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Wonder Woman is a DC Comics character appearing in various media. You may be looking for:

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    Comic Books 

    Notable Comic Book Stories 
  • Wonder Woman (Charles Moulton):
  • Judgment In Infinity (1982)
  • Wonder Woman: Gods and Mortals (1987 - 1987) note 
  • Wonder Woman: Challenge of the Gods (1987 - 1988) note 
  • The Contest (1994) note 
  • Wonder Woman: The Once and Future Story (1998)
  • JLA: A League of One (2000) note 
  • Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth (2001) note 
  • Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia (2002) note 
  • Wonder Woman: Eyes Of The Gorgon (2004 - 2005) note 
  • Wonder Woman: Who Is Wonder Woman? (2006 - 2007) note 
  • Amazons Attack! (2007)
  • Wonder Woman: Rise of the Olympian (2009 - 2009) note 
  • Wonder Woman: Odyssey (2010 - 2011) note 
  • Wonder Woman: Blood (2011 - 2012) note 
  • Wonder Woman: Year One (2016 - 2017) note 
  • Trial Of The Amazons (2022 - )

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    Live-Action Features 
  • Wonder Woman (1974): The TV movie pilot starring Cathy Lee Crosby as a (mostly) non-powered Wonder Woman who earned the nickname "Blonder Woman". The film was based upon a period in the comics when Diana had given up her superpowers and instead worked as an Emma Peel-esque crimefighter, though by the time it aired Wonder Woman had become a superhero again in the comics. Failed to sell as a Modesty Blaise-style TV series, so a do-over was ordered resulting in...
  • Wonder Woman: A 1975-79 show starring Lynda Carter. A more faithful adaptation of the comics, it is dated, particularly its early episodes set in World War II, but fondly remembered. And Lynda Carter managed an eerie resemblance to the original character as drawn by Gibson Girl artist Harry G. Peter.
  • Wonder Woman Pilot (2011): An attempted pilot for NBC's 2011 season by David E. Kelley, focusing on Wonder Woman fairly established in Man's World and running the Themyscira Corporation to get her word out in between fighting crime, starring Adrianne Palicki as Diana. It wasn't picked up, and fans weren't happy with what word leaked out - partially because Diana seemed to be a Dark Age hero set loose in a Silver Age world, complained about the size of her breasts, and straight up murdered security guards.
  • DC Extended Universe, played by Gal Gadot
    • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Diana/Wonder Woman makes her first live action cinematic appearance in this film. She is acting as a supporting character with a pretty big role to play in the climax.
    • Wonder Woman: The invokedlong-overdue solo film focusing on the superheroine. It serves as her origin story, and takes place during World War I.
    • Justice League: She's a founding member of the eponymous Justice League, in its first live action cinematic incarnation.
      • Zack Snyder's Justice League is a director's cut of the above that revisits the creation of the team in a different manner. Includes several missing scenes from the above that feature Diana/Wonder Woman.
    • Wonder Woman 1984: The follow-up to the 2017 film, an interquel that pits her against Maxwell Lord and Cheetah in, well, 1984.
    • Untitled Wonder Woman 3. The conclusion to the planned film trilogy, set to go in production by mid-2023.


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