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Of all people you know who I am. Who the world needs me to be, I'm Wonder Woman.
~ Wonder Woman.
She was once the servant of the gods, sent to teach mankind to worship them...but she learned to be human, instead. She's the Defender of Truth and Life in the struggle between heaven and humanity--between the mortal and the mythological...and she's me. I am Wonder Woman...and this is only the beginning.
~ Wonder Woman.
For there is at least one truth, and both of us know it. It's one of the things that calls us to each other, despite everything. Because someday our battles will end. And there would be no greater tragedy... than facing that end alone.
~ Prime Earth Wonder Woman.

Diana of Themyscira, better known as Wonder Woman (a.k.a Diana Prince) is a fictional character and superheroine from DC Comics who has her own franchise as well as being a founding member of the Justice League. She is an ancient Amazon who fights crime with aid from her bullet-proof wristbands, magical-lasso and superhuman-strength, and the ability to fly.

She was created by William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter, and first appeared in All Star Comics # 8 in October of 1941.

History

Background

Molded from clay by her mother, Queen Hippolyta, Princess Diana was bestowed with powers and abilities from the Greek gods and goddesses, and trained by her fellow Amazons on the paradise island, Themyscira, to use her powers carefully - even though Princess Diana bested them in battle. When United States Army Air Corps Colonel Steve Trevor crash landed on Paradise Island, Hippolyta was instructed by Athena and Aphrodite to hold a contest to see which Amazon would accompany Steve back to "Man's World" (as the Amazons called the outside world) to fight evil, because entities (such as the Nazis during World War II and, later on, Communist spies, criminals, mad scientists and other antagonists) were spreading deceit, enmity, corruption, contempt, discord and terror.

The contests consisted of one-on-one combat, archery, discus throwing, and racing. Wonder Woman had decided to help the United States in particular because she had seen their war-time symbols of making a difference as being all female and assumed the US was progressively feminist, thus aligning with Themyscira's sensibilities.

Although forbidden to participate because leaving the island would mean giving up her eternal youth, Diana defied her mother and entered the contest, with her face hidden under a combat helmet. But Queen Hippolyta assumed the winner's identity before the end of the competition. Much to Queen Hippolyta's regret, she felt inclined to award Princess Diana as the winner. Diana was given a red, blue, and gold outfit which was adorned with white stars, and knee-high boots. A golden "M" (an alternate costume is seen with Zeus' sacred animal: an eagle in its place) embroidered on the upper part.

Queen Hippolyta also entrusted her with the Lasso of Truth, which compelled others to speak honestly, and impenetrable silver bracelets forged by Hephaestus. Diana took on the title Wonder Woman, and set off as the Ambassador of Peace, not only using her strength to fight evildoers and solve decisions, but her kind-heart and wit too.

Biography

Early Life

Diana was the first born on Paradise Island to Queen Hippolyta, who placed all of the souls of women whom were murdered by man on the island. Diana was molded by clay when Hippolyta was instructed to in the late twentieth century, having been the soul that belonged to the unborn child of the first woman who was murdered by a man. The Greek Goddesses and Gods Athena, Demeter, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hestia and Hermes granted Diana gifts, such as strength, beauty, flight, wisdom, and courage. Diana was raised around Amazons, and when the Gods tasked the Amazons with sending one of their own into Man's World, and Diana won the contest held by her mother. Before going, she was given the Lasso of Truth, a weapon that forced anyone captured by it to admit the truth, and Sandals of Hermes, which allowed her to travel to great distances in seconds.

Becoming Wonder Woman

Being sent to man's world, Diana was tasked with promoting peace and equality, but part of it was involved with stopping a plot by Ares, the Greek God of war. In Boston, she met Steve Trevor, Etta Candy, and Julia and Vanessa Kapatelis, and was later given the title "Wonder Woman" when she defeated Ares' minion, Decay. Diana then managed to stop Ares' plot to cause a nuclear holocaust, and returned home to receive healing from Poseidon. Diana would return and became a popular superheroine to the public, and later became a founding member of the Justice League of America alongside Superman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Martian Manhunter. During her tenure as a superheroine, Wonder Woman became the mentor of Donna Troy, who became her sidekick known as Wonder Girl. When her apprentice became a founding member of the Teen Titans, Wonder Woman supported her sidekick alongside Superman Batman, Aquaman, and the Flash.

Wonder Woman would become a great foe to many supervillains, such as Barbara Minevra, who desired to steal the Lasso of Truth from her. Minerva lied to Diana that she found the Girdle of Antiope, and when Diana learned of Barbara's trickery, the two woman battled. Minevra turned into the Cheetah, and Diana managed to defeat the supervillainess, and returned to Paradise Island after their fight. She would then battle Silver Swan, a damaged woman who was manipulated and augmented to battle the Amazon, and she evaded Diana by escaping. When the immortal sorceress Circe emerged, she sent her minions to capture Diana, and the supervillainess explained her history of killing Hippolyta's sister.

Infinite Crisis

When Maxwell Lord influenced Superman, Wonder Woman nursed Batman back to health and battled Clark, who thought Diana was his enemy Doomsday. Diana then freed Superman from his mind control, and confronted Lord, who refused and mockingly stated that he was going to use the Man of Steel to kill everyone he loved. Wonder Woman then snapped Lord's neck, and his death was broadcasted by Brother-Eye to the public. The public was horrified of Wonder Woman's actions, and her relationships with Superman, Batman and other superheroes were strained due to the incident. Though Lois Lane stood up for her, and Batman and Superman later forgave Diana during the "Infinite Crisis", her image and faith in the people was tarnished.

When the "Infinite Crisis" started, Wonder Woman was not trusted by Batman or Superman, and the Dark Knight had lost some trust of his allies when the Justice League mind-wiped the incident where Dr. Light raped Sue Dibny. When Brother Eye ordered the Truth and Justice protocol, Themyscira was invaded and nearly destroyed, leaving Wonder Woman and her sisters isolated. Wonder Woman then called Athena to take the Amazonians to another dimension with Paradise Island, but Diana stayed on Earth to fight the OMACs. After helping the heroes defeat Alex Luthor, Wonder Woman stopped Batman from killing him, and mourned Superboy's death after he stopped Superboy-Prime.

One Year Later

After the events of "Infinite Crisis", Diana left the Wonder Woman mantle and disappeared, leaving Donna Troy to take on the title and continue her legacy. It was later revealed that Diana left to become a secret agent with the Department of Metahuman Affairs, going under the guise of Diana Prince. She had help in creating a new identity by Superman and Batman, with the former informing her to wear glasses to further hide her appearance. On her first mission, Diana worked with Tim Drake, Cassie Sandsmark, and Hercules in saving Donna and fighting Circe. Hercules then betrayed the group, but his and Diana's powers were stolen by Circe, but the latter managed to regain her powers and re-take the Wonder Woman title. Afterward, Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman met to re-form the Justice League to assist the Justice Society in helping the Legion of Super-Heroes.

New 52

With the relaunch of the New 52, Diana's origins were changed, with it being revealed that her experience on Themyscira and on Earth were false memories created by Deimos and Phobos. In actuality, Diana was the daughter of Queen Hippoltya and Zeus, and her real parentage was hidden to protect Diana from Zeus' wife, Hera. After the "Doomsday Clock", Doctor Manhattan fixed the timeline, having Wonder Woman be part of the history of world of men since World War II.

Personality

Princess Diana commands respect both as Wonder Woman and Diana Prince; her epithetical title – The Amazon Princess – illustrates the dichotomy of her character. She is a powerful, strong-willed character who does not back down from a fight or a challenge. Yet, she is a diplomat who strongly "favors the pen", and a lover of peace who would never seek to fight or escalate a conflict. She's simultaneously both the most fierce and most nurturing member of the Justice League; and her political connections as a United Nations Honorary Ambassador and the ambassador of a warrior nation makes her an invaluable addition to the team. With her powerful abilities, centuries of training and experienced at handling threats that range from petty crime to threats that are of a magical or supernatural nature, Diana is capable of competing with nearly any hero or villain.

Many writers have depicted Diana in different personalities and tone; between both of her diametric extremes; that of a worldly warrior, a highly compassionate and calm ambassador, and sometimes also as a naive and innocent person, depending on the writer. What has remained constant, and is a mainstay of the character, is her nurturing humanity: her overwhelming belief in love, empathy, compassion, and having a strong conscience.[citation needed] This trait had been the reason for her induction into the Star Sapphires.

Writer Gail Simone was applauded for her portrayal of Wonder Woman during her run on the series, with comic book reviewer Dan Phillips of IGN noting that "she's molded Diana into a very relatable and sympathetic character."

In the Golden Age, Wonder Woman adhered to an Amazon code of helping any in need, even misogynistic people, and never accepting a reward for saving someone; while conversely, the modern version of the character has been shown to perform lethal and fatal actions when left with no other alternative, exemplified in the killing of Maxwell Lord in order to save Superman's life. This has been a point of contention with both Superman and Batman with their deep principles on that matter, although they still respect her judgement.

The New 52 version of the character has been portrayed to be a younger, more headstrong, loving, fierce and willful person. Brian Azzarello stated in a video interview with DC Comics that they're building a very "confident", "impulsive" and "good-hearted" character in her. He referred to her trait of feeling compassion as both her strength and weakness.

A distinctive trait of her characterization is a group of signature mythological exclamations, beginning with "Great Aphrodite!", followed by "Great Hera!", "Merciful Minerva!", and "Suffering Sappho!', some of which were contributed by Elizabeth Holloway Marston.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Wonder Woman posses a different ability from a select few of the Greek gods and goddesses. Originally, Wonder Woman used an invisible plane that responded to her voice and only one of Amazon descent could see, but she was later gifted with flight. Her patron goddess is Hera, queen of Olympus, goddess of marriage and wife to Zeus, who freed the Amazons from the clutches of the war god, Ares, and gave them a home on an unplottable Paradise Island. Her blessing from the gods give her the physicality far above Superman and Captain Marvel.

  • Superhuman Strength: Diana has superhuman strength that is near limitless. She has been even strong enough to incapacitate a bloodlusted Superman with a kick, it should be noted that she held back. She can physically outmatch Kyrptonians, once restraining Supergirl. It should be noted that in all of her fights against Kryptonians, she usually comes out the victor. This also is impressive because she has resisted Superman who was near the sun in strength, she even holds back. This just proves her unrivaled strength. In fact, the bracelets weakened her, this means that without her bracelets Wonder Woman has overpowered Super doom (who is far stronger than Superman), making her strength increase tenfold.
  • Superhuman Durability: Though bullets and knives can pierce her, they cannot be life threatening to her. In more recent years, Diana says that only god-like weapons can hurt her. She can easily survive at the core of the Sun, being punched from the Sun into the planet, point blank planetary explosions, and punches from beings like Darkseid and Superman, all of these coming out unscathed.
  • Superhuman Speed: Diana has been stated by Batman to be faster then Superman. She has the speed of Hermes the messenger.
  • Superhuman Stamina and Super Endurance: Wonder Woman can last a infinite amount of time in any fight and with virtually anyone. She has held her own in combat with foes as powerful as a Doomsday clone. She doesn't tire out, as her body produces no lactic acids in her muscles.
  • Enhanced Healing Factor: Like the Earth, Diana is constantly renewing herself, allowing her to quickly heal mild to moderate injuries at an amazing rate. Her normal regenerative abilities allow her to recover from injury within seconds to minutes. She possesses an incredible immunity from poisons, toxins, as well as disease.
  • Oneness With Fire
  • Empathy: Diana can often detects others' emotions, and is now so fully immune to Doctor Psycho's illusions that she usually is not even aware of what illusions he is attempting to project.
  • Superhuman Senses: Eyesight, hearing, taste, touch and smell.
  • Flight
  • Dimensional Teleportation: On occasion, Wonder Woman can literally leave the planet through meditation. She did this to rescue Artemis when she was in hell, and has even conversed with the Greek Gods on occasion.
  • Immortality: Diana cannot age, wither, or degrade and can live indefinitely, being around 5018 years old. High-Tier beings like Kyrptonians can cause her great distress and pain.

Abilities

  • Hand-to-Hand Combat (Advanced): Diana is the finest warrior ever born among the Amazons of Themyscira. She is a master of armed and unarmed combat, proficient with nearly every weapon ever made (especially the bow and the javelin) and the exotic martial arts styles of the Amazons. Batman once remarked that Wonder Woman is the best melee fighter in the world.
  • Wisdom of Athena: Granted by Athena (Goddess of Wisdom). Diana possesses great wisdom and intelligence, though the degree varies from author to author. She is among the smartest and wisest members of the Justice League of America, along with the Martian Manhunter, Superman, and Batman.
  • Multilingualism: Diana has exhibited heightened proficiency with languages, being able to speak her native Themysciran, Ancient and Modern Greek, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Mandarin Chinese (she expressed "difficulty" with the tones of Cantonese during an interview with Lois Lane), Russian and Hindi. Plus, through precise muscle control, she can mimic other people's voices for short conversations (on the telephone). It is more difficult, for her to mimic a mans voice than another woman's voice.
  • Master Tactician and Strategist: Granted by Athena (Goddess of Wisdom). Diana is an accomplished strategist and tactician, trained in the arts of leadership, persuasion and diplomacy, and possesses a great deal of courage as well. She is a gifted leader.
  • Occultism: Diana possesses knowledge and understanding of magic. She has used her magical knowledge to use an alchemical spell to create a portal.

Portrayals

Films

  • In Justice League: The New Frontier, she was voiced by Lucy Lawless of Xena: Warrior Princess fame.
  • In the titular 2009 animated film, she was voiced by Keri Russell, who also played Ellie in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
  • In Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, she was voiced by Vanessa Marshall, who also voiced Irwin in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Hera Syndulla in Star Wars: Rebels, and Black Canary in Young Justice.
    • Marshall reprised her voice for the character in Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, Harley Quinn, and Superman: Red Son.
  • In Justice League: Doom, she was voiced by Susan Eisenberg, who also voiced Shaak Ti in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Gearshift in Skylanders.
    • Eisenberg valso voiced the character in the DC Animated Universe, and reprised her voice the character in Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, the DC short Wonder Woman, DC Universe Online, the Injustice series, Justice League vs. the Fatal Five and Lego DC Super-Villains.
  • In Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite, she was voiced by Laura Bailey, who also voiced Maka Albarn in the Soul Eater series, Tohru Honda in the Fruits Basket series, Kushina Uzumaki in the Naruto series, Tokine Yukimura in the Kekkaishi series, Rayne in the BloodRayne series, Jaina Proudmoore in the World of Warcraft series, Chun-Li in the Street Fighter series, Serena in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Helena Harper in Resident Evil 6, Abigail Walker in the Infamous series, Fiona in Tales from the Borderlands, Nadine Ross in the Uncharted series, Supergirl in Injustice 2, and Mary Jane Watson in Marvel's Spider-Man.
    • Bailey reprised her voice for the character in Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Lego Dimensions and Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.
  • In JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time, she was voiced by Grey DeLisle, who voices Daphne Blake in the Scooby-Doo franchise, Asajj Ventress in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Kitana in the Mortal Kombat series, Catwoman in the Arkahmverse, Catwoman in the Injustice series, Carmelita Fox in the Sly Cooper series, Emily Elizabeth Howard in the Clifford the Big Red Dog series, Sam Manson in Danny Phantom, Mandy in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Tootie Roberts in The Fairly OddParents, Frankie Foster and Goo in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Riley Daring in The Replacements, Frida Suárez in El Tigre, Wubbzy in Wow! Wow! Wubbzy, Kitty Katswell in Tuff Puppy, Jackie Lynn Thomas in Star Vs. The Forces of Evil Kimiko Tohomiko in Xiaolin Showdown and Xiaolin Chronicles, Yumi Yoshimura in Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi, and Lola Loud, Lana Loud, and Lily Loud in The Loud House.
    • DeLisle reprised her voice for the character in Lego Batman: Be-Leaguered and DC Super Hero Girls.
  • In The Lego Movie series, she is voiced by Cobie Smulders, who also plays Maria Hill in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and played Robin Scherbatsky in How I met your Mother.
  • In the DC Animated Film Universe, she was voiced by Vanessa Marshall, Michelle Monaghan and currently Rosario Dawson. Dawson also played Claire Temple in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • In Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League, she was voiced by Kari Wahlgren, who also voiced Mina Monroe in Bunnicula, Kitana in the Mortal Kombat series, Invisible Woman in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. and Starfire in Injustice 2.
  • In Justice League: Gods and Monsters, she was voiced by Tamara Taylor.
  • In the DC Extended Universe, she is portrayed by Gal Gadot, who also voiced Shank in Ralph Breaks the Internet.
  • In DC Super Heroes vs. Eagle Talon, she was voiced by Rica Matsumoto.
  • In Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, she was voiced by Halsey.

Television

  • In The Brady Kids, she was voiced by Jane Webb.
  • In Super Friends, she was voiced by Shannon Farnon, Connie Caulfield and B.J. Ward.
    • Ward reprised her voice for the character in the 1980s Superman animated series.
  • In the titular 1970s tv series, she was portrayed by Lynda Carter.
  • In Batman: The Brave and the Bold, she was voiced by Vicki Lewis.
  • In Young Justice, she is voiced by Maggie Q.
  • In Justice League Action, she was voiced by Rachel Kimsey, who also voiced Rachel Kane in Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
    • Kimsey reprised her voice for the character in Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?

Video Games

  • In Justice League Heroes, she was voiced by Courtenay Taylor, who also voiced Ada Wong in Resident Evil: Damnation and Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, Jack in the Mass Effect series, K.O. in OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes.
  • In Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, she was voiced by Tara Platt, who also voiced Mitsuru Kirijo and Elizabeth in the Persona series, Vert in Hyperdimension Neptunia, Edelgard von Hresvelg in the Fire Emblem series, Temari in the Naruto series, Marida Cruz in Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, Tron Bonne in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom, Anna Williams in the Tekkan series, Punk Shock in Skylanders, and Yuriko Watanabe in Marvel's Spider-Man.
  • In DC Universe Online, she was originally voiced by Gina Torres.
  • In LittleBigPlanet 2, she was voiced by Jules de Jongh, who also voiced Triss Merigold in The Witcher and Faith Connors in Mirror's Edge.

Motion Comics

  • In Superman: Red Son, she was voiced by Wendee Lee, who also voiced Trish in Devil May Cry 5.

Quotes

Death is necessary, Flash. It is part of life, and if we say life is a blessing, we must say death is a blessing, as well.
~ Wonder Woman
I have no idea were I'm going to be tomorrow but I expect the fact that tomorrow will come. And I'm going to rise to met it.
~ Wonder Woman
I used to want to save the world... to bring peace. I leaned with in them there was both light and dark a choice. And now I know that only love can truly change the world. So, I stay I fight and I give.
~ Wonder Woman
I can not stand by while innocent lives are lost.
~ Wonder Woman

Trivia

  • Dinanna Truthqueen is the name given Wonder Woman when she acquired the powers of a god and oversaw Proto-Earth-1 with Batman and Superman.
  • Born in 3000 B.C., Diana is 318 years older than the oldest Egyptian pyramid, and was fully grown before ancient history began. Though most variations put her superhero career towards starting during the two World Wars.
  • She is vegetarian.
  • Wonder Woman went up against Rogue in the webseries DEATH BATTLE and lost. In the "Deadpool vs. The Mask" episode, Deadpool tries to use the Continuity Gem to make it so Wonder Woman won by punching Rogue's face in.

Navigation

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Heroes
Cassie Sandsmark | Donna Troy | Jason | Wonder Woman
Supporting Characters
Antiope | Hippolyta | Steve Trevor

Movies
Wonder Woman (2009): Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman (2017): Wonder Woman | Steve Trevor | Hippolyta | Antiope | Zeus
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines: Wonder Woman | Steve Trevor | Etta Candy | Hippolyta | Julia Kapatelis
Wonder Woman 1984: Wonder Woman | Steve Trevor | Hippolyta | Antiope

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Theatrical Movies
Justice League: Justice League (Superman | Batman | Wonder Woman | The Flash | Cyborg | Aquaman) | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Mera | Lois Lane | Hippolyta | Zeus | Artemis | Green Lantern Corps
Zack Snyder's Justice League: Justice League (Superman | Batman | Wonder Woman | The Flash | Cyborg | Aquaman) | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Mera | Lois Lane | Hippolyta | Nuidis Vulko | Martian Manhunter | Zeus | Artemis | Green Lantern Corps

Direct-to-video Movies
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox: The Flash | Batman | Thomas Wayne | Cyborg | Kal-El | Cole Cash | Godiva | Steve Trevor | Lois Lane | Etrigan | S.H.A.Z.A.M. | Samuel Lane
Justice League: War: Justice League (Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Shazam, & Cyborg) | Steve Trevor | Freddy Freeman |Sarah Charles | Thomas Morrow | Silas Stone
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis: Aquaman: | Atlanna | Mera | Justice League (Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Green Lantern, Shazam, Superman, & Wonder Woman) | Steve Trevor | Lois Lane
Justice League vs. Teen Titans: Teen Titans (Raven, Robin, Starfire, Blue Beetle, Beast Boy, & Nightwing) | Justice League (Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Superman, & Wonder Woman)

           Justice Society Heroes

Main
Atom | Black Canary | Doctor Fate | Doctor Mid-Nite | Flash | Green Lantern | Hawkman | Hourman | Mister Terrific | Sandman | Spectre | Starman | Wildcat

Secondary
Air Wave | Amazing Man | Atom Smasher | Batman | Black Adam | Captain Marvel | Citizen Steel | Cyclone | Damage | Darknight | Hawkgirl | Hippolyta | Huntress | Jakeem Thunder | Johnny Thunder | Judomaster | King Chimera | Liberty Belle | Lightning | Magog | Miss America | Mister America | Obsidian | Power Girl | Red Beetle | Red Tornado | Ri | Robin | Sand | Stargirl | Star-Spangled Kid | S.T.R.I.P.E. | Thunderbolt | Tomcat | Superman | Wonder Woman |

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