Wonder Woman

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Wonder Woman
Genre Superhero
Creator William Moulton Marston
Harry George Peter
Publisher DC Comics
Country United States
Original run October 1941 - present

Wonder Woman is a superheroine in the DC Comics universe, created by William Moulton Marston and Harry George Peter in 1941, who is recognized as a feminist icon for her fights for peace, love, justice and equality.

The Cosmic Fun-House (Justice League of America Vol. 1 #7, 1961)

With Aquaman, Superman and Batman busy, Green Arrow, The Flash, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern are imprisoned through "energy-sapping spirals" by inhabitants of the planet Angellax, who have placed a Cosmic Fun-House onto Earth. Eventually, Green Arrow manages to free them, but their only escape is through the fun-house, where they change shape. Wonder Woman has grown fat, though less realistically so in the following two pages.

The Mirage Mirrors (Wonder Woman Vol. 1 #130, 1962)

Similar to the last story, Wonder Woman becomes as fat as a circus lady after using the Mirage Mirrors she borrowed from Queen Hippolyte at the Charity Carnival to play a trick on Steve Trevor, a man who cannot tell the difference between her and her secret identity Diana Prince. This shape especially comes in handy when she rolls into a ball to knock down a steam train used by Angle Man and his henchmen in a robbery scheme.

Wonder Woman: Warbringer (2020)

Pinon is a scorpion-like woman created by the story's villain, who uses her to drain Diana's blood so he can study her powers. She succeeds, becoming bloated in the process.