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As one of the founding members of the Justice League, Wonder Woman is a phenomenal pillar of strength and an inspirational superhero in her own right. She brings a special flavor to the Justice League, so it's no surprise that even though she barely speaks, her presence speaks volumes. Wonder Woman's appearances in Teen Titans Go! In Teen Titans Go! So, when Robin said it's always been his dream to have a superhero movie made about him, Superman, feeling sorry for him, says it's important to dream. She says: " Well, you know, they only make movies about real heroes.
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In Teen Titans Go! She made a speaking debut in Teen Titans Go! Because of her prolonged-living ability she has fought Nazism in WWII, and now she protects "man's world" from the diabolical supervillains that threaten it constantly. She was born and raised on Themyscira, an isolated island comprising of women. It's governed by a isolationist statute called Aphrodite's Law , which forbids men from setting foot on Themyscira under penalty of death. Wonder Woman has made small cameos and was referenced by other characters throughout the show.
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She is the original Wonder Girl and later temporarily adopts another identity, Troia. Donna has been commonly featured in stories involving the Teen Titans , which she originally joined during their second adventure and is since depicted as a founding member of the team. Donna has appeared in numerous cartoon television shows and films. After the shake-up in comics that resulted from the publication of Seduction of the Innocent , DC Comics searched for a way to portray Wonder Woman that would be acceptable to parents. One of the more favored approaches was to publish a series of "Impossible Tales" in which Wonder Woman Diana appeared for various reasons side-by-side with younger versions of herself as well as her mother, creating a "Wonder Family".
Wonder Girl is the alias of multiple superheroines featured in comic books published by DC Comics. The alias has also been used in reference to a younger version of Wonder Woman as a teenager. In this revised Silver Age origin, it is established that Diana had in fact not been created from clay, but had been born before the Amazons settled on Paradise Island. Following this issue were several Wonder Girl adventures, and years later an additional character, Wonder Tot—Wonder Woman as a toddler —was also featured. Kanigher restored the character's made-from-clay origin in