We Could See Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman Once More

Lynda Carter

Let’s not go so far as to call the next Crisis story line DC’s ‘Endgame’ just yet, since a lot of fans might actually take offense to that, but it could stand as the biggest crossover in the Arrowverse that’s been seen yet, especially since there’s a good chance that we’ll be seeing a lot of big names that we probably weren’t expecting but might have been hoping for. One such name is Lynda Carter as Sandy Schaefer from ScreenRant has said, and she won’t be the only big name coming to the Arrowverse for the event since Brandon Routh, Tyler Hoechlin, and Tom Welling will also be making their way to the show in order to play three different versions of Superman that already seem to be exciting the fans. But Lynda Carter, one of the original people to take on a DC role back in the day, is one of the names that a lot of people know quite well and will no doubt be excited to see if such a thing is in the cards. She’s already been seen in the Arrowverse before, appearing in Supergirl as a different character. But you simply know that people would lose their minds if they got to see her in the old Wonder Woman outfit.

According to Ian Cardona of CBR there will be a few other notable names showing up as well such as Kevin Conroy, who’s voiced Batman in the past, and Burt Ward, who played the Boy Wonder, Robin, who played alongside Adam West. There’s no telling just who Ward will be playing, but it sounds as though Conroy will be playing an older Bruce Wayne, which should be kind of interesting. It’s not really smart to call Green Arrow a fringe character since he’s had a very strong arc throughout his time in the comics, but when compared to Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman he’s been somewhat of a lesser character, but not by much. With the crossover coming though you can bet that a lot of people will be looking for some of their favorite legendary heroes to show up since the Crisis event in the comics has been something that a lot of people have been buzzing about ever since it came out.

As Joey Paur of GeekTyrant has confirmed there are no concrete details concerning this matter but a lot of people are at least hopeful that it could happen. Given that Superman and Supergirl have been so prominent, and the fact that other heroes have been showing up now and again, it might be time to finally see Wonder Woman make a dramatic appearance and appease the fans. Like a lot of comic book adaptations though there’s nothing that’s certain until one sees it on the screen. If Lynda Carter does come, fingers crossed, it’s not likely going to be for a prolonged period of time, but it will be something great no matter how short her time on screen. She was after all the woman that helped to make Wonder Woman an even bigger icon than she’d been in the comics to date, and a great model for the Amazonian princess moving forward. You could say that she kind of gave the heroine a definite direction that was already pretty firm but was made even more so by her appearance. In fact she was one of DC’s biggest TV successes in her time and one that people remember the most.

One has to wonder just a little bit how DC will fare once Disney+ releases their streaming network since so far the CW has built up quite an impressive array of shows that have managed to capture the attention of a great many people and have told a great story that has rolled on without competition since the MCU has been mostly confined to the big screen. Shows such as Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and a few others have offered a little bit of competition, but seem to have come on the scene a little too late to offer any real worry to the DC universe, which has been thriving. Plus, the Marvel shows have done their best to incorporate some of their most famous heroes, but they haven’t done much more than flop throughout their short history. DC on the other hand was starting out years ago, depicting some of their most famous heroes and villains in an effort to gain an edge that they didn’t even need at that point since their comics and stories were still thriving for the most part. As of now though it’s a simple curiosity to think of whether the Disney streaming service will make a dent in DC’s numbers when it comes down to their lineup. It almost seems as though DC shouldn’t worry, especially if they’re bringing in some golden oldies that people should respond to in a positive manner.

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