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Wonder Girl is the name of four fictional characters featured in comic books and other media . After Superboy's death, she quit the Titans for a time to be an independent her relationship to her mentor, Wonder Woman, is strained due to the latter Donna Troy as Wonder Girl makes a nonspeaking cameo in a DC Super. I notice WW does NOT like Superboy dating wonder girl (cassie sandmark). Even as going as far to throw him many miles away when she catches them tryin. Following the DC wide reboot into the new 52, Cassandra is one of the founding There, Wonder Girl battled a super-villain known as Grymm. character is her friendship and later relationship with Conner Kent (Superboy).
Wally West's death was the catalyst in giving Wonder Girl the courage to kiss him.
Donna as Troia was set to appear in Young Justice as a former member of the Team from the five year gap between seasons 1 and 2. She was meant to be included in the episodes "Satisfaction" and "Endgame," but her planned cameo was scrapped in both instances. Ina version of Wonder Girl appeared in the Wonder Woman television series and was played by Debra Wingerin one of her first mass-media roles.
The actress Charlene Tiltonbest known for playing Lucy Ewing in the television series Dallasauditioned for the part of Wonder Girl but lost it to Winger. Drusilla first appeared in the two-part episode The Feminum Mystique. Queen Hippolyta is never referred to by name in any of the televised specials in which she appeared. Drusilla gets tangled up in a Nazi plot to discover the secret of Wonder Woman's bracelets, which can deflect bullets, and in the process Drusilla masters the spinning transformation used by her older sister.
Although Drusilla creates the persona of Wonder Girl, the distinction is lost on the Nazis, who believe her to be Wonder Woman and abduct her. In the second part of this episode, Drusilla returns to Paradise Island to help free her fellow Amazons from a Nazi overtaking. Drusilla appeared again in another episode, the final episode of the first season, entitled Wonder Woman in Hollywood. Letterman showed the audience a short clip of Winger as Wonder Girl and asked several questions about the show and co-star Lynda Carter.
Winger briefly feigned embarrassment, but then claimed she was late for something she had to do, then surprisingly tore off her dress to reveal a Wonder Girl costume underneath. Winger ran through the audience to exit the theater, while the Wonder Woman theme song's bass line played. In the comics, Drusilla was a regular amazon who appeared in Wonder Womanwho was an ally to Wonder Woman. Cassandra Sandsmark would later adapt the alias of Drusilla to protect her identity.
She is shown eating dinner behind the table of Superman and Wonder Woman. When Cyborg and Shazam come to fetch them via boom tube, Cassie stands up and exclaims, "I love you, Shazam! She flies in the sky and almost falls.
While Beast Boy cannot say anything, he hints that she's a "wonderful" new member of their team before giving his big speech about Terra to Kevin Smith. Donna appears as one of the many superheroes wandering around the Warner Brothers lot without any speaking roles in Teen Titans Go!
She is originally fought as a possessed minion of Trigon's, but later becomes a helping ally. She was the daughter of Zeus and an achaeologist. After helping Wonder Woman fight not one but two supervillains using some magical artifacts, Zeus gave Cassie super powers as a reward for her bravery. Cassie would later join Young Justice before being promoted to leader of the new Teen Titans.
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In her earlier appearances, Cassie was a plucky daredevil heroine who deeply admired Donna Troy. As she grew older and suffered one tragedy after another, Cassie gradually lost her confidence and her relationship with her teammates became strained.
In the New 52 universe, Cassie was originally a thief who collected rare magical artifacts. She was drafted into the Teen Titans by Red Robin, likely as a way of keeping young super-humans from causing too much damage.
She also hates being called Wonder Girl. Like her best friend Batgirlshe is a very tough girl, she joined the Young Justice crew during the invasion.
She and her mentor, Wonder Woman were part of the Delta Squad. She was also one of the team members, past and present. She joins the team to welcome the Justice League back to Earth. She worked alongside Robin.