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Mulher-Maravilha / Wonder Woman

A Mulher-Maravilha (em inglês Wonder Woman) é uma super-heroína de histórias em quadrinhos e desenhos animados da DC Comics. Ela é a princesa de Themyscira (às vezes chamada de Ilha Paraíso), filha da rainha das amazonas, Hipólita. Sua mãe a criou a partir de uma imagem de barro, à qual cinco deusas do Olimpo deram vida e presentearam com superpoderes. Já adulta, foi enviada para o "mundo dos homens" para espalhar uma missão de paz, bem como lutar contra o deus da guerra, Ares. Tornou-se integrante da Liga da Justiça, assim como Superman e Batman. Ela foi a primeira heroína a ser criada, em 1941, pela DC Comics. Estreou em All Star Comics #8 (Dez. 1941).




Wonder Woman is a DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston, first appearing in All Star Comics #8 (December 1941). Along with Superman and Batman, she is one of three characters to have been continuously published by DC Comics since the company's 1944 inception (except for a brief hiatus in 1986).[1]


Wonder Woman is an Amazon (based on the Amazons of Greek mythology) and was created by Marston (an american) as a "distinctly feminist role model whose mission was to bring the Amazon ideals of love, peace, and sexual equality to a world torn by the hatred of men.'"[2] Her powers include superhuman strength, flight, super-speed, super-stamina, and super-agility. She is highly proficient in hand-to-hand combat and in the art of tactical warfare. She also possesses an animal-like cunning and a natural rapport with animals, which has in the past been presented as an actual ability to communicate with the animal kingdom. She uses her Lasso of Truth (which forces those bound by it to tell the truth), a pair of indestructible bracelets, and an invisible airplane.


Created during World War II, the character was initially depicted fighting the Axis military forces, as well as an assortment of supervillains and supervillainesses. In later decades, the World War II setting was often maintained, while other writers updated the series to reflect an ongoing "present day." Wonder Woman has also regularly appeared in comic books featuring the superhero teams Justice Society (from 1941) and Justice League (from 1960). Arguably the most popular and iconic female superhero in comics, Wonder Woman is also considered a feminist icon[2] and is informally grouped with Superman and Batman as one of a "trinity" of DC characters, regarded as especially important. Diana is regarded as extremely physically attractive even by the standards of the superheroine. She was named the twentieth greatest comic book character by Empire magazine.[3]


In addition to the comics, the character has appeared in other media—most notably the 1975-1979 Wonder Woman TV series starring Lynda Carter, but also in cartoons such as the Super Friends and Justice League. Although a number of attempts have been made to adapt the character to live-action film, none have yet emerged from "development hell." An animated film was released in 2009, with Keri Russell doing voice acting on the title role.


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Taken on June 4, 2010