Wonder Woman is one of the most powerful warriors of peace and equality on Earth. He was among the first superheroes to become a member of the Justice League.
Wonder Woman is often used as an ideal example of a female superhero in comics. Initially, Wonder Woman is said to have come from a clay statue that was given the life of a Greek god, but later, its origins were changed to be the son of the god Zeus and queen Hippolyta.
The emergence of Wonder Woman in the golden age, making it the first female superhero that stands out. Psychologist William Moulton Marston created the Wonder Woman character as a reaction due to the proliferation of male superheroes (Superman, Batman, Captain America) and the lack of female superhero characters. He also hopes that his character can be an inspiration for children, especially girls.
Marston was moved to create the character of Wonder Woman after seeing the success of his wife academically, when women were not very successful. That is why some of the early Wonder Woman comic series contain many guides for women, such as guidelines for choosing the right career.
In addition, the Amazon princess comic also presents a series of stories of successful women entitled “Wonder Woman of History”.
Marston introduced the character Wonder Woman in All Star Comics # 8 in 1941. Wonder Woman became the main character in Sensation Comics in 1941, and finally got his solo comic in 1942.