about to kill of the head of the Greek Pantheon? Why would Diana be able to stalemate or beat Kratos, while Zeus fairs so miserably? Do you even understand Zeus power set? And, for that matter, why would Diana even fair, when to so called gods always do miserably against this character (do you even understand the involved gods' power sets)? Did you ever see the Eric Luke run? Is this a game where we suspend disbelief for the gods so that Kratos wins and suspend disbelief for Kratos to that Diana can win?

Gods in DC>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Gods in the God Of War games. Diana has far better feats than anything shown by Kratosin his videogames.

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#5 Posted by masterwitcher88 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

I would much prefer a Wonder Woman game then a comic right now. preferably made by CD projekt red( the witcher guys)

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#6 Posted by LordWhiskers (451 posts) - - Show Bio

Sure as long as the writer knows his place and doesn't wank him

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#7 Edited by TherioGodofRage (12 posts) - - Show Bio

@dshipp17: Dude, I love God of War. Absolutely in my top 5 favorite game series. But compared to the gods in DC (or Marvel for that matter), the GoW gods are severely, nay, stupidly underpowered.

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