New this month Revealing mistake: After the explosion we see a shot of the fire in the second story window, and when Wonder Woman leaps up to the window the smoke is going into the window instead of out, which reveals it's shown in reverse. The boots she's wearing are also flats which then change back to heels.
New this month Revealing mistake: When the elderly woman fires the submachine gun at Wonder Woman, the sparks created by her bracelets are bigger and brighter than usual, and we can see the wires under both of her arms to help create those special effects. We can even see the wires' shadows on the wall behind her.
New this month Visible crew/equipment: To break the deadlock during the Tournament of Athletic Games, the last event is bullets and bracelets, and when Diana fires and hits her opponent, VIII, the wired remote that controls her bracelet sparks can be seen in VIII's right hand.
New this month Visible crew/equipment: When the truck carrying the caged gorilla pulls into the alleyway, just as Hans and Carl exit the truck and walk away, the blue-sleeved arm of the cameraman/crew member is visible as it moves upward, at the right side of the screen.
Continuity mistake: When Wonder Woman is spinning the XPJ-1 around, she's seen approaching the jet with her hands empty and her lasso on her side where it usually is. As the scene progresses, her golden lasso magically appears in her right hand even though she never reached down to pick it up.
Revealing mistake: When Diana is supposed to cut the power cables to stop the timer, just before she cuts the cable, you can see that all the cables are already cut and have a large, obvious seam in each of them. Then, when her hand goes through them, they all cut right at the seams.
Factual error: When Steve gets attacked by the bad guys and Wonder Woman shows up, the lady in the car pulls out a camera and films the event. She sits still, the car isn't moving, and she does all the filming from the same position. However when she watches the playback, the film shows footage from multiple angles and varying distances, which is impossible because she and the camera were in the same spot the whole time.