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Wonder Woman is a minor character in the T.V. series, Harley Quinn. She is one of the most powerful superheroes on Earth and a member of the Justice League.


Wonder Woman is an amazon with light skin, dark long hair and light blue eyes. As Wonder Woman, she wears a red armor body plate that bears a gold eagle-shaped breastplate, and a matching golden W-shaped belt plate. Below this is a blue skirt and knee-high dark red armored combat boots.



Diana is the daughter of Queen Hippolyta and raised on the all-female Island of Themyscira. She was given power by the Gods to fight against evil in all its forms. She became one of the leaders of the Justice League alongside Superman and Batman.

As seen in "So You Need a Crew?", in the 1980s the three of them helped take down Queen of Fables after she almost conquered Gotham City with her army of storybook characters and had Zatanna Zatara put her in a U.S. Tax Code book as punishment.

Season 1

"So You Need a Crew?"

Wonder Woman was first seen when fighting Doctor Psycho on live TV. He uses his telekinesis to throw cars at her which she easily block with her shield. When she mocks him for not fighting her with his own hands, he conjured two spectral, telekinetic hands and began to strangle her. He laughed at her in glee until she smashed her bracelets together, releasing a pulse that blasted away the spectral hands and sent him flying into a pole. Having hurt his head, he angrily called her a cunt which shocked the world and resulted in the villain community turning their backs on him.

"Finding Mr. Right"

Wonder Woman watched Batman's fight with Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and the Joker on the Tawny Young Show while eating "Wonder O's" cereal in her pajamas. She watched in horror as the Joker kidnapped Robin.

"Devil's Snare"

Wonder Woman captures Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy

Wonder Woman, along with her Justice League colleagues Superman, Flash, and Green Lantern arrives in Gotham City to stop Scarecrow's mutated tree monsters from taking over the city. Wonder Woman defeated a bunch of trees with the blast from her bracelets, effectively saving Harley and her crew. However, they captured them, believing them to be responsible for the chaos due to Poison Ivy's ability to control plants. Superman prepared to banish them to the Phantom Zone, but Ivy managed to grab onto Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth and wrap it around herself, proving they were innocent. Superman closed the portal and demanded to know who was responsible but before they could learn the truth Queen of Fables showed up and trapped them all in her storybook as revenge for the past.

Season 2

"A Fight Worth Fighting For"

After Doctor Psycho took over Gotham by mind-controlling Darkseid's Parademons, Harley realized that she needed to get the Justice League back to stop him and clean up her mess. She tracked down Queen of Fables' story book and had Batman call Zatanna Zatara who used a spell to free them. They were thankful to be back, claiming how that place was hell. Batman brought them up to speed on what had happened while they were gone and they left to take down the Parademon army.

"Lovers' Quarrel"

Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman fought back against the Parademon infestation in Gotham. Wonder Woman kidnaps a Parademon and demands to know where Doctor Psycho is, using her Lasso of Truth to compel it to speak. However, since she doesn't understand Parademon, she looks to Superman for translation help, who is offended; she thinks he knows all alien languages based on being an alien himself, although he eventually admits that he does know some Parademon. After taking down the Parademons, the League goes after Poison Ivy who is being mind-controlled by Doctor Psycho.

Poison Ivy, we know that you're under Doctor Psycho's mind-control. So I give you this warning. I, Kal-El, do say-
Wonder Woman
We don't wanna have to take you out but if you don't give us another option, we will. That's what he was getting to.
— Wonder Woman grows inpatient

Wonder Woman fights King Shark

Wonder Woman cuts through her vines with her sword but Psycho soon sends mind-controlled Clayface and King Shark to aide Ivy. Wonder Woman saved Batman from Ivy's plants and cuts her way through them with her sword until Clayface comes in between them and she is quickly enveloped by Clayface. Wonder Woman then explodes out of Clayface only to be immediately hit by a car thrown by Ivy. She quickly regroups and comes after Ivy again, only for Harley to try and stop her, telling her about how she and Ivy spent her bachelorette party saving Themyscira. When Wonder Woman pays her no mind, Harley angrily jumps on Wonder Woman's sword, causing her to cut herself, making King Shark go crazy with blood-lust and chase her.

Wonder Woman lured King Shark into Mister Freeze's Fortress, where he quickly begins slipping on the ice, allowing Wonder Woman to knock him down. He rises again to bite her, but breaks his teeth on her gold bracelets, at which point she smashes his face with her shield, taking him out of the fight at last. She leaves her there and joins up with her team mates who follows Poison Ivy to the rood of Wayne Tower. While Superman uses his laser vision to remove Ivy's plants, Wonder Woman captures her with her Lasso of Truth. Believing her to be too dangerous to let be, the Justice League prepare to have her sent to the Phantom Zone. However, before they can do anything, Psycho controlled Ivy into releasing her pheromones on the Trinity who became too horny and focused on each other to continue the fight.

"Something Borrowed, Something Green"

Outside Gotham City Hall, Wonder Woman, alongside other heroes, is given a key to the city from the Mayor of Gotham as a thanks for their efforts saving the city from the Parademon invasion.

Powers and Abilities


  • Amazonian Physiology
    • Superhuman Strength
    • Superhuman Durability
    • Superhuman Stamina
    • Flight


  • Skilled Acrobat
  • Master Combatant
  • Weaponry


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

Episode Appearances

Season 1

Season 2


  • Unlike her other carnations, Wonder Woman has a W-shaped brooch or necklace. This necklace is likely inspired off of her New 52 design, wherein she shared the Mandarin collar look with Superman, Green Lantern and Aquaman.