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Wonder Woman

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Wonder Woman was first introduced in DC Comics' All Star Comics #8 in December 1941. She was created by William Marston and Harry Peter.

What are Wonder Woman's powers?

Wonder Woman has superior strength, speed, and agility. She can fly and is trained in hand-to-hand combat. She also had the ability to talk to animals. In addition to her natural superpowers she has some great gear, too:

How did she get her powers?

Wonder Woman is an Amazon and was granted her powers by the Greek gods in particular Aphrodite who created the Amazons. It is said that much of her strength comes from her training and channeling her mental powers into physical abilities.

Who is Wonder Woman's alter ego?

Wonder Woman is Princess Diana of the Amazon island Themyscira. She is daughter of Queen Hippolyta. During World War II a US Army airplane crash landed on the island. Diana helps nurse the pilot, officer Steve Trevor, back to health and then takes on the identity of Wonder Woman when she returns with Steve to help men defeat the Axis powers.

Who are Wonder Woman's enemies?

Wonder Woman has faced a number of enemies over the years. Some of her enemies are Greek gods while others want to hurt the environment. Many of her primary enemies have been women including her arch-enemy Cheetah as well as Circe, Dr. Cyber, Giganta, and the Silver Swan. Other major enemies include the Greek god of war Ares, Dr. Psycho, Egg Fu, and Angle Man.

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