I wish to mention two pertinent points relating to this discussion:
First, I believe one must distinguish between disliking Zionism and disliking Jews. The most instructive comments I have heard about this come from lectures and interviews by very well educated and informed Jews who speak out against Zionism. One of the points they often refer to is the charge that to criticize Israel or Zionism is to criticize Jews, and that this charge may be either an unconscious, habitual response or a device deliberately used as a pro-Israel or Zionist party line. From your pen name, I guess in your case it may be both. If there are cliches or a lack of honesty here, I suggest that charge might be directed at what you wrote.
Secondly, I (not a Jew) believe, and I have heard others say, that Israel’s Zionist activities create ill will toward Jews, thus making the first point (above) more problematic. Which brings me to Wonder Woman.
I have read or heard that Superman represented a Brooklyn Jew, and that MAD Magazine was Jewish humor all along; but I have no problem enjoying those. I don’t hate Jews, but I hate Zionism, at least in its present manifestation. For me Wonder Woman is a “piece of work” that I am not attracted to at all; and the pro-Israel flavor added into the mix (proud veteran of the Israeli Army, married to an Israeli real estate developer—well, sorry, I tend to hate real estate developers to begin with. But a real estate developer in Israel sounds especially ominous) is just more cause for me to feel repugnance toward it.