Wonder Woman’s daughter is coming to the DC Universe

GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “WONDER WOMAN 1984,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “WONDER WOMAN 1984,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. /

DC Comics will introduce Wonder Woman’s daughter Trinity in the Amazon’s 800th issue. Will this help or hurt the premiere hero’s identity?

Wonder Woman is one of the most important comic book characters of all time. From the first time she debuted, she’s been the epitome of strength, willpower, confidence, and heroism. She’s never backed down from a fight or put someone else in danger when she could be the one in front. Diana Prince has also defeated mortals, supermen, and gods new and old.

After close to 100 years for Wonder Woman in DC Comics, a new chapter in her story will be told. In Wonder Woman No. 800, DC will introduce Diana’s daughter, Lizzie (whose codename is Trinity). This will be part of Wonder Woman’s comic book relaunch in September 2023.

"“This was a model for the impact we wanted for Trinity: someone who could reflect the greatness of Wonder Woman and still show a next possible step for the ideals embodied in that very impactful and very unique hero.”- Tom King"

IGN announced that the creative team of writer Tom King (Batman and Vision) and artist Daniel Sampere (Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths) will be taking on the new Wonder Woman run from DC Comics in September. Not only will Trinity be part of their plan, it was also reported that the series will see the Amazons be outlaws in the United States. A concept that will likely have issues flying off the shelves and downloaded wherever possible.

We’re all aware that being a mother can be an incredibly difficult job. Now, imagine you’re one of the greatest heroes in any genre. You’ve literally saved the world more times than most and one time the multiverse would’ve been destroyed without you (Dark Nights: Death Metal). Wonder Woman will have to do all of that while still teaching her daughter everything a parent is supposed to. The good news is, she won’t be the first comic book character to do this.

Jessica Drew, Sue Storm, and Jessica Jones are three of the many supermoms in comic books. All three of them have shown that being a bad-@$$ mother and hero can be done. There’s no doubt that Diana Prince can do it too. This will be a new adventure for Wonder Woman, and it’ll allow people to see her in a new light.

Stay tuned to Bam Smack Pow for more on Wonder Woman No. 800, the comic’s relaunch, and other DC Comics news.

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