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->''Crime doesn't pay... It just gets really weird.''
-->--'''Wynonna Earp, U.S. Marshal -- Black Badge Division'''

Wynonna Earp is the eponymous lead of several comic book limited series. The character is a creator-owned property and was created by Beau Smith. Currently published by IDW Publishing, the character has been published in the past by Image.

Wynonna is a descendant of the famous lawman Wyatt Earp, and she's the top special agent for a special unit within the U.S. Marshals known as The Monster Squad. She battles such supernatural threats as Bobo Del Rey and his redneck, trailer-trash vampires that are pushing a new killer designer drug called "Hemo," and the Egyptian Mafia's mummy hitman, Raduk, Eater of the Dead, who's out to do in all the other crime bosses. In her subsequent adventures she finished some outstanding Earp family business while dealing with Hillbilly Gremlins, and Zombie Mailmen alongside her fellow Marshals.

Was adapted for television as ''Series/WynonnaEarp''.

!!''Wynonna Earp'' contains examples of:

* ActionGirl
* TheAlcatraz: Black Rock , the Black Badge facility designed to incarcerate paranormal criminals.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: When Wynonna deals with the zombie mailmen, she reels off a long of list federal laws they are guilty of breaking, ending with 'sending human body parts through the mail'.
* BandageBabe: When Raduk tries to mummify Wynonna.
* BeastMan: Robidoux creates these by combining human and monster DNA.
* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: ''The Yeti Wars'' is all about this. When the bad guys have a gang of evil yeti guarding their base, Wynonna and her team recruit a group of heroic bigfoots (bigfeet?) to aid them in the battle.
* BikerBabe: Wynonna rides a classic hog.
* CanonImmigrant: Agent Dolls and Doc Holliday from the TV series become major characters in the 2016 IDW series.
** Nicole Haught and Wynonna's little sister Waverly were quick to follow, in #8 and ''Legends'' #3, respectively.
* CannotTellAJoke: Waverly's attempts witty banter inevitably just come out sounding weird. Such as this exchange from ''Season Zero'':
-->'''Haught:''' Let's turn our dream into their nightmare.\\
'''Waverly:''' This ain't no circus, and we don't need no clowns.\\
'''Haught:''' Sweetie, not being judgmental, but... What the hell is that supposed to mean?\\
'''Waverly:''' It sounded so Wynonna in my head, but when it came out, it just sounded like me... I've got to get better with the kill bad people quips.
* CoolGun: The Peacemaker, Wyatt Earp's Buntline Special that can send anything it shoots to Hell.
* DeadHatShot: In ''Season Zero'', Cowboy Bob is killed by a rocket strike during the bad guy's assault on Bloody Porch. His death is indicated by his cowboy hat lying on a patch of broken ground. Doc picks the hat up and puts it on before he goes out to unleash his righteous fury on the ungodly.
* FairCop: Wynonna
* FamousAncestor: Wynonna is the great-great granddaughter of Wyatt Earp.
* FightClubbing: In #3 of the 2016 IDW series, Wynonna breaks up a paranormal fight club being run by demon/human hybrids.
* ForTheEvulz: Boone Helm admits that he commits his crimes (which usually involve a massive body count) for no reason other than to spread chaos.
* GatlingGood: When the town of Tombstone is magically transformed back to the way it had been in 1881, Valdez finds herself wielding a hand-cranked gatling gun rather than her usual {{BFG}}. She still manages to use it to great effect against the revenants (and look really badass while doing so).
* GirlsWithGuns
* GoodOlBoy: Smitty, Wynonna's partner.
* GrievousBottleyHarm: In a flashback in ''Season Zero'' #1, Wynonna jams a beer bottle into [[MoeGreeneSpecial the eye of a biker]] who is hassling her in a bar.
* TheGunslinger
* HellBentForLeather: Wynonna, especially during her original 1990s run.
* HeroStoleMyBike: In the 2016 IDW series, Wynonna 'borrows' a vintage Harley from a dealership in a mall when she decides she needs to get to Tombstone in a hurry.
* HoodHornament: In ''Season Zero'' #4, GoodOlBoy Smitty comes [[TheCavalry flying to the rescue]] in a helicopter gunship with longhorn steer horns mounted on the front
* HotScientist: Dr. Sasha Tarasov. A hot ''evil'' scientist, sure, but hot nonetheless.
* HumanResources: The Chupacabra Cartel specializes in harvesting human organs and selling them on the paranormal dark market.
* ImAHumanitarian: Boone Helm is an immortal, psycho cannibal.
* ItWorksBetterWithBullets: Robidoux does this to Sasha in ''The Yeti Wars''.
-->"After I emptied all the ammo from my 'love gun', I made sure to empty all the ammo from the gun you'd stashed."
* LandmarkingTheHiddenBase: Black Rock, the top-secret containment facility for paranormal threats, is hidden inside Mount Rushmore. In this case, Mount Rushmore was constructed specifically to hide Black Rock.
* LowClearance: In #8, a werewolf standing on the roof of the Black Badges' car gets knocked off when Dolls drives under a low-hanging road sign.
* MadScientist: Dr. Billy Joe Robidoux. To quote Wynonna, "He's a southern-fried gumbo of Dr. Josef Mengele, [[Literature/{{Frankenstein}} Dr. Frankenstein]] and runs a real-life version of ''Literature/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau''."
* MoeGreeneSpecial: In a flashback in ''Season Zero'' #1, Wynonna jams a beer bottle into the eye of a biker who is hassling her in a bar.
* MummyWrap: The mummy hitman Raduk does this to Wynonna.
* NewOldWest
* ParanormalInvestigation: The Black Badges' remit is investigating supernatural crimes.
* {{Plaguemaster}}: In #4 of the 2016 series, Wynonna and the Black Badges have to stop a scientist who has given himself the power to transmit a zombie plague through his hands.
* PopculturalOsmosisFailure: In #5 of the 2016 IDW series, Agents Dolls and Valdez come across a pair of of badly dismembered revenants on the road to Tombstone. Dolls attempts to make a joke that fails because Valdez is an ancient Mayan warrior with zero knowledge of pop culture:
-->'''Valdez:''' "It appears Earp, the Cowboy, or both have been here."\\
'''Dolls:''' "Yeah. That or a Michael Bay-improvised roadside bomb."\\
'''Valdez:''' "This 'Michael Bay', is he a revenant?"\\
'''Dolls:''' "Sigh... Probably."
* RemovingTheHeadOrDestroyingTheBrain: The best way to destroy chupacabra is to shoot them in the head.
* ScaryScarecrows: Wynonna fights a demonic wheat scarecrow in "Blood is the Harvest".
* ShootTheRope: In ''Season Zero'' #4, Dolls is strung up on the front of a vehicle by the bad guys who are using him as a bargaining chip. Haught (with a sniper rifle) and Doc (with a revolver) shoot the rope at the same time. It is not clear which one succeeds, but Dolls is cut loose.
* SinisterScythe: Wielded by the demonic wheat scarecrow in "Blood is the Harvest".
* SouthernFriedGenius: Dr. Billy Bob Robidoux is an evil version of this.
* TailorMadePrison: Black Rock is TheAlcatraz built to house paranormal criminals. Each cell is specifically designed around the inmate it holds. Immortal cannibal Boone Helm is held in restraints that shackle his arms to the ceiling and his feet to the floor, has a mask affixed over his face, and is kept in a permanently sedated state.
* TechnicallyLivingZombie: In #4 of the IDW series, Wynonna and the rest of the Black Badges have to deal with a mall full of people who have been transformed into zombies by a {{Plaguemaster}}.
* USMarshal
* WeirdWest
* XCalledTheyWantTheirYBack: Waverly attempts this when shooting a squid-creature in ''Legends'' #4. She admits that she is not very good at snappy dialogue.
-->'''Waverly:''' Hey cephalopod-face! Bic called, their supply chain wants more inventory!... Yeah, I know, but I'm not as good at the quips as you are.
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