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Superwoman

(Pre-Crisis Earth-3 version) (Crime Syndicate of America)

The 1964 version of Superwoman of the Crime Syndicate of America, sort of like an evil Wonder Woman. As of October of 2019, this profile was entirely redone.

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Corvidae


Two demon-like, shape-shifting sisters who organise death duels between great warriors from any universes. They're, like, a crossover engine. The Corvidae appeared in Gail Simone and Aaron Lopresti's Wonder Woman vs. Conan mini-series.

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Wonder Woman

(Diana of Themyscira) (Gail Simone take) (part #1)

Our main, Big Damn Huge Wonder Woman Profile. Tons of everything. Recommended reading. As of July of 2017, this article was split into three part due to the aforementioned "big damn huge" factor. So that's more convenient to read, and this allowed for various small improvements in passim. So now this specific article is the one with the quick intro, and...

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Giganta

(Golden Age version)

This is Giganta as she appeared a few times in 1940s Wonder Woman adventures. Peak human strength, agility and ferocity.

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Giganta

(Silver Age version)

This is the Silver Age version of Wonder Woman's enemy Giganta, as briefly seen in 1966-67.

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Syonide

(1946 Wonder Woman enemy)

An obscure, odd Golden Age Wonder Woman encounter. A crazy goblin with an axe and an obsession about Pocahontas.

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Gorilla Knights


The mighty Gorilla Knights who served Wonder Woman during the epic Gail Simone run. Ook if you love Themyscira !

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Giganta

(Post-Crisis version)

The version of Giganta that existed and fought Wonder Woman during the 2000s. She's really powerful, actually - and an interesting character.

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Alkyone of Themyscira

(and the Circle)

One of the more notable enemies of Wonder Woman during the Gail Simone run. Tragic Amazon warrior who was briefly Queen of Themyscira though she didn't want to.

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Stalker


One of the heroic fantasy protagonists launched in 1975 as part of the DC Implosion. A doomed, deadly swordsman and adventurer trying to kill the local Devil to reclaim his stolen soul.

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Dgrth


A Devil-like figure from Stalker's swords-and-sorcery dismal world. Also fought Wonder Woman, to his regret.

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Beowulf

(Prince of the Geats)

The prince of the Geats from Olde English literature, as he appeared in his own DC Comics book during the 1970s (and later on in Wonder Woman). It's a lof riot.

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Queen Clea

(Pre-Crisis version)

The Golden Age version of Queen Clea of Atlantis, an enemy of Wonder Woman.

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Queen of Fables


A fascinating and immensely powerful, yet constrained, DC Comics character. The Queen of Fables is really cool, and our profile explains all the things.

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Doctor Poison

(Princess Maru)

A Golden Age Imperial Japanese enemy of Wonder Woman, specialised in drugs and toxins.

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Cyborgirl


A minor foe of Wonder Woman and Cyborg. Convenient, mercenary-ish quasi-villainess.

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Doctor Poison II


The second, modern Doctor Poison - a Wonder Woman foe. Super-useful "mad science" type who can create practically anything biological whilst being very creepy.

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Queen Clea

(Post-Crisis version)

The post-Crisis version of this evil queen opposing Wonder Woman and leading Villainy, Incorporated.

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Wonder Woman

(Animated movie version)

The 2009 animated version in Wonder Woman, which retold her Pérez-style origin sequence.

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Fury

(Lyta Hall profile #1 - Infinity, Inc.)

First writeup for Fury (Lyta Hall) covering the 1980s and her time as a member of the original Infinity, Inc. until she returns in Sandman.

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Theana


An intriguing Wonder Woman alien warrior who was nearly a match for our heroine.

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I-Ching


This elder sage, martial artist and magician was Wonder Woman's mentor back during the late 1960s, when she lost her powers.

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