Wonder Woman is arguably the most iconic female superhero in the history of comics, but what was the best version of Wonder Woman?
As such, there are many different variations of the character and dozens of formats the character has been utilized in. Be it video games, films, animated series, or alternate versions of the lady herself in comic books, Wonder Woman is in so many forms of pop culture, in one way or another.
We've decided to compile some of our favorites here. Do you like to play as Wonder Woman in DC vs Mortal Kombat, or do you like playing as her in the Lego Games? Is the current New 52 take on Wonder Woman your favorite or is the classic golden age Diana Prince comics more your style? Are you a Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman fan or are you more excited for Gal Gadot?Here's the chance to see where it all lines up. What are the greatest interpretations of Wonder Woman ever? Vote up your favorites!
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