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Young Princess Diana
AKA: Diana of Paradise Island
The original Wonder Girl wasn't meant to be a new character, it was just Wonder Woman on adventures at a younger age much like the first Superboy stories were for Superman. Then someone mistook some Silver Age style casual time travel stories depicting Wonder Girl and Wonder Woman together to mean Wonder Woman had a sidekick and the rest is history.

First Appearance: (of Wonder Girl) Wonder Woman #23. (1947)
Created By: William Moulton Marston · Harry G. Peter

    Donna Troy / Wonder Girl I / Wonder Woman IV 
Wonder Girl I / Troia / Wonder Woman IV
AKA: Donna Troy
Donna as Troia

Donna Troy's past is... complicated. But basically, she's Diana's sister. She is known for being a sweet woman and a good listener, but she's faced much tragedy and a tangled past in her life. She was originally Wonder Girl of the Teen Titans, and now she forges her own path as simply Donna Troy. Comes equipped with the same bracelets as her sister, and a lasso that can override the mind of its victim provided that Donna's will is stronger than their own. She had stepped up to the plate as Wonder Woman when Diana was unavailable but is never strongly attached to that name and role.

The New 52 attempted to uncomplicate Donna's origin, but the route taken of "evil clone of Wonder Woman" was despised by fans. DC Rebirth then did away with this origin and reinstated her traditional one as the former Wonder Girl of the Teen Titans who was adopted by Hippolyta after being rescued by Wondy... only for James Robinson's run on Wonder Woman (Rebirth) to start mucking up her past by attempting to reinstate her New52 origin while contradicting Titans (Rebirth) and the memories of Wally West, who is known to have some of the most incorrupted memories in the whole 'verse. For more on just who Donna is see her Continuity Snarl page.

First Appearance: The Brave and the Bold #60. (1965) note 
Created By: Bob Haney · Bruno Premiani

  • Adaptational Villainy: In the New 52 she was created in-universe to be a replacement for Diana by Amazons who disliked their new Queen's decision to allow their Amazon brothers to live amongst them. An issue of Wonder Woman had her leading a cohort of Amazons in slaughtering many of them. DC Rebirth has revealed Donna does have a past and was not created as a blank shell, subverting this trope by implying Donna was Good All Along and subjected to mental tampering just like Diana. Likewise, with the reveal that the New 52 Amazons were fakes, it's implied by association that the Amazon men were similarly not real.
  • An Ice Person: Moreso a cold person, as Donna Troy could cause temperatures to plummet during her time as a moon goddess, and raising them back up was far harder.
  • Artificial Family Member: One version of her birth has her being a magical created clone of Diana to act as a friend. Since Amazons often refer to each other as sisters, Diana saw Donna as one as well.
  • Back from the Dead: Donna Troy died at a Superman robot's hands in Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day #3 and was reborn right before Infinite Crisis.
  • Barrier Warrior: As a Titan Seed Donna Troy could create force fields.
  • Bash Brothers: With Diana, Cassie, and in a cross-gender example, Dick Grayson.
  • Bling of War: Sported a silver suit of Greek-style armor in one arc, and has silver markings on her Troia costume.
  • Blush Sticker: For whatever reason, she has permanent blush stickers in Teen Titans: Year One.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy:
    • When the Titans of Myth revived her following her death by the rogue Superman android, they altered her memories and made her believe she was married to Coeus. While she was technically the Token Good Teammate even while brainwashed, she nearly decimated the Titans and Outsiders when they came to rescue her, even telling Starfire "X'ahl spat on your kind ages ago."
    • In Justice, Donna and the rest of second-generation heroes (the Teen Titans, Supergirl, Batgirl, the Marvel family...) were mind-controlled by the Legion of Doom.
    • Following the revision in Wonder Woman (Rebirth) that the New 52 Amazons were fakes, in Titans Donna is now mentioning her earliest memories are of when she was adopted at age seven before being found the Amazons, even saying she has a stepmother. It's implied, much like with Diana, that Donna's actions and memories during her period as Derinoe's puppet were because she was brainwashed and had her personality altered.
  • Casting a Shadow: As a moon goddess Donna could suppress light sources and even manipulate the very shadows.
  • The Chew Toy: She's doomed to suffer in her Post-Crisis incarnation.
  • Colour-Coded for Your Convenience
    • The lasso of compulsion was originally identical to the lasso of truth, only distinguished from it in how it functioned on those bound by it. It was later changed to silver and glowed blue when it powers where in affect, for scenes where Diana and Donna would each bind an individual at the same time.
    • When Donna Troy serves as Wonder Woman, as opposed to any of her other identities, she tends to wear a version of Diana's suit that is almost entirely gold(and has shoulder straps), besides the silver bracelets of course. Maybe she'll have a silver skirt too.
    • Donna has to wear a significantly different uniform from Diana, in order to differentiate them as adults (in stories where the two are physically twins anyway). During one story arc, when all three Wonder Women donned full Amazonian armor, Diana's was gold, Donna's silver, and Cassie's pink.
  • Continuity Snarl: The poster woman of this trope. Donna Troy had so many problems over the years that she got her own page. A recurring title for stories focused on her is "Who is... [insert name or codename here]", if that's any indication.
  • Cosmic Retcon: Crisis On Infinite Earths was supposed to reset the entire DC Comics multiverse, but certain books were so popular that their creative teams were "spared" this reboot and allowed to continue on like nothing happened. One of those books was Teen Titans, which caused problems when Wonder Woman was changed from a World War II veteran who had lived for thousands of years, to a naive rookie to man's world who couldn't even speak any modern languages yet. This put a Plot Hole around Donna Troy too deep to ignore, since it made Wonder Woman saving her from a fire, trying and failing to find her an adoptive family in the US and taking her back to Paradise Island, which wasn't even called that anymore, impossible.
  • Death Is Cheap: Died and came back, much like half the heroes out there.
  • Deflector Shields: Her Dark Star exomantel came with a personal force field that enhanced Donna's durability.
  • Depending on the Artist: Her hair has a nominally set appearance for each era of her life, but some artists stray from the norm:
    • Her bangs as Wonder Girl were originally fairly consistent blunt bangs, but artists doing flashbacks to this period tend to give her side bangs or a point cut fringe.
    • She also usually parts her hair on the left, but not all artists are consistent with this depiction.
    • The starfield of her suit sometimes continues into her hair, and sometimes does not.
  • Depending on the Writer: Whether or not Donna Troy is as strong/fast as Diana by default or needs an extra boost from the Titans Of Myth or Dark Star equipment to equal Diana varies by writer. The official statements from DC tend to paint them as equals regardless, but there are more than a few comics where Donna is shown up or otherwise fails to perform as well as her adoptive or mirror sister without the extra gifts.
  • Determinator: Which is really bad news for anybody caught in her lasso. Chances are guys, that Donna's will is stronger than yours. Mainly because of all the horrors she has endured in her tenure.
  • Energy Weapon: The main weapons of the Dark Star Exomantle were wrist mounted "maser systems". Donna also had a Shoulder Cannon if that proved insufficient.
  • Flying Brick: Like Wonder Woman, though not as consistently. She started out only able to glide in the Silver Age, Post Crisis and Rebirth continuities, while New 52 Donna couldn't fly at all.
  • Friendly Address Privileges: She takes offense to Chaos identifying her as "Troia" and "Dark Star", telling him "It's Donna to you!"
  • God Of Human Origin: She was resurrected by The Titans of Myth to fill in for Phoebe as moon goddess. She was also turned into a goddess of goddess in New 52 by Zeus, who healed her by turning Donna into a Fate.
  • Hand Blast: Donna Troy's most consistent use of her Titan Seed photon powers was shooting light from her hands. As a Dark Star she had the technological variant.
  • The Heart: Of the Teen Titans, especially in the first incarnation.
  • Hypocritical Heartwarming
    • During Trial of the Amazons she snaps at Diana for treating her "like an outsider" when Diana wants to put every amazon in the lasso of truth to find out who killed Hyppolyta. However Donna accepts the outsider Bana-Mighdall's offer to be their champion in the upcoming Contest, in an effort to bring equality to Themyscira and the "outcast" tribe.
    • During the contest she snaps at Diana again for trying to "coddle" her after a fall, insisting that Diana treat her like an opponent. However, Donna is the only competitor who has to be convinced to leave Diana behind after Diana holds up a collapsing cavern so the others can get out.
  • Iconic Item: Her small silver bullet-deflecting bracelets and silver lasso.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: The reason she cannot seem to stay normal. Even when she gave up her powers to be with her husband and son, she found being a regular human to be intolerable and sought out any way to return to superheroism, even becoming neglectful to her family by joining the Darkstars and going into space.
  • Light 'em Up: One of her Titan Seed powers was the ability to generate and manipulate photons.
  • Like Brother and Sister: She and Dick Grayson are often written this way. Given that he's the DCU Chick Magnet and she looks like Wonder Woman this is somewhat surprising, but he really prefers redheads.
  • Made of Indestructium: Her bracelets and lasso.
  • Mind over Manners: Enforced. One of her privelages as a Titan Seed was the ability to see into other people's memories, but this only worked if the subject didn't resist Donna Troy. Combined with her light powers she could create three dimensial projections of these memories for the masses to see, which meant those who might be willing to share with Donna might not trust her with other people present.
  • Most Common Super Power: While often not as buxom as Diana, she's still drawn with a lot of cleavage.
  • Ms. Fanservice: During her time with Titans, she often ran around in bikinis. In the mid-2000s, her outfit also developed a plunging neckline.
  • My Suit Is Also Super: The starfields in Donna Troy's Titan Seed outfits aren't just fancy designs but pieces of firmanent that allow Donna to navigate the cosmos when in outerspace. These are the only gifts Troy has consistently kept from the Titans of Myth and she frequently weaves them into her new outfits, adding one to her "New 52" suit after her memories were restored in "DC Rebirth".
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: In the post crisis she was mostly immune to harm, but learned too late that lasers can hurt her. For the most part, Donna tends to be as tough as Diana, however tough that may happen to be at the moment.
  • Not Quite Flight: In the silver age Donna Troy could glide on air currents, just like Diana. A consequence of Teen Titans being spared the Crisis On Infinite Earths Cosmic Retcon was that Post Crisis, Donna was still limited to guiding on air currents while Diana was revamped with actual flight. Donna did get actual flight with the added boost of becoming a titan seed, during her stint as a moon goddess and wearing the Dark Star exomantel, but none of that lasted. In the DC Rebirth continuity, Donna started off limited to gliding but figured out how to fly while brainwashed by The Batman Who Laughs.
  • Parental Neglect: All things considered, Donna was shown to be considerably neglectful to her husband Terry Long and their son and step-daughter in favor of superheroism to the point where she turned Terry's farm into a summer camp for the Teen Titans without her husband's permission, with him deconstructing her Team Mom status by declaring she was a better mother to the Titans than she was to her own son. It escalated to the point her husband filed for divorce and was the defining cause for her family's eventual death because she was traveling in space with Kyle Rayner. Her awful mothering skills were mentioned again later in various stories as "Reason You Suck" Speech points.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Dick Grayson (Robin I/Nightwing/Batman III). Considering she gets away with greeting ''Batman'' with a brofist, may also count as One of the Boys.
  • Plot Hole: In 1961 Wonder Girl was suddenly acting like and being addressed as a different person from Wonder Woman entirely. The establishment of Donna Troy closed this plot hole, but after Crisis on Infinite Earths DC editorial let another plot hole open with Wonder Girl and Wonder Woman being complete strangers with the same equipment limited to an exclusive club.
  • The Pollyanna: Nothing can seem to dent Donna's optimism. Though it's implied that she is actually a Stepford Smiler because of the various traumas she has been through to the point she can become brutally vicious and morose when pushed far enough.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She's the first Wonder Girl (now Troia). Initially she was the adopted daughter of the Amazon's queen, making her functionally a princess, though she had no interest in the throne and returned to "Man's World" to become a photographer.
  • Sibling Team: With Diana. When they are siblings.
  • Sidekick Graduations Stick: Whether as Troia, Wonder Woman IV, or plain old Donna Troy, Donna's been a superheroine in her own right for years.
  • Star-Spangled Spandex: One of the few constants among Donna's costumes is that she will have stars on it somewhere. Post Titan Seed she'll usually have a star field onit somewhere.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Given that she's built exactly like her sister, this isn't surprising. Versions of Donna that aren't twins of Diana tend to be about three inches shorter(imperial 5'9 if Diana is 6 even, etc.), which still tends to be well above the average woman's height.
  • Successful Sibling Syndrome: In Whatever Happened To The Warrior Of Truth it is revealed Donna Troy has dreams of talking to Diana, where she confessing that she feels inadequate, that she how thinks everything seems to come so easy to Diana while Donna feels she works twice as hard for half the results. Unbeknownst to Donna a commatose Diana is being forced to experience the dreams of her troubled friends and rivals until she can make them feel better, has long caught on to it and knew just how to encourage Donna if Donna's dreams happened to be among those she was required to inhabit.
  • Super-Reflexes: Like her sister she can deflect machine gun fire with only her bracelets.
  • Super-Speed: Much faster than normal humans.
  • Super-Strength: One of the strongest heroines around, in the same category as Diana, Supergirl, and Power Girl.
  • Team Mom: For the Titans, growing more mom-like with each generation of the team that she mentors. It's even lampshaded a few times to the point of deconstruction when Donna angrily berates her team on how being the one who is constantly asked for counsel like a parent by her teammates is unbearably stressful since she has her own problems to resolve.
  • Token Flyer: Token glider, but Donna was functionally this to the original four Titans. She lost this role as the team expanded and more flyers were added.
  • Warrior Princess: As Diana's little sister, Donna's also a Princess of Themyscira, and follows in her big sister's footsteps when it comes to asskicking.

New 52 Continuity:

  • Adaptational Backstory Change: The New 52 version of Donna Troy was never Wonder Girl and was created as a murderous misandrist to lead the Amazons in slaughtering their male offspring. This change was undone in Wonder Woman (Rebirth) and Titans (Rebirth) where it's revealed her mind was tampered with and her past as Wonder Girl did really occur.
  • Adaptational Villainy: The New 52 version of Donna Troy was created as a murderous misandrist to lead the Amazons in slaughtering their male offspring and was a Wonder Woman villain rather than her sister and ally.
  • Beauty Equals Goodness: In DC Rebirth Donna Troy is the only one of the three Wonder Woman counterparts Warmaster recruits who reforms from her murderous ways, and the only one without any outwardly inhuman traits.
  • Born as an Adult: This version of Donna was never a child and was created as an adult. Then the Teen Titans being founded by a group including a younger version of Donna as Wonder Girl was confirmed, even though it contradicted her new backstory and DC Rebirth clung to it, revealing her New 52 origin as an entirely false fabrication and confirming she was an orphan raised by the Amazons. Robinson then tried to claim her New 52 origin was true and her childhood was falsely implanted memories despite it contradicting canon and the memories of Wally West, whose memory the Amazons simply could not have tampered with. As Robinson shoehorning in bits of the New 52 was not well received this is generally ignored.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Following the revision in Wonder Woman (Rebirth) that the New 52 Amazons were fakes, in Titans Donna is now mentioning her earliest memories are of when she was adopted at age seven before being found the Amazons, even saying she has a stepmother. It's implied, much like with Diana, that Donna's actions and memories during her period as Derinoe's puppet were because she was brainwashed and had her personality altered.
  • Defeat Means Respect: After a brief relapse into raging homicidal misandry, Donna Troy not only forgives Nikos Aegeus for nearly killing Donna while he was trying to save Diana from her, but even makes friends with his Winged Horse Discordia, who becomes fiercely loyal to Donna.
  • Divine Intervention: Reforming Donna Troy is ultimately beyond Diana. She comes really close but ultimately Zeus himself has to step in to save Donna's life and set her right.
  • Informed Attribute: She's supposed to be an exact copy of Diana, but is ofen drawn with a different face and is sometimes a little shorter.
  • Legion of Doom: In DC Rebirth Paula Von Gunther recruits Donna Troy to serve alongside Devastation, Genocide and Armageddon II as her "Four Horsewomen" in Paula's mission to destroy Themyscira in revenge for an ancient slaughter the Amazons lead against the Valkyries. Donna is not amused and refuses them entry to the island but Genocide forces her way in anyway, leading to Donna helping Diana subdue Genocide.
  • Pulling Themselves Together: Donna takes "made of clay" a lot more literally than Diana did in pervious continuities. As long as her vital organs are preserved and she's well hydrated Donna can piece herself back together, however this does allow Diana to put quite a hurting on her without fear of Donna dying.
  • Redemption Rejection: By the time Diana had defeated Donna, Diana had seen several criminals reform and decided killing should not be a first resort. Unfortunately telling Donna what she did was wrong turned Donna into a Death Seeker who had to be imprisoned for her own safety. Even after Donna gets out of her cell and tries to live a law abiding life, the first criminal she decides to spare winds up killing Donna's first civilian friend, causing Donna to not only become murderous again but also blame Diana for everything and beat her up out of frustration. All the same, Diana DOES succeed in giving Donna stronger senses of empathy and morality. She just fails at making Donna a functional member of society.
  • Shadow Archetype: To the New 52 Nikos Aegeus, another super powered problem "child" to the long lived Diana, whom Diana spares the life in belief he can be reformed. While attempting to reform Donna causes her to want to kill herself it's his own sense of self preservation that helps make Nikos's redemption possible. While Donna is quicker to see the truth in Diana's words than Nikos is, she also has a much harder time sticking to them than he does once he sees the error of his ways, and while Nikos was resentful of Diana before reforming, Donnna becomes more so after trying and failing. This leads to Nikos almost killing Donna while trying to protect Diana from her, almost causing Diana to lose her patience.
  • Smite Me, O Mighty Smiter: After being sprung from prison Donna Troy tracks down The Fates and demands that they cut her thread. The Crossover Cosmology of the DCU betrays her, as too much outside of their sphere of influence went into Donna Troy's creation, leaving her with no "thread" to cut.
  • Variant Power Copying: While Diana owes her wonderful powers to her parentage in the New 52 continuity, the amazons who created Donna Troy tried to duplicate them with magic spells and invocations. They did a decent job, but couldn't duplicate Diana's ability to fly.
  • Winds of Destiny, Change!: After "Zeek" saves her life by turning her into a Fate, Donna Troy uses her new found gifts to restore Zeus to adulthood and restore immortality to the Greek Pantheon. This saves Diana, who is being killed by her own War God powers, but has the side affect of bringing Ares back to life.

    Cassandra Sandsmark / Wonder Girl II 
AKA: Cassandra Sandsmark
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Cassie Sandsmark was the president of the Wonder Woman fan club in Gateway City. When she actually met Wonder Woman, she was so enthusiastic that she took artifacts from her mother's museum to help Wonder Woman fight. Impressed with her bravery, the Gods granted her powers of her own. Cassie became the leader of Young Justice and the Teen Titans and she eventually discovered that Zeus was her father.

Her New 52 incarnation is the daughter of Wonder Woman's half-brother Lennox, and derives her powers from an ancient armor named the 'Silent Armor' related to the demon Trigon. This character's provenance is called into question in Wonder Woman (Rebirth) by the revelation that the Olympians of the New 52 were fakes and implanted memories designed to hide the real Themyscira.

For her Earth One counterpart see Teen Titans: Earth One.

First Appearance: Wonder Woman Vol 2 #105. (1996)
Created By: John Byrne

  • Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder: (Pre-Flashpoint) After Superboy's death in Infinite Crisis, Cassie kissed Tim Drake (both of their significant others had just died as Spoiler had been murdered as well), though Cassie broke away and ran from the room crying. Then Superboy comes back from the dead. The pair are sure that he's going to be angry at them, but he's cool with it—hey, it's not like they knew his death was temporary.
  • Accuser of the Brethren: Cassandra has a very antagonistic relationship with Rose Wilson/Ravager. Cassandra was also the one to think the worst of Rose Wilson, believe that she does not belong on the team and at times fight with her. Even when it looks like she is making peace with Rose, she reveals that she still dislikes her and considers her a one-eyed sociopath, stating that she is a murderer who is homicidal and warped beyond words and that she both cannot be helped and does not want to be helped.
  • Action Heroine: When at her best. Later writers have waffled between this and putting her as a Faux Action Girl.
  • Ascended Fangirl: The president of the Wonder Woman fanclub in Gateway City.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Rose and Cassie can generally work together during missions, despite their constant bickering.
    • When Bombshell accuses Rose of being a traitor and Rose runs off furious ready to leave the team, Cassie defends her.
    • After the Terror Titans destroyed a part of Titans Tower seemingly killing Rose, there was a panel where Cassie looked saddened at the thought that Rose may have died.
    • During DC Special: Cyborg #5, while fighting clones of Wildebeest and Equus, Rose and Cassie share a mutual moment of respect.
  • Bash Brothers: With Donna and Diana. Whatever Happened To The Warrior Of Truth reveals Cassie fantasises about helping Diana beatup Darkseid. Cassie's "brilliant" plan turns out to be throw Diana at Darkseid but Diana plays along since she's being stranded in other people's dreams until they feel better.
  • Big Sister Instinct: She Invokes this at Bart Allens funeral (Don’t worry, he gets better) when she says he was like a brother to her and that she intends to make whoever killed him suffer.
  • Bling of War: Sported a pinkish (possibly copper) suit of bejeweled armor at one point, in contrast to Diana's gold one and Donna's silver one.
  • Boyish Short Hair: She starts out with close cropped hair which she keeps hidden under a black wig, eventually she grows it out long enough to put into short twintails and then she just keeps letting it get longer.
  • Break Out the Museum Piece: In her first appearance she does this in order to use the magical properties of said pieces.
  • The Captain: To the Teen Titans after Robin made the decision to leave the team for an undetermined length of time in the wake of Batman's death, leaving Cassie with the task of assembling and leading a new team.
  • Chickification: Mostly due to Geoff Johns's influence in Teen Titans, where she went from a smart, cool nerd to a bland, moody prom-queen.
  • Chest Insignia: Wonder Woman's double W usually, though at one point it was a heavily stylized eagle on a tank very similar to what Donna wore as Wonder Girl.
  • Civvie Spandex:
  • Clark Kenting: Originally Cassie had the ingenuity to wear a black wig and goggles, though even then her costume was mainly thrown together from what was already in her closet. She ditched them after a situation where she had to chose between maintaining disguise and saving the day. In the version of Teen Titans starting in 2003, she does not have a secret identity, which caused problems finding a school that would take her.
  • Depending on the Artist:
    • In her initial appearances, she was depicted as a scrawny kid in a frumpy and unflattering costume, in order to emphasize her youth and her dorky personality. In her Teen Titans days, however, both pre- and post-Flashpoint, some artists gave her a lot more cleavage and lower necklines than others. Post-Flashpont, there was even a tendency to make her breasts bigger than her head and so perfectly round they looked more like implants than natural breasts. To say that this change was controversial would be putting it mildly.
      • This was at least partly justified in one of the comics shortly before Infinite Crisis, when she remembers how she looked at the beginning of her hero career, and how she looks now only a few years later, the implication being that puberty and a few years of growing up were very kind to her. Being the daughter of Zeus, and thus part-god, probably doesn't hurt either.
    • Her leather jacket in Rebirth has been drawn with the =W= warping around the shoulders and with the sleeves left plain.
  • Depower: Her powers are actually hers by birth, she was sealed to functionally be a normal human child growing up.
  • Divine Parentage: She's the daughter of a human woman and Zeus.
  • Dysfunctional Family: With Zeus for a father and a mother who disapproves of your superhero career, it's understandable.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Despite her dislike of Rose Wilson, when Bombshell accuses Rose of being a traitor, working for Deathstroke, Cassandra defends her, believing after everything her father did to her, Rose would never work for him again.
    • When Rose seemingly dies after an attack of the Terror Titans on Titans Tower, Cassie is visibly saddened admitting that despite everything, Rose didn't deserve to die.
  • Flight: In her first appearance she uses the Sandals of Hermes to achieve it but she is later granted flight of her own for her courage.
  • Flying Brick: A nigh-invulnerable flyer like Wonder Woman.
  • Give Him a Normal Life: Her mother wanted her to have a normal life and Zeus sealed her inherent powers at birth so Cassie could live as a regular human. Cassie obviously was entirely uninterested in a normal life by the time she entered high school, and was quite upset with everyone for lying to her when she learned her father's identity.
  • God Couple: Cassandra Sandsmark and Conner Kent (Superboy) are each other's main love interest and two of the most powerful heroes in The DCU.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: She started out wearing goggles and a wig in an effort to protect her identity but kept wearing goggles even after she ditched the wig and was wearing the goggles up on her hair like a headband.
  • Headbutting Heroes: With Ravager on the Teen Titans, complete with Teeth-Clenched Teamwork.
  • Heroic BSoD: After the death of Superboy and the loss of her powers. She has distanced herself from her mother and her teammates, letting her grief and the influence of Ares make her bitter and more violent.
    • During 52 she also becomes involved in an online cult heavily influenced by Kryptonian culture with the goal of resurrecting Superboy. Elongated Man grows suspicious and with the help of other superheroes, disrupts the ceremony, destroying the Kryptonite which was essential to the process.
  • Heroic Bastard: She's Zeus' daughter in Post-Crisis continuity and Lennox's daughter (himself an example of this) in the New 52.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Cissie King-Jones (Arrowette) in the original Young Justice comics.
  • Hot-Blooded: Ebbs and flows with her, but particularly after Conner died and in New 52 she tended be the most passionate member of the Teen Titans.
  • Hypocrite: Her constant bickering with Rose Wilson was the result of Rose betraying the Titans after her father Deathstroke drugged Rose into an Ax-Crazy Daddy's Girl. No matter what Rose did, Cassie was not willing to give her a second chance. Meanwhile, when Bombshell, a former Titan who freely chose to betray and subsequently attempted to kill the Titans, asked to be let back on the team, she gets a second chance from Wonder Girl and the other Titans. As Rose points out, it's telling that she let someone who betrayed the Titans out of their own free will back on the team, something even Bombshell acknowledges, while denying her, who only betrayed the team due to her free will being taked away, a second chance, too.
    • She also supported Wonder Woman with no reservations after she killed the villain Maxwell Lord while at the same time continuing to condemn Rose for her Blood Knight-tendecies towards some villains. Rose actually called her out for this.
  • Iconic Item: Her goggles and the silver vambraces with inlaid red stars Donna Troy gifted to her.
  • Jumped at the Call: She really wanted to be a superhero despite seeming to be a normal girl, and dove into the lifestyle headfirst at the first opportunity. Even when she's trying to cut back on the super heroics for her mom's sake she's always eager to help anyone she can.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": In DC Rebirth she gets into a fight on the streets of Sau Paulo, at first being annoyed at unprovoked sucker punch from a stranger, until she realizes she's fighting Artemis and becomes eager to learn her moves.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: In her earliest appearances, DC representatives even described her as horse faced. Courtney Whitmore made fun of her ugly costume.
  • The Leader: She is the second official leader of Young Justice after Robin stepped down.
  • Legacy Character: The second Wonder Girl after Donna Troy. However, in the New 52 universe, she is the first.
  • Morality Pet: For her brothers Ares and Hercules. Though with Ares it's debatable whether he has any REAL affection for her or if he just sees her as someone incredibly powerful that he can use. As for Hercules, he implied the only reason he calmed himself around was that he wanted to have her as a sexual mate despite being her half-brother, even outright saying they should both repopulate Olympus after the Gods had disappeared.
  • Most Common Super Power: When she first debuted, Cassie firmly subverted this trope. Not only was she naturally scrawny, but she declined Arrowette's offer to loan her a padded bra, stating that she believed a superheroine should have an IQ bigger than her bustline. But over the years, she became Progressively Prettier, to the point where she was eventually portrayed as having huge breasts for her age. Whether this was a logical development or a bastardization of the character fuels many debates among the Broken Base.
    • As of Young Justice (2019), however, she is back to being depicted with a less sexualized figure, signifying that her time with this trope could be over.
  • Must Not Die a Virgin: She and Conner Kent had Their First Time in an effort to avert this, during Infinite Crisis. Given what was going on at the time, pretty understandable.
  • My Sister Is Off-Limits: Falling under the "extended family" (Cassie is Diana's great aunt) category, Wonder Woman does not approve of Conner's relationship with Cassie. Demonstrated by the time the latter two were kissing in midair and Wonder Woman grabbed Superboy by the collar and flung him into a mountain range.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Being a demigoddess has its advantages.
  • Official Couple: With Conner Kent aka Superboy II before he died. After his resurrection they have decided to put their feelings on hold to allow Cassandra to better lead the Teen Titans, after Red Robin joined the team, however, she relinquished control of the Titans and still has not rekindled her relationship.
  • One-Steve Limit: The second Batgirl is also called Cassandra. Usually Cassandra Sandsmark is known as "Cassie" and Cassandra Cain is "Cass", but sometimes members of the Batfamily will also call Cassandra Cain "Cassie". This is only really confusing when Tim does it, as he is close to both girls and, if the context is unclear, could be referring to either of them.
  • Overnight Age-Up: During the ''Sins Of Youth Arc" Cassie is involuntarily turned into an adult, technically becoming "Wonder Woman", even wearing Donna and Diana's old costumes she previously refused to touch out of fear of ruining them, just because she suddenly found herself in need of something that fit.
  • Painted-On Pants: Starts wearing these as she gets older.
  • Plucky Girl: When she was first introduced. Since the Young Justice was disbanded she's wavered between emotionally unstable Alpha Bitch and merely bland. In DC Rebirth she's usually goofy, cheerful or both, slow to fall into any other emotion and while these emotional outbursts can be quite powerful Cassie's quick to snap right back to cheerful or jovial.
  • Power Incontinence: When Cassie is upset for long periods it sometimes electrical storms, but she has no control over this and does not gain a method for channeling her Shock and Awe powers for quite some time.
  • Practically Different Generations: As a consequence of her father being Zeus, many Greek gods are her half-siblings despite being millennia older than her. She's also Wonder Woman's great aunt, despite being much younger and being treated more like a niece.
  • Psycho Electro: She is only able to tap into her electrical powers consistently when she's absolutely furious, and the item she originally used to channel them was warping her personality to make her more cruel.
  • Red Is Heroic: Most of her costumes use red. While the first two were primarily black even her the first costume is depicted with red shorts by some artists.
  • The Runt at the End: With the introduction of Yara Flor Sandsmark is no longer the last Wonder Girl but she's still 5'3, an inch below average height in the US while every other Wonder Girl is far taller, and somehow manages to be the most modest and tackiest dresser among them at the same time.
  • Shock and Awe: Her lasso can electrocute those it ties up. This because, unlike Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth, Cassie's is a weapon which channels Zeus' lightning in response to her rage. Without it an angry Cassie will cause electrical storms she cannot control.
  • Sidekick: She acts as one to Wonder Woman when one is needed, otherwise she tends to be busy with her own things as she ended up leading her own team not too long after her introduction.
  • Stereotypical Nerd: Cassie started out fairly nerdy—not spending any time concerned about her appearance and clothing, being very interested in history and feeling awkward in most social situations—but she grew out of this characterization.
  • Super-Reflexes: Helped by her Super-Speed, Cassie is able to react to and deflect bullets with great comfort.
  • Super-Speed: Demigod. The extent of her speed is unknown but decidedly fast.
  • Super-Strength: Part of the demigod child of Zeus power pack. Her Olympian flesh and bone is about one and a half times as dense as similar human tissue, contributing to the Olympians' superhuman strength and weight
  • Tank-Top Tomboy: After Superboy's death, she adopted a WW-themed tank top with jeans similar to what she had worn as leader of Young Justice but without the jacket she wore then and with plainer jeans.
  • Tomboy: She started out as one, a dorky mythology buff who made zero attempts to appear feminine and kept her hair really short.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Post-Graduation Day, she was a lot more rude and abrasive. This got worse after Conner's death, when a lot of her role in Teen Titans was just being angry at everyone, justified or not.
  • True Companions: With the others who made up the rest of the first six members of Young Justice, but especially the rest of the "Core Four"; Kon, Tim and Bart.
  • Tsundere: Mostly in Sean McKeever's Teen Titans run.
  • The Unchosen One: When she first debuted. Unlike Donna or Diana, there was nothing inherently special about Cassie: she just really liked Wonder Woman, and was bold enough to track down Zeus and ask him for superpowers. This was retconned after a few years, however (much to the annoyance of her creator, John Byrne).
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: Prior to Flashpoint Cassie's costume changed frequently, originally with only her leather jacket and goggles staying constant but the Teen Titans writers jettisoned those iconic parts of her uniform:
    • 1st costume: modified black WW shirt with a G superimposed over the =W= paired with goggles, bicycle shorts, gloves, sneakers, and either a denim vest or a leather jacket. (plus a Gauntlet of Atlas and Sandals of Hermes in her first outing)
    • 2nd costume: Jeans with white stars scattered on the hips and at the ankles paired with a black WW crop top, goggles, gloves, sneakers, a leather jacket, and vambraces. (jacket optional)
    • 3rd costume: Red jeans with white stars scattered on the hips paired with a black =W= crop top with spaghetti straps or black =W= t-shirt with a superimposed G, goggles, sneakers, a necklace which says "girl" and vambraces.
    • 4th costume: Red jeans with white stars down the outer seam (or scattered on hips) paired with a black high neck sleeveless WW top, goggles, boots and vambraces.
    • 5th costume: (Teen Titan) Red jeans with 2/3 white stars in a line down the hips paired with a short sleeve red WW crop top with a metal W, boots, a lasso and vambraces.
    • 6th costume: Jeans with a star on each hip paired with a red tank with a stylized eagle and constantly descending neckline, boots, a =W= belt, red star earrings, a lasso and vambraces.
    • 7th costume: Armor gifted to her by her half-brother Hercules with red star earrings, a lasso and vambraces. (the first thing on this list which isn't Civvie Spandex).
    • 8th costume: Her own version of Diana's armor in what appears to be copper or bronze with a lasso and vambraces.(not Civvie Spandex).
    • 9th costume: Plain blue jeans paired with a red three quarter length sweater with a metallic =W= across the chest which has its bands somehow wrapping around her upper arm without restraining movement which is possibly a Magical Accessory gift from her father, boots, an eagle belt, red star earrings, a lasso and (eventually) vambraces.
  • Unreliable Narrator: During Trial Of The Amazons she claims to be conducting her investigation of Hyppolyta's murder as delicately as possible in the thought box while the panel itself shows her screaming and slamming a table. Her recap of events also make Nubia more sarcastic and Faruka more childish than they actually are.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Some of her verbal punches against Rose are below the metaphorical waistline such as when she mocks Rose for gouging out her own eye while under Deathstroke's control.
  • Weak Sauce Weakness: In post crisis continuity, her weakness is that she can have all of her powers taken away on command by her mother. Regardless of continuity Cassandra consistently doesn't have whatever Wonder Woman's weakness might be, having some completely different drawback. Before becoming "goddess of truth" Wonder Woman was initially vulnerable to piercing and cutting attacks, but Cassie was never particularly bothered by them, for example.
  • Weather Manipulation: When Cassie was upset in Wonder Girl Vol 1 thundering clouds rain clouds would start to build, though she's usually limited to just lightning and electric attacks inherited through her father Zeus, and she can't control it beyond using the lasso to suppress it, or shock someone.
  • You Fight Like a Cow: In DC Rebirth she gets sucker punched by Artemis in their first meeting on assignment to Sao Paulo due to a genuine misunderstanding, but continues to be attacked by Artemis because she won't shut up even while Artemis uses a forearm to compress Cassies windpipe. More assasins from Themyscira, unaware of who Cassie is or that she was sent to aid them, try to evict both from the country for "bringing shame to our kind".
New 52 Continuity:
  • Amazonian Beauty: Cassie has an extremely muscular build with gigantic biceps, toned legs, and a voluptuous bust. Nevertheless, she has no problem picking up a variety of admirers ranging from Tim Drake to Conner Kent.
  • Animal Lover: Despite her tough, short-tempered personality, Cassie is noticeably fond of animals as she rescued a dinosaur ensnared in a trap in Teen Titans #10, and saved a deer from being shot by a hunter in Teen Titans #17.
  • Composite Character: This version of Cassie's Wonder Girl uniform borrows heavily from Donna Troy's pre-Flashpoint aesthetic; Donna wore a red jumpsuit, metal on both her upper and lower arms before Cassie did, and the starry field fabric, all before Cassie did, but Cassie's the first to style all three at once.
  • Darker and Edgier: In this continuity, Cassie is a disrespectful thief who is powered by an Artifact of Doom and who ran away from her mother after nearly ruining her mother's career.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Cassie isn't the most amiable individual and it takes time to gain her trust, but she has a good heart and is always willing to do the right thing and help others.
  • Most Common Superpower: Cassie's breasts were generally drawn at least as big as her head, and were infamously drawn like implants rather than natural breasts by Kenneth Rocafort.
  • Promoted to Love Interest: She and Tim had something bordering a romantic relationship in the pre-Flashpoint continuity, but nothing really came of it (they kissed and then Cassie ran off crying) and it was essentially two grieving friends trying to find solace after the deaths of their respective significant others and friends (Kon-El and Stephanie Brown). In this continuity, they start dating after deciding they liked it when Trigon used Tim to rape Cassie.
  • Rape by Proxy: In the New 52, the demon Trigon takes control of Tim Drake (Robin) and uses the opportunity to seduce both her and Solstice into sex. All three parties are shocked when this is discovered, but all agreed that they enjoyed it. Tim and Wonder Girl later begin a relationship proper due to lingering passions from the night they shared together.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Technically Cassie was already related to Diana pre-Flashpoint, since Zeus is Cassie's father and Diana's great-grandfather as Ares is her mother's father, but writers often forget Ares' familial relationship to Diana. In the New 52 Diana is Cassie's aunt since Diana is Zeus's daughter (the writers again forgetting that Zeus is her mother's grandfather) and Cassie's father is now one of Zeus's other illegitimate children. Since that version of Zeus and his offspring were later proven to be false memories, it seemed Cassie and Diana were back to their original family relation, until James Robinson decided to claim Zeus was still Diana's father despite it now contradicting canon. Cassie alternates between calling Zeus "grand father" and "pop pop" in Rebirt, but in the Wonder Girl title it still seems she is his granddaughter.
  • The Runaway: She ran away to become a thief full time after her criminal activities ruined her mother's reputation as an archeologist when Cassie destroyed a temple trying to steal artifacts from it with her boyfriend.
  • Sensual Spandex: Her costume is skin tight, low-cut, and strapless, revealing a disturbing amount of cleavage intended to tantalize the reader for a high school aged character.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Cassie's normally a very brash, hotheaded young woman who's prone to violence and sarcastic comments. However, she does have moments of kindness, mainly towards innocent animals and her friends, particularly Tim. In Teen Titans #10, despite her tough, overconfident nature, Cassie gently comforts Tim after Danny the Street sacrifices himself to save the Teen Titans.
  • Undying Loyalty: While initially starting out as a more self-interested character, Cassie slowly starts to become quite loyal, supportive, and fiercely protective of Tim Drake. In Teen Titans #8, Cassie refuses to leave Tim in the clutches of Omen and attempts to break him out of the air chamber he's trapped in without a second thought. Even with the possibility of her perishing in direct result of breaking the bubble, Cassie still tries her hardest to save Tim out of her genuine devotion to him.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: It's not wise to mess with Tim when Cassie's around. In Teen Titans #2, Tim is about to be attacked by an animalistic Skitter, until a furious Cassie intervenes in order to protect him.
    Cassie: (Punches the living daylights out of Skitter) BACK OFF, ROACH!

    Yara Flor / Wonder Girl III 

Wonder Girl III
AKA: Yara Flor

Originally debuting in DC Future State as the destined successor to the Wonder Woman mantle, Yara Flor is a Hot-Blooded Demi-God born from the union of a Amazon named Aella and a mysterious Brazilian deity. She was raised among the Esquecida, a tribe of Amazons who split off from Themyscira to establish a new society deep within the Amazon Rainforest. Alas, tragedy struck as her mother was murdered by members of the Greek Pantheon during a siege that burned their home to the ground. Fortunately for Yara, she would be spirited away to the United States by a fellow tribeswoman named Renata, where she spent the remaining years of her childhood in mundanity.

Having largely suppressed the traumatic memories of the attack, Yara would inevitably return to Brazil in order to seek the truth about her hectic past. Resulting in an adventure that would both reunite her with the surviving Esquecida and earn her the ire of the Greek Gods who sought to subjugate her for their own agenda. After participating in a controversial contest between competing Amazonian factions, Wonder Woman would formally crown Yara with the mantle of Wonder Girl… much to the latter's complete detestation.

First Appearance: Dark Nights: Death Metal #7. (2021)
Created By: Joëlle Jones

  • Action Girl: Yara was put on the fast track to becoming this trope by Hera, who ordered the various Gods of Mount Olympus to train her in everything from Philosophy to the Art of War so she could become her perfect champion. Even before her training, Yara had a clear case of Chronic Hero Syndrome and would jump to the need of anyone in immediate danger regardless of the risks involved.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: In Future State Yara Flor was still committing crimes well after taking the title of Wonder Woman, and only began respecting laws outside of her tribe after illegal activities caused a forest fire in the Amazon, she started investigating the corruption in Brazil, and it turned out to be a global problem. In DC Rebirth she still has a criminal record, but it's nothing she's proud of and Yara has been trying to go straight in adulthood, before getting mixed up in any Amazon business. She's also a lot more doting and patient with Jerry, who routinely bites her in Rebirth.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Yara gets her butt kicked with much greater frequency in "DC Rebirth" than "DC Future State", even after Chiron's training. During Trial of the Amazons she admits watching the Esquecida made her realize Chiron hadn't taught her nearly enough.
  • Affirmative-Action Legacy: Her two predecessors are Caucasian while she is a noticeably dark-skinned Brazilian girl.
  • All Your Powers Combined: Her Golden Boleadoras can force those they snare to tell the truth, they can compel the ensnared to think the way Flor thinks and they can be used to generate electricity. In these ways they mostly emulate the abilities of every previous Wonder Girl's lasso. Where they're most lacking for Flor is that they end up doing nothing about her Power Incontinence.
  • Apocalypse Maiden
  • Bad Liar: Not even Jerry believes Yara's self aggrandizing tall tales.
  • Battle Bolas: She wields the Golden Boleadoras, a weapon gifted to her by the mermaid Iara, instead of a lasso like the previous Wonder Girls.
  • Blood Knight: If its one thing that Yara has over the previous Wonder Girls in spades, it's bloodlust. She is by far the most aggressive bearer of the mantle, preferring to solve most of her problems by punching them into submission while reveling in every second. Even as a child, when faced up against an entire entourage of immortal Greek Gods who are attacking her home, the girl's first instinct was to pick up a knife and try to stab them, head on.
  • Book Dumb: In the Future State continuity Yara Flor is so unlearned she doesn't even grasp basic gender identifiers of her own national language that Superman has to correct her on. In the DC Rebirth continuity she is instructed in scholastics, language included, by Eros in a Year Inside, Hour Outside loop. She is actually supposed to be at good linguists in "Rebirth" and mistakes can be chalked up to "Blind Idiot" Translation on the part of the writers. However, that still implies Yara was just as book dumb as her Future State counterpart before Hera put her in "school".
  • Breakout Character: To say so is almost an understatement. She was simply announced for DC Future State as a replacement for Diana as Wonder Woman and before actually debuting, she was announced to be getting her own titled series in the main DC universe after Future State ends.
  • The Call Knows Where You Live: While Yara Flor takes pride in her powers, abilities and sisterhood Whatever Happened To The Warrior Of Truth sees Diana forced to console Yara about her resentment towards the fact she hadn't been allowd to come into these things on her own time, on her own terms.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Yara Flor will gladly cut and run if she really thinks the odds aren't in her favor, unless she is aware of someone she feels could use her help. During Lazarus Planet:Revenge Of The Gods Yara admits to SHAZAM that she really tried to leave him behind after he got curbstomped by his wizard, but that she found herself coming back for him anyway.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Back when she was still a child, Yara's mother Aella was decapitated right in front of her by Gods of Olympus during a siege that slaughtered most of her tribe. While Yara was able to escape with her life thanks to her surrogate aunt Renata saving her in the nick of time, she has virtually no recollection of her childhood prior to immigrating to the United States due to her suppressing the trauma.
  • Depending on the Artist: Her eyes range from light green to light brown. Green eyes aside she looks like the love child of Suyane Moreira and Beyonce Knowles when drawn by Joëlle Jones, but other artists may skewer closer Moreira or give her a different look entirely.
  • Disappeared Dad: It's implied he wasn't up to facing the jealous gods of Olympus, but the details of why he bailed, where he went or even who he was remain shrouded.
  • Divine Intervention
    • In the "Future State" continuity the new Wonder Woman initially respects no laws outside of her own tribe, and this almost gets her killed if not for the intervention of the enchanted forest enforcer Caipora, which Yara Flor doesn't recognize or appreciate at first, and Underworld Goddess Persephone, which she is slightly quicker to catch on to. In the "Rebirth" continuity Flor brings down a commercial plane while defending herself. The passengers are saved by Zephyrus, but this is not out of altruism but to help Eros kidnap her, and Caipora can't stop them.
    • In "Rebirth" it's revealed by Potira that Yara's whole life has been steered by it. The Olympians were not happy with Aella breaking away from the Amazons to join a new tribe in the rain forest of another continent, and especially unhappy with her bearing the child of a god none of them had ever heard of before. Eros had been sent to execute Aella and Yara, but he hesitated at killing a child, even one strong enough to wound him. Nonetheless, Hera still wavers between wanting Yara dead in Tartarus or wanting Yara as her champion since that mysterious heritage has made her very strong.
    • In Wonder Woman 796 Eros has left Yara on her back and proceeds to defeat Diana by putting her under his charm and the narrator flat out states "humanity doesn't stand a chance". Yara rises and attacks him again only to be startled as Zeus drops a Thunderbolt right infront of Yara that vaporises Eros while Zeus scolds Hera for starting another war without his permission. Unfortunately for Yara, Zeus isn't a Conflict Killer this time, as Hera had a contingence plan if he interfered again, but he does prevent the heroes from being defeated and allow them to stop Hera later.
  • Does Not Know His Own Strength: She was able to draw blood from a god's knee as a toddler, but it takes Yara Flor over a decade to realize she has Super-Strength. Combine this with a short temper and confrontational personality, and you get a criminal record. Yara was usually just fronting but ended up injuring people and causing property damage by accident, with authorities not buying that she didn't "understand" or "mean to".
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Yara is devastated upon finding out that Eros has been manipulating her since the day they met so she could be turned into one of Hera's pawns. Even more so when she later discovers that Eros was the one who murdered her mother.
  • Forged by the Gods: In DC Rebirth the suit Yara most commonly wears was a ceremonial outfit Eros put together for Yara when she was to be presented before Hera and become her champion. She rejected Hera's offer but kept the clothes because she thought they looked nice. This is quite different from DC Future State, where it was a uniform everyone in Yara's tribe wore. The Esquecida do start copying elements of Yara's "fashion" by Trial Of The Amazons and Diana does snap Yara's tiara and reshape it an Amazonian mold, but Yara's getup is neither fully converted nor fully adopted in "Re Birth".
  • The Gadfly: During her coronation to become Hera's champion, Yara kept stalling on drinking the ambrosia elixir by asking non-stop stupid questions, solely to piss off Hera before rejecting her offer.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: After Iara gives her bolas Yara tries to use them on the next monster she encounters only to realize she has no idea what she's doing. Even after learing how to use them properly she has no idea how to use the powers that are supposed to come with them.
  • I Believe I Can Fly: It's not clear when or how she learns or gains the power of unaided flight in the Future State continuity, but by the way the series timeline is set up it's clear it took years for her to get it. DC Rebirth isn't in any hurry to grant her the privileage either.
  • Loyal Animal Companion: She has one in the form of Jerry, an abrasive Pegasus Yara succeeded in taming to become her steed.
  • Power Incontinence: Her lineage grants Yara Flor the ability to cause nearby bodies of water to flood the lands when she gets angry. She has little to no control over this. She has control over her Super-Strength...once she finally realizes that she has super strength.
  • Semi-Divine: Similar to her predecessor Cassie Sandsmark, Yara is the demi-god daughter of a mortal Amazon and an unknown Brazilian River God. Her divine heritage grants her supernatural speed and strength seemingly equal to that of her predecessors. However, Yara lacks the ability of flight, leaving her reliant on Jerry in order to take to the skies.
  • Smug Super: In "Future State" she had this pretty bad, needing to be humbled twice in a row by Thanatos and Hades, and still not getting the message really until she saw Kuat abuse his powers. "Rebirth" Yara is nowhere near as bad, but still gets told off by Phillippus and Donna Troy for wasting time posing while Themyscira is about to be destroyed, and while admitting they're right informs them that she's going to make them bask in her glory once the island is saved.
  • Spicy Latina: Yara is a Hot-Blooded Brazilian who is beautiful as she is deadly. Chiron does see Yara's temper as a weakness and tries to get it under control but Hera cuts it off, believing Yara had progessed enough.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Going by Jamal Campbell's Wonder Woman 795 cover, Yara is about two inches shorter than Diana, around an imperial 5'10. This is taller than the average man, may or may not be taller than Donna Troy and is far taller than Cassie Sandsmark.
  • Super-Toughness: Flor certainly feels everything that hits her, but rarely suffers actual damage. This proves disadvantageous when fighting Eros, as she does more damage to him, but since he's immortal it doesn't matter, while the few injuries Yara does sustain are hampering.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Strong enough to crash a passenger jet by accident, but despite having been in plenty of fights, and racked up a criminal record Yara Flor doesn't actually know how to fight well in the DC Rebirt continuity. Hera tries to change this by putting Yara through training from the centaur Chiron.

    Bobby Barnes / Wonder Boy I 

Wonder Boy I

Bobby Barnes was the nephew of Wonder Woman's brief love interest Trevor Barnes. Bobby was a big fan of Diana's and followed her in the invisible jet while she was working as a superhero. While he traveled to Themyscira and was informally accepted as one of their own he did very little actual superheroics of his own as his mother did not like feeling like she was in competition with the Amazon princess.

The "Wonder Boy" of Earth 11 is a gender-swapped version of Donna Troy.

First Appearance: Wonder Woman Vol 2 #188. (2003)
Created By: Phil Jimenez · Andy Lanning

  • Action Survivor: He likes hanging around Diana and manages to spend days at a time with her in one piece despite the far less friendly and more dangerous things that also tend to follow her around.
  • Ascended Fanboy: A huge fan of Wonder Woman who is very happy to learn that not only is Diana going on a few dates with his uncle, she's also okay with Bobby tagging along with her while she works when he asks. He earns an invite to Themyscira through his actions and is accepted by the Amazons as an informal member of their sisterhood in a ceremony.
  • Distaff Counterpart: By name and as an outsider teenager who was given the acceptance of the Amazons Bobby is Cassie's male counterpart. She was even Wonder Girl while he was Wonder Boy and his Wonder Boy shirt was inspired by the design of Cassie's first Wonder Girl shirt.
  • Like Brother and Sister: Post crisis Diana revealed that she went through a "phase" of wanting a little brother as a child. Circumstance not only made that impossible, but illegal at the time. She tolerates and even comes to appreciate Bobby's presence because she imagines he's the little brother she never got to have.