9 thoughts on “On the Eleventh Day of BatWondy …

  1. Wouldn’t it be cool to have thirty second shorts of “Bats loves Wondy” that they could play during commercial breaks for Young Justice. It would be funny and cute and create a whole younger generation of BMWW shippers. And they could have a comic strip that runs in one of the DC kids comics. Oh the possibilities. Little Bats and Wondy dolls, keychains and cell phone covers. Too bad I don’t work in DC marketing.


  2. As much as I love this whole 12 days of Christmas montage using the 2/3rd’s of the trinity, I must voice my frustration!

    Ever since I was a child I have dreamed of being embraced by Wonder Woman. She’s has been my secret crush for YEARS! Now, at age 29 I have been waiting for Wonder Woman to discover my existence and come to me, taking me as her own. But these photos have truly brought me down into the deepest depths of despair…seeing Batman and Wonder Woman together is truly killing me. She has been my secret love for years, and now to see these photos is causing me to think I have lost all hope in cuppling with Wonder Woman in a loving embrace that should have occurred so many years ago. One of my more not-so-well-written posts helps to explain this…http://thehereticsblog.blogspot.com/2009/05/my-crush-on-wonder-womanrevealed.html

    But, alas, I guess I must move on and accept the fact that I’m married to…..um….to Clar…um….oh, you know…What’s her name.

    ;) thanks for the fun loving posts and I hope the 12 days of Batwondy have an extraordinary ending!


    1. Jimmy, if you’re going to have a raging crush on a comic book character (Hello, my lovely Dick Grayson!), you can’t do better than Wonder Woman. She’s amazing in every way, and I wanted to BE her when I was a kid. I made bracelets out of foil and everything. I’m glad you and Clarissa have made a go of it, and Diana would want you to be happy. :-)

      I’m glad these posts made you happy, and I hope tomorrow’s conclusion will wrap it all up in a nice bow. Our holiday gift to all of you!


  3. Wasn’t a significant part of Ben Caldwell’s young adult WW pitch the love story between Diana and Bruce (with triangleness from Steve Trevor)? You should encourage that.


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