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  • she was shown to be pretty old in Justice League recently.

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    • That's always been treated inconsistently. Does it explicitly depict her as not immortal?

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    • Tupka217 wrote: That's always been treated inconsistently. Does it explicitly depict her as not immortal?

      well they didn't call her a mortal. that was future Diana. the present Diana didn't find it weird that she looks old and that future Diana wasn't really that far in the future and yet she still looked old.

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    • Immortality does not prevent aging.

      Traditionally, agelessness only applied if Amazons remained on Themyscira. But it's never been consistent (how could Diana age from a baby otherwise?).

      But she is still immortal.

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    • Tupka217 wrote: Traditionally, agelessness only applied if Amazons remained on Themyscira. But it's never been consistent (how could Diana age from a baby otherwise?).

      But she is still immortal.

      I think in the comics ageless means that when you reach adulthood you just stop there (women generally stay young while men old because it's artistic choice most likely).

      it's not literal haha otherwise she would be baby forever.

      I think we should at least remove that she retains her youth indefinitely.

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    • The source - DC Nation (Volume 2) #4 - doesn't mention that explicitly, so I'll remove that.

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    • I've removed everything that wasn't in the source. It doesn't mean it's not true - it's just unverified. If a source for it can be found - like the latest DC Enc - of course it can be expanded.

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    • ah ok.

      thanks!

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