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January 28 2009

Nathan Fillion talks Wonder Woman. He tells Comic Book Resources all about providing the voice of Steve Trevor in the upcoming animated DVD release of Wonder Woman. And there's other goodies to be had as well, it's a good read all round.

Maple syrup would be a helluva weapon - "Induce diabetes !". And if you ever need to camouflage yourself in a pillow stuffing factory, you're totally sorted. I already see super-villains cowering in terror.

Hopeful for 'Wonder Woman', it's about time she had her time in the sun I reckon, she's one of DC's big three but you wouldn't always know it.

(and i'd suggest defragging, might let him keep some of his uni knowledge a while longer)
As busy as Nathan's been, all that university stuff has probably been overwritten by now. But if he's like the rest of us, he probably has hard copies stacked away in a dusty box somewhere because:

1. he couldn't sell them back for even half of what they were worth
2. you never know when you might need to know the three orders of Greek Architecture or how advancements in technology played a major role in the Impressionist Movement.

At least with two English teachers for parents, THAT knowledge is probably included in his BIOS so if necessary he can put that teaching degree to good use.

And I think it's safe to say we could all use a good defragging.
Nice interview.
So if anybody were to look at me and say, 'Oh, you're an actor,' I could always say, 'Hey man, I'm a teacher!'

I hope one day he actually uses this. And I'm there to witness it. What a good day. (this quote totally made me laugh out loud. at work.)

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