- Note: This page is for her Injustice universe counterpart only. For the heroic one, see here.
|“||How dare you. I'm an Amazon.||„|
|~ Wonder Woman to Deathstroke, before their fight.|
|“||After Metropolis, Superman showed me the truth. Man's aggression cannot be tempered. Only quelled.||„|
|~ Wonder Woman.|
|“||Your world's Amazons must be weak-willed if you are their queen!||„|
|~ Wonder Woman to the prime universe's Wonder Woman.|
|“||This therapy session's over.||„|
|~ Wonder Woman after defeating Scarecrow.|
Diana Prince, also known as Wonder Woman, is a twisted alternate version of the heroic main-universe Wonder Woman and the secondary antagonist of the Injustice series.
She is the secondary antagonist of the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game and comic series, and one of the main characters of Injustice 2. She served as the right hand for Superman's One-Earth Government Regime. She is also his replacement love interest following Lois Lane's death (even though Deathstroke condescendingly refers to her as Superman's "rebound girl" to mock her).
In contrast to mainstream Wonder Woman, this version of Diana was a vengeful, bloodthirsty, arrogant hypocrite who, even before the creation of the Regime, expressed delight in Superman's shift to a more militant worldview and fully supported it, refusing to ever let him doubt himself. Furthermore, by supporting his worldview, she ended up corrupting him into something far worse.
She was voiced by Susan Eisenberg, who also previous Wonder Woman incarnations, such as in the Justice League animated series, Justice League Unlimited, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, DC Universe Online and Justice League: Doom.
Diana, daughter of Hippolyta, was born on Paradise Island and was trained to be a great fighter by her Amazon sisters. However, despite being gifted by the gods, Diana lacked a certain moral goodness that her aunt Antiope said she could never teach her niece.
During World War II, a man by the name of Steve Trevor washed up on Paradise Island and was discovered by Diana, who grew sympathetic of his cause to stop the evil perpetrated by the Nazis. Against the wishes of her Amazon sisters, Diana returned with Trevor to man's world (the Amazons' name for the rest of the Earth), taking the alias ''Wonder Woman''. There, Diana and Trevor fell in love as they fought side-by-side in World War II for the Allies. Despite this, however, Diana became traumatized by the capacity for evil that man as a gender was capable of.
After witnessing the deaths of multiple civilians and children, Diana was convinced to return home to Paradise Island by Trevor to retrieve the Lasso of Truth to interrogate German POWs. However, while they were there, Trevor attempted to steal the lasso behind Wonder Woman's back, blowing his cover as a spy for the Nazis. Having been betrayed by the man she loved, Diana killed him and grew colder than she had ever been before.
Diana returned to human society and joined a superhero group known as the Justice League, which would save the world multiple times, even helping end World War II.
Diana is among the members of the Justice League who attempt to locate Lois Lane after she is kidnapped by the Joker. She notices a dockhand run away as she approaches him and bounds him in her Lasso of Truth. He reveals that Joker and Harley Quinn hijacked a submarine and sank beneath the waves. After Superman takes it out of the water and opens it, he is exposed to the Scarecrow's fear gas. He flies high into the air with what he believes to be Doomsday.
When Joker and Harley leave the submarine, they are subdued by Green Lantern. Batman and The Flash appear shortly thereafter in order to confront Joker. When Diana offers to bound Joker with the Lasso, Bruce disagrees, saying whatever cruel things come out of his mouth will not be truthful. Joker reveals the Scarecrow's fear gas, the nuclear device he stole from the submarine and the trigger for the bomb. Diana watches in horror as Metropolis is destroyed by a huge nuclear explosion.
In the ruins of Metropolis, Diana comforts Superman as he holds the corpse of Lois Lane. She agrees to watch over Lois as Superman flies away. When Superman begins to police the world on his own, Diana confronts him in Bialya and tells him that he needs to clean himself up before speaking to the world. She stands by him as he reveals his public identity and announces his mission to protect the world, no matter the cost of his actions.
Following the kidnapping of Martha and Jonathan Kent, Diana makes a call to arms to the other members of the Justice League to help Superman and depose those who would seek to harm Superman. When a member of the Flash's Rogues reveals the location of Mirror Master, Diana and the League travel there. She bounds Evan in her Lasso of Truth and reveals the location of the Kents.
Diana is later seen fighting off various tanks and soldiers while being watched by Ares. He comments on how she left Themyscira on a mission of peace but is now a soldier of war. Diana simply replies that "Sometimes peace needs to be fought for." Diana realizes that Ares fears the union that she would create with Kal-El, and fights him to no avail. As he is about to kill Diana, Superman appears and subdues the God of War. She cuts off Ares' hand and thrusts her sword through his chest.
When Aquaman's soldiers attack a fishing ship, Diana is one of the first Leaguers to respond. She tries to reason with him first diplomatically, but one of the Atlantean soldiers hits her face with an energy blast. She then begins to attack the rest of the soldiers and rescue the fishermen aboard the ship. Orin grabs Diana and drags her beneath the waves, only to be saved by Shazam.
Diana later subdues a riot in Australia in retaliation against Superman's League. She takes down a mock hero named Galaxor quickly. She is present in Arkham Asylum Superman announces his plans to empty the asylum, and fights Solomon Grundy and other prisoners when they are released by Harley Quinn.
Black Adam's rampage through a country neighboring Kahndaq is met with force from Diana, Kal-El and Billy Batson. Diana bounds Adam and forces him to say his magic word, reverting him to Teth-Adam. She puts her hand over his mouth to prevent him from transforming back into Black Adam.
Wonder Woman later intervenes in a Mogadishan refugee camp, killing the head of the military guards there and arming the female refugees with the weapons from the other guards. She returns to the Watchtower to hear of Hawkgirl's kidnapping by the Insurgency. When she returns, Hawkgirl unintentionally incites an argument between Superman, Wonder Woman, Shazam and the Flash. Damian and Luthor manage to calm the Leaguers down, resolving to make an open address to the people of Earth. Diana is instrumental in fighting back various Parademons from Apokolips.
Later, Wonder Woman, Superman, the Flash and Green Lantern go to the Batcave after having revealed Batman's identity to the world. She threatens Batman to release Hawkgirl and stand down, lest they fight again with violence. In response, Bruce flies high into the air, revealing himself to be Martian Manhunter and not Bruce. When they fly into a cloud, J'onn disappears. He knocks Hal Jordan out of the air, with Diana following the Lantern. After rescuing Hal, she rushes back to J'onn and Kal-El; seeing that J'onn has captured Kal in some sort of plant, she grabs the Martian and tries to send him back. J'onn recreates his vines and enters Diana's body, strangling various organs inside of her while telepathically ridiculing her new persona. On the verge of death, Diana tells Kal to burn her with his heat vision, seemingly killing J'onn.
When Superman flies to his Fortress of Solitude to save his parents and the 5-U-93-R pill, Diana follows behind him. When Superman is about to be killed by Captain Atom, she cuts his neck with her magic sword, severing the matrix that fuels his powers. His detonation imminent, he takes Superman high above the Earth in a last attempt to kill him. Diana tries to follow him, but is caught in the wake of the explosion and sent back to Earth.
Diana is comatose but alive, having been severely injured by Captain Atom's detonation. Her mother, Hippolyta appears and says she will take her back to Paradise Island where they have "real gods" that can heal Diana. She is later mentioned as being on Themyscira, but the state of her health remains to be unseen.
Near the end of Year Two, Diana was revealed to have been on the verge of full recovery, but she was attacked by Rose Psychic, who puffed a magical sleeping powder on her. Because of this, Diana is left at an unending dream for the first half of Year Three. It is not until Hippolyta calls upon the aid of both Ares and Hera that Diana is finally able to escape her dream.
Now fully awake, Diana rushes to the Hall of Justice, where she finds an unconscious Superman wearing a Yellow Power Ring. Believing this to be caused by Sinestro's manipulations, she immediately attacks him until Ares cures Superman and the Man of Steel intervenes. Although the she promises to accept Sinestro as their new ally, Superman agrees to her request to relinquish the ring before they move to rescue their kidnapped allies. Diana and the rest are later taken to the Tower of Fate after the Spectre locates Batman's base. Soon, however, Trigon is fooled into attacking the Regime's members thanks to John Constantine's machinations, but Mister Mxyzptlk arrives to aid Superman.
The fight soon spills over to the Houses of Secrets and Mystery and Wonder Woman accidentally kills Huntress during the scuffle. Soon, the fight between Trigon and Mister Mxyzptlk soon threatens reality and she is transported to safety inside the House of Secrets by Flash. In spite of Dick Grayson's warnings, Diana attempts to return Raven back to Trigon.
Eventually, Batman and Constantine's plan to send both celestial beings to the void works and all the heroes return safely back to their bases. Diana, like the others that stayed loyal to Superman, are personally thanked for their loyalty against Batman.
In Superman's dream world, where Lois and Metropolis survived, and Batman kills the Joker, Wonder Woman eventually marries Batman, and watches Lara Lane-Kent's speech after becoming the Justice League's ambassador. Wonder Woman has also become the Secretary General of the United Nations in this timeline.
Early into Year Four, Diana meets a somber Clark, having grown weary from the constant fights and killing thanks to their battles against Bruce. Diana, however, uplifts Clark by accepting her responsibility in the death of Huntress, even if it was unintentional, and urges him to do so as well. During this time, they find a broadcast of Renee Montoya issuing a challenge against Superman. After Renee dies to overdosing of 5-U-93-R, Wonder Woman is shocked to see Superman allow a devastated Bruce Wayne fetch Montoya's corpse and leave with a small warning.
Her fear of such mercy returns when Batman arrives with Hermes, and the messenger comes with Zeus's demand for Superman to step down. When Wonder Woman asks why her mother didn't say anything against this, Hera reveals that this was a part of the debt Hippolyta had owed to her and Ares for curing Wonder Woman in the previous year. Wonder Woman then challenges Hermes's order by combat, with Superman acting as the Regime's representative. To her horror, Batman exploits a loophole and orders Wonder Woman to fight on behalf of the gods. Diana initially refuses and this leads to a skirmish that only succeeds in bringing Zeus in to demand his daughter honor her vow.
Unable to oppose her father, Diana and Clark duel, and she succeeds in breaking his arm and damaging his eyes. Before the duel can finish, Sinestro attacks Wonder Woman, causing a battle to erupt. Superman then forces the fighting to stop and Diana is asked to return once again to her family's side. When she refuses and attacks the gods again, Shazam arrives to assist. Unfortunately, Superman kills Hercules during the fight and an infuriated Zeus forces him to finally disband the Regime and Diana is forced to join her family back to Paradise Island, alongside the Insurgency members.
As he vents out on Bruce for his thoughtless actions, she is horrified to find that Superman was now attempting to flood the Amazonian homeland with Poseidon's help in order to contest Zeus's claim. This only succeeds in angering Zeus and the god begins lashing out on people of all other religions and beliefs.
Meeting up with the remaining Regime members in Superman's absence, Diana spearheads the attack to stop the gods, receiving surprise reinforcements from Batman and the Insurgency. During the fight, Cyborg tracks multiple nuclear missiles heading straight for them. With Yellow Lantern knocked out, Diana intercepts these missiles and attempts to redirect them to space. Fortunately, Superman returns and helps her in destroying the missiles.
After this, the Highfather successfully convinces Zeus to return to Olympus and not interfere with mortal affairs again and power is restored to the Regime. After this, Clark offers to meet with Batman in a friendly talk as a trap, but Bruce foresees this and does not show, much to Diana and Clark's disappointment.
After the return of the Regime, a riot breaks out which involves destroying one of Superman's statues. As one of the saboteurs was Luke McDunnagh, the son of Plastic Man, Wonder Woman is greeted by the hero when he attempts to gain clemency for his son.
When this fails, he infiltrates his son's prison facility, the Trench, at Challenger Deep and successfully breaks all of the prisoners out. Wonder Woman and the other Regime members arrive, but Sinestro shoots a hole into the prison and the resulting water pressure thanks to the prison's hole prevents the Regime's members from entering. Wonder Woman and the others are only able to watch helplessly as the prisoners escape through the portals from Mirror Master's belt.
Diana was tasked with helping locate the fugitives from the Trench's destruction and was surprised to find Bane about to interfere in Superman's fight against Doomsday. Much to her shock, Bane helps Superman by keeping the monster busy and allowing him to knock out his foe. Because of this, Superman then decides to employ villains in their arsenal to facilitate the peace. When Hal angrily expresses his disdain, Wonder Woman offers to talk things out further with Clark, who only walks away declaring that "this isn't a democracy".
Shortly after, Superman declares himself the High Councillor, and has Wonder Woman and the other Regime members aid Black Lightning and Atom's attempt to rebuild Metropolis.
During the continued apprehension of fugitives, Diana is shocked to learn of Alfred's murder at the hands of Victor Zsasz. As Batman will predictably hunt down the criminal, Diana helps give chase and she and Hal successfully catch Bruce after the effects of his 5-U-93-R pill wear off, but Barry intervenes and allows Batman to escape as a show of honor to the late Alfred. Because of this, Superman nearly kills Barry and demands him to either commit to his duty with them or leave entirely.
After Barry reaffirms his allegiance, Hawkman attempts and fails to have his wife return to their home planet. Thanks to this humiliation, Katar returns with a Kryptonite mace and attacks Superman in revenge. Wonder Woman and the other regime members later join the fight and successfully take away the mace, allowing Clark to beat Hawkman to death. Eventually, having had enough of the bloodshed, Catwoman finally surrenders and reveals Batman's location. Once Diana, Hal and Clark raid the facility, they find Batman talking with them. Batman then looks back at the innocent lives and friends all lost to Superman, which Diana defends were all incited by Bruce's own stubbornness. Among these accusations, however, she is shocked to learn that the late Alfred is among them. She and all the others within the building are later scattered around the world thanks to the dimensional transporter.
Injustice: Gods Among Us
Wonder Woman serves as a right hand for Superman's One-Earth Government Regime, as well as Superman's replacement love interest following Lois Lane's death. Deathstroke condescendingly refers to her as Superman's "rebound girl". In contrast to mainstream Wonder Woman, this version of Diana was more open to a militaristic, explosive approach to reining in the criminal element. At some point in time, she influences her fellow Amazons to become more like her: aggressive and violent, as opposed to how Amazons are normally perceived.
She was eventually defeated by her mainstream counterpart and imprisoned on Themyscira, with the Amazons there having been convinced by mainstream Wonder Woman to reject the violent ways of their corrupt leader. That said, as show below, there are still those who sided with Diana.
Wonder Woman is saved from her captivity on Themyscira by Damian, Supergirl, and Black Adam, who assist her in fleeing to Kahndaq. From there, the four plot to get revenge on Batman, as well as to save Superman, while Damian returns to his cell to wait for his three allies to come for him and both Superman and Cyborg. They get the chance to do so once Brainiac's invasion, thanks to his ally, Gorilla Grodd, began soon. To do so, they plan to use the recently awakened Supergirl as their secret weapon.
Prior to Diana's escape from Themyscira with the help of Damian, Kara, and Adam, Nubia becomes a worthy successor of the fallen Diana herself to atone the sins which Diana made her fellow Themyscirans commit. While in her prison, Diana is visited by Ares, who is having fun to see her fallen faces. It turns out some of the Amazonian soldiers, such as Artemis and Antiope, are still loyal to Diana and Superman’s Regime. Thanks to Adam, Damian, and Kara, Diana is freed take her powers and equipment back from Nubia, and escape with her loyal army and Kara.
Along with Adam, and even Damian, they have been lying to Supergirl about the true nature of Superman and his Regime, ever since Batman took the blame and unable to prevent Joker from killing Lois and Superman's unborn child, leading to Superman's descent into madness as the present. However, she did not know that Superman had gone too far, imprisoning Wonder Girl along with the rest of the surviving Titans five years ago, when Superman broke Superboy’s heart and nearly killed him, putting the latter in a dying state. Thus, Diana must ensure to keep on Superman's good side from never gone too far as he did to Shazam.
Once Brainiac and Grodd's menace has begun, the Regime remnants go to rescue Superman, because he may be the only way to counter Brainiac. Superman's cell is guarded by Blue Beetle and Firestorm. The two face the Regime remnants, but fail despite putting up a good fight. A despaired Firestorm decides to blow the prison up despite Diana's warning about him destroying Metropolis, but Batman arrives and stops him. Both Batman's group and the Regime remnants ally to combat Brainiac. Batman tells everyone not to kill anyone, and keep their focus on saving civilians to Diana's dismay.
Diana and Kara go to Metropolis to ensure the safety of the civilians with Diana barely hiding her discontent. While there, they get confronted by several Society Members including Zoom, Cheetah, Cold, and Scarecrow. Upon defeating them despite getting a dose of Crane's Fear Gas, Diana almost kills Cheetah despite Batman's orders only for Harley to stop her. Angered at Harley's role in Metropolis's destruction as well as her comparing her to Joker, Wonder Woman stabs her with Kara defeating her before she could finish her off. She later appears after Superman's supposed demise, blaming Bruce for his death before Kara reminds her of Brainlac still being out there. It is also revealed that Diana told Superman about Kara's betrayal resulting in him warning her that she has to make a choice after she defeats Robin and Adam in combat.
In the end, Batman and Superman succeed in defeating Brainiac and are joined by all their allies. Superman wants to kill Brainiac to restore the lost cities in the destruction of the brainiac ship while Batman refuses, causing a new conflict and of course Diana sided with Superman. She is beaten by Flash but she is recovering fast enough to continue Kara to the Batcave with Superman. Batman arrives with an improved suit and faces Diana who accuses him of having revived the worst fears of Superman. Batman, in turn, calls her out for starting a war before defeating her. She is then imprisoned again.
In the alternative ending, Superman defeats Batman, Diana asks him why he did not kill him, so Superman replies that he does not want to make him look like a martyr before forcing Kara to join him. Diana in all but Superman assures him that he does not give him the choice.
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