- Ares: The God of War, Ares (or Mars, as he was referred to in the Golden Age) is one of Wonder Woman's oldest villains, and directly responsible for much of the Amazons' negative history. Over the years, he has empowered many others to become villains as well to stand against Wonder Woman.
- Cheetah: Several individuals have taken this codename over the years, some are simply women wearing a cheetah costume while others are mutated.
- Priscilla Rich: The Golden Age Cheetah, a woman suffering from multiple personality disorder.
- Deborah Domaine: The Silver Age Cheetah, the niece of Priscilla Rich who was brainwashed into taking over the mantle.
- Barbara Ann Minerva: The Post-Crisis Cheetah and the current bearer of the name. She was a British archaeologist who was bestowed with the powers of the Cheetah during a ritual by the god Urzkartaga.
- Sebastian Ballesteros: An Argentine entrepreneur who briefly stole the powers of the Cheetah from Minerva.
- Circe: The witch of Aeaea and a powerful and immortal sorceress. Believing Wonder Woman to be the other witch featured in a prophecy by the goddess Hecate, Circe devoted herself to destroying Diana.
- Villainy, Inc.: A group of women who banded together in order to escape from Transformation Island.
- Blue Snowman: A woman who dressed as a man and used a telescopic snow ray to freeze her targets in blue snow.
- Doctor Poison I: A Japanese princess and expert of toxicology.
- Eviless: A slaver from Saturn and the founder of Villainy, Inc.
- Giganta: A brilliant scientist with the power to change her size at will.
- Hypnota: A sideshow hypnotist.
- Queen Clea: Ruler of Venturia, an Atlantean city where women held power over men.
- Zara: Self-styled "priestess of the Crimson Flame," a former child-slave who set up a cult around her false ability to wield flames.
- Baroness Paula Von Gunther: A Nazi spy and noblewoman, she successfully reformed and joined the Amazons as one of their chief physicians.
- Doctor Psycho: A dwarf with mind control powers and a hatred of women - Wonder Woman in particular.
- Duke of Deception: For a long time, the primary agent of Ares. Often aided by the Earl of Greed and Count of Conquest.
- Gundra: A valkyrie who had allied herself with the Nazis during World War II.
- Mask: Nina Close, a victim of domestic violence who lashed out against her husband and other abusive husbands in a spree of murder.
- Minister Blizzard: Prime Minister of Iceberg Land.
- Queen Atomia: Queen of a subatomic universe, she sought to conquer Earth after growing to human size.
- Angle Man: Italian thief who uses a special "Angler" that can alter angles and cause people to lose their balance.
- Children of Ares: Ares sired many children (including Hippolyta), and several opposed Diana and the Amazons. The name itself is used for five boys who were born to Amazons through mysterious virgin births.
- Crimson Centipede
- Doctor Cyber: Powerful crimeboss who suffers from body dysmorphic disorder and hides her scarred face behind a mask.
- Egg Fu
- Mouse Man
- Baron Blitzkrieg
- Nikos Aegeus: Warrior empowered by Bellerophon.
- Osira: Alien masquerading as an Egyptian queen.
- Red Panzer
- Silver Swan I: An agent of Ares who gained supernatural strength and beauty after vowing to destroy Wonder Woman.
- Dark Angel: The Donna Troy of Earth-Seven, a witch whose life goal is to torture Donna and her loved ones for living the life which was stolen from her.
- Decay: The offspring of Medusa, used by Deimos and Phobos during Wonder Woman's earliest days in the United States.
- Devastation: An Anti-Wonder Woman, created by Cronus in much the same way Wonder Woman was, and empowered by his children to serve as her antithesis and tool of her destruction.
- Genocide: A powerful, soulless warrior created by the Society, empowered by the Lasso of Truth.
- Hades: God of the Underworld, Hades or Pluto is usually portrayed as benevolent but neutral, though he has plotted against Wonder Woman as well.
- Medusa: the powerful Gorgon who could turn people to stone with a glance
- Queen of Fables: An extra-dimensional sorceress who mistook Wonder Woman for her mortal enemy Snow White and seeks her destruction.
- Shim'Tar : Champion of the Bana-Mighdall; while later incarnations were allies, initially they were enemies.
- Silver Swan II: A mutant whose abusive husband had used her as a weapon.
- Silver Swan III: Formerly Wonder Woman's best friend, Vanessa Kapatelis was briefly manipulated by Circe into becoming the third Silver Swan.
- Veronica Cale: A self-made millionaire and CEO who, like Lex Luthor to Superman, hates Wonder Woman who was born with the privilege of powers out of jealousy and contempt.
- Villainy, Inc.: A second incarnation of the team, this time led by Queen Clea.
- Cyborgirl: Niece of Sarah Charles, a former drug addict who had most of her body replaced by cybernetics.
- Doctor Poison II: The original Doctor Poison's granddaughter.
- Jinx: Primarily a Teen Titans villain, the Indian sorceress later joined the female villain-team.
- Trinity: A virus bent on destruction.
- White Magician: Main antagonist of Artemis during her brief tenure as Wonder Woman, a wizard who created several other monster-of-the-week villains before facing her himself - which led to both their deaths.
- First Born: In the New 52, the First Born was the nameless son of Zeus and Hera who tried to take over all of Olympus and eradicate all his fellow siblings for dominance.
- Grail: The half-Amazon daughter of Darkseid. She fought against Wonder Woman during Darkseid War and helped Darkseid kill several gods, including Zeus to help the tyrant regain his powers.
- Hera: In the New 52, Hera briefly opposed Wonder Woman as the Amazon princess was a bastard child of her husband Zeus.
Minor villains have not yet been added.
History of rogues gallery has not yet been written.
- Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
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- Wonder Woman (Volume 5)
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Transportation: None known.
Weapons: None known.
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