This statement will reveal my impending old age to anyone that reads this, but here goes: to me, Lynda Carter will always be Wonder Woman. As a young child, I was obsessed with the television show in which she starred, and it was my introduction to the raven-haired Amazonian princess. Alas, it is obviously time for me to let go of my childhood crush and admit the character has evolved since the days I watched a bespectacled Diana Prince twirl around and explode into her Wonder Woman disguise. And who better than Susan Eisenberg to take Carter’s place as my mental image of such a goddess? Eisenberg is the voice of Wonder Woman to modern audiences; she’s performed the role in Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, and Injustice: Gods Among Us. She also inhabits the role in DC Universe Online, a game which takes its superheroes very seriously, and as well it should. I approached Eisenberg and several of her colleagues, all of whom voice larger-than-life characters in SOE’s online role-playing game, to find out how they unleash their inner heroes and villains. When comic enthusiasts are so invested in a character, how much pressure is there to get it… Read full this story
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