Is it a bird? No, is it a plane? Is it Superman? No, it's Wonder Woman! Diana has made a huge impact in Hollywood but now she is tackling the world of card games. WW84: The Wonder Woman Card Game celebrates the release of the long-awaited sequel to Patty Jenkin's 2017 Wonder Woman film. Starring Gal Gadot in the iconic role, the card game follows Diana Prince from the most recent DC cinematic timeline.
"A Deal is a Promise"
WW84: The Wonder Woman Card Game is a fast-paced card game that allows four players to take on the lasso of truth. In this game, you'll be taking on the role of the Amazon princess as she fights off villains and saves innocent citizens.
Each player will receive a deck that has various wonderful actions. From blocking and sprinting to punching and lassoing, you'll need to champion each action to defeat the lineup of enemies. Alongside defeating fearsome foes, you'll also be playing to gain awards and rescue countless citizens. To win, you'll need to rescue the most innocent citizens!
Not only is this an easy game to pick up and play, but it is also a beautiful addition to any board game collection. With artwork from the highly-anticipated Wonder Woman 1984, Gal Godat shines in this 80's inspired card game. Living up to its name, this game also oozes 80's style. Colourful, neon and electric, the WW84 Card Game is a stylish game that would make the perfect gift for any DC fan.
"And a Promise is Unbreakable"
The WW84 Card Game celebrates the 80's powerhouse, the latest in the DC cinematic universe. Wonder Woman 1984 sees Diana contending a businessman and friend. Their extreme desire for wealth and power sends the world down a dangerous path of destruction. After an ancient artefact that grants the wishes of whoever possesses it, the world quickly becomes power-hungry and Wonder Woman is the only one who can control it.
The iconic duo of Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot returns in this sequel. After directing 2017's Wonder Woman film, Patty Jenkins quickly made a name for herself in the world of superheroes. Wonder Woman was the first film adaption of an all-female superhero story in the recent uproar in popularity of the franchise. Audiences were all introduced to Gal Godot's immortal Amazon warrior demigoddess and fell in love. A powerful and faithful portrayal of the character was so refreshing to see on the big screen. 2017's Wonder Woman is still regarded as one of DC's best cinematic adaptions which meant that everyone was waiting for a successor.
Released in the height of lockdown, Wonder Woman 1984 provided a ray of 80's joy to many. Gal Godot and Chris Pine returned for the sequel whilst Kirsten Wiig and Pedro Pascal joined the cast as two polar opposite antagonists.