25 Wonderful Facts About Wonder Woman

Did you know that the creator of Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston, also designed the first lie detector?

    Wonder Woman is one of the first female superheroes ever to exist; her journey began in the 20th century.

    Her character has addressed many issues around women’s rights and their place in the world.

    She is a kickass superhero who stands alongside Superman and Batman.

    Wonder Woman has been an idol to many girls worldwide, and her legacy continues to live on.

    Here are 25 wonderful facts about wonder woman that will leave you inspired by this bold character.

    She first appeared in the public eye at the World Fair in 1939, where she saved President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

    Wonder Woman’s debut was in All-Star Comics #8, released in October 1941.

    Wonder Woman was one of the first superheroes to get her own book, after Superman and Batman.

    The first Wonder Woman Sensation Comics were banned in 1942 because her outfit was too revealing.

    Her official title is Princess Diana of Themyscira.

    Wonder Woman was the world’s first superheroine to appear in mainstream media.

    October 21 is Wonder Woman Day, commemorating her first appearance.

    Wonder Woman was born on the Island of Themyscira, which is invisible to humankind.

    She was the first female superhero to join the Justice Society, which later became the Justice League.

    Wonder Woman is an Amazon, an eternally youthful and super-powerful woman.

    Her human identity is an army nurse who worked during World War II.

    Wonder Woman is the daughter of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, and Zeus.

    She has a long-lost twin sister called Nubia, who was taken from her crib by Mars.

    Wonder Woman was raised on an island free of men.

    The creator of Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston, also designed the first lie detector.

    Wonder Woman’s arch-enemy is Dr. Psycho.

    Throughout the superhero universe, Superman and Wonder Woman were once a couple.

    Psycho’s character is based on a true enemy of the creator, Marston.

    In the early sketches for Wonder Woman, she was called “Suprema, the Wonder Woman.”

    Wonder Woman has never worn a skirt; her flowy outfit is culottes.

    In Wonder Woman comic #98, released in May 1958, she gained the ability to fly by gliding through air currents.

    As well as being ultra strong, this demigoddess has healing powers, divine wisdom, and enhanced taste and smell.

    Unlike other superheroes who hit TV screens a lot sooner, Wonder Woman had her first TV Movie released in 1974.

    She had her first feature movie, which hit cinema screens worldwide in 2017.

    In 2017, Wonder Woman was banned in Lebanon because the Wonder Woman actress, Gal Gadot, is from Israel.

    Wonderful facts about Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman has been an idol for many women and girls for decades, and her legacy continues to inspire.

    Her badass attitude and kind nature have got her far in the superhero universe, and her character is a critical player in the likes of the Justice League.

    Wonder Woman exposes many underlying issues around women’s rights, which have surfaced due to her character.

    This has made her an essential comic book figure who has shaped history for women.

    So next time you find yourself in a comic book store or watching TV channels, keep an eye out for this remarkable woman.

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Becca Marsh is a travel enthusiast and a lover of nature. She is the co-founder of Global Convoy, a travel production company. When she is not filming, she enjoys writing about culture and travel.

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