Early on in the film, it’s revealed that the arrival of Kalypso and her sisters Hespera (Helen Mirren) and Anthea (Rachel Zegler) was thanks to Billy in the last film. After snapping the Wizard’s staff, the wall between their realm and ours came down, breaking a barrier that had kept gods out of humanity’s business and now allowing them to cross over, wreak havoc and cause a spot of bother for our heroes. For those who know their DCEU antagonists, however, previous events from Wonder Woman’s side of the story specifically should argue that this shouldn’t be the case.

In “Wonder Woman” from 2017, it’s eventually revealed that World War I has been spurred on by none other than the god of war, Hades (David Thewlis), who has been hanging around on Earth for centuries. If that’s the case, surely that would suggest that the barrier wasn’t all it was cracked up to be, and the likes of Hades, or indeed Zeus and Atlas (two gods Shazam’s powers come from) shouldn’t have had any trouble in making their way back to our world. The issues don’t end there either, because not only does Wonder Woman’s appearance mess up the story’s already established rules, but it also has us scratching our chins about how she made her way into the scene in the first place — or the rest of the characters, for that matter.

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