Filmation Character
Wonder Girl
Filmation WONDER GIRL.jpg.
Real Name  Donna Troy
AKA  Wonder Girl
Species  Amazonian
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Homeworld  Earth
Universe  Earth-1A
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Hair Color  Black
Eye Color  Blue
Relatives  Queen Hippolyta
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Apprentice to  Wonder Woman
Affiliation  Teen Titans
Base  Titans Tower
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Weaponry  Magic lasso
Played by  Julie Bennett

Wonder Girl was the teenage sidekick of Wonder Woman[1] back in the '60s. She was also a member of the Teen Titans.

Powers and Abilities

  • Vast Super Strength
  • Superhuman endurance, speed, agility, reflexes, and senses
  • Flight
  • Regeneration


Wonder Girl did not appear in any episodes of the Superfriends.

Wonder Girl Super Powers

Wonder Girl in Titans Tower.[2]

She only appeared in the Filmation series The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (1967-1968):
Teen Titans episodes:


  • Wonder Girl first appears in The Brave and the Bold vol. 1 #60[3] (July 1965).
  • She was created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani.

Background Information

Wonder Girl is a non-Amazon orphan, rescued by Wonder Woman from an apartment building fire. Unable to find any parents or family, Wonder Woman brings the child to Paradise Island. She becomes Queen Hippolyta's foster daughter and Wonder Woman's foster sister. Unfortunately, she was unable to compete with the Amazons on a physical level, lacking their special powers, and so was given powers almost identical to those of Wonder Woman by scientist Paula von Gunther's Purple Ray.[4] In 1969, Wonder Girl dons a new, all-red bodysuit-style costume, lets her hair fall loose, and becomes known as Wonder Girl. She helps establish the Teen Titans and remains a member till 1978.[5]

External Links


  1. The fact 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 is Wonder Woman's sidekick.
  2. As seen in Action Comics Vol 1 546.
  3. Go to the DC Database for more on The Brave and the Bold vol. 1 #60 (July 1965).
  4. This is revealed in Teen Titans vol. 1, #22 (August 1969).
  5. Background Information is from Earth-One continuity.

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