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Other Wonder Woman Characters including Amazons, Ares, Artemis, Cheetah, Circe, Donna Troy, Giganta & Wonder Girl

Experience The World of Wonder (WOW) with exhibits featuring Other Characters from the Wonder Woman universe! Every item is from the private collection of Owner & Curator, Antony Coukos. Character exhibits are listed in ascending order of release.

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AMAZONS | ANGLE MAN | ARES | ARTEMIS | ATHENA | CHEETAH | CIRCE | DONNA TROY | GIGANTA
HIPPOLYTA | NEMESIS | NUBIA | SILVER SWAN | STEVE TREVOR | SUPERWOMAN | WONDER GIRL
The Amazons are a fictional all-female society of superhumans, based on the Amazons of Greek mythology. There have been three major incarnations of these Amazons, Pre-Crisis, and two Post-Crisis. What two of these groups have in common is that they are the race which produced Wonder Woman. The third group of Amazons call themselves Bana-Mighdallians. The comic book incarnation of The Amazons were created by writer William Moulton Marston and artist Harry G. Peter and first appeared in All Star Comics, Issue #8 (January 1942).
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NECA/WizKids
DC HeroClix:
The Brave and
the Bold
Amazon

NECA/WizKids
DC HeroClix:
The Brave and
the Bold
Amazon of
Bana-Mighdall

NECA/WizKids
DC HeroClix:
The Brave and
the Bold
Amazon
(Phillipus)
           
 
The Angle Man was created by Robert Kanigher and emerged after a series of tales which presented a desperate underworld turning to experts in designing elaborate schemes to defeat Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #62 featured "Angle" Andrews, and beginning in Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #70 she was pitted against someone known simply as the Angle Man, whose gimmick is designing schemes based on an angle. >> Learn More
 
Mattel
DC Universe
Fan Collection
Action Figure
Angle Man
               
 
Ares is based upon the Greek mythological figure of the same name. He is the God of War and a major adversary of Wonder Woman. The comic book incarnation of Ares first appeared in Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #1 (Summer 1942). In the next issue, he reappeared under his Roman name, Mars and would retain this name until February 1987, when comics writer/artist George Pérez restored the Greek name Ares as part of his reboot of the Wonder Woman mythos. >> Learn More
 
DC Direct
Wonder Woman: Amazons & Adversaries
Action Figure
Ares

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Legacy
Ares

DC Direct
DC Minimates (Series 3)
Action Figure
2-Pack
Wonder Woman & Ares

Mattel
DC Universe Classics
(Wave 4)
Action Figure
Ares

DC Direct
DC Classic Confrontations Statue
Wonder Woman vs. Ares

NECA/WizKids
DC Heroclix:
DC 75th Anniversary
Ares
     
 
Artemis was a warrior from the Bana-Mighdall, an offshoot of the Amazons who wandered the mortal world and settled in the deserts of Egypt. After they were reunited with the Amazons of Themyscria, Artemis joined the great contest to see who would next take on the role of Wonder Woman. Winning the contest, Artemis was given divine artifacts that enhanced her already prodigious combat abilities and sent out to take the place of Diana in man's world - a challenge that she found unexpectedly difficult, particularly among Diana's friends in the Justice League. Artemis first appeared in Wonder Woman, Vol. 2, Issue #90 (September 1994) and was created by writer William Messner-Loebs and artist Mike Deodato. >> Learn More
 
DC Direct
Wonder Woman: Amazons & Adversaries
Action Figure
Artemis

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Justice League
Artemis as
Wonder Woman

Mattel
DC Universe Classics
(Wave 4)
Action Figure
Artemis as Wonder Woman

Tonner
DC Stars
Character Figure
Doll
Artemis of Bana Mighdall

DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

PVC Statue
Artemis
       
 
Athena is based on the Greek mythological figure of the same name. She is the daughter of Zeus, sister of Ares and one of the goddesses who created the Amazons. The comic book of Athena first appeared in All Star Comics, Issue #8, (December 1941). >> Learn More
 
Mattel
Barbie Gold Label Collection Doll
Barbie as Athena
               
 
The Cheetah is the archenemy of Wonder Woman. She first appeared in Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #6 (October 1943) and was created by writer William Moulton Marston and artist Harry G. Peter. Since then, the character has undergone several updates as comic book continuities have evolved and shifted. There have been four different Cheetahs since the character's premiere, including Priscilla Rich (the Golden Age Cheetah), Deborah Domaine (the Silver Age Cheetah), Barbara Ann Minerva (the modern age and current Cheetah) and Sebastian Ballesteros (a male usurper who briefly assumed the role in 1999). >> Learn More
 
DC Direct
Wonder Woman: Amazons & Adversaries
Action Figure
Cheetah

DC Direct
DC Comics Pocket Super Heroes
(Series 1, Asst. 2)
Action Figure
2-Pack
Silver Age
Wonder Woman vs. The Cheetah

DC Direct
Super Friends! Deluxe Action Figure Set
Wonder Woman
& Cheetah

DC Direct
Deluxe Bookends
Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Cosmic Justice
Cheetah

Jack In The Box
Jack's Kids Meal
Premium
Justice League
Cheetah

DC Direct
Justice
(Series 1)
Action Figure
Cheetah

WizKids
DC HeroClix:
Icons
Cheetah

DC Direct
DC Minimates (Series 6) Action Figure
2-Pack
Battle Damaged Wonder Woman & Cheetah
 
DC Direct
Women of the DC Universe
(Series 2)
Bust
Cheetah

DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

PVC Statue
Cheetah

Mattel
DC Universe: Justice League Unlimited Fan Collection
(Wave 3)
Action Figure
Cheetah

Mattel
DC Universe Classics: DC Comics 75 Years of Super Power
(Wave 13)
Action Figure
Cheetah (Classic)

Mattel
DC Universe Classics: DC Comics 75 Years of Super Power
(Wave 13)
Action Figure
Cheetah (Modern)

Mattel
DC Universe Classics: DC Comics 75 Years of Super Power
(Wave 13)
Action Figure
Cheetah (Modern Variant)

Mattel
Retro-Action DC Super Heroes
(Wave 3)
Doll
The Cheetah

DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

Mini-Figure
(Series 2)
Cheetah

DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

PVC Statue
Cheetah (V.1) Stealth Variant
 
Eaglemoss
DC Comics Super Heroes Collection Figurine
Cheetah (#97)

Blip Toys
Squinkies
Justice League
Bubble Pack
Wonder Woman (#926)
& The Cheetah (#929)

Sonic
Wacky Pack
Premium
Justice League 'Tots'
(Series 2)
Cheetah

DC Collectibles
Justice League vs. Legion of Doom Chess Set
Wonder Woman
& Cheetah
       
 
A villainous sorceress and major adversary of Wonder Woman based upon the Greek mythological character of the same name who imprisoned Odysseus in Homer's Odyssey. The comic book incarnation of Circe first appeared in Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #37 (September-October 1949). Throughout the years, various versions of Circe, with various physical appearances, have emerged to challenge the Amazing Amazon. All of these have retained a set of key features: immortality, stunning physical beauty, a powerful command over wicked sorcery, a penchant for turning human beings into animals (like her mythological antecedent), and a delight in humiliation. >> Learn More
 
WizKids
DC HeroClix: Cosmic Justice
Circe

DC Direct
Wonder Woman
(Series 1)
Action Figure
Circe

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Arkham Asylum
Circe

Tonner
DC Stars Character Figure Doll
Circe
       
 
Donna Troy was created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani and first appearing in The Brave and the Bold, Issue #60 (July 1965) as one of the founding members of the Teen Titans. Over the years, her origin story has been changed several times, and she has battled evil under various identities including Wonder Girl (see below), Donna Troy, Troia, Goddess of the Moon and Darkstar. Her ability to remember the different versions of herself has established her as a living link to the DC Multiverse. She also served as Wonder Woman during the year-long absence of her sister Diana following Infinite Crisis.
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WizKids
DC HeroClix: Cosmic Justice
Donna Troy (Limited Edition)

DC Direct
Infinite Crisis
(Series 2)
Action Figure
Donna Troy

DC Direct
Wonder Woman
(Series 1)
Action Figure
Donna Troy as
Wonder Woman

DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

PVC Statue
Donna Troy

Eaglemoss
DC Comics Super Heroes Collection Figurine
Donna Troy (#22)

NECA/WizKids
DC Heroclix: DC 75th Anniversary
Donna Troy

DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

Mini-Figure
(Series 2)
Donna Troy
   
 
A longtime enemy of Wonder Woman and an occasional foil for The Atom, Giganta possesses the superhuman ability to increase her physical size and mass, effectively transforming into a giantess. Her first appearance was in Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #9 (1944) and she was created by writer William Moulton Marston and artist Harry G. Peter. >> Learn More
 
WizKids
DC HeroClix: Giants Collecter's Set
Giganta

Mattel
DC Universe: Justice League Unlimited Fan Collection
Action Figure
2-Pack
Giganta
(4 Inch)

Mattel
DC Universe: Justice League Unlimited Fan Collection
Action Figure
2-Pack
Giganta
(8 Inch)

Mattel
DC Universe Classics
(Wave 8)
Collect & Connect
Action Figure
Giganta

Eaglemoss
DC Comics Super Heroes Collection
"Special" Figurine
Giganta
       
 

Queen Hippolyta is based on Hippolyte, queen of the Amazons in Greek mythology, and is the mother of Wonder Woman and the adoptive mother of Donna Troy. The comic book incarnation of Hippolyta first appeared in All Star Comics, Issue #8 (December 1941). >> Learn More

 
MEGO
Wonder Woman Doll
Queen Hippolyte

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Origin
Hippolyta

DC Direct
Women of the DC Universe
(Series 3)
Bust
Hippolyta as Wonder Woman
           
 
(Thomas Andrew Tresser) "Nemesis" first appeared in The Brave and the Bold, Issue #166 (September 1980), and was created by Cary Burkett and Dan Spiegle. Thomas Andrew Tresser is a vigilante, turned operative for the U.S. government and a master of disguise. After the events of Infinite Crisis, Nemesis aids government agent Diana Prince (Wonder Woman in disguise) in the rescue of Donna Troy from several of the Amazon's villains. Nemesis is part of the newly re-opened Department of Metahuman Affairs under Sarge Steel. Nemesis was killed in Catwoman #62. >> Learn More
 


Mattel
DC Universe: Justice League Unlimited Fan Collection
Action Figure
Nemesis

               
 
Formed from clay as a twin to Diana (Wonder Woman), the dark skinned Nubia was kidnapped by Mars, who raised her, controlling her mind so that she would help him bring down the Amazons. Nubia was created by writer Robert Kanigher and artist Don Heck and first appeared in Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #204 (January 1973). The modern version of the character, renamed Nu'Bia, was created by writer Doselle Young and artist Brian Denham and first appeared in Wonder Woman, Vol. 2, Annual #8 (1999). >> Learn More
 
MEGO
Wonder Woman Doll
Nubia

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Unleashed
Nu'Bia
             
 
Silver Swan first appeared in Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, Issue #288 (February 1982), and was created by writer Roy Thomas and artist Gene Colan. There have been three Silver Swans - Pre-Crisis: Helen Alexandros who becomes Silver Swan #1 after promising Mars that she will destroy Wonder Woman in exchange for beauty; Post-Crisis: Valerie Beaudry who becomes Silver Swan #2 at the hand of Henry Cobb Armbruster who first used her to battle Wonder Woman; Modern Age: Vanessa Kapatelis who becomes Silver Swan #3 when Dr. Psycho and Circe use periodical mental conditioning and physical implants to gradually transform her and turn her against Wonder Woman. >> Learn More
 
WizKids
DC HeroClix: Unleashed
Silver Swan
               
 
Steve Trevor first appeared in All Star Comics, Issue #8 (December 1941), and was created by William Moulton Marston. Steve Trevor was an intelligence officer in the United States Army during World War II whose plane crashed in the isolated homeland of the Amazons. He was nursed back to health by the Amazon princess Diana, who fell in love with him and followed him when he returned to the outside world, where she became Wonder Woman (and also his coworker, Diana Prince.) Steve Trevor was portrayed as an American military hero who often fought battles both alone and alongside Wonder Woman. >> Learn More
 
MEGO
Wonder Woman Doll
Steve Trevor
               
 
Superwoman is an evil counterpart of Wonder Woman from a parallel universe and a member of the Crime Syndicate of America, a villainous counterpart of the Justice League of America from the parallel world of "Earth-Three" (vs. the Justice League's world of "Earth-One"). Superwoman, like Wonder Woman, was an Amazon, and possessed similar powers of super-strength and flight. Unlike most/all other versions, her magic lasso could change shape into any form she desired. The Earth-3 Superwoman was created by writer Gardner Fox and artist Mike Sekowsky and first appeared in Justice League of America, Vol. 1, Issue #29 (August 1964) >> Learn More
 
DC Direct
Classic Crime Syndicate
Action Figure
Superwoman

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Legacy
Superwoman

Mattel
DC Universe: Justice League Unlimited Fan Collection
(Wave 3)
Action Figure
Superwoman

Mattel
DC Universe Classics: Crime Syndicate of Amerika
Action Figure
5-Pack
Superwoman

DC Collectibles
Crime Syndicate:
Forever Evil

Action Figure
Superwoman
       
 

Three fictional Wonder Girl characters have appeared as superheroines in DC Comics. The original was a younger version of Wonder Woman. The second and third are protégés of Wonder Woman, and members of different incarnations of the Teen Titans - Donna Troy and Cassandra Sandsmark:

 
Created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani and first appearing in The Brave and the Bold, Issue #60 (July 1965) as one of the founding members of the Teen Titans. >> Learn more
 
MEGO
World's Greatest
Super-Gals!
Doll
Wondergirl

DC Direct
The New Teen Titans
PVC Figure Set
Wonder Girl

DC Direct
Silver Age Deluxe Action Figure Set
Wonder Woman
& Wonder Girl

DC Direct
DC Comics Pocket Super Heroes
(Series 2,
Asst. 3)
Action Figure
2-Pack
Silver Age Speedy
& Wonder Girl

DC Direct
Women of the DC Universe
(Series 1)
Bust
Donna Troy
(Wonder Girl)

DC Direct
Infinite Crisis
(Series 2)
Action Figure
Wonder Girl

WizKids
DC HeroClix:
Crisis
Silver Age Wonder Girl (Donna Troy)

WizKids
DC HeroClix:
Crisis
Wonder Girl
(Donna Troy)

Mattel
DC Universe Classics
(Wave 13)
Action Figure
Donna Troy
(Wonder Girl)
 
DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

PVC Statue
Donna Troy as Wonder Girl

Tonner
DC Stars
Character Figure
Doll
Donna Troy as
Wonder Girl

DC Collectibles
Super Best
Friends Forever

PVC Figure &
Super Secret
Storage Box
Wonder Girl

Figures Toy Co.
World's Greatest Heroes!
Teen Titans
(Series 1)
Action Figure
Wonder Girl
         
   
 
Created by John Byrne, and first appearing in Wonder Woman, Vol. 2, Issue #105 (January 1996), she is the half-human daughter of Zeus.
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DC Direct
Contemporary Teen Titans
(Series 1)
Action Figure
Wonder Girl

WizKids
DC HeroClix: Origin
Wonder Girl

DC Direct
Women of the DC Universe
(Series 2)
Bust
Wonder Girl

Mattel
DC Universe Infinite Heroes: Crisis
(Series 1, Wave 2, 4, 5)
& 75 Years of Super Power
(Wave 3)
Action Figure
Wonder Girl

DC Direct
Ame-Comi
Heroine-Series

PVC Statue
Wonder Girl

Eaglemoss
DC Comics Super Heroes Collection
Figurine
Wonder Girl (#117)

DC Collectibles
DC Comics
(The New 52):
Teen Titans

Action Figure
Wonder Girl
   
 
   
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