10 Insane Alternate Versions Of Wonder Woman You Won't Believe Exist

Nazis, criminals and... fluffy rabbits?!

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Wonder Woman is one of DC’s most iconic characters, with Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins’ recent movie only boosting the the superhero's popularity. However, the version of Diana Prince we all know and love isn’t the only version of the character that exists - not by a long shot.

While some of the alternate versions are just slight changes to fit with new dimensions or eras, others are drastically different. Either because of their alignment, morals, behaviour, image or even their species, some of these versions are absolutely unbelievable.

Some of these changes have a huge impact on Themyscira itself too, proving just how important a character she is.

Non-Diana Prince iterations of the character still using the Wonder Woman moniker have been included, but only if they bring big changes to the title. Considering how often it’s changed hands over the years, that still leaves a lot of options.

Diana is absolutely irreplaceable, while some would argue she’s the best female super around, and even a strong contender for the best of any gender. Once you see some of these versions, you’ll definitely appreciate her even more.

10. Wonder Wabbit

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DC Comics

Believe it or not, Wonder Wabbit isn’t even the only animal iteration of Wonder Woman in this list; although it is the cuddliest. If this character had been a bit more memorable when it debuted in 1983, it might have spawned a line of plush toys during the current comic book renaissance.

As it stands, the only Wonder Wabbit being sold is offered by Amazon and is decidedly more adult...

Back with the more kid friendly version of Wonder Wabbit though, as you might have guessed it’s a bunny rabbit version of Diana Prince. An alumnus of the Just’a Lotta Animals series, she’s allied with Green Sparrow, Aquaduck, Super Squirrel, Martian Anteater and the brilliantly named Green Lambkin.

The problem with the series was that it didn’t lean hard enough into the animalisation of its cast. Wonder Wabbit’s powers have nothing rabbitlike about them; no powerful jumps, night vision or increased hearing. What exactly was the point then?

Even Batmouse or Hawkmoose, both coming equipped with two animals to riff off, don’t go anywhere with it. A bit more commitment would certainly have helped this little Wabbit out.


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