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Did I mention I'm an amazon?

Wonder Woman is a secondary antagonist in the Injustice franchise, serving as the secondary antagonist of Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013) and a major antagonist in its video game sequel Injustice 2 (2017). She is also a major antagonist in the Injustice animated film.

She is a Power User, alternating between her lasso and a sword and shield style of combat. She is the arch-nemesis of Cheetah and Ares.

About Wonder Woman

Diana, Princess of Themyscira, was the result of her mother, Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, having a torrid affair with Zeus, God of Thunder. Fearing the wrath of Zeus’s notoriously Jealous wife, Hera, Goddess of Marriage, Hippolyta disavowed all knowledge of the affair and explained Diana’s birth under the premise that she was merely the result of Hippolyta wanting a child, the desire of which taking on the form of a lump of clay that took on the shape of a female. As Diana grew older, she became increasingly restless, feeling that she had seen all that the idyllic Themyscira had to offer. Frustrated with her lack of purpose, she eventually went to her elders to offer ways of contributing to her people, to which they reveal that Diana’s path had been preordained for her: to learn the art of storytelling from Clio, the Amazonian scribe. Unsatisfied by this revelation, Diana sought Adventure, but discovered no such thing taking place in the Amazon archives. When Diana met with Clio, they discussed her true origins. Intrigued by what she had learned, she sought to learn more about Amazon history from Clio. After learning that Queen Hippolyta ordered that information be hidden to hide her failures, Diana confronted her mother, who revealed the truth. In 1939, during the Chicago World’s Fair, Diana foiled an assassination attempt on President Franklin Deleanore Roosevelt, by a Nazi sleeper agent. After convincing him to let her help, she continued her heroics and was celebrated as the world’s first superhero. She would later go on to found the Justice Society.


Main (Gods Among Us)

Daughter of the Amazon Queen and the Greek God of Thunder Zeus, Diana was trained by the Amazons and the Greek God of War Ares. Armed with magical weapons and one of the most formidable warriors on Earth, Diana fights to protect the innocent.

Regime (Gods Among Us)

Warrior through and through, Wonder Woman has no problem killing villains, or even other heroes, who oppose her and Superman. She believes what Superman is doing is right and just.

Injustice 2

An exiled sister of Themyscira, Wonder Woman remains in hiding after the fall of the Regime. Still an ardent believer of Superman and his rule, Wonder Woman awaits her opportunity to strike back against Batman and free Superman from his imprisonment.

Injustice: Gods Among Us

At the start of the game, Wonder Woman is shown helping the rest of the Justice League defend Gotham from an assault from Black Adam, Sinestro, Doomsday, and Ares. She helps Aquaman tie up Ares after the latter is defeated and is later alerted of the Joker's plan to destroy Metropolis with a nuke. As she, Hawkgirl, and Shazam head towards the site, she, Batman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Aquaman, and the Joker are teleported to the One Earth universe.

Ending up in an alternate Gotham City, Green Lantern goes to Coast City to charge his ring, Aquaman heads to Atlantis, while Wonder Woman and Green Arrow remain in Gotham. They are eventually attacked by Sinestro and are nearly killed until Green Lantern returns. When Lantern's Regime self, Yellow Lantern, shows up, he knocks out Wonder Woman briefly before Green Lantern subdues him. As they retreat, Arrow, Lantern, and Wonder Woman come across the Insurgency Batman, who takes them to the Insurgency base, where he explains he intends to use a Kryptonite weapon to incapacitate the One Earth Superman, but he needs the displaced heroes' DNA to unlock the weapon in the Batcave.

The Regime Wonder Woman is first seen talking with the Regime leader, Superman, in the Fortress of Solitude before Yellow Lantern tells him about the displaced heroes. Later after mainstream Batman is captured, she is present when Superman realizes that this Batman is one of "the duplicates".

The mainstream Wonder Woman later helps repel a Regime invasion on the Joker Clan's hideout, Arkham Asylum. Along with Arrow, Lantern, Aquaman, and the Insurgency Batman, she then heads to the abandoned Wayne Manor, where Wonder Woman and Arrow fight Killer Frost and Solomon Grundy. She is frozen by Frost but is freed by Arrow, who then defeats Frost while Lantern throws Grundy into Earth's orbit. After the Kryptonite weapon is recovered in the Batcave, Wonder Woman's counterpart and One Earth Black Adam arrive. Green Arrow manages to subdue her counterpart, but mainstream Wonder Woman is knocked out by Black Adam, along with Lantern, Aquaman, and Batman. After Adam is defeated, Batman discovers that the weapon is damaged beyond repair, though the Kryptonite is intact.

Wonder Woman takes part in the invasion of Stryker's Island to rescue the mainstream Batman, but during the fight, she is choked unconscious by One Earth Superman.

After Lex Luthor is killed, the Regime Wonder Woman discusses the displaced heroes with Sinestro, Black Adam, Cyborg, Raven, and Superman, the latter of which decides to destroy Metropolis and Gotham to demonstrate the chaos that would arise in his absence. She also witnesses One Earth Shazam's murder by Superman, who then orders her to rally her Amazonian army to attack Metropolis.

When One Earth Flash informs the Insurgents of Superman's plan, One Earth Batman elects to send the displaced heroes home and rejects mainstream Batman's offer to bring over the mainstream Superman. Wonder Woman is against One Earth Batman's motives, not wanting to dishonor Lex Luthor's sacrifice. When the Regime attacks the Insurgency HQ, Wonder Woman defeats Bane before Ares transports her to Themyscira, revealing her counterpart's intentions. After defeating One Earth Raven, Wonder Woman confronts her counterpart and tries to knock sense into her, but her counterpart refuses to listen. They fight, with it being proven that they are equals in ability. Ultimately victorious in the fight; however, Wonder Woman convinces the alternate Amazons (whom she addresses as her sisters) to return to their previous roles as protectors instead of conquerors, leading them in the defense of Metropolis.

In the epilogue, Wonder Woman watches on as her counterpart is taken away by her fellow Amazons.

Injustice 2

She appears in the flashback scene and is seen at Arkham Asylum when she encounters Bruce. She asks if he’s here to help, only for him to respond that he’s stopping them from making a mistake. She tells him that Joker forced their hands, and they must change with Metropolis. She angrily tells Bruce that she thought he would understand all people before fighting him and being defeated. Bruce uses Diana’s lasso against her and demands to know Superman’s whereabouts. She tells him that he can’t turn his back on Superman and that he needs Bruce.

In present day, she is currently hidden in Kahndaq, along with Black Adam since she's been exiled from Themyscira and disowned by her once-beloved sisters (due to her prime counterpart successfully convincing them to turn away from the corrupting influence of the One Earth Regime).

She is watching the destruction Brainiac is causing and assists Kara and Black Adam to free Superman.

During Brainiac's invasion of Earth, Wonder Woman and Black Adam are informed of the potential destruction of the world, and decide to take the opportunity to free their allies with Kara's help. Despite freeing both Damian and Cyborg, the group is picked off one at a time by Blue Beetle and Firestorm. Though having this initial setback, the group is able to regroup in front of Superman's cell, leading to Firestorm attempting to cause a nuclear explosion to stop them. Before Wonder Woman can stab Firestorm to stop him, Batman knocks her sword away and orders Jason to stand down. To everyone's surprise, Batman then personally releases Clark.

Against her decision, Batman focuses first on regaining control of Brother Eye before coordinating their attack and rescuing civilians. Wonder Woman takes Supergirl with her to fight Brainiac's robots. Once Brother Eye is restored, Wonder Woman and Supergirl are tasked with helping civilians, but Wonder Woman attempts to disobey orders to fight Brainiac directly. Thanks to Kara's persuasion, Wonder Woman relents and attacks a group of Brainiac's robots, but she is knocked away by both Reverse-Flash and Captain Cold.

Diana easily defeats the pair, but Scarecrow uses his fear gas on her, exploiting her fear of becoming a villain and Superman's rejection. Wonder Woman, however, overcomes the fear gas and defeats Scarecrow to rejoin Kara, who was now defeated by Cheetah.

Wonder Woman defeats Cheetah and attempts to kill her but is stopped by Harley Quinn as it disobeys Batman's orders not to kill. In response, Wonder Woman stabs Harley instead and is stopped by Supergirl, who is surprised by Diana's savagery. Diana later reports Supergirl's actions to Superman at the Fortress of Solitude.

Once Brainiac has successfully extracted multiple cities, and Superman is presumably captured by Brainiac, Wonder Woman immediately attempts to blame Batman, but Supergirl shoves her and urges them to focus on rescuing the people collected by Brainiac. She and the other heroes are tasked with fighting Brainiac's betas while Batman and Supergirl infiltrate Brainiac's ship.

When Batman and Superman defy the odds and defeat Brainiac, severing his connection to his shop, Wonder Woman, Black Adam, Aquaman, Green Lantern, and Flash all join together to decide what to do with the invader. Ultimately, both Superman and Batman become conflicted over killing him or not, and Wonder Woman takes Superman's side and fights Flash but loses against the scarlet speedster.

She eventually rejoins Clark in pursuing Kara to the Batcave, where she duels Batman, now using a Kryptonite suit. She is ultimately defeated by Bruce.

Absolute Justice

After being beaten by Batman alongside Superman, The Regime has permanently fallen apart, with Black Adam being persecuted and Superman being imprisoned in the Phantom Zone. An intro between Green Lantern and Cheetah reveals that she was sent to Oa to stand trial.

Absolute Power

Diana regains consciousness after her defeat and is surprised by Superman's decision to allow Batman to live. She then asks him what they should do with Kara, but Superman assures her that everyone will follow him this time.

Powers and Abilities



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The daughter of the Olympian god Zeus and the Amazon Queen Hippolyta, Wonder Woman is one of the most powerful demigods alive, boasting superhuman strength, senses, durability, healing, stamina, agility, reflexes, and speed (but not as fast as the Flash), with Diana also possessing the power of flight and godlike longevity due to her status as a demigod. When Wonder Woman combines her natural powers with the skills and training she received from her time raised among the Amazons of Themyscira, her skills allow her to overcome opponents even more powerful than herself, as seen when she defeated a holding-back Superman in a one on one fight.

Aside from her natural abilities, Diana retains several magically forged weapons, both offensive and defensive, most forged by the smith god Hephaestus. Diana's tiara more than signifies her royal status and can act as a projectile weapon similar to a boomerang, while her gauntlets allow her to deflect bullets and other weaponry. For primary offense, Diana prefers her sword and shield, with her sword powerful enough to cut Superman and Captain Atom, her shield indestructible to any attack. Wonder Woman's most famous weapon is her Lasso of Truth, a magical sewn golden rope that compels anyone touching it to tell the truth. Diana uses the lasso to bind and reel her opponents in and can even use its truth-speaking capabilities offensively, having depowered Black Adam himself when she compelled him to speak his magic word.

Though powerful, Diana is still not completely invulnerable. She is more vulnerable than Superman, and she can be severely harmed by attacks that ordinarily would not cause any harm to the Man of Steel, as seen when she was left in a coma after being caught in Captain Atom's detonation.

Special Moves

  • Straight Tiara: Wonder Woman flings her tiara at her opponent. Can be done in the air. The Meter Burn version causes the tiara to hit twice on the rebound.
  • Amazonian Uppercut: Wonder Woman flies into the air while uppercutting her enemy. The Meter Burn version has Wonder Woman slam into her opponent while they're in the air.
  • Amazonian Smash (Air): Wonder Woman flies into the air, and charges down fist first. The Meter Burn version has Wonder Woman charge her opponent into the air with an uppercut.
  • Lasso Grab: Wonder Woman flings her lasso out, grabs her opponent with it and yanks them back before uppercutting them into the air. The Meter Burn version has Wonder Woman grab and hold her opponent before tossing them aside.
  • Lasso Spin: With her lasso held tightly in her hand, Wonder Woman uppercuts her opponent.
  • Bracelets of Submission: Wonder Woman holds her Bracelets over herself, deflecting projectiles.
  • Up Tiara: Wonder Woman throws her tiara into the air.
  • Down Tiara (Air): Wonder Woman throws her tiara down at her opponent while in the air.
  • Demigoddess' Might: Wonder Woman charges at her opponent in midair.
  • Shield Toss: While in her Sword and Shield stance, Wonder Woman throws her shield at her opponent. The Meter Burn version has the shield hit a second time on the rebound.
  • Amalthea Bash: While in her Sword and Shield stance, Wonder Woman bashes her opponent in the face with her shield. The Meter Burn version adds a second hit.
  • Shield Strike: While in her Sword and Shield stance, Wonder Woman backhands her opponent with her shield.
  • Up Shield: While in her Sword and Shield stance, Wonder Woman throws her shield into the air.
  • Down Shield (Air): Wonder Woman throws her shield down at her opponent.

Mobile Exclusive Moves

  • Virtuous Strikes: A series of sword swipes display Wonder Woman's martial prowess.
  • Shield Bash: Like a thundering battering ram, Wonder Woman slams into her opponent.
  • By the Gods: Using both sword and shield, Wonder Woman weaves an unrivaled tapestry of martial prowess.
  • Aegis Wrath: Wonder Woman combines shield and sword strikes to crush her opponent.
  • Goddess' Blessing: A swift series of strikes.
  • Fires of Hephaestus: Wonder Woman calls on the power of the Gods to bring justice to her opponent.

Character Trait

Style Change: Wonder Woman's character trait is the ability to switch weapons from a Sword and Shield to the Lasso of Truth.

  • Both weapons enable her to use exclusive special moves depending on which weapon she is using.
  • While using the Lasso of Truth, Wonder Woman has more combos and greater mobility, but takes more damage.
  • While using the Sword and Shield, Wonder Woman takes less damage, but has less combos and decreased mobility.

Other Moves

  • Grab: Wonder Woman grabs her opponent, gives them a strong punch across the face, then spins them around before tossing them.

Super Move

  • Justice Javelin: Wonder Woman bashes the opponent with her shield then lassos the opponent and calls her two Amazons. One Amazon holds the opponent and knees him/her in the back, then the second Amazon breaks a spear across the opponent's face. Finally, Wonder Woman pulls the opponent towards her and slashes him/her with her sword. (Injustice)
  • Princess Power: Wonder Woman stuns her opponent with a blast from her bracers, lassos them with her leg and uppercuts them with her shield, which she then throws at them. She then jumps up and punches the opponent to the ground before impaling them with her sword and shield, then stomps on them. (IJ2)

Move List

Basic Attacks
Lasso Stance
Name PlayStation Xbox
Warrior's Jab [ ■ ] [ X ]
Amazon's Fist [ ▲ ] [ Y ]
Shin Kick [ X ] [ A ]
Cross Punch [ ← + ■ ] [ ← + X ]
Lasso Slam [ ← + ▲ ] [ ← + Y ]
Amazon's Blast [ ← + X ] [ ← + A ]
Amazon's Heel [ → + X ] [ → + A ]
Knee Chop [ ↓ + ■ ] [ ↓ + X ]
Rising Lasso [ ↓ + ▲ ] [ ↓ + Y ]
Leg Takedown [ ↓ + X ] [ ↓ + A ]
Sword Stance
Blade Slice [ ■ ] [ X ]
Sword Poke [ ▲ ] [ Y ]
Amazon's Boot [ X ] [ A ]
Edge Swing [ ← + ■ ] [ ← + X ]
Low Stab [ ← + ▲ ] [ ← + Y ]
Warrior's Strike [ ← + X ] [ ← + A ]
Amazon's Attack [ → + ■ ] [ → + X ]
Warrior's Bash [ → + X ] [ → + A ]
Low Poke [ ↓ + ■ ] [ ↓ + X ]
Upward Stab [ ↓ + ▲ ] [ ↓ + Y ]
Sword Sweep [ ↓ + X ] [ ↓ + A ]
Air Attacks
Lasso Stance
Name PlayStation Xbox
Quick Kick [ ↑ , ■ ] [ ↑ , X ]
Boot Bash [ ↑ , ▲ ] [ ↑ , Y ]
Lasso Slam [ ↑ , X ] [ ↑ , A ]
Sword Stance
Quick Kick [ ↑ , ■ ] [ ↑ , X ]
Air Slice [↑ , ▲ ] [↑ , Y ]
Sword Slam [ ↑ , X ] [ ↑ , A ]
Throws and Escapes
Name PlayStation Xbox
Forward/Reverse Throw [ ← / → ■ + X ] [ ← / → X + A ]
Back Throw [ ■ + X ] [ X + A ]
Roll Escape [ → → R2 ] [ → → RT ]
Up Air Escape [ ↑ + R2 ] [ ↑ + RT ]
Away Air Escape [ ← + R2 ] [ ← + RT ]
Combo Attacks
Lasso Stance
Name PlayStation Xbox
Entrapment [ ■ , ■ ] [ X , X ]
Ends of The Earth [ ■ , ■ , ▲ ] [ X , X , Y ]
Demi God [ ← + ■ , ■ ] [ ← + X , X ]
Gods Among Mortals [ ← + ■ , ■ , X ] [ ← + X , X , A ]
Warrior Princess [ ↓ + ■ , ▲ ] [ ↓ + X , Y ]
Destiny Calling [ ▲ , X ] [ Y , A ]
Hephaestus Rush [ ← + ▲ , X ] [ ← + Y , A ]
Athena's Wisdom [ X, X ] [ A, A ]
Sword Stance
Double Edge [ ■ , ■ ] [ X , X ]
Fires of Hestia [ ■ , ■ , ← + ■ ] [ X , X , ← + X ]
Go In Peace [ ■ , ■ , ▲ ] [ X , X , Y ]
War of The Gods [ → + ■ , ▲ ] [ → + X , Y ]
Strength of The Sword [ → + ■ , ▲ , X ] [ → + X , Y , A ]
Eyes of The Hunter [ ▲ , ← + ■ ] [ Y , ← + X ]
Weeping Angel [ ▲ , ▲ ] [ Y , Y ]
By The Gods [ ▲ , ▲ , X ] [ Y , Y , A ]
Aegis Wrath [ ← + ▲ , ■ ] [ ← + Y , X ]
Justice [ ← + ▲ , X ] [ ← + Y , A ]
Special Attacks
Lasso Stance
Name PlayStation Xbox
Straight Tiara [ ← , → , ▲ ] [ ← , → , Y ]
Amazonian Uppercut [ ↓ , → , X ] [ ↓ , → , A ]
Amazonian Smash [ ↑ , ↓ , ← , X ] [ ↑ , ↓ , ← , A ]
Lasso Grab [ ↓ , → , ■ ] [ ↓ , → , X ]
Lasso Spin [ ↓ , ← , X ] [ ↓ , ← , A ]
Bracelets of Submission [ ↓ , ← , ■ ] [ ↓ , ← , X ]
Up Tiara / Down Tiara [ ↓ , ← , ▲ ] [ ↓ , ← , Y ]
Demi Goddess' Might [ ↑ , ↓ , → , X ] [ ↑ , ↓ , → , A ]
Sword Stance
Shield Toss [ ← , → , ▲ ] [ ← , → , Y ]
Amalthea Bash [ ← , → , X ] [ ← , → , A ]
Shield Strike [ ↓ , ← , ■ ] [ ↓ , ← , X ]
Up Shield / Down Shield [ ↓ , ← , ▲ ] [ ↓ , ← , Y ]

Injustice 2

Basic Attacks
Name PlayStation Xbox
Elbow Bash [ ■ ] [ X ]
Warrior Cut [ ▲ ] [ Y ]
Warrior's Boot [ X ] [ A ]
Back Slash [ ← + ■ ] [ ← + X ]
Lasso Slam [ ← + ▲ ] [ ← + Y ]
Amazon Spin [ ← + X ] [ ← + A ]
Bladed Pain [ → + ▲ ] [ → + Y ]
Heavy Shield Smash [ → + X ] [ → + A ]
Low Strike [ ↓ + ■ ] [ ↓ + X ]
Whip Lash [ ↓ + ▲ ] [ ↓ + Y ]
Ankle Breaker [ ↓ + X ] [ ↓ + A ]
Air Attacks
Name PlayStation Xbox
Flick Kick [ ↑ + ■ ] [ ↑ + X ]
Straight Cut [ ↑ + ▲ ] [ ↑ + Y ]
Lasso Strike [ ↑ + X ] [ ↑ + A ]
Throws and Escapes
Name PlayStation Xbox
Forward/Reverse Throw [ ← / → ■ + X ] [ ← / → X + A ]
Back Throw [ ■ + X ] [ X + A ]
Roll Escape [ → → R2 ] [ → → RT ]
Up Air Escape [ ↑ + R2 ] [ ↑ + RT ]
Away Air Escape [ ← + R2 ] [ ← + RT ]
Combo Attacks
Name PlayStation Xbox
Paradise Lost [ ■, ■ ] [ X, X ]
League of One [ ■, ■, ▲ ] [ X, X, Y ]
The Hiketeia [ ← + ■, ■ ] [ ← + X, X ]
Gods And Mortals [ ← + ■, ■, ▲ ] [ ← + X, X, Y ]
Spirit of Truth [ ↓ + ■, ▲ ] [ ↓ + X, Y ]
Paradise Found [ ▲, ▲ ] [ Y, Y ]
Warkiller [ ▲, ▲, X ] [ Y, Y, A ]
Challenge of The Gods [ ← + ▲, X ] [ ← + Y, A ]
Eyes of The Gorgon [ → + ▲, X ] [ → + Y, A ]
Special Attacks
Name PlayStation Xbox
Upward Shield Toss [ ↓ , ← , ▲ ] [ ↓ , ← , Y ]
Downward Shield Toss [ ↑ , ↓ , ← , ▲ ] [ ↑ , ↓ , ← , Y ]
Amalthea Bash [ ← , → , X ] [ ← , → , A ]
Upward Amalthea Bash [ ↓ , ← , X ] [ ↓ , ← , A ]
Bracelets of Submission [ ↓ , ← , ■ ] [ ↓ , ← , X ]
Lasso of Truth [ ← , →, ■ ] [ ← , →, X ]
Shield Toss [ ← , →, ▲ ] [ ← , →, Y ]
Dash Forward (Air) [ ↑ , → , → ] [ ↑ , → , → ]
Dash Away (Air) [ ↑ , ← , ← ] [ ↑ , ← , ← ]
Princess Power [ L2 + R2 ] [ LT + RT ]
Character Power (1st) and abilities
Name PlayStation Xbox
Hippolyta's Light (random below buff) [ O ] [ B ]
Demeter's Spirit (buff) [ O ] [ B ]
Artemis' Strength (buff) [ O ] [ B ]
Athena's Power (buff) [ O ] [ B ]
Hestia's Gift (buff) [ O ] [ B ]
Hermes' Blessing (buff) [ O ] [ B ]




Injustice Gods Among Us - 'Wonder Woman Ending' 【HD】

Wonder Woman returned home to find her dimension in ruins. Aware of Superman's despotic rule of the parallel dimension, the gods of Olympus vowed to preemptively eliminate the meta-human scourge from their world. Under the direction of Zeus, they hunted down and eliminated nearly all super-powered mortals. All that remained to oppose them was Themyscira. Wonder Woman and her Amazons fought back against the Olympians with unrelenting courage. Despite heavy losses, Wonder Woman's forces ultimately prevailed. They took reign as the New Olympians, ushering in an age of peace and prosperity.

Injustice 2

When Batman tore down the Regime, man's world called me a tyrant. My Amazon sisters disowned me. Then Brainiac showed Earth what a tyrant truly looks like. The people begged for deliverance -- and I gave them Brainiac's head. Once again, it falls upon the Regime to restore peace and order. Batman and the traitors who followed him will be punished. Even Kara Zor-El. Then I will return to Themyscira -- and deal with my sisters. If they do not heed my commands, they will bow to force. So says Diana, Princess of the Amazons, slayer of Brainiac!




Wonder Woman wears a strapless red bustier held up by a brace of gold resembling an eagle with a star. She has a gold belt with a star on it and blue briefs with white stars on the side. She has blue pants and red boots with white stripes on the front that turn into wings at the top. She also wears her silver bracelets of submission on her wrists, her golden tiara with a red star on her forehead, her golden lasso, which hangs from her belt when not used, and her sword and shield, which stay on her back when not in use.


Wonder Woman retains her sword, shield, and lasso. She has a red one-piece leotard held up by a modified brace of gold resembling a headless eagle's wings. She has a large golden belt that also resembles an eagle. She sports a golden Amazonian helmet instead of her tiara, and golden armor on her shoulders and arms, which replace her traditional bracelets of submission with golden ones. She also has knee-high greaves with white stripes that go up to her shins.


Wonder Woman wears a suit of chainmail armor, consisting of boots, greaves, gauntlets, and armor as well. The torso area is red, with a yellow bird symbol. She also wears a white cape, with a spiked golden helmet, with her hair flowing out from the back. Her hair has a band at the end. Her sword is the same, but her shield has a gold and red flower symbol with a bird covering it.

Red Son

Wonder Woman wears a red and light grey one piece leotard with a skirt at the bottom. The “W” symbol is now black and red, with a single red star on the waist. She also wears a red armband bearing the symbol of the Soviet Union and black gloves and boots with red accents. Her shield is red with round white stripes, with a silver “W” symbol on it. Her sword remains the same, however.

New 52

Wonder Woman wears a strapless red bustier with a silver “W” symbol at the top, with a silver belt, blue bloomers at the bottom which have a white star on each side, silver bracers on her wrists, and azure boots with silver accents. Her sword remains the same, but her shield is purple with a red outline, adorned by silver stars, and a gold circular shape surrounding the center.


Wonder Woman wears a small tiara, a strapless red bustier with a gold “W” symbol, a black leather jacket, a gold belt, black leggings with stiletto heels which have yellow buckles, yellow bracers, and red gloves.


Wonder Woman wears a strapless, partially revealing red bustier with gold accents, a blue loincloth adorned with white stars, a golden helmet with a ruby-like object at the center, a black pauldron on her left shoulder with golden accents, red greaves with gold accents, and red stiletto heels with gold accents and decorative gold wings at the backs. Her sword remains the same, but her shield is red with golden accents, with a golden “W” symbol on it.

Injustice 2

Wonder Woman - Amazon Warrior

To the right is the base skin for Wonder Woman, Amazon Warrior. She is wearing her default gear. The remainder of her costumes can be found on her gallery page.


  • Wonder Woman is one of the playable characters in the downloadable demo.
  • Susan Eisenberg previously voiced Wonder Woman in the Justice League (2001-2004) animated series, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010), DC Universe Online (2011), and Justice League: Doom (2012). In addition, she would go on to reprise her role in LEGO DC Super-Villains (2018).
  • Wonder Woman was also playable in Midway's crossover game, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, where she was voiced by Tara Platt.
  • Wonder Woman is the only playable character who has five episodes in her chapter, but in the last fight you play as Batman.
  • Wonder Woman used to have the most damaging Super Move of all characters, being 41%, but was then reduced to 38%.
  • Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet appears in the Hall of Justice Stage.
  • Wonder Woman is one of two characters who have two stances, the other being Nightwing .
  • Wonder Woman is the only female character playable in Story Mode in Injustice: Gods Among Us.
  • Wonder Woman is the only female character that got her voice in slow-motion during Catwoman's Nine Lives super move.
  • One of Wonder Woman's fellow Amazon's is only playable in one of her S.T.A.R. Labs Missions against Doomsday, but you can also switch back to Wonder Woman only once as the Amazonian Warrior is the main playable character in this mission.
  • Wonder Woman was a lot different in the animated film than she was in the games. In the film, she sided with Superman's regime, but instead of being cold, ruthless and manipulative, she was disillusioned and frustrated by Batman's concerns over Superman's brutal actions, but when she saw public footage of Superman murdering the Joker acolytes, she became horrified and concerned that he would resort to such a remorseless atrocity, even heading to the point of defecting from him when he intended to arrest the insurgents, despite them helping in stopping Amazo.
  • It is implied in Injustice 2 that Wonder Woman has developed Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, as evident by her fear of becoming the villain, which is shown when she is hallucinating fighting Superman, after being gassed by Scarecrow.
Playable Characters
Injustice: Gods Among Us AquamanAresBaneBatmanBlack AdamCatwomanCyborgDeathstrokeDoomsdayFlashGreen ArrowGreen LanternHarley QuinnHawkgirlJokerKiller FrostLex LuthorNightwingRavenShazamSinestroSolomon GrundySupermanWonder Woman
DLC Characters BatgirlLoboMartian ManhunterScorpionZatannaZod
Injustice 2 AquamanAtrocitusBaneBatmanBlack AdamBlack CanaryBlue BeetleBrainiacCaptain ColdCatwomanCheetahCyborgDeadshotDoctor FateFlashFirestormGorilla GroddGreen ArrowGreen LanternHarley QuinnJokerPoison IvyRobinScarecrowSupergirlSupermanSwamp ThingWonder Woman
DLC/Preorder Characters AtomBlack MantaDarkseidEnchantressHellboyRaidenRed HoodStarfireSub-ZeroTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles