Wonder Girl I
Wonder Woman I
|Princess of Peace|
|Citizen of Themyscira with no criminal record.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
Wonder Dome, Washington D.C.
Blue, now Grey
Note: After being blinded by the gorgon Medousa and traveling through the bowels of Hades in a quest to free the messenger of the Olympic Gods, Mercury, Wonder Woman was rewarded by the grey-eyed goddess of wisdom Athena with her powers of sight and observation.
Mystically enhanced clay statue animated with superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, and durability; capable of flight and able to live without nutrition, liquid, or rest for long periods of time, possessing an extremely long life-expectancy.
Capable of limited telepathy with animals.
Excellent hand-to-hand and armed combatant with skills as a warrior.
Above average intelligence with skills as a diplomat and educator.
Amazonium Bracelets: Capable of deflecting projectiles and magic forces, forged from the shards of Zeus' shield the Aegis.
Gauntlet of Atlas: Mystical glove which increases the strength of the wearer.
Invisible Jet: Aircraft of unknown properties and composition that is rendered almost invisible to human eyes.
Lasso of Hestia: Indestructible lariat that compels those that come in contact with it to speak the truth.
Mystic Sword: Bladed weapon reputed to be able to cut through any substance.
Sandals of Hermes: Winged footwear used for flight.
Tiara: Head bracelet which can be used as a boomerang.
Dark Angel I
Justice League America
Justice League of America Vol. 1 & 2
Wonder Woman Vol. 1 & 2
|All Star Comics #8 (Winter, 1941)|
Dr. William Moulton Marston & Harry G. Peter
Note: Dr. Marston contributed to the invention of the polygraph, also known as the lie detector machine.
Princes Diana is a mystical being molded of clay by her mother Hippolyta, and imbued by the Greek goddess Aphrodite with the spirit of a daughter Hippolyta lost in the womb over 30,000 years before.
Diana was chosen from all the women of Themyscira by a contest of strength and skill to be their ambassador in the world of Men, an honor that carried the title of Wonder Woman.