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[[File:"Shock It To Me"|64px]] Livewire dares challenge us again? Now that is funny! Tell me I am right.
~ Wonder Woman

Princess Diana of Themyscira (also known as Wonder Woman or Diana Prince) is one of the main characters in the second generation of the DC Super Hero Girls franchise.

She is the leader of the Super Hero Girls and a student at Metropolis High School.


She is voiced by the same voice actress as in the first generation of the franchise, Grey Griffin, albeit with a Mediterranean accent.


Amazonian Physiology

  • Superhuman Strength: Wonder Woman is strong enough to contend with Supergirl, lift heavy objects and defeat villains with her physical strikes.
  • Superhuman Durability: Wonder Woman has taken attacks from extremely strong characters, such as General Zod, Supergirl, Katana, etc.
  • Superhuman Speed and Reflexes: Wonder Woman can fight, react and move at superhuman speeds.
  • Superhuman Agility
  • Superhuman Stamina
  • Immortality: Diana has been alive for 317 years.
  • Animal Language: She can talk to animals in "The Fresh Princess of Ren Faire".
  • Flight (In "Breaking News" and graphic novels only)


  • Leadership
  • Superhuman Intelligence & Wisdom
  • Hand-to-Hand Combat
  • Expert Swordsmanship
  • Talented singer


  • Lasso of Truth
  • Bracelets of Submission
  • Magical Sword and Shield


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Diana is a beautiful, tan-skinned young Amazonian demigod with a slender-yet-athletic, hourglass figure, and classic-length, wavily-styled navy-blue hair with lighter-colored streaks. She also sport thick black brows and sky-blue eyes, and her makeup consists of lightly-placed blush on her cheeks, and fuchsia-pink lipstick on her lips. She is arguably the tallest out of the team.

As a civilian, Diana kept her hair in a low-loose ponytail, in which she accessorizes with a golden headband. Her attire consists of a set of Alabama-red star earrings, an Alabama-red mid-quarter-sleeved sweater over a similar-length, white swan-necked shirt, a high-waisted blue denim skirt with a darker-colored waistband, white calf-length socks and a pair of flats which are the same color as her earrings and sweater.

As Wonder Woman, her freely-styled loose hair is held back by a golden tiara with an Alabama-red star on the front. Her superhero costume consists of a set of earrings similar to the ones she wears on her civilian attire (albeit larger in size), and an Alabama-red corset that is decorated with gold in the upper-part, along with golden shoulder-pads placed on the straps and a large golden belt around her waist. She also wore a blue skirt with white stars all over it, and Alabama-red knee-high boots with white stripes going down from the top, along with knee-pads placed on them which sport the same design as her shoulder-pads.

She also wears the Bracelets of Submission on her wrists and carries her signature Lasso of Truth around.


Whenever she is around Steve, she is shy and clumsy (which mostly happens because she is in love with him). Besides that, she is heroic, courageous, confident, and caring for her friends. Like her mother and Supergirl, however, she has a short temper―for example, when she took a deep breath when she met Harleen. She also has amazing leadership skills. Diana has a good heart and will always try to save people. She only squeals when she gets to be a hero and gets a second chance for a driving license. She works hard at everything she does. She is learning how to use social media and technology, which she finds very confusing. She used to love having fun with Antiope, but now likes studying thanks to her mother, and her favorite food is the Death by Chocolate ice-cream from Sweet Justice. She can also get intimidated and nervous like in "The Warrior and the Jester" where she encounters Batman. Despite this, however, she can show a bit of obsessive perfectionism, seeing herself as either a hero or a failure if she even gets an A-.

Depiction in the series

Wonder Woman is an Amazon princess from the island of Themyscira and the daughter of Queen Hippolyta. She is the team's leader. As a hero, she is Wonder Woman; as a student, she is Diana Prince.


Being born on the island of Themyscira, Diana (since created from clay) was trained to be a warrior princess, from Combat training to knowledge training. as shown in Sirens Conch and Awesome Aunt Antiope Diana had to train to be perfect, with little fun she could have, even playing with her Aunt. Explained in Sweet Justice, Diana competed in the tournament of Athena and Aphrodite (Against her mother's orders) and won and headed out to perform her destiny of saving the world of Man. It also revealed in Crushing It she encountered the first boy she meets upon arriving in Metropolis, a boy name Steve Trevor who she developed a crush on.

Season 1

Super Shorts

Season 2

Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse

Appearances Throughout the Franchise


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  • Her hero appearance is heavily based on Wonder Girl from the Super Best Friends Forever shorts.
  • Her superhero outfit is almost directly similar to Gal Gadot's portrayal of the character from the DCEU.
    • Furthermore, in the episode "Awesome Aunt Antiope", her young self is voiced by Lilly Aspell, who also portrays young Diana in the DCEU.
  • In the episode “Power Surge”, she wears glasses.
  • She is in love with Steve Trevor.
  • She is 317 years old, making her the oldest member of the group.
    • However, she is 17 in human years.
  • She earns her driver's license in "Crash Course," but it’s currently unknown if she has a car.
  • She is scared of teddy bears as shown in "Living The Nightmare".
  • The fact that Wonder Woman has a strong addiction to sweets is because it actually originates from the pages of the Justice League: Origin, New 52 comic, where she first tasted ice cream.
  • After Supergirl, she is the second physically strongest and fastest of the Super Hero Girls.
    • In some episodes, she is also seen with muscles like her.
  • Unlike her previous incarnations, Grey Griffin uses a Mediterranean accent to voice this version of Wonder Woman.
  • According to Lauren Faust, Wonder Woman cannot fly in this version of the show, as flying "makes everything too easy."[1]
    • However, she is able to fly in the comic book collection of the franchise, as well as the episode, "Breaking News".
    • Faust also indicated Diana was born from a piece of clay, like her original comic book incarnation, as she expressed preference over that origin to her New 52 origin as the daughter of Zeus and Hippolyta.
  • Of all of the Super Hero Girls that has joined a club or sport, Diana joins the most clubs and sports. This includes being a conductor of the school band, volleyball, gymnastics, and science club.
  • She used to live in a treetop in the Metropolis park as shown in "House Pest". From the end of that episode onwards, she happened to live at Julia Kapatelis's house.
  • As seen in "Sirens Conch", she didn't know how to sing, but she procured to improve herself onward. While in "The Aquaman Cometh", it's revealed that she is even worse at improvising her acting than singing.
  • In "Rage Cat", it was shown that she is allergic to cats when Jessica tried to find Dexter a home. However, in the episode "All About Zee", she was near a kitten that Casey gave to her and the others, and episodes even further back in "Shock It To Me", she is seen saving several cats in photos. It’s obviously because Diana allergic to only certain cats.
  • According to the episode "Living the Nightmare", Diana is afraid of teddy bears. This however doesn't make any sense, since in "Sweet Justice" she was carrying one; and in "Enter Night Sting", a teddy bear also appears which she and the other girls mistook for Karen.
  • In the crossover movie when the girls check Diana's contacts, Supergirl's phone shows Diana's contacts include the actor Ray Fisher, who played Cyborg in the Justice League film and the Snyder Cut.
    • In addition, Martian Manhunter's contact also appears, confirming the existence of this character, and Bruce Wayne's number also appears in addition to his emergency line as Batman, confirming that Diana now knows his identity when she temporarily joined the Justice League.