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3/05/2023 10:57 am  #1

Wonder Woman (Earth-2)

Here is the profile for Wonder Woman (Earth-2) in the format of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe:

Wonder Woman

Real Name: Diana of Themyscira

Identity/Class: Extraterrestrial (Amazonian)

Occupation: Champion of the Amazons, Justice Society of America member

Affiliations: Justice Society of America, All-Star Squadron, Amazonian Royalty

Enemies: Adolf Hitler, Axis Powers, Duke of Deception, Cheetah, Doctor Poison, Queen Clea, Baroness Paula von Gunther, Silver Swan

Known Relatives: Hippolyta (mother), Antiope (aunt), Theseus (uncle)

Aliases: Princess Diana, Diana Prince

Base of Operations: Earth-2

First Appearance: All Star Comics #8 (December, 1941)

Height: 6'0" Weight: 130 lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: Black

Abilities: Exceptional athlete, skilled hand-to-hand combatant, proficient in various forms of armed and unarmed combat, enhanced strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, and longevity due to Amazonian physiology, ability to communicate with animals, lasso of truth which forces anyone ensnared to tell the truth, indestructible bracelets, and tiara which can be used as a projectile weapon.

Weapons: Lasso of truth, indestructible bracelets, tiara

History: Diana of Themyscira is an Amazonian princess and champion who was created by the gods of Greek mythology from clay and brought to life by Aphrodite, the goddess of love. Raised on the hidden island of Themyscira, Diana was trained in the ways of the Amazons, becoming a skilled warrior and athlete.

After leaving the island to help fight the Axis Powers during World War II, Diana adopted the secret identity of Diana Prince and joined the Justice Society of America. As Wonder Woman, she battled numerous villains and saved countless lives, using her exceptional combat skills and Amazonian powers to protect the innocent and uphold justice.

In addition to her heroic feats, Wonder Woman also held an important role as a symbol of female empowerment, inspiring generations of readers and becoming one of the most iconic figures in comic book history.

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