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|As a result of the 2011 initiative, the New 52, the entire line of DC characters was relaunched, incorporating properties belonging to the company's imprints: Wildstorm, Milestone, and Vertigo. As such, elements of this character's history have been altered in some way from the previous incarnation's. For a complete list of all versions of this character, see our disambiguation page.|
Steve was on a mission with the US Navy when his plane crash-landed on the island of Themyscira. Steve was the only survivor, and was discovered by Diana of Themyscira, badly wounded. The Amazons nursed Steve back to health, while Diana in particular took a special interest in him. The Amazons held a contest to determine which among them would escort Steve back to Man's World and champion the Amazons' message of peace, and Diana eagerly won, despite being told that she could never return to the island after she left.
Steve and Diana arrived on US soil and Diana was quickly arrested, despite Steve's best efforts to defend her from his fellow government agents. Diana was bestowed with incredible gifts by her patron Gods of Olympus shortly thereafter, and Steve helped Diana get used to the ways of Man's World, alongside Etta Candy and Barbara Minerva. Steve and Diana became romantically entangled, until Wonder Woman fought Phobos and Deimos, who altered Diana and Steve's minds. This caused them to drift apart, though they still retained feelings for one another.
Steve was later given the role of liaison from the world to the Justice League. He was a target of the media for his rumored relationship with Wonder Woman, and usually mocked for the apparent failure of it.
Steve was later captured by the villain David Graves and tortured for access codes to the Justice League's command base. Wonder Woman was visibly shaken by the sight and furiously attacked Graves, without her team's support.
Re-united with Diana
After Wonder Woman's discovery that aspects of her past had been altered, she came across Steve and some of his fellow soldiers who had been captured by Colonel Andres Cadulo. Cadulo intended to sacrifice them to the plant god Urzkartaga and become the human embodiment of the god, using Steve's body as a vessel for his transformation. Diana stopped him with Steve's help, and the two soon rekindled their romance and began dating officially. Steve accompanied Diana on her journey to discover the truth about her past, helping her avoid the clutches of Veronica Cale's Godwatch team in the process. Afterwards, Steve and Diana moved in together.
- Pickup truck
- Steve Trevor was created by William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peter, first appearing in All-Star Comics #8. However, in the Prime Earth continuity Steve Trevor first appeared as part of the New 52 DC Universe in Justice League (Volume 2) #3 by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee.
- Steve is dating Wonder Woman (Diana of Themyscira).
- The identification sequence of Steve Trevor's phone (Whiskey Mike Mike, One-Nine-Four-Two) is a reference for William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, and 1942, the year of release of the first printed of Wonder Woman #1.
- The code word of his voice I.D. (Steven Rockwell Trevor) in the Picket command is Sandy, his goddaughter's name.
- In DC Rebirth he has two different full names: Steven Howard Trevor and Steven Rockwell Trevor.
- 139 Appearances of Steven Trevor (Prime Earth)
- 42 Images featuring Steven Trevor (Prime Earth)
- 14 Quotations by or about Steven Trevor (Prime Earth)
- Character Gallery: Steven Trevor (Prime Earth)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor Special #1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Justice League (Volume 3) #13
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Justice League (Volume 2) #12
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Wonder Woman (Volume 5) #2
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Wonder Woman (Volume 5) #4
- ↑ Wonder Woman (Volume 5) #8
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Wonder Woman (Volume 5) #25
- ↑ Wonder Woman (Volume 5) #7
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Wonder Woman (Volume 5) #9
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