History Franchise / WonderWoman

3rd Dec '16 12:43:33 AM Xtifr
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The first prominent female superhero in the history of comic books, and generally considered the greatest of the superheroines, was created in the [[TheForties 1940s]]. '''Wonder Woman''' is distinguished by her indestructible bracelets, which deflect bullets, and her enchanted lasso, which compels men to tell the truth and puts animals to sleep.

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The first prominent female superhero in the history of comic books, and generally considered the greatest of the superheroines, was created in the [[TheForties 1940s]]. '''Wonder Woman''' ''Wonder Woman'' is distinguished by her indestructible bracelets, which deflect bullets, and her enchanted lasso, which compels men to tell the truth and puts animals to sleep.
1st Dec '16 2:48:57 AM jormis29
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* TookALevelInBadass: What happens when Wondy wields Thor's Mjolnir? '''[[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/12/128825/2549733-165334-36022-mjolnir_super.jpg This.]]'''

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* TookALevelInBadass: What happens when Wondy wields Thor's Mjolnir? ComicBook/{{Thor}}'s {{Mjolnir}}? '''[[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/12/128825/2549733-165334-36022-mjolnir_super.jpg This.]]'''
28th Nov '16 2:54:41 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Wonder Woman is a very beautiful Amazon (or the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) that wears outfits (either a revealing strapless leotard or bustier-hotpants combo) that emphasize her muscular (yet voluptuous) built for her great body along with her huge breasts, strong toned muscles (especially her large biceps), ripped broad shoulders, sizeable backside and long muscular legs.

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* MsFanservice: Wonder Woman is a very beautiful Amazon (or the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) that who wears outfits (either a revealing strapless leotard or bustier-hotpants combo) that emphasize her the very muscular (yet voluptuous) built that she has for her attractive great body along with her huge breasts, strong toned muscles (especially her large biceps), ripped broad shoulders, sizeable backside and long muscular legs.



* ShesGotLegs: Since Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a muscular (yet voluptuous) build for her body, She also wears outfits (particularly a leotard) that shows off her legs which (in terms of being very leggy) are usually shown to be very long and muscular.

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* ShesGotLegs: Since Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a very muscular (yet voluptuous) build for her body, She also wears outfits (particularly a leotard) that shows off her legs which (in terms of being very leggy) are usually shown to be very long and muscular.
28th Nov '16 2:44:03 PM Manny20444
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* AmazonianBeauty: She is a literal Amazon and she is definitely beautiful. Even when she's [[DependingOnTheArtist portrayed]] as possessing a very muscular yet voluptuous figure.

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* AmazonianBeauty: She is a literal Amazon and she is definitely beautiful. Even when she's [[DependingOnTheArtist portrayed]] as possessing a very muscular yet voluptuous figure.(yet voluptuous) built for her body.



* MsFanservice: She is a very beautiful amazon (or the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) that wears outfits emphasized her huge breasts, strong toned muscles, broad-shoulders, sizeable backside and long well-toned legs.

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* MsFanservice: She Wonder Woman is a very beautiful amazon Amazon (or the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) that wears outfits emphasized (either a revealing strapless leotard or bustier-hotpants combo) that emphasize her muscular (yet voluptuous) built for her great body along with her huge breasts, strong toned muscles, broad-shoulders, muscles (especially her large biceps), ripped broad shoulders, sizeable backside and long well-toned legs.muscular legs.



* ShesGotLegs: Since Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a very muscular yet voluptuous build for her body, She also wears a leotard that shows off her legs which (in terms of being very leggy) are shown to be very muscular yet voluptuous just like the rest of her body.

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* ShesGotLegs: Since Wonder Woman is usually drawn with a very muscular yet voluptuous (yet voluptuous) build for her body, She also wears outfits (particularly a leotard leotard) that shows off her legs which (in terms of being very leggy) are usually shown to be very muscular yet voluptuous just like the rest of her body.long and muscular.
23rd Nov '16 8:14:04 AM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: She is a beautiful amazon (or the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) that wears outfits emphasized her huge breasts, strong toned muscles, broad-shoulders, sizeable backside and long well-toned legs.

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* MsFanservice: She is a very beautiful amazon (or the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman) that wears outfits emphasized her huge breasts, strong toned muscles, broad-shoulders, sizeable backside and long well-toned legs.
13th Nov '16 4:42:36 PM nombretomado
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* {{Immortality}}: DependingOnTheWriter. The Lynda Carter version "remembered the Greeks and the Romans". In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', Franchise/{{Batman}} points out that she's from "a society of immortal warriors". In some comic incarnations, her immortality was lost when she left Paradise Island; in ''TheKingdom'', she loses it [[VirginPower due to pregnancy]]; in still other continuities, she is still and always immortal, and may even eventually become a goddess herself.

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* {{Immortality}}: DependingOnTheWriter. The Lynda Carter version "remembered the Greeks and the Romans". In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', Franchise/{{Batman}} points out that she's from "a society of immortal warriors". In some comic incarnations, her immortality was lost when she left Paradise Island; in ''TheKingdom'', she loses it [[VirginPower due to pregnancy]]; in still other continuities, she is still and always immortal, and may even eventually become a goddess herself.



** In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', as a last resort to stop [[spoiler:Brainilex]] from destroying the world, she threw a [[CoolPlane Javelin]] at the building he was in. [[VisualPun Like a javelin]].

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** In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', as a last resort to stop [[spoiler:Brainilex]] from destroying the world, she threw a [[CoolPlane Javelin]] at the building he was in. [[VisualPun Like a javelin]].



** As The Atom found out in ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', the lucky bastard.

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** As The Atom found out in ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', the lucky bastard.



** Wondy herself follows this trope in [[JusticeLeagueUnlimited "The Once and Future Thing"]], with her disguise in TheWildWest. Which is [[FridgeLogic odd]], since she swiped it from a ''man'', and it was still form-fitting, including in the crotch.

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** Wondy herself follows this trope in [[JusticeLeagueUnlimited [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited "The Once and Future Thing"]], with her disguise in TheWildWest. Which is [[FridgeLogic odd]], since she swiped it from a ''man'', and it was still form-fitting, including in the crotch.
28th Oct '16 12:35:07 AM HelloLamppost
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* CatchPhrase: Not so much these days, but back in the day she had "Merciful Minerva!" and the infamous "Suffering Sappho!"

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* CatchPhrase: Not so much these days, but back in the day she had "Merciful Minerva!" and the infamous "Suffering Sappho!"
28th Oct '16 12:34:39 AM HelloLamppost
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* CatchPhrase: Not so much these days, but back in the day she had "Merciful Minerva!" and the infamous "Suffering Sappho!"
28th Oct '16 12:33:02 AM HelloLamppost
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** Back in the GoldenAge, when sexist MoralGuardians accused her of being a lesbian because she was doing all these "masculine" activities, Marston delivered an amusing TakeThat by giving Wonder Woman the catch phrase, "Suffering Sappho!"



** Back in the GoldenAge, when sexist MoralGuardians accused her of being a lesbian because she was doing all these "masculine" activities, Marston delivered an amusing TakeThat by giving Wonder Woman the catch phrase, "Suffering Sappho!"
28th Oct '16 12:30:00 AM HelloLamppost
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* FatGirl: Franchise/WonderWoman's sidekick, [[MeaningfulName Etta Candy]], in the '40s. Woo woo! Etta is a notable {{aver|tedTrope}}sion for being something of an ActionGirl, not the slightest bit insecure, and frequently important to the plot; although still serving as PluckyComicRelief. Since the dawn of UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}, she's been relegated to the [[TheScrappy Scrappy Heap,]] and her rare reappearances usually either depict her as insecure [[UnfortunateImplications (since obviously a plus-sized woman cannot possibly be confident or happy),]] or else emphasize her ActionGirl status while slimming her down a fair bit. The recent ''The Legend Of Wonder Woman'' miniseries has finally returned her original personality, with some modern polish that's actually quite appealing.

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* FatGirl: Franchise/WonderWoman's sidekick, [[MeaningfulName Etta Candy]], in the '40s. Woo woo! Etta is a notable {{aver|tedTrope}}sion for being something of an ActionGirl, not the slightest bit insecure, and frequently important to the plot; although still serving as PluckyComicRelief. Since the dawn of UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}, she's been relegated to the [[TheScrappy Scrappy Heap,]] and her rare reappearances usually either depict her as insecure [[UnfortunateImplications (since obviously a plus-sized woman cannot possibly be confident or happy),]] or else emphasize her ActionGirl status while slimming her down a fair bit. The However, the recent ''The Legend Of Wonder Woman'' miniseries has finally returned her original personality, with some modern polish that's actually quite appealing.
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