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Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Animated Wonder Woman DVD news

MTV have been talking about the forthcoming Wonder Woman animated feature on DVD which is due out on March 3, 2009. Warner Premiere has released the specs on the forthcoming DVD along with some images from the feature.

“Wonder Woman” will tell the truly epic tale of the character’s origin, from her upbringing on the mystical island of Themyscira, to her inevitable journey into the world of man, where she establishes herself as a hero who plays by her own rules and laws. However, conflict soon arises as Ares escapes his imprisonment from the Amazons and swears revenge on the mortal and mythical worlds, and it’s up to Wonder Woman to stop him at all costs.

Produced by Emmy-award winning animator Bruce Timm and starring the vocal talents of Keri Russell, Alfred Molina, Virginia Madsen, Rosario Dawson and Oliver Platt just to name a few, “Wonder Woman” will be released as a single disc, a two disc special edition and will also be available on Blu-ray DVD. Special features include featurettes such as “Wonder Woman: A Subversive Dream,” which delves into the history of the character and her role in helping define a generation of empowered women, “Wonder Woman The Daughters of Myth,” which documents the relationship between Wonder Woman and her true-life Amazon counterparts, and “Wonder Woman: The Amazon Princess,” a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the animated movie. There’s also a digital version of the film for handheld devices, audio commentaries, and a special look at Bruce Timm’s personal favorite episodes of “Justice League” and “Justice League Unlimited” which featured Wonder Woman.

Will you be picking this up? What other DC character would you like to get the animated treatment?