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    Diana of Themyscira (Earth-1: Post-Crisis)

    For other uses of Wonder Woman, see Wonder Woman (Disambiguation).

    I am Diana of Themyscira, daughter of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons. And your wrath upon this world is over. In the name of all that is good in this world, I hereby complete the mission of the Amazons, by ridding this world of you forever!
    — Wonder Woman to Ares[src]

    Princess Diana of Themyscira, also known as Diana Prince, is the vigilante known as Wonder Woman, a member of the Justice League and an antiquities dealer.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

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    Early Life[edit | hide]

    Princess of Themyscira[edit | hide]

    The Outside World[edit | hide]

    World War I[edit | hide]

    Going to London[edit | hide]

    Into the Battlefield[edit | hide]

    No Man's Land[edit | hide]

    Not About Deserving[edit | hide]

    1984[edit | hide]

    Hero of Wonder[edit | hide]

    The Dreamstone[edit | hide]

    Double Threats[edit | hide]

    Making the Right Choices[edit | hide]

    Bat of Gotham vs. Son of Krypton[edit | hide]

    Doomsday[edit | hide]

    Steppenwolf's Invasion[edit | hide]

    A Whole New World[edit | hide]

    Project Butterfly[edit | hide]

    Billy Batson's Resurrection[edit | hide]

    Chasing Al Falcone[edit | hide]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    • Amazon-Olympian Hybrid Physiology: As the daughter of Zeus and Hippolyta, the bloods of the Olympians flows in Diana's body and bestows her abilities stronger than that of Amazons.[1]
      • Divine Energy Manipulation: Diana has access to the divine energy of the Olympians which often appears as golden and bright blasts of energy from her body. However, Diana rarely channels the energy from her bare hands, but rather through her gauntlets.[1]
        • Electrokinesis: Diana is able to create and manipulate electricity from her own body.[1]
        • Spell Casting: Like her father Zeus, Diana can cast an invisibility spell on a plane.[3]
      • Flight: Diana is able to fly at exceptional speed over a great distance.[3]
      • Immortality: Like other Amazons and Olympians, Diana does not age like human beings and retains the same appearance for over a century.[1]
        • Regenerative Healing Factor: Diana was able to heal from her shoulder wounds after being treated by nurses.[1]
        • Poison Immunity: Diana was shown to be immune to Isabel Maru's mustard gas.[1]
      • Superhuman Agility: Since a young age, Diana was shown to be extremely agile and capable of evading obstacles with ease.[1]
      • Superhuman Durability: Diana's skin is extremely durable to extreme shock blunt force traumas and fall damage, though still vulnerable to bullets and piercing attacks.[1]
      • Superhuman Stamina: Diana can endure long-term battles without the need to catch her breath.[1]
      • Superhuman Strength: Diana has the ability to lift heavy objects and generate a strong force from her bare hands. She was also shown to dent an enormous tank and destroy a bell tower simply by charging at them at high speed.[1]
      • Superhuman Speed: Though not as fast as average speedsters, Diana possesses the ability to run and fly at an exceptional speed, surprising her opponents and attacking them within seconds.[1]
        • Superhuman Reflexes: With her ability to move at superhuman speed, Diana is capable of reacting to quick attacks such as bullets flying mid air. She was also shown to be able to deflect bullets with her gauntlets and weapons.[1]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Diana was trained at a young age by Antiope and gained knowledge as well as experience on a variety of combat skills.
      • Archery: Diana was able to accurately aim her bow and arrows at her opponents.[1]
      • Swordsmanship: Diana is proficient in handling swords, such as the God Killer.[1]
    • Omnilingualism: Diana is fluent in all languages of Earth, including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Mandarin, Chinese, Sumerian, Ancient Greek, Ottoman Turkish, Blackfoot, Latin, and Arabic.[1]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Current Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Bracelets of Submission: Since a young age, Diana has been wearing the powerful bracelets which allow her to channel the divine energy in her body.[1]
    • Wonder Woman Armor: Diana stole the armor along the Bracelets of Submission, Lasso of Hestia, shield and the God Killer, which she continued to use for years.[1]
    • Lasso of Hestia: Before leaving Themyscira with Steve Trevor, Diana stole the lasso from the armory. Over the years as Wonder Woman, she used the lasso to force her opponents to reveal the truth of certain events.[1]
    • Amazonian Shields: Over the years, Diana used two different durable shields that could withstand bullets and pierce attacks.[1]
    • Sword of Athena: Replacing the destroyed God Killer, Diana uses the Sword of Athena as of the 21st century.[5]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    • God Killer: The God Killer was thought to have been the weapon capable of killing Ares, though was destroyed by Ares and revealed that the "God Killer" was in fact Diana herself.[1]
    • Asteria's Armor: While preparing to combat Cheetah and Maxwell Lord, Diana used the legendary armor of Asteria.[3]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Picture Proof Poster
    Lights Out Mentioned
    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Tech Manual Appears
    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Appears
    Wonder Woman: I Am an Amazon Warrior Appears
    Wonder Woman: Meet the Heroes Appears
    Wonder Woman: Rise of the Warrior Appears
    Wonder Woman Appears
    Wonder Woman: The Junior Novel Appears
    Wonder Woman: The Official Movie Novelization Appears
    Etta's Mission Mentioned
    Guiding Lights Appears
    Pit Stop Appears
    Winner Drives Appears
    Justice League Appears (Non-Canon)
    Justice League VR: The Complete Experience Appears
    Aquaman Mentioned
    Shazam!: Freddy's Guide to Super Hero-ing Appears
    Shazam! Figure
    Wonder Woman 1984: The Junior Novel Appears
    Wonder Woman 1984: Destined for Greatness Appears
    Wonder Woman 1984: Meet Wonder Woman Appears
    Wonder Woman 1984: Truth, Love & Wonder Appears
    Wonder Woman 1984: Microsoft MakeCode Arcade Appears
    WW84: Museum Mayhem Appears
    Wonder Woman 1984 Appears
    Zack Snyder's Justice League Appears
    Serving Up Justice #2 Mentioned
    Serving Up Justice #3 Appears
    Serving Up Justice #4 Appears
    Murn After Reading Mentioned
    It's Cow or Never Appears
    Freaks and Heroes Drawing
    Black Adam Poster
    Shazam! Thundercrack Mentioned
    Shazam! Fury of the Gods Appears
    The Flash Appears
    The Flash: The Official Visual Companion Appears

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]

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