Wonder Woman is a superhero from D.C. Comics who appears in comics, cartoons, and movies. You can see this superhero in the following wonder woman animated images below.
William Moulton Marston created her, and her first appearance was in All-Star Comics #8 (December 1941). It is one of the first superheroes and could be said to be the most popular in its genre.
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Marston conceived Wonder Woman as a purely feminist character, and most writers describe her that way. She is one of the few heroines who has no male counterpart.
Wonder Woman’s adventures begin on the island of Themyscira, nicknamed the Island of Paradise, where a society of Amazons led by Queen Hippolyte lives.
One day, Steve Trevor, a U.S. Army airplane pilot, crashes on the island and meets Princess Diana, a young woman with superhuman strength.
Raised by the queen as her daughter, she was created by the gods from clay to fight evil.
Diana decides to accompany Steve Trevor to the United States as an ambassador for his people. She will discover a world of men and fight crime while working as a secretary under the name Diana Prince.
At the height of Wonder Woman’s early fame, in an episode of the 1944 comic book, a newspaper editor, desperate to uncover her hidden past, assigned a team of reporters to pursue her.
With her superhuman speed, she loses them quickly. The editor collapses and is hospitalized, but the heroine takes pity on him and, dressed as a nurse, hands him a scroll.
As she reads it, the editor gets up and returns to his office: “Stop the presses! I have Wonder Woman’s story,” he shouts. But it’s not like that; she barely had her Amazon legend.
By now, we know much more: Diana Prince, the eyeglass secretary who works for U.S. military intelligence, is just a disguise. In reality, she is the princess of an island of isolated female warriors from ancient Greece.
If she came to the U.S. in her invisible plane, it was to return to a fallen officer on the island (with whom she falls in love) and fight for peace, justice, and women’s rights.
When she takes off her glasses, with her golden bracelets, she can stop the bullets, and with her magic bow, she forces her to tell the truth.