- Life is fleeting. That is the only truth. Death is forever.
- — Unliving Wonder Woman src
Princess Diana of Themyscira, known most often by her superhero moniker Wonder Woman, was a core member of the Justice League and one of the strongest female metahuman's on the planet. One of the most important heroes that was in action during the first year of the Anti-Life outbreak that plagued planet Earth she was unfortunately bested by the infection when things turned for worse for the survivor's and became one of the Anti-Living herself.
Diana Prince is first seen during Darkseid's initial invasion of Earth, where after a week of fighting legions of parademons, deites and the embodiment of evil himself, with the combined might of the task force that was the JL, she managed to latch her Lasso of Truth around Darkseid's neck and hold him down and proceeded to demand that he cease his immediate invasion at once for the lasso compelled him so. Unphased by her meek attempt at overpowering him, Darkseid bluntly removed the lasso from around his neck and declared that he would not return to Earth by his own volition and not because of the power of Wonder Woman, for what he required for his grand plan he already acquired during said invasion. After said statement, Diana along with the others watched in horror as Darkseid up and left in a boom tube.
When the dust settled the League was left to ponder as to what exactly Darkseid stole, but Batman explained that it was not a what, but a who, and that Cyborg. When Batman was questioned by the League of the methods he used in coming to said conclusion, Diana tried to keep a level head and not be outraged by the tracking device that he implanted in Cy, she questioned how Batman knew the walking apocalyptian tech super genius wasn't on Earth anymore, to which Bat's responded that his tracker had a 2 light year reach and he wasn't receiving any signal and so he came to the conclusion that Cyborg wasn't in their Solar System anymore.
Powers and Abilities
- Zombie Physiology
- Amazonian Physiology: The Amazons are a race of warrior women that have received gifts and blessings from five Olympian goddesses: Artemis, Athena, Demeter, Hestia and Aphrodite. The average Amazon possesses the potential for the following power set:
- Enhanced Intellect: A gift from Athena, the Amazons have the wisdom to be guided by peace and justice.
- Superhuman Strength
- Superhuman Durability
- Superhuman Stamina
- Superhuman Agility
- Immortality: The Amazons were gifted immortality. The people of Themyscira lived forever, though could be killed in war or in an accident. Those who followed Antiope and Phthia and became the Bana-Mighdall lost their immortality.
- Self-Sustenance: So long as the Amazons stay on Themyscira, she does not require food, water or any other form of nourishment to maintain her health and vitality. Although they are not susceptible to the throes of hunger, this does not mean that Amazons don't consume food for enjoyment. The Amazons frequently hold great festivals wherupon food is served.
- Wonder Woman was created by William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peter, first appearing in All-Star Comics #8. However, the DCeased version of Wonder Woman first appeared in DCeased #1 by Tom Taylor and Trevor Hairsine.
- Wonder Woman Recommended Reading
- All-Star Comics (Volume 1)
- Comic Cavalcade (Volume 1)
- JLA (Volume 1)
- Sensation Comics (Volume 1)
- Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- Superman/Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- The Legend of Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- The Legend of Wonder Woman (Volume 2)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 2)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 3)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 4)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 5)
- 17 Appearances of Diana of Themyscira (DCeased)
- 16 Images featuring Diana of Themyscira (DCeased)
- 1 Quotations by or about Diana of Themyscira (DCeased)
- Character Gallery: Diana of Themyscira (DCeased)
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|Justice League member|
This character is or was a member of the Justice League of America, or the Justice League in any of its various incarnations, sworn by a duty to act as guardians of America and the world by using their skills and/or superpowers to protect Earth from both interstellar and domestic threats.