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Superman And Wonder Woman: The New Mythology | SuperWonder Legacy Episode 43

Superman And Wonder Woman: The New Mythology | SuperWonder Legacy Episode 43

In this week’s packed episode, Jared and Brit deep dive the relationship between the DC Universe and Greek Mythology, using the Blood Of Zeus Animated Series as a basis. They also link each Justice League member to their Greek god equivalent as outlined by DC scribe Grant Morrison. It’s long been posited that Superman, Wonder Woman, and the other Justice Leaguers are the modern equivalents of the ancient Greek Gods, and this could not be more true when factoring in Blood Of Zeus.


Set in mythical ancient Greece, the series revolves around Heron, the demigod son of Zeus, trying to save Olympus and Earth. Though Heron himself is an original character created exclusively for the show, the existence of such demigods born of the union between a god and a human is implied to be common in the original myths. The show claims in its prologue to be one of the tales “lost to history” rather than passed down with our current canon of Greek myths. The show features gods, giants, demons, automata, titans, and mythical mounts from the original tales.


Discussed in this episode 1. The role of the Greek Gods in the DC Universe 2. How Blood Of Zeus Humanizes the gods 3. Which Justice Leaguers represent each Greek god 4. How Tom King does not understand Wonder Woman 5. How They Would Fix Wonder Woman


What do you think? Do you like/hate Blood Of Zeus? What Gods Are Each Justice Leaguer? Who is your favorite Blood Of Zeus Character?


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