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5 Ways To Tell You’re Suffering From An Obsession With Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot)

Wonder Woman made its first firm appearance in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and the rest is history. The Amazon Princess portrayed by Gal Gadot was no less than a thunder. She was able to fit into the same frame with iconic Batman and Superman with feline ease. Her presence was one of the knockout moments of the movie. The introduction of Wonder Woman left us in awe. No other female superhero till date has made so much of impact like her. So, let's find out if you are really suffering from an obsession with Wonder Woman or not.

#1 You are addicted to Wonder Woman Theme: If you are constantly listening to Wonder Woman theme composed by Hans Zimmer then you are probably in love with the character. The Wonder Woman theme is touted to be one of the best superhero themes composed so far.

             


#2 You have watched the Wonder Woman Trailer more than 100 times: If you have watched the Wonder Woman Trailer more than 100 times, you are in the league of Wonder Woman addicts who can't wait for the movie to release and take DC to the next level of awesomeness.

                

#3 You find no alternative to Gal Gadot: Gal Gadot is the most suitable find for the role of Wonder Woman. Her military skills complement her good looks and she seems to be the perfect package for challenging the deadliest enemies to save humankind.

Gal Gadot at MTV Movie & TV Awards
#4 You love to read about Wonder Woman: You find extreme pleasure in reading about Wonder Woman, your love for her only increases. You have now found a reason to explore the DC Universe more just because of her.




#5 You can't stop mentioning about Wonder Woman in your conversation: Only true comic book and superhero movie fan can understand this. The bond which is created between the characters and the audience is something very surreal. Wonder Woman is the next big superhero after Batman of our generation. Not to forget, the world needs a female savior to save the so-called world of men. She is truly a strong metaphor for Power, Strength, and Humanity.

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