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Wonder Woman is an Amazon princess and a superheroine. She was a member of the All-Star Squadron, and became a founding member of the Justice League. She is the mentor to Wonder Girl.

Personality Edit

Due to the fact that she is Amazon royalty, Diana seems to naturally come off as a powerful and commanding presence to those around her. She is serious-minded and outspoken in her views.[8]

Physical appearance Edit

Wonder Woman is a noticeably tall and fair-skinned woman with straight waist-length black hair, blue eyes, and broad shoulders. She is ageless and attractive in appearance, sporting a voluptuous frame with a sizable bust and well-toned yet muscular build.

She initially wore a strapless red bustier held up by a brace of gold resembling two W's. She has a large golden belt and blue briefs with five white stars on them. She wears red boots with a white stripe on the front side. Wonder Woman wears silver bracelets around her wrists, red star earrings, and wears a golden diadem with a red star on her forehead. She also has a golden lasso, which hangs from her belt when not used.[9]

Wonder Woman's armor

Wonder Woman's battle-ready armor.

By 2018, as she was fighting as part of the intergalactic section of the League, she adjusted her costume for battle. She now wore a sleeveless top with a red section resembling her original costume, but with a blue section covering her chest. She wears matching navy blue undersleeves with fingerless gloves with a white star on the back of her hand. She now wears slightly longer briefs with three wide pteruges-like flaps; one on either side and one at the front. The side flaps have white stars on them; all flaps have a white trim. Her boots are now blue as well and extend above her knees, with golden kneepads. In addition to her lasso, she carries a sword on her belt and a small round shield on her back.[1]

History Edit

Early life Edit

Diana was sculpted from clay as an infant[6] on the island of Themyscira[7] in 1925.[3] She adopted the name Wonder Woman, and became a superhero, in 1941.[10] She fought in World War II,[11] and joined the All-Star Squadron the same year.[6] During this time, she went by the alias "Diana Prince".[2]

She went back to Themyscira in 1946,[12] but returned in 2001.[13]Her current residence is Washington, D.C.[10]

In February 2003,[14][15] Wonder Woman worked together with six other heroes[16] to defeat an Appellaxian invasion, and eventually drove them off the planet.[17] The seven assembled heroes then formed the Justice League,[14] with them as the founding members.[18]

2010 Edit

Washington, D.C.
July 5, 00:39:16 EDT

Wonder Woman came to Cadmus with the rest of the League after it was destroyed. She talked to Superman after he was confronted with his clone.[9]

August 21, 16:07 EDT

Wonder Woman attended the funeral of Kent Nelson at the Tower of Fate.[19]

Ice Fortress-5
November 11, post-17:08 PST

Wonder Woman helped destroy the fifth ice fortress.[20]

The Watchtower
November 25, 06:54 EST

Wonder Woman took part in a League meeting concerning the admission of new members. She was a vocal proponent of Icon (but more so Rocket), as she felt the League needed more women. She was angry at Captain Marvel for lying about his age, as well as the fact Batman knew. She was also disapproving of Batman's education of Robin.[8]

Washington, D.C.
December 30, 09:16 EST

Wonder Woman was present at the press conference about the induction of Atom, Doctor Fate, Icon, Plastic Man and Red Arrow into the League.[21]

The Watchtower
December 30, 23:46 EST

After being made a slave of the Light's mind control, Wonder Woman welcomed Vandal Savage aboard the Watchtower with a silent kneel of obedience.[21] In the time she was enthralled, the Light used her and five other Leaguers to attack Rimbor. For sixteen hours, they went on a rampage, and told all present to beware the Justice League, and Earth.[17]

The Watchtower
December 31, post-23:16 EST
Wonder Woman was one of the six leaguers on an away mission who was recalled to the Watchtower. This was Vandal Savage's response when the Team successfully disconnected Plastic Man, the Atom, Captain Atom, and Hawkman from Klarion's control. Upon her arrival, Wonder Woman and her five teammates faced off against the vaccinated Black Canary, Red Tornado and Red Arrow. When Red Tornado was incapacitated by John Stewart, Wonder Woman, along with Superman, tore off Red Tornado's limbs, removing him from the fight.

After Hawkwoman was subdued by Robin, Wonder Woman attempted to lasso him. She was foiled by Rocket, who protected him with her force bubble, and later encased Wonder Woman in another bubble. Wonder Woman attempted to escape the bubble by punching it, but her kinetic energy only added to the force bubble's strength. Wonder Woman was trapped in the bubble, the last Leaguer to fall, and was still trapped when Vandal Savage and Klarion teleported away.[22]

2015 Edit

Mount Justice
February 16, 21:31 EST

Wonder Woman had pressing issues on Themyscira, which prevented her from investigating the disappearance of Helena Sandsmark.[23]

The Moon
December 1, 15:31 UTC

After being acquired by Kylstar as an asset, Wonder Woman was stored in a crystalline prison cell with all captured heroes and villains. An inhibitor orb blocked her powers.[24]

The Moon
December 1, 15:52 UTC

Captain Atom broke free of his cell and liberated Wonder Woman, Superman, Superboy and Captain Marvel.[24]

The Moon
December 1, 16:16 UTC

The heroes discussed what to do next. Captain Marvel suggested freeing Major Force, which Captain Atom did not like. Wonder Woman tried to convince him otherwise, reminding him of their friendship, but he still refused. Captain Atom pulled rank and decided they should have to find out more about their captor first.[24]

The Moon
December 1, 17:13 UST

The heroes came to a window and discovered, to their dismay, that they were being held captive on the Moon. Wonder Woman noted getting home may be more difficult than their escape.[25]

The Moon
December 1, 19:36 UCT

The heroes had difficulty getting their bearings in the crystalline corridors. Captain Marvel came up with a plan to find the teleporters that brought them to the Moon, but the next moment the group was teleported inside a cell. They were addressed by Orb-One, providing translation for First Leader Kylstar, who told them they would remain where they were during their journey. Kylstar's ship then lifted off from the surface of the Moon and headed into space.[25]

Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 21:55 UTC

The heroes waited patiently in their cell.[26]

Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 22:31 UTC

Failing to convince First Leader Kylstar that they do not want to accompany him on his journey, the heroes pummeled the ground beneath them, and ventured their way through the vessel. The heroes were immediately teleported to a new destination in the vessel, along with Kylstar and Orb-One.[26]

Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 22:52 UTC

The heroes were quickly trounced by Kylstar, who slammed Wonder Woman to ground. Kylstar prepared to deliver the final blow, but Superboy prevented that.[26]

Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 23:17 UTC

Wonder Woman rose, realizing their tactics had been flawed. She rallied her teammates, and urged them to work together.[27]

Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 23:27 UTC

With her lasso, Wonder Woman restrained Kylstar, and kept him tied up with Captain Marvel's help. The others performed the West Maneuver on him. Just when they thought they had beaten him, Orb-One summoned new restraining orbs. These new orbs were better adjusted after the previous escape, disabling their powers more effectively.[27]

Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 23:32 UTC

Miss Martian arrived and liberated the heroes from their controlling orbs.[28]

Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 23:58 UTC

Having seen the prowess of his acquisitions, Kylstar decided to explain his actions to all of them. He had all the captives released, and explained how he needed them to save his people. A few chose to join him; the rest were teleported away.[28]

The Collector's Ship
December 1, 19:01 EST

The heroes and villains were teleported straight into the control room where Alpha Squad was fighting the Collector of Worlds. The Bio-Ship's weapons made quick work of the coludroid.[28]

December 1, 19:03 EST

Just as they were planning to regroup, dozens more coludroids showed up and surrounded the heroes and villains. At Atom and Nightwing's insistence, the Collector shut down his shrinking beam, as someone below attempted to shut down the force field.[28]

December 1, 22:03 EST

Wonder Woman gathered with the other Leaguers, and watched as Nightwing, Captain Atom, Superman and others discussed the coincidence of two alien incursions on the same day.[28]

2016 Edit

New Orleans
January 4, post-21:59 CST

After the Gamma Squad saved hostages from the Kroloteans, Wonder Woman arrived on the scene with the rest of the Justice League members and the Team.[4]

January 6, 09:58 MST

Wonder Woman joined Captain Atom, John Stewart and Nightwing at STAR Labs, to wait for Zeta Squad's arrival back from Rann. She was shocked when Miss Martian told her what had happened during the sixteen hours she had been under the Light's mind control, and felt guilty for her actions, as she had no memory of it. Captain Atom reassured her it was not her fault.[17]

South Pacific
January 6, 20:32 HAST

The League and the Team sought out the main Krolotean base on Earth: Malina Island. Wonder Woman was part of Delta Squad with Wonder Girl, Superman and Superboy. They served as backup, and arrived in the thick of the battle to relieve Aquaman and Lagoon Boy. Wonder Woman quickly set to work, but she soon found she had to reign in the overexcited Wonder Girl, who was unfocused because of her admiration for her mentor. It helped, and Diana watched with pride as Wonder Girl took down two Mechs with her lasso as she had done.

When word reached them a bomb had been planted on the island, Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl helped in the evacuation. They picked up Aquaman and Lagoon Boy, and escaped to the Bio-Ship. Superman had opted to stay behind, trying to convince the Kroloteans to escape their impending doom. The Bio-Ship only barely escaped the blast, but Superman was caught in the thick of it. After Aquaman pulled him out of the water, Wonder Woman checked to see if he was wounded.[17]

Mount Justice
January 26, 00:10 EST

John Stewart had discussed the events on Rimbor with the Guardians, and they decided the best solution was for the six implicated Leaguers to stand trial on that planet. Wonder Woman prepared for the journey on the beach at Mount Justice's foot, and bade farewell to Wonder Girl, who wanted to come along. Wonder Woman suggested that Wonder Girl's mother would not be happy with that idea. Then Wonder Woman departed with her comrades, offering a parting blessing from the gods.[17]

Milky Way
April 1, 00:16 UTC

L-Ron showcased an image of Wonder Woman to Despero, as one of Earth's most powerful beings that could be challenged for a match. However, he moved on to other prospective contenders, due to Wonder Woman's absence from the planet.[29]

April 2, 20:04 UTC

Wonder Woman watched on as Superman pleaded his case to the Tribune.[30]

June 20, 00:16 UTC

Wonder Woman and the other Leaguers were found guilty of all charges and taken away. Superboy, Miss Martian and Adam Strange arrived in court, presented new evidence and argued the Tribunal should reverse its decision. After further deliberation, the charges against Wonder Woman and the Leaguers were dropped and they were released from custody.[31]

Mount Justice
June 20, 23:16 EDT

The League finally arrived at Mount Justice, Wonder Woman among them. The mountain was in ruins, and Superman wondered whether they were already too late in dealing with the invasion that embroiled the Earth before and during their absence. Members of the Team descended from the heavens, acting as a welcoming committee. Batman asked Aqualad, who in their last meeting was still a traitor, what happened there. Aqualad reassured them that the crisis has passed, but not without loss.[31]

The Watchtower
July 4, 21:16 EDT

When the Team was summoned to the mission room for a face-to-face meeting with members of the League, Wonder Woman was among them. Batman informed them that they would now operate side-by-side with the Justice League from the Watchtower. Not because Mount Justice was destroyed, but because they earned the right to do so. The League then left the Team to its own devices.[31]

2016-2018 Edit

Wonder Woman became co-chair of the Justice League with the new Aquaman. She lead the League's mission in outer space while Aquaman lead those on Earth.[1]

2018 Edit

July 16, 00:16 UTC
The Watchtower
July 27, 19:57 EDT
Gotham City
September 26, 02:24 EDT
November 03, 23:16 UTC
The Milky Way
November 06, 19:12 UTC
The Orphanage
November 07, 01:20 UTC
Gotham City
December 08, 00:01 EST
December 31, 09:00 CAT

2019 Edit

The Orphanage
January 25, 22:25 UTC
The Orphanage
January 26, post-01:17 UTC

Powers and abilities Edit

  • Flight: Wonder Woman has the ability to fly unaided.[9]
  • Super strength: She possesses enough strength to tear Red Tornado's limbs with great ease[22] and hurl a Mech with her lasso.[17]
  • Expert hand-to-hand combatant: Drawing from her Amazonian training, Wonder Woman is quite adept in close-range battle. Using her bracelets, she is able to skillfully deflect incoming projectiles.[17]

Equipment Edit

Appearances Edit

Relationships Edit

Batman Edit

Main article: Batman

Wonder Woman at times expressed her disapproval of some of Batman's actions, such as how he raised Robin to fight crime from the age of nine. She also did not seem pleased that he kept Captain Marvel's true identity from the rest of the League.[8]

Wonder Girl Edit

Main article: Wonder Girl

Wonder Girl is Diana's protégé, and she takes the tasks of a teacher seriously. She occasionally has to correct her apprentice's lack of focus and worship of her mentor, but takes great pride in seeing her accomplishments in battle.[17]

Background information Edit

  • Wonder Woman debuted in All-Star Comics #8 (December 1941), created by William Moulton Marston. Though she was not the first female superhero, she was the first to have her own title. She is one of DC Comics's "Big Three" (with Batman and Superman), and its most recognizable female character.
  • This marks Wonder Woman's tenth animated appearance. Her animated debut was a guest appearance in The Brady Kids Show!, a year before becoming a major player in Super Friends. She had another guest appearance in the 1988 Ruby-Spears Superman series. She also appeared in the DC Animated Universe (Justice League and Justice League Unlimited), Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and the DC Universe Original Movies Justice League: The New Frontier, Wonder Woman, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse and Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths.

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