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Wonder Woman 1984: Wings of Asteria

“Wonder Woman 1984: Wings of Asteria” is a fan edit intended to be a more grounded alternative to the theatrical cut. It re-scopes the conflict to focus on events with the greatest impacts to the main characters while reducing plot holes and awkward moments.


  • Diana no longer drops the thieves after the mall heist
  • Instead of being “resurrected” into someone else’s body, Steve’s simply himself. Subsequent references to the other character have been removed for continuity, with one exception: He appears briefly at the end, but he’s just a random stranger.
  • The sequence in which Diana and Steve fly to Egypt has been edited to imply they’re authorized to use the plane. As a result, it’s unnecessary for the plane to be invisible.
  • Removed the subplot of the Egyptian wall. (“The King of Crude” still divides Egypt, but politically instead of literally.)
  • Removed scenes and dialogue suggesting everyone must renounce their wish in order to restore the status quo. Max renouncing the power of the Dreamstone is presumed to negate the wishes he granted with it.
  • While nuclear proliferation’s still a theme, it’s less central to the plot and doesn’t escalate to war
  • Steve no longer grabs the decorative sword from the wall of the White House
  • Removed the flashback to Max opening Black Gold Cooperative
  • Flashbacks to Max’s childhood have been juxtaposed with flashbacks to instances in which Max neglected Alister. He understands he abandoned Alister to the dangerous and volatile world he created, and the resulting guilt and fear for Alister’s safety — vs. the imminent nuclear strike of the theatrical cut — cause Max to panic and renounce his wish.
  • Removed awkward dialogue at the end



January 2023

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