Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that though this cartoon derives from a vintage comic-book character, the script is pretty up-to-date with the violence, including beatings, stabbings, decapitations, and blood flowing from a human sacrifice. Sexually suggestive lines include references to prostitution, seduction, and Wonder Woman's "rack" (wonder-rack?). Some Amazon women are shown skimpily clad or bathing, and Wonder Woman proves to have super-powers of alcohol consumption. "Crap" is uttered (and treated) like an obscenity. Viewers with little knowledge of Greek mythology might be confused about fine details; ultra-religious household might be put off by the trappings of pre-Christian pagan worship.
Some cleavage-baring and skimpy superheroine outfits. A brief scene of Amazons bathing topless (long, flowing hair covers the super-busts). Fleeting, jokey references to prostitution and pick-up lines. Wonder Woman is complimented on her "nice rack."
Frequent "cartoon violence," taken to more-severe-than-usual levels by actual deaths, blood flowing, and (silhouetted) decapitations. Combat of all sorts, from fist-fighting and body-slamming wrestling and smashing, to gunfire, warplane dogfights with missiles, hails of arrows, lightning bolts, swordplay, etc. An onslaught by zombies, some in gruesome stages of decay. Fatalities include an occult human sacrifice.
"Crap" used (and defined) as a swear word. The Amazons scorn such vulgarity, but Wonder Woman ultimately adopts it.
Wonder Woman herself has been an icon of brave, strong, heroic girlhood for generations, and nothing here contradicts that. Steve, Wonder Woman's love interest, is introduced as a sort of womanizing rascal, but he turns out okay, even as he introduces swearing to the Amazons. One Amazon who favors reading and intellect instead of prowess in battle provides key information that saves the tribe. On the other hand, a different Amazon betrays the group in the name of love, with dialogue indicating that it was a girl thing.
Tie-in to vast quantities of related merchandise.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinking in a bar. Attempt to get Diana/Wonder Woman drunk ends with a declaration that her mighty all-female tribe are also champion drinkers.