History Characters / WonderWoman

19th Apr '16 8:57:23 PM AdamC
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* {{Expy}}: Has more than a few similarities to [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos.]]
19th Apr '16 8:43:42 PM AdamC
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%%* LadyOfWar

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%%* LadyOfWar* LadyOfWar: One of the ''original'' Ladies Of War. In Greek Myth, Athena represented the positive aspects of warfare, like courage and military strategy.


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* AnimalMotifs: While he doesn't appear often, the New 52 version of him has an Eagle motif.
7th Apr '16 4:42:48 AM bloodytears92
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* SafeSaneAndConsensual: Diana has swung totally across the spectrum on this DependingOnTheWriter. Her creator and other writers like GrantMorrison favor her explicitly being a very happy BDSM submissive, whereas other writers omit that character trait entirely. Most writers will include subtle visual references to this at least: what with bracelets and collars/chokers appearing fairly often in her costume designs.

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* SafeSaneAndConsensual: Diana has swung totally across the spectrum on this DependingOnTheWriter. Her creator and other writers like GrantMorrison favor her explicitly being a very happy BDSM submissive, whereas other writers omit that character trait entirely. Most writers Stories will include subtle visual references to this at least: what with her classic metal bracelets and collars/chokers appearing fairly often in her costume designs.
6th Apr '16 9:18:59 PM bloodytears92
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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: She's the current Wonder Woman

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: She's a princess and her people's champion.
* SafeSaneAndConsensual: Diana has swung totally across
the current Wonder Womanspectrum on this DependingOnTheWriter. Her creator and other writers like GrantMorrison favor her explicitly being a very happy BDSM submissive, whereas other writers omit that character trait entirely. Most writers will include subtle visual references to this at least: what with bracelets and collars/chokers appearing fairly often in her costume designs.



* SafeSaneAndConsensual: Diana has swung totally across the spectrum on this DependingOnTheWriter. Her creator and other writers like GrantMorrison favor her explicitly being a very happy BDSM submissive, whereas other writers omit that character trait entirely. Most writers will include subtle visual references to this at least: what with bracelets and collars/chokers appearing fairly often in her costume designs.
6th Apr '16 9:16:59 PM bloodytears92
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* SafeSaneAndConsensual: Diana has swung totally across the spectrum on this DependingOnTheWriter. Her creator and other writers like GrantMorrison favor her explicitly being a very happy BDSM submissive, whereas other writers omit that character trait entirely. Most writers will include subtle visual references to this at least: what with bracelets and collars/chokers appearing fairly often in her costume designs.
2nd Apr '16 10:32:49 PM jormis29
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Was originally black-haired like her daughter in the Golden Age, then blonde after the Silver Age reboot in the 1950's, then became black-haired again after the Crisis on Infinite Earths reboot in the 1980s, and is back to blonde again after the New 52 reboot. Was blonde in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' but dark-haired in [[WesternAnimation/WonderWoman the direct-to-video movie]].

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Was originally black-haired like her daughter in the Golden Age, then blonde after the Silver Age reboot in the 1950's, then became black-haired again after the Crisis on Infinite Earths reboot in the 1980s, and is back to blonde again after the New 52 reboot. Was blonde in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' but dark-haired in [[WesternAnimation/WonderWoman [[WesternAnimation/WonderWoman2009 the direct-to-video movie]].
1st Apr '16 1:31:36 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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* HeroicBastard: [[spoiler:In the New 52, she's the result of Hippolyta's affair with Zeus.]]



* HeroicBastard: She's Zeus' daughter in Post-Crisis continuity, and [[SemiDivine Lennox's]] daughter(himself an example of this) in the New 52.



* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler:she Diana's own corpse resurrected into genocide incarnate.]]



%%* ReallyGetsAround

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%%* ReallyGetsAroundReallyGetsAround: It wouldn't be Zeus if he didn't. The New 52 has Diana teaming up with a bunch of his illegitimate children [[spoiler:and Diana herself being one.]]
19th Mar '16 4:21:38 PM LizardOfAus
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* BoomerangBigot: The third Red Panzer had African-American ancestry. He was aware of this, and loathed himself for it.



* {{Hypocrite}}: The third Red Panzer had African-American ancestry. He was aware of this, and loathed himself for it. Then there's IV who's actually an anarchist, but wears the Red Panzer armor because VandalSavage told him to.



* StrawHypocrite: Red Panzer IV, who doesn't believe in Nazism at all.

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* StrawHypocrite: Red Panzer IV, who doesn't believe in Nazism at all.all, but wears the Red Panzer armor because VandalSavage told him to.
1st Mar '16 6:22:48 PM SarcasmKid
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* AbortedArc: It was implied at some point during ''Countdown'' she was going to find Donna's group and fight her, but the confrontation never happened.



* CaptainErsatz: It was very likely this wasn't intentional, but Dark Angel racks up a lot of comparison points with Queen Nehellenia from ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. She considers herself the dark to Donna's light and the way she says it mirrors a similar conversation Nehellenia had with Queen Serenity in the manga. Like Nehellenia sought to hurt Queen Serenity through her daughter, Dark Angel sought revenge on Hippolyta by cursing her daughter Diana. She operates out of an otherworldly dimension she has total control over like Nehellenia, and it's reached the point that she wants to make Donna suffer for no reason other than she enjoys it. What further strengthens this is that Donna is linked to the moon, and was at one point the literal goddess of the moon.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Was last seen escaping from Earth-33 in ''Countdown to Adventure'' #4.
%%* DarkActionGirl

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* CaptainErsatz: It was very likely this wasn't intentional, but Dark Angel racks up a lot of comparison points with Queen Nehellenia from ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. She considers herself the dark to Donna's light and the way she says it mirrors a similar conversation Nehellenia had with Queen Serenity in the manga. Like Nehellenia sought to hurt Queen Serenity through her daughter, Dark Angel sought revenge on Hippolyta by cursing her daughter Diana. She operates out of an otherworldly dimension she has total control over like Nehellenia, and it's reached the point that she wants to make Donna suffer for no reason other than she enjoys it.it, just as Nehellenia wants Sailor Moon to suffer. What further strengthens this is that Donna is linked to the moon, and was at one point the literal goddess of the moon.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Was last seen escaping from Earth-33 in ''Countdown to Adventure'' #4.
%%* DarkActionGirl
#4. At this point, we've no idea what her status is now that the Monitors are gone, but does manage to come back no matter what happens to her...
* DarkActionGirl: She's an insanely powerful witch capable of using advanced spells and disguises, but she's also willing to get her hands dirty and physically engage her foes.



* TheDeterminator: It's possible to incapacitate her and even kill her, but she'll always get back up for more. The only way the Titans were able to stop her second attempt on Donna's existence was by sealing her inside Nightstar's "tree house" dimension.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: She made it clear that, while she was occupying the body of Paula von Gunther and under Hitler's control, she did not share in his Nazi dogma.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: She made it clear that, while she was occupying the body of Paula von Gunther and under Hitler's control, she did not share in his Nazi dogma. Subverted as, while she has no racial beliefs personally, she'll personally engage the genocide of an entire race if ordered to do so. Just ask the Forerunners-[[ForegoneConclusion oh wait.]]



* EvilTwin: [[spoiler: To Donna Troy. She's really the Donna of a destroyed parallel Earth.]] Also to Harbinger, as she was meant to serve a similar role to the Anti-Monitor.
* ForTheEvulz: It isn't clear if what she'a doing to Donna Troy is simple revenge, because she likes screwing with her, or [[spoiler: because she's jealous that Donna is living a life she could have had if not for the Anti-Monitor kidnapping her]].

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* EvilCounterpart: She was supposed to be one to Harbinger, under the Anti-Monitor's control, but she escaped before it happened.
* EvilTwin: [[spoiler: To Donna Troy. She's really the Donna of a destroyed parallel Earth.]] Also to Harbinger, as she was meant to serve a similar role to the Anti-Monitor.
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* ForTheEvulz: It isn't clear if what she'a she's doing to Donna Troy is simple revenge, because she likes screwing with her, or [[spoiler: because she's jealous that Donna is living a life she could have had if not for the Anti-Monitor kidnapping her]].



* RetGone: In universe, she did this twice to Donna Troy. The first time, when she still believed Donna was really Diana. The second time, as revenge for killing her. However, the second time she took the opportunity to do this to every single Donna Troy in Hypertime, before doing it to the mainstream Donna. Both times the trick only worked on people currently in the main timeline.

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* RetGone: In universe, she She did this twice to Donna Troy. The first time, when she still believed Donna was really Diana. Diana and subjected her to a multitude of lives ending in tragedy. The second time, as revenge for killing her. her, she erased the memory of Donna from everyone in the DCU, but did so to every other version of Donna ''before'' the one in the main DC timelines. However, the second time she took the opportunity to do this to every single Donna Troy in Hypertime, before doing it to the mainstream Donna. Both times the trick only worked doesn't work on people currently in time travelers because it means they're outside of the main timeline.revisions when they occur.
1st Mar '16 6:08:03 PM SarcasmKid
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A psychotic witch, or a wandering, demonic spirit who's got it out for Donna Troy, Dark Angel first appeared to vex the Golden Age Wonder Woman Hippolyta after being summoned by Paula von Gunther. She returned years later to try getting revenge on Hippolyta by cursing her daughter to live an infinite amount of lives, all ending in tragedy. She snatched her daughter's doppelganger, Donna Troy by mistake. Dark Angel had now made it her life's effort to make Donna as miserable as possible, either as revenge or just for the hell of it. Last seen under the employ of the Monitors. [[spoiler: It turned out she's really the Donna Troy of Earth-7, from the Multiverse that was destroyed in ''Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. The Anti-Monitor saved her in order to make her his own harbinger, but she was too difficult to control and fled.]]

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A psychotic witch, or a witch/a wandering, demonic spirit who's got it out for Donna Troy, Dark Angel first appeared to vex the Golden Age Wonder Woman Hippolyta after being summoned by Paula von Gunther. She returned years later to try getting revenge on Hippolyta by cursing her daughter to live an infinite amount of lives, all ending in tragedy. She snatched her daughter's doppelganger, Donna Troy by mistake. Dark Angel had now made it her life's effort to make Donna as miserable as possible, either as revenge or just for the hell of it. Last seen under the employ of the Monitors. [[spoiler: It turned out she's really the Donna Troy of Earth-7, from the Multiverse that was destroyed in ''Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. The Anti-Monitor saved her in order to make her his own harbinger, but she was too difficult to control and fled.]]



%%* ArchEnemy: To Donna Troy.

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%%* * ArchEnemy: To Donna Troy.Troy. She wants nothing more than to see Donna squirm.
* CaptainErsatz: It was very likely this wasn't intentional, but Dark Angel racks up a lot of comparison points with Queen Nehellenia from ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. She considers herself the dark to Donna's light and the way she says it mirrors a similar conversation Nehellenia had with Queen Serenity in the manga. Like Nehellenia sought to hurt Queen Serenity through her daughter, Dark Angel sought revenge on Hippolyta by cursing her daughter Diana. She operates out of an otherworldly dimension she has total control over like Nehellenia, and it's reached the point that she wants to make Donna suffer for no reason other than she enjoys it. What further strengthens this is that Donna is linked to the moon, and was at one point the literal goddess of the moon.



* ForTheEvulz: It isn't clear if what she'd doing to Donna Troy is revenge or just because she likes screwing with her.
* HotWitch: She couldn't possibly pass for a WickedWitch. Although a temporal doppelganger of herself was a white haired hag.

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* ForTheEvulz: It isn't clear if what she'd she'a doing to Donna Troy is revenge or just simple revenge, because she likes screwing with her.
her, or [[spoiler: because she's jealous that Donna is living a life she could have had if not for the Anti-Monitor kidnapping her]].
* HotWitch: She couldn't possibly pass for a WickedWitch. Although a temporal doppelganger of herself was a white haired hag.
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