History Comicbook / WonderGirl

6th Jun '16 3:34:37 AM moloch
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Enter Donna Troy. The Comicbook/TeenTitans had received their own series with Wonder Girl still in the line-up even though her own creator, Bob Kanigher, had declared her Retgonned in ''Wonder Woman'' #158 in 1965 (although in a very tongue-in-cheek way). So what was Wonder Girl? A time-displaced Diana or another being all together? Creator/MarvWolfman and Creator/GilKane sought to answer these questions in ''Teen Titans'' #22. This new Wonder Girl was not a young Princess Diana, she wasn't even of Amazon descent! She was a baby saved from a fire by Wonder Woman who was not able to save the child's parents and not being able to find new ones for her, Diana brought the young orphan to Themyscira to be raised as an Amazon. Given the same powers as Wonder Woman by a Purple Ray crafted by her Amazonian sisters, Donna Troy becomes Wonder Girl and dons an entirely new costume composing of a red full-body (sans sleeves) leotard adorned with stars, a belt with the Wonder Woman 'W' as its crest, black boots, wore her hair down to a past-the-shoulder style, and kept her bracelets.

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Enter Donna Troy. The Comicbook/TeenTitans had received their own series with Wonder Girl still in the line-up even though her own creator, Bob Kanigher, Creator/BobKanigher, had declared her Retgonned in ''Wonder Woman'' #158 in 1965 (although in a very tongue-in-cheek way). So what was Wonder Girl? A time-displaced Diana or another being all together? Creator/MarvWolfman and Creator/GilKane sought to answer these questions in ''Teen Titans'' #22. This new Wonder Girl was not a young Princess Diana, she wasn't even of Amazon descent! She was a baby saved from a fire by Wonder Woman who was not able to save the child's parents and not being able to find new ones for her, Diana brought the young orphan to Themyscira to be raised as an Amazon. Given the same powers as Wonder Woman by a Purple Ray crafted by her Amazonian sisters, Donna Troy becomes Wonder Girl and dons an entirely new costume composing of a red full-body (sans sleeves) leotard adorned with stars, a belt with the Wonder Woman 'W' as its crest, black boots, wore her hair down to a past-the-shoulder style, and kept her bracelets.
17th May '15 11:24:06 PM Dedars1
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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]]. Meanwhile, Donna Troy is currently gone from the New 52 entirely, a victim of ChuckCunninghamSyndrome.

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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]]. Meanwhile, Donna Troy is currently gone from [[spoiler:was recently brought back in New52 as a villain who shares the New 52 entirely, a victim of ChuckCunninghamSyndrome.
same origin as Post-Crisis Wonder Woman]].
15th Oct '14 9:47:24 AM Spindriver
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Wonder Girl is a titled passed down through three characters: [[Franchise/WonderWoman Princess Diana of Themyscira/Diana Prince]], Donna Troy, and Cassandra Sandsmark.

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Wonder Girl "Wonder Girl" is a titled title passed down through three characters: characters in Franchise/TheDCU: [[Franchise/WonderWoman Princess Diana of Themyscira/Diana Prince]], Donna Troy, and Cassandra Sandsmark.
13th Jul '14 11:24:11 PM philippos42
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Enter Donna Troy. The Comicbook/TeenTitans had received their own series with Wonder Girl still in the line-up even though her own creator, Bob Haney, had declared her Retgonned in ''Wonder Woman'' #158 in 1965 (although in a very tongue-in-cheek way). So what was Wonder Girl? A time-displaced Diana or another being all together? Creator/MarvWolfman and Creator/GilKane sought to answer these questions in ''Teen Titans'' #22. This new Wonder Girl was not a young Princess Diana, she wasn't even of Amazon descent! She was a baby saved from a fire by Wonder Woman who was not able to save the child's parents and not being able to find new ones for her, Diana brought the young orphan to Themyscira to be raised as an Amazon. Given the same powers as Wonder Woman by a Purple Ray crafted by her Amazonian sisters, Donna Troy becomes Wonder Girl and dons an entirely new costume composing of a red full-body (sans sleeves) leotard adorned with stars, a belt with the Wonder Woman 'W' as its crest, black boots, wore her hair down to a past-the-shoulder style, and kept her bracelets.

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Enter Donna Troy. The Comicbook/TeenTitans had received their own series with Wonder Girl still in the line-up even though her own creator, Bob Haney, Kanigher, had declared her Retgonned in ''Wonder Woman'' #158 in 1965 (although in a very tongue-in-cheek way). So what was Wonder Girl? A time-displaced Diana or another being all together? Creator/MarvWolfman and Creator/GilKane sought to answer these questions in ''Teen Titans'' #22. This new Wonder Girl was not a young Princess Diana, she wasn't even of Amazon descent! She was a baby saved from a fire by Wonder Woman who was not able to save the child's parents and not being able to find new ones for her, Diana brought the young orphan to Themyscira to be raised as an Amazon. Given the same powers as Wonder Woman by a Purple Ray crafted by her Amazonian sisters, Donna Troy becomes Wonder Girl and dons an entirely new costume composing of a red full-body (sans sleeves) leotard adorned with stars, a belt with the Wonder Woman 'W' as its crest, black boots, wore her hair down to a past-the-shoulder style, and kept her bracelets.
9th Jun '14 8:27:28 PM GrigorII
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* Then came the Titan Seed: Donna was saved from the fire that killed her assumed parents ''not'' by Wonder Woman, but by a Titan named Rhea. She was raised among 12 orphans from all over the universe, on a planet named New Cronus by the other Titans, as "Titan Seeds" that the Titans believed would one day save them. All the orphans were given superhuman powers and names of ancient cities, Donna being dubbed "Troy." The orphans were eventually stripped of their memories and placed back into their original places in the universe to await their destinies, with Donna believing she grew up in an orphanage for the first 13 years of her life (until her memories were restored). In this version Donna has no connections to Wonder Woman or the Amazons, and simply coincidentally took on the "Wonder Girl" name and modeled her uniform after the American flag.

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* Then came the Titan Seed: ''ComicBook/WhoIsWonderGirl'': Donna was saved from the fire that killed her assumed parents ''not'' by Wonder Woman, but by a Titan named Rhea. She was raised among 12 orphans from all over the universe, on a planet named New Cronus by the other Titans, as "Titan Seeds" that the Titans believed would one day save them. All the orphans were given superhuman powers and names of ancient cities, Donna being dubbed "Troy." The orphans were eventually stripped of their memories and placed back into their original places in the universe to await their destinies, with Donna believing she grew up in an orphanage for the first 13 years of her life (until her memories were restored). In this version Donna has no connections to Wonder Woman or the Amazons, and simply coincidentally took on the "Wonder Girl" name and modeled her uniform after the American flag.
15th Apr '14 1:47:25 PM Heckfire
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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]]. Meanwhile, Donna Troy is currently gone from the New 52 entirely, a victim of ChuckCunnighamSyndrome.

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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]]. Meanwhile, Donna Troy is currently gone from the New 52 entirely, a victim of ChuckCunnighamSyndrome.
ChuckCunninghamSyndrome.
15th Apr '14 1:47:00 PM Heckfire
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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]]. Meanwhile, Donna Troy is currently RetGone from the New 52 entirely.

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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]]. Meanwhile, Donna Troy is currently RetGone gone from the New 52 entirely.
entirely, a victim of ChuckCunnighamSyndrome.
15th Apr '14 1:34:29 PM Heckfire
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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]].

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Cassie is the current Wonder Girl of DC, although as a new version. The ComicBook/{{New 52}} Cassandra is a thief with [[ArtifactOfDoom magical bracelets]] that dislikes being called Wonder Girl and wears StarSpangledSpandex created by her bracelets. She is a member of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''. In ''Teen Titans'' #19, it's revealed that her father is [[spoiler:Lennox, a supporting character and half-brother of Wonder Woman. This makes her the granddaughter of Zeus and Wonder Woman's niece]].
niece]]. Meanwhile, Donna Troy is currently RetGone from the New 52 entirely.
4th Mar '14 7:40:23 AM GrigorII
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* First came the origin given to her by the ComicBook/TeenTitans: an orphan rescued from a fire by Wonder Woman and raised by Amazons. This was expanded upon in the "Who is Donna Troy?" arc in ''New Teen Titans'', in which Donna learns the couple that died in the fire weren't her birth parents (and weren't very loving at all), and that her actual mother had died of cancer after giving her up to another couple who weren't able to keep her. It also turns out that her birth name ''is'' actually Donna (Hinckley), which she had coincidentally taken as part of her "Donna Troy" alias due to not knowing her birth name.

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* First came the origin given to her by the ComicBook/TeenTitans: an orphan rescued from a fire by Wonder Woman and raised by Amazons. This was expanded upon in the "Who is Donna Troy?" "ComicBook/WhoIsDonnaTroy" arc in ''New Teen Titans'', in which Donna learns the couple that died in the fire weren't her birth parents (and weren't very loving at all), and that her actual mother had died of cancer after giving her up to another couple who weren't able to keep her. It also turns out that her birth name ''is'' actually Donna (Hinckley), which she had coincidentally taken as part of her "Donna Troy" alias due to not knowing her birth name.
11th Feb '14 8:11:18 AM RallyBot2
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[[caption-width-right:250: All three Wonder Women from left to right: Donna Troy, Diana Prince, and Cassandra Sandsmark.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250: All three Wonder Women Girls from left to right: Donna Troy, Diana Prince, and Cassandra Sandsmark.]]
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