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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 38 weeks ago

Justice League #12: Superman and Wonder Woman First Kiss Revealed

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Okay. I sorta feel like I'm 10 years old or something posting a "first kiss" article.

Anyway.

Here is the "first kiss" from Justice League #12 of Superman and Wonder Woman locking lips.

The Justice League issue is becoming quite the phenomenon as even Match.com gets in on the action (Match.com?) and they get the first reveal of the kiss as well as conducted a profile on the two Justice Leaguers.

Personally, I don't find this that big of a deal. Lois is out of the picture, and really, having some young super powered half naked individuals together on a team is bound to cause at least a couple of them to hook up.

Still, of course it is "Superman" and "Wonder Woman."

Wonder how long it will last?

A five page preview of the issue can be found here; it's out Wednesday.

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