Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston, his wife Elizabeth Holloway Marston and his girlfriend Olive Byrne and family. Elizabeth suggested that Moulton's new superhero be a woman and Olive was the visual inspiration for Wonder Woman
Standing: Byrne Marston, Moulton (Pete) Marston, Olive Byrne Richard. Seated: Marjorie Wilkes, Olive Ann Marston. William Moulton Marston, Donn Marston, Elizabeth Holloway Marston
Wonder Woman's first appearance in All Star Comics #8, December 1941
Wonder Woman's first cover in Sensation Comics #1 in January 1942
Early Wonder Woman catching criminals.
Wonder Woman is added to the Justice Society of America... as a secretary, in All-Star Comics #13 (October-November 1942)
Wonder Woman's views on marrying Steve Trevor in the 1940s.
Wonder Woman was very focused on her romance in the 1950s comics, after the soldiers returned from the war.
Wonder Woman lost her powers in the 1960s and took up martial arts.
In 1972, Wonder Woman was featured on the cover of Ms. Magazine, leading to the return of her powers in the comics.
Lynda Carter played Diana Prince/Wonder Woman in the TV series that lasted from 1975-1979.
Lynda Carter as Diana Prince, Wonder Woman's alter-ego in the TV series.
Due to the popularity of the TV show, Wonder Woman was included in the 1980s superhero Underoos line for children.
Wonder Woman was a lot more physically powerful in the 1980s.
There were a number of attempts to change Wonder Woman's appearance over the years. This is one attempt at a costume change.
Wonder Woman wore pants in a controversial costume change.
In 2011, there was an attempt to do another TV series based on Wonder Woman, starring Adrianne Palicki, which never aired.
Wonder Woman's appearance in the DC Comics universe redesign, the New 52.
A new version of Wonder Woman's history by Ray Dillon and Rene de Liz.
Wonder Woman is part of a group of young superheroes in training in the animated web series DC Super Hero Girls, directly aimed at young female fans.
After a series of superhero Bombshells figures do well on the market, the characters are spun off into their own comic book series set in WWII.
Wonder Woman's weapon, which compels the character inside of it to speak the truth.
Wonder Woman has an invisible jet that allows her to travel with stealth. This shot is from the 1970s TV series with Lynda Carter.
Kangas are alien beings that resemble kangaroos who live on Themiscyra where Wonder Woman grew up. Hers is named Jumpa.
Hippolyta is Queen of the Amazons and the mother of Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman's love interest through most of her history. Trevor crash landing on Themiscyra is why Wonder Woman leaves to fight crime in his world in most of her origin stories.
In the New 52 and the upcoming Wonder Woman film, the god Zeus is Diana's father.
The god of War and often a major villain in the world of Wonder Woman.
The ladies of Holliday College who often assist Wonder Woman with crimefighting.
One of Wonder Woman's allies who will be seen in the upcoming film.
This animated film from 2009 had Kerri Russell voicing the role of Wonder Woman.
The Wonder Woman LEGO minifig was featured in the 2014 animated film and voiced by Cobie Smulders.
Justice League Unlimited was one of a number of animated series that ran from 2004-2006. Wonder Woman was voiced by Susan Eisenberg.
This life-like Hot Toys figure is one of the many Wonder Woman toys popping up around the upcoming feature film.
The redesigned costume worn by Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.
Gad Gadot played Wonder Woman, seen for the first time live on the big screen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Gal Gadot in a shot from the first live-action Wonder Woman film. The film will premiere on June 2, 2017.
The women who influence Diana growing up on Themyscira in the upcoming Wonder Woman live-action film.
In the upcoming live-action Wonder Woman film, Chris Pine plays love interest Steve Trevor.
In the live-action Wonder Woman film, Diana's mother Hippolyta is played by Connie Neilsen.
A shot of Wonder Woman with The Flash and Batman from the upcoming film Justice League.