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"The Origin of Wonder Woman": This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #1.



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Synopsis for "The Origin of Wonder Woman"

This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #1.

Appearing in "This is the Story of Wildcat"

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  • Flint

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Synopsis for "This is the Story of Wildcat"

This story is reprinted from Sensation Comics #1.

Notes

  • In the Golden Age, Steve Trevor was a member of U.S. Army Intelligence, although later issues will establish him as a member of the Air Force.

Trivia

  • Hippolyta's name is also spelled Hippolyte in many of the original stories.
  • Hippolyta's hair color appears to alternate depending upon the era. In the Golden Age, she had dark brown hair. In the Silver Age, Hippolyta's hair was blonde, and in the modern age it was black.



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