|SuperFriends Comic Book Character|
|Real name:||Donna Troy|
|Relatives:|| Adopted Mother: |
|Apprentice:||To Wonder Woman|
|Base:|| Titan's Lair|
In the parallel universe of Earth-One, a little girl is saved by Wonder Woman from an apartment building fire. Unable to find her parents or family, Wonder Woman brings the child to Paradise Island. She becomes Queen Hippolyta's adopted daughter and Wonder Woman's adopted sister. Naturally, she was unable to compete with the Amazons on a physical level, lacking their special powers. She was given powers almost identical to those of Wonder Woman by scientist Paula von Gunther's. She also learned the ways of Amazon combat and physical training.
In the months and years to come, Wonder Girl dons a new, all-red bodysuit-style costume, lets her hair fall loose, adopts the secret identity Donna Troy, becomes a member of a "junior Justice League" and helps establish the Teen Titans. At that time, the Titans consisted of 'Robin' (Dick Grayson), 'Kid Flash' (Wally West), and Aqualad.
Powers and Abilities
- Accelerated Healing / Regeneration
- Superhuman Agility
- Superhuman Durability
- Superhuman Reflexes
- Superhuman Speed
- Superhuman Stamina
- Superhuman Strength
Wonder Girl did not appear in any episodes of the Superfriends.
The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (1967-1968):
Teen Titans episodes:
- Super Friends, Vol. 2 #3 (February 1, 1977) -- Mentioned
- Super Friends, Vol. 2 #7 (October 1, 1977) -- Mentioned
- Wonder Girl first appears in The Brave and the Bold, Vol. 1 #60 (July 1965).
- She was created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani.
- See Donna Troy at wikipedia.org
- See Wonder Girl at wikipedia.org
- See Donna Troy at Titans Tower
- See Donna Troy at Flash: Those Who Ride The Lightning
- See Wonder Girl at The Wonder Woman Pages
- ↑ This is the same type of lasso Wonder Woman has. This is revealed in Teen Titans, Vol. 1 #53 (February, 1978). For more on Teen Titans #53 go to the DC Database.
- ↑ Saying that Wonder Girl is Wonder Woman's sidekick is never actually revealed in the Superfriends, or in the Filmation cartoons. This is just speculation, because in the comics, Wonder Girl or specifically, Donna Troy is Wonder Woman's sidekick.
- ↑ Four years after the debut of Wonder Girl, writer Marv Wolfman and artist Gil Kane created this origin for Wonder Girl in Teen Titans, Vol. 1, #22 (August 1969). See also: DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle. p. 134. In the later years of the Golden Age of Comics, Donna Troy is a young woman created through a magical clay ritual, intended by the Amazonian sorceress Derinoe to be the successor of the late Hippolyta. This is revealed in Wonder Woman, Vol. 4 #37 (February, 2015).
- ↑ As revealed in Teen Titans Vol. 1 #23 (October, 1969).
- ↑ Go to the DC Database for more on The Brave and the Bold, Vol. 1 #60 (July 1965).