Who is that behind Wonder Woman?
Is that Vixen?
The yellow jumpsuit looks like it belongs to Vixen, if slightly the wrong colour. As do the bangles on the wrist and the belt on the waist.
But last I checked, Vixen was not a white woman.
Vixen, Vixen, Vixen, Vixen.
Nope, not a white woman.
And while she obviously uses relaxer on her hair, I've never heard of the chemicals automatically bleaching skin. So no plot or reasoning will be coming from that direction.
Seriously, what the hell is up with that? You know there is no way that from writer to printing press Superman could suddenly show up in a series that's part of current continuity, sporting braids and a darker skin tone.
Because people would call you on that!
And in all honesty, as cool as the idea would be to randomly show the heroes as different ethnicities and cultural identities to show how universal they truly are;
Today Superman is Black.
Today Batman is Korean.
Today Wonder Woman is Latina
Today Flash is Indigenous Australian...
You aren't that cool, DC.
You just aren't that cool.
Instead it all comes across very much like:
"We've secretly switched the usual black superheroine, for a white chick. Let's see if anyone notices."
There are only a handful of minority characters, in your universe DC. And while yes, said characters totally kick ass, that is no excuse for you to be cavalier. There's no reason for this not to have been caught.
What? Were you all mesmerized by Wonder Ass and the Astounding FF Breasts that somehow managed not to droop?
Stop fucking things up DC.
Stop fucking things up.
And oh yes, caption box, it is indeed CRAZY.
[ETA: Edited Feb 2011 - Update lost images]