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Superman and Wonder Woman's New 52 Romance Erased From Continuity
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. While the recent "Superman Reborn" storyline merged the pre-Flashpoint Superman timeline with the New 52 version in such a way that most fan-favorite stories from both eras will remain intact, there is at least one major exception to that rule: the Man of Steel's romance with Wonder Woman is no longer canon. That's according to a tweet from Dan Jurgens , writer of Action Comics and the man who most clearly laid out some of the big story elements that do still count in the Rebirth era during the two part "The New World" mini-arc. The pair started up a relationship at the end of the first year of The New 52 era, and it lasted until the death of the New 52 Superman. The romance was controversial among fans of both characters; both Superman and Wonder Woman have long-term love interests who readers felt were being pushed aside for the story, and there were other reasons as well. The idea of Superman and Wonder Woman having a romance is nothing new; it's been explored, discussed, or flirted with for decades. Shortly after the previous big Superman reboot, in the mids, John Byrne wrote Superman as having developed a crush on Wonder Woman shortly after they met.
With the news of Superman and Wonder Woman sharing the kiss heard 'round the comic book world in this week's "Justice League" 12 as the pair redefine the term "power couple," CBR felt this was the perfect time to examine the history of Superman and Wonder Woman's romantic entanglements and kisses. Due to DC Comics compartmentalized nature, with the editor of each group of titles closely guarding their characters as though they were individual editorial fiefdoms, Wonder Woman and Superman rarely spent time together for their first twenty years of existence. In fact, most of their interactions were as occasional teammates in the Justice Society of America during the s. It was not until the Justice League of America was formed in the early s that the two shared the spotlight regularly, and even then, "Justice League of America" was not a place where anything notable would happen, characterization-wise, for any of the star characters, with any developments of weight being reserved for their own titles. By the end of the s, however, DC was going through a change in how it handled its marquee players.