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Protagonists

    Wonder Woman 

Diana of Themyscira / Wonder Woman

A princess of Themyscira with a desire to leave for Man's world.


    Beth Candy 

Elizabeth "Beth" Candy

Diana's friend in man's world, a human.


  • Adaptational Name Change: "Beth" instead of Etta.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: In-Universe, she loves herself the way she is, but the Amazons don't like the way she looks (except for Hippolyta who was quite amused by her character).
  • Big Eater: It's implied Beth Candy ate most of the food for a "Feed the Hunger" mixer.
  • Bi the Way: Beth Candy says her first crush was a girl, than says her second was a boy. She also likes the looks of the Amazons, but is turned off by their attitudes.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Beth Candy is modeled after Rebel Wilson.
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    Steve Trevor 

Steve Trevor

An African American pilot during the 21st Century who aids Diana.


  • Race Lift: Steve Trevor is African-American rather than Caucasian. This actually ends up affecting his character. When he's questioned during Diana's trial, Steve says that his ancestors being slaves is why he lied to his higher ups in the military.

Antagonists

    Hercules 

Hercules

The Predecessor Villain of Themyscira, and the reason for their misandrist attitudes.


    Medusa 

The famous Gorgon of Classical Mythology.


  • Taken for Granite: As per usual, eye contact results in someone being turned to stone.

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Supporting Cast

    Hippolyta 

Queen of the Amazons and mother of Diana.


    Mala 

Former champion of the Amazons and lover of Diana.


  • Alpha Bitch: At least, that's what Elizabeth considers her when they meet.
  • Female Misogynist: Above other Amazons, especially to the Holliday Girls.
  • Meaningful Name: "Mala" is the feminine form of the word "mal," which is Spanish for bad, which could also be as a noun (ella es una mala/she is a bad girl/woman.) Quite a fitting name for a Jerkass amazon.
  • Psycho Ex-Girlfriend: Mala takes Diana's "defection" to Man's world the hardest.
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