Aside from that a LOT of DC characters have God-like powers (and an argument can be made that Wonder Woman, as a blessed of the Gods is no different to Hercules, who was the son of a man and a God).
Aprapo nothing, the Hercules of the DCU is actually closer to the Hercules of Greek myth then Marvel's.
: Pretty much every super team Marvel has put
: out has featured a god, hasn't it? Well,
: except Fantastic Four. Even teh X-Men got
: in the game by having one of the New Mutants
: become a valkyrie for a time. DC doesn't do
: that, do they? They're god based characters
: are all rather sort of villainous.
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