- "I am Wonder Woman!"
- ―Wonder Woman in LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash
Wonder Woman has long wavy black hair, with her signature golden tiara with a red star in the middle. She has black eyebrows, eyelashes on her black eyes with white pupils, and her mouth is decorated with dark red lipstick, her head is double sided - one side is smiling and the other is angry. Her torso is mainly red, with a golden W at the the top. She has printing on her legs which shows blue, starred tights and red boots. She comes with her golden lasso of truth as her accessory. The legs and hairpiece are made in China.
In the video games
Wonder Woman has super strength, invincibility, a boomerang tiara (tiara-rang), can fly, and can use her Lasso of Truth to pull some grapple handles and to attack enemies. In the DS and 3DS games she doesn't have invincibility.
Her Prime Earth appearance in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is nearly identical to her physical appearance. But leans towards her comic book counterpart where she has her trademark bracelets and the pants are replace with star printed trunks.
Diana Prince is an Amazon from the island of Themyscira and her mother, Hippolyta, is their queen. As a baby, Diana was blessed with abilities by Greek goddesses and Hermes (the only god who blessed her). A contest was held to search for a woman to see who would help "Man's World". Diana won and left Themyscira to use her abilities to help people in "Man's world" as the super heroine Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman is also a member of the Justice League which also includes other super heroes such as Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, and occasionally Batgirl, Nightwing, Huntress, Zatanna, Hawkman, Hawkgirl and Captain Marvel. Wonder Woman occasionally helps out the Birds of Prey, a team of female superheroes.
Wonder Woman's love interests include Batman, Steve Trevor and Superman but she has shown attraction to The Flash.
In LEGO Batman 2
- "Don't let go yet!"
- ―Wonder Woman to Superman
In the consoles version, Wonder Woman is one of the Justice League members The Martian Manhunter is monitoring while he to Bruce Wayne. Later under Martain Manhunter's request, she arrives in Gotham and helps Superman hold Wayne Tower in place while it is being attacked by The Joker and Lex Luthor's robot until Green Lantern and The Flash repair the foundation. You can play as her on the last level as she helps Batman, Robin, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Cyborg finish off the robot.
Her invisible jet also appears as the minikit model on the last level and may be used in the hub after all ten minikits are found.
In the portable version, Wonder Woman is one of the Justice League members who arrive to help Batman and Superman defeat Lex Luthor outside Wayne Tower, you can play as her on the last level. She costs 100,000 studs.
The LEGO Movie
- "To the Invisible Jet! Dang it."
- ―Wonder Woman to Batman
In The LEGO Movie, Wonder Woman is among the Master Builders to meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. When Bad Cop's forces invade Cloud Cuckoo Land, Wonder Woman's invisible jet is destroyed alongside the Batmobile. She is later abducted by the forces and placed into the Think Tank.
LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham
Batman and Robin alert Martian Manhunter and Green Lantern to the presence of Brainiac's ship, but are interrupted when the arrival of Luthor's group causes a Watchtower lockdown. Green Lantern goes to investigate Brainiac's ship, leaving Martian Manhunter to send out a distress signal to the rest of the Justice League. Batman and Robin take a rocket into space and are joined by the Flash, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Cyborg at the Watchtower. The group break in to find the ship in disarray and the Joker in control of the main computer. Batman and Superman subdue all the villains, and the League prepare to return to Earth, but are halted when Brainiac sends a transmission to the Watchtower, revealing his plan: to use the combined powers of the Lantern Corps to charge a shrink ray which will miniaturize Earth, allowing Brainiac to add it to his growing collection of planets.
Begrudgingly, Luthor suggests an alliance with the League to fight the common enemy, and Batman concedes. While Superman flies out into space and attempts to stop the shrink ray reaching Earth, the others make their way to the Watchtower's control room in order to use the ship's mechanical arms to grapple onto Brainiac's spaceship and board it. Once there, they are ambushed by Green Lantern, who, it turns out, was brainwashed by Brainiac during his investigation of the spaceship. Robin tries to talk him out of his trance as he did with Batman, but the others cut him off and seal Green Lantern out of the ship. Green Lantern returns to Brainiac's spaceship and takes his place in the shrink ray, allowing Brainiac, having now acquired all the Lanterns, to finally activate it. While Superman tries to keep it at bay, the others manage to successfully latch onto the UFO and infiltrate it.
Making their way to the heart of the ship, the group confront Brainiac, who increases the strength of the shrink ray. Superman, who is still in the path of the beam, is unable to resist it any longer and falls to Earth, weakened. This overloads the shrink ray and causes it to explode, releasing all the Lanterns from hypnosis and instantly warping them all back to their home planets. Brainiac escapes to Earth in a smaller ship at the last minute as the UFO spirals out of control. Some of the group are hit by energy beams from the wayward Lanterns' rings, giving them the emotions associated with the Corps. Robin agrees to stay and watch them as their behaviour becomes erratic while Batman and Wonder Woman descend to Earth to tend to an injured Superman. They follow him to Paris, France where the impact of his crash-landing destroys the Eiffel Tower, which Batman promptly rebuilds in his own image.
Meanwhile, the out-of-control UFO crashes into the Watchtower and sends it spiralling towards the Moon, but Green Lantern, having returned from Oa, uses his ring to stop it. Cyborg corrects the course of the UFO and
sets its destination to Gotham. Back in Paris, Brainiac arrives and proceeds to shrink the city down to the size of a bottle; Superman, having recovered, rescues Paris before the villain can capture it. Brainiac moves onto London, England and then Pisa, Italy, only to have both attempts foiled in the same way. Finally, he travels to Gotham City and tries to shrink it as well, but is thwarted by Robin, Cyborg and their group of emotional misfits who have touched down in Gotham in the UFO. The Flash traps Brainiac and his ship in a makeshift cage, and everyone returns to the now-fixed Watchtower.
There, Robin tells the group that he managed to retain a fragment of the crystal holding the Lanterns' power from the shrink ray after the explosion. Superman subsequently formulates a plan: to use the supply of energy crystals stored at the Fortress of Solitude in tandem with Robin's shard to create a duplicate shrink ray in order to undo the effects of Brainiac's machine and re-grow the cities. However, in order for it to work, the powers of all the Lanterns are once again required, which is complicated by the fact that the explosion returned them all to their respective planets. Ultimately, the group splits up, and each team travels to a different Lantern planet to meet with the Corps and retrieve a sample of energy from their power rings.
With all the Lanterns' powers assembled, the group meet at the Fortress of Solitude and Superman gets to work on the duplicate shrink ray. After a brief skirmish with the Rogue Lanterns, whose power samples were taken by force, the machine is complete and Earth is returned to its normal size, along with all its cities. However, upon sending the Flash back to Gotham to check on Brainiac, he returns to report that both he and his ship have escaped the makeshift cage.
Brainiac arrives at the Fortress of Solitude and uses both the duplicate ray and his mind-control device to inflate Superman to gigantic proportions and send him on a destructive rampage across Earth. Without any Kryptonite, all of the group's attacks are powerless against the hypnotised Superman, until Batman has the idea of electrocuting him to snap him out of Brainiac's control, recalling his incident in the Batmobile. The group assemble a generator and shock Superman, to no effect. Robin then realizes that it was in fact his speech to Batman that broke the trance all along, not the electrocution, and Batman proceeds to deliver a heartfelt monologue to Superman. Gradually, Superman is released from Brainiac's control, and he destroys the villain's ship, sending it flying off into the depths of space. Brainiac himself is imprisoned.
Their mission complete, the members of the League return home, and the villains part ways with them, resuming their lives of crime. Luthor achieves his initial goal of becoming President - but this is only temporary, and both he and the Joker are thrown into jail, sharing a cell with Brainiac, who begins to formulate a plan to escape.
Description from LEGO Magazine
Gallery of Variants
- The Comics and Prime Earth depictions of Wonder Woman don't wear bracelets, but her movie variants do.
- The Dark Palace variant from the DC Super Hero-Girls sets is similar to her appearance in the God of War arc.
- In preliminary images of LEGO Batman 2, Wonder Woman's legs are flesh in the back and insides, rather than red. They are red in the final game.
- When Wonder Woman has her tiara posed to throw or in the air in LEGO Batman 2, it is never removed from her head. Also, when using her lasso to pull grapple handles, it has the appearance of a chain, rather than a golden lasso.
- Satele Shan, Faora, Captain Marvel, Talia Al Ghul and Maria Hill reuse her head.
- In The LEGO Movie, she is voiced by Cobie Smulders, who also plays Maria Hill in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
- Joss Whedon once hinted Cobie was considered to be Wonder Woman in a failed movie attempt.
- She has her Prime Earth variant in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. This variant has been released physically, albeit donning pants.
- In LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Gotham City Breakout, she kisses Batman’s cheek as a birthday present.
- Wonder Woman in LEGO DC Super-Villains is voiced by Susan Eisenberg who also voiced the character in the DC animated properties in addition to the Injustice video game series. In addition, Eisenberg also voice Mera in LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis.
- Her DC Super Hero Girls voice actor Grey Griffin voiced Catwoman in the Batman: Arkham series, Injustice series, and LEGO DC Super-Villains, and has also voiced Daphne Blake in the Scooby-Doo franchise.
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- LEGO Batman: The Visual Dictionary
- DC Comics Super Heroes: The Awesome Guide
The LEGO Movie
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