Wonder Woman is considered as one of the ultimate female superheroes. She is part of the Amazon tribe and is the founding member of the Justice League. Wonder Woman comes armed with the “Lasso of Truth,” a rope that while within its embrace compels you to tell the truth. We have Wonder Woman costumes in all styles and sizes including an adult Wonder Woman costume. Find Wonder Woman costumes for the superhero female in your life!
Wonder Woman is a DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston. She first appeared in All Star Comics #8 (December 1941). She is a warrior princess of the Amazons, she is also known as Diana of Themyscira, whose powers include superhuman strength, flight, super-speed, super-stamina, invulnerability, and super-agility. She is a masterful athlete and trained in many ancient and modern forms of armed and unarmed combat. She uses many weapons including her Lasso of Truth, which forces those bound by it to tell the truth; a pair of indestructible bracelets that can deflect gunfire; a tiara, which doubles as a throwing weapon, that can cut through diamond; and an invisible airplane. Later during her history, it is said that her bulletproof bracelets were formed from Athena’s shield, and that her Lasso of Truth was forged by Hephaestus from the golden girdle of Gaea and is virtually indestructible. Over the years, new abilities were added and her super-strength was increased. Her backstory has been adapted to provide new explanations of her powers.
Wonder Woman has her own comic series by DC Comics and is a member of the Justice Society of America. She was created during World War II as a character that was depicted fighting the Axis military forces. She was also made by Marston as a role model for women—being truthful, strong, and superior to men.
Wonder Woman appeared in her own TV series, “The New Adventures of Wonder Woman,” starring Lynda Carter from 1975-1979. She has also appeared in “Super Friends” (TV series 1973-1977), “The All-New Super Friends Hour” (1977-1978), “Challenge of the SuperFriends” (1978), “Super Friends” (1983), “Superfriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show” (1984) and the “Justice League” (2001-2006). The video Wonder Woman came out in 2009 with Keri Russell as the voice of Wonder Woman.
We'd like to thank each and every superhero who submitted their good deeds to the Wonder Woman Costume for a Cause Contest. Through your amazing submissions we were reminded that you need not be born with superpowers and a cape to channel the charitable spirits and heroic deeds of your favorite superheroes.
Special congratulations go to our grand prize winner, Terrill Johnson of Murray, Kentucky. She donated much needed supplies to a domestic crisis center in her community and looked darn good doing it!
You can also view the original contest video here to learn more about the Wonder Woman Costume for a Cause Contest:
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