Wonder Woman 1984: DC Comics Easter Eggs and Reference Guide


  • While this film invokes the fictional Middle Eastern nation of Bialya, they nonetheless do some from inside the very actual location of Egypt. It’s unclear what precisely is happening right here within the more and more manic and international remaining act of this film, however our greatest guess is that the fictional Emir Said Bin Abydos, an current DC character, lives in Cairo in exile from Bialya. He needs for his ancestral lands to be returned. 

This is the place issues get much more furry. In the comics, it’s an arid desert and the geography we’re given is “north of Iran and Saudi Arabia” which doesn’t actually make sense. It would have to be carved out someplace round Iraq or Syria (which might be North of Saudi Arabia and west of Iran) or maybe jap Turkey. Instead, we see the border spring up disruptively in Egypt, seemingly within the coronary heart of Cairo. That places a minimum of half of Bialya on the Africa continent in an arid desert. That suits since Libya underneath Qaddafi appears to be an inspiration, however on this world does Bialya have the Suez? Does it go up into the Levant or keep in Africa? Basically I’ve loads of questions. 

  • Diana dragging herself underneath the truck appears like an homage to a stunt Indiana Jones pulled off in Raiders of the Lost Ark, itself an homage to stuntman Yakima Canutt, who did the identical factor in 1939’s Stagecoach. Funny sufficient, a minimum of one of the punches Steve lands appears to make use of the identical sound impact that we regularly hear when Indy throws one.

Asteria and the Golden Eagle Armor

This movie gives a extremely beautiful new backstory for the golden eagle armor of the comics (we dug in deep on the comics historical past of the golden eagle armor right here). In the movie, the armor is first worn by Asteria, who needed to maintain again the boys whereas the remaining of her Amazon sisters escaped to Paradise Island. It’s made up of items of the opposite Olympians armor, all given to her to assist her in her sacrifice. 

  • Diana tried to search out Asteria however may solely discover her armor.  
  • We by no means see Diana’s commonplace sword (the Sword of Athena, not the destroyed God Killer sword from the primary film) and protect right here, nor the axe that goes with the golden eagle armor within the comics – maybe half of her stance on nonviolence and deescalation? Costume designer Lindy Hemming considered the wings on the swimsuit as shields, so maybe that’s why the usual protect was thought-about pointless.

During a set go to, Hemming mentioned of the wings, “They become like Roman shields. So she’s protected. I won’t give away the story of why that’s the kind of protection she needs. But basically her fighting style is with the shields. So I’m really pleased now because I think that there was no logic to being a pair of wings, really. But there is a logic to being something she can glide in on.”

Agree to disagree on the logic of nonfunctional magnificent gold wings, Lindy, however honest level. Diana used to put on this armor when she was susceptible, or dealing with a very robust enemy – ironic that she makes use of it as soon as she regains her full power. Although, Barbara is supposed to be equally highly effective, a minimum of after the primary want, after which will get extra, so perhaps she nonetheless wanted it. She was undoubtedly on the defensive for some time there.

Invisible Jet

The invisible airplane is sort of synonymous with Wonder Woman. Whether you watched the previous Lynda Carter present or grew up studying the comics, the invisible airplane has been round since 1942 and had the identical creator, good previous William Moulton Marston. The invisible plane was a necessity as a result of just like the Diana of the large display, comedian ebook Wondy couldn’t fly till the mid-80s (Crisis on Infinite Earths).

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