In any case, since one or both of them are usually romantically entangled elsewhere, any dalliances between Superman and Wonder Woman have been very brief and occurred in their pasts or in alternate timelines where Lois Lane is dead.
These include Frank Miller’s #12, in which Geoff Johns and Jim Lee will see the two heroes begin what’s promised to be a substantive relationship.
@Jared Tritsch apologies for the mix up with Superwoman =/= Wonder Woman.
I'm unfamiliar with 'earths' in DC comics.
During the storyline "The Obsidian Age," in which the Justice League journeyed into the ancient past in order to save a time-lost Aquaman, Batman and Wonder Woman prepared to fight their enemies to the death and, before doing so, they surprised one another (and a lot of readers) by sharing a kiss.
There's this evil scientist who's only evil as a means to get money to fund his research to help his dying wife.
Should I give him grant money, or punch him in the face?
This can sometimes be traced to someone who has intimacy issues due to psychological wounds from the past or attachment difficulties.
This also often happens with men who have a chronic history of anonymous sexual encounters with no-strings attached mindsets, as they have become conditioned to the sexual pursuit and conquest chase that gets reinforced with each new man they have sex with.
Naturally, Diana won the contest and adopted the star-spangled costume of Wonder Woman (a version of this story, updated so as not to be a period piece, was the basis of DC’s 2009 direct-to-DVD animated movie).