Every Wonder Woman ranked from weakest to strongest

We've seen more versions of Wonder Woman on the screen than you think, but which of these warriors is the most powerful?

GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “WONDER WOMAN 1984,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Clay Enos/ ™ & © DC Comics. © 2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “WONDER WOMAN 1984,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Clay Enos/ ™ & © DC Comics. © 2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. /
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5. The first ever live-action Wonder Woman

The unsold 1967 Wonder Woman pilot is undoubtedly one of the strangest chapters in superhero television history. Titled Who's Afraid of Diana Prince, it was crafted by William Dozier, who had successfully brought Batman to the small screen in the '60s. He didn't have the same success with Wonder Woman, and if you watch the pilot you'll see why.

It feels strange to even rank this iteration of the character on a list about strength because we never even saw her in action. Heck, she isn't even really Wonder Woman.

The pilot sees a quiet Diana Prince (played by Ellie Wood Walker) who would prefer to spend her life being a superhero instead of adhering to her mother's wishes of getting married. However, when she transformed into Wonder Woman (now played by Linda Harrison), she just admired herself in the mirror instead of saving people. And it wasn't a normal kind of admiring her beauty, either; it was over-the-top, dramatic, and portrayed to be really quite shallow. Honestly, it was offensive to the character.

Needless to say this iteration of Wonder Woman ranks at the bottom. We don't know what kind of strength she possessed, and something tells us that it wouldn't have been of the same levels of the others on this list.