Wonder Woman is a fictional character brought to life by the comic books published by DC Comics. She is a super-heroine, a warrior princess born and living in the Amazons. She was made from clay by her mother, Queen Hippolyta and brought to life by the Greek Gods. The writer who created her in these comic books is named William Moulton Marston. This comic was made into a movie first in the 40s and the television series started in the 70s. There are now many, many fans of the comic, movie, and television series. Although there are many fans that do know a lot about Wonder Woman, they may not know everything yet. Here are some really cool facts about Wonder Woman.
Did you know, the creator of the comic was also the inventor of the polygraph? That’s right. Mr. William Moulton Marston didn’t just create Wonder Woman but he also created the very thing that can tell if someone is telling the truth or not.
Loss of Powers
What is the only way Wonder Woman can lose her powers? The only way for her to lose her super human powers is by chaining her bracelets together. Although, some people weren’t clear on this and some writers would say she lost her powers when she was tied up, it would eventually come to be that her bracelets had to be chained together for her to lose them. Now, if her bracelets would shatter to pieces, she would go into a psychotic rage, which is something she really liked to do!
Wonder Woman’s Alter Ego?
Wonder Woman’s alter ego was Diana Prince who was played by Lynda Carter.
What Were Her Powers?
Although Wonder Woman had an arsenal of super human powers, her best powers at her disposal were her indestructible bracelets and the Lasso of Truth.
Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of all Time
Wonder Woman made the Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of all Time in May of 2011 by IGN by making it to the fifth spot. Go Wonder Woman!
So, there you have some amazing facts about her. Did you know about any of these?