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Wonder Woman (Character)
from Justice League (2017)

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"Justice League Unlimited: The Balance (#2.5)" (2005)
Wonder Woman: [after wrapping Abnegazar with her golden lasso] Tell me your name.
Abnegazar: Abnegazar.
Wonder Woman: Tell me where to find Faust, Abnegazar.
Abnegazar: In Hades' library.
Wonder Woman: Lead us there.
Abnegazar: Okay.
[they fly off]
Shayera Hol: How'd you do that?
Wonder Woman: Magic lasso. Who knew?
Shayera Hol: If you don't want to tell me, fine.

Wonder Woman: What about us? Are we good?
Shayera Hol: Like oil and vinegar. We go together, but we don't mix.
Wonder Woman: Works for me.

Shayera Hol: Aren't you cold in that outfit?
Wonder Woman: Not really.
Shayera Hol: Of course not. The Princess doesn't get cold. The Princess doesn't even sweat in the Fire Pits of Tartarus.
Wonder Woman: I do too sweat.
Shayera Hol: Please, you glow.

The Flash: It's a chance for us to get reacquainted, patch things up.
Wonder Woman: Assuming we want to.

The Flash: I always thought the reason you two don't get along is because you're so much alike.
Wonder Woman, Shayera Hol: Like *her*?
[he grins]

Wonder Woman: I forgave you a long time ago.
Shayera Hol: Did I ever ask for your forgiveness?

Shayera Hol: It's getting kind of hot in here.
Wonder Woman: Considering where we are?
Shayera Hol: Point taken, but, still.

Shayera Hol: Be practical; we're going to need Hades to help take Faust down.
Wonder Woman: I don't even need *your* help.

Wonder Woman: If it were up to me... But even here there has to be order.

Wonder Woman: I know who raised me, and what I was raised to do.

Wonder Woman (2009) (V)
Wonder Woman: Oh, crap.

Wonder Woman: Surrender. You cannot escape.
Steve Trevor: Oh, I don't know about that, angel. I've made a hobby out of fleeing chasing women.

Wonder Woman: I didn't need you to save me. I needed you to stop Ares.
Steve Trevor: Hey, if it weren't for me, you wouldn't be here right now.
Wonder Woman: I'm an Amazon, Steve. We're prepared from birth to give our lives in battle. I knew what the consequences were going in to this mission. I bet you would have acted differently, if I were a man.
Steve Trevor: Oh, playing the sex card again, are you? You know what? I've had just about enough of listening to you go on about how terrible men are.
Wonder Woman: Does the truth hurt, Steve?
Steve Trevor: News flash: The Amazons ain't so perfect either. You act brave, but cutting yourselves off from the outside world was cowardly. Not to mention stupid. Like less communication between men and women is what the world needed.
Wonder Woman: How dare you?
Steve Trevor: No! I'm not done. You met your first man, what, like 15 minutes ago. And you think you have us all figured out. Well, I'm sorry, but not everything a man does is to further some misogynistic agenda. We don't hold doors open or pull out chairs for women because we're trying to keep you down. And I didn't save you because I thought were some damsel in distress. I saved you because... Because I care about you, Diana. And I'm not gonna abandon a friend in need, man or woman.
Wonder Woman: You should have saved the world, instead of me...
Steve Trevor: Maybe I figured the world's not worth saving if you're not in it.

[last lines]
[Cheetah appears robbing a bank]
Wonder Woman: [to Steve] I guess I'll see you at your apartment.
[runs off]
Col. Steve Trevor: Trevor: Call if you're gonna be late! I don't want dinner getting cold!
Little Girl: Look! It's Wonder Woman!

Wonder Woman: It's all true, isn't it, Steve? Everything my mother warned me about man's world is true. She even told me you'd try to seduce me, and I, like a fool, told her, "For now, let's only expect the best from the pilot." You tried to get me drunk. As if you could out drink an Amazon, you pathetic lightweight.
Col. Steve Trevor: [Sees thugs approaching] Oh, crap.
Wonder Woman: [Unaware of the thugs] Yes, I knew exactly what you were trying to do. And please don't use that language around me.

[Steve Trevor opens a taxi for Diana]
Wonder Woman: I lift cars. I can lift car-door handles.
Col. Steve Trevor: We talked about this, angel.
Wonder Woman: I know. Sorry.
[puts on a playful act]
Wonder Woman: Oh, thank you, Stevie. You're such a gentleman.

Wonder Woman: [to Ares] Well, I have learned one thing. It's not polite to hit a lady.

"Justice League: Secret Origins: Part II (#1.2)" (2001)
The Flash: Where have you been all my life?
Wonder Woman: Themyscira.
The Flash: Huh?
Hawkgirl: The home of the Amazons. I always thought it was merely a legend.
Wonder Woman: I assure you, it's as real as the ground on which we stand.

Wonder Woman: I am Diana. Princess of the Amazons.
The Flash: Pinch me, I must be dreaming.
[Superman elbows him in the ribs]
The Flash: Ow.

Green Lantern: Lady, this no job for amateurs.
Wonder Woman: We Amazons are warriors born. Want to test me?
Superman: Let's not fight among ourselves. John, we're gonna need all the help we can get.
Green Lantern: Fine. Sorry - Your Highness.

Wonder Woman: Hiding like cowards is not the Amazon way.
Batman: They must have a weakness. When we find it we'll strike.

J'onn J'onzz: There are no openings.
Wonder Woman: Then we'll make our own.
Batman: [J'onn prepares to chase her but Batman holds him back] Wait. Let's see what she can do.
Wonder Woman: [binds the alien and knocks it against the wall so it's destroyed and a hole is created] There's your opening.
Batman: Not bad.

Wonder Woman: They run like cowards. What are you waiting for?

[Batman just misses getting out of the aliens' lab, sealed behind an opaque barrier Wonder Woman cannot breach. He surrenders the crystal, but the aliens ready their weapons to fire anyway. From the other side, the sound of weapons fire is heard, their impacts distorting the barrier, then stops]
Wonder Woman: No!
J'onn J'onzz: [grabs her shoulder] Wait. There's nothing more we can do for him.
Wonder Woman: You don't mean he's...
J'onn J'onzz: Gone.

"Justice League: Paradise Lost (#1.8)" (2002)
[Wonder Woman sees a mall for the first time]
Wonder Woman: It's like some kind of temple.
Superman: [sarcastically] Yes, for those who worship their credit cards.

[trying to think of something to say to her mother after her long absence]
Wonder Woman: "You look more radiant than ever, Mother..." No. "Gone, mother? I didn't go anywhere. I was in my room... alone... for eight months..." Definitely not. "The world was in peril! Would you have me just stand by and do nothing...?" Hera give me strength.

[Wonder Woman rescues little Cassie from a tree during a storm]
Wonder Woman: I've got you, little sister.
Cassie: [confused] You're not my sister.

Wonder Woman: If you break your vow, no magic in the universe will save you from *me*.

Wonder Woman: [finding a vase on display] Menalippe! Good for you. I always said your work was museum quality.

Wonder Woman: This is not your concern.
Superman: When my friends start tearing up museums, it becomes my concern.

Wonder Woman: [Sees mannequins in a mall with fancy clothes on them] How could any female wear such ridiculous garments?
Superman: [amused] You got me.

"Justice League Unlimited: Kids' Stuff (#1.3)" (2004)
Wonder Woman: [after being turned back into an adult] Circumstances aside, it was kind of... enjoyable to be a kid again.
Batman: I haven't been a kid since I was eight years old.

Young Wonder Woman: [to a crowd of unruly children] I promise you, we will find all your moms. And I'm gonna tell!

Young Wonder Woman: I guess I'll go with Clark.
[to Batman, flirting]
Young Wonder Woman: Unless I should go with you.
Young Batman: Whatever.
Young Superman: I'm fine to go with Diana.
Young Green Lantern: So Bruce and I are good to go?
Young Wonder Woman: I changed my mind. I'll go with Bruce and John can go with Clark.
Young Batman: [Getting annoyed] What*ever*.
[They take off]
Young Superman: What's with them?
Young Green Lantern: Man, for someone with like, fifty different kinds of vision, you are so blind.
[he takes off]
Young Superman: [still confused] What?

[Etrigan, now a diaper-wearing infant, randomly attacks the League with his fire breath until Wonder Woman wisely picks him up and burps him]
Young Wonder Woman: See? That's all he needed.
Young Green Lantern: [sniffs the air] Oh, man. That ain't all he needs.
Young Batman: Now *that* is a job for Superman.

[the League have been turned into kids]
Young Batman: This better be temporary.
Young Superman: You sound weird. Whoa! So do I.
Young Wonder Woman: I kind of like this.

[to baby Etrigan, running amok]
Young Wonder Woman: Etrigan, you stop right now! I mean it, you naughty monster! Bad, bad Etrigan!
[Etrigan stops, and starts crying]

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010) (V)
Superman: What's the point of this? Kara could level the entire island.
Wonder Woman: Having power and knowing how to use it aren't the same thing. You of all people should know that.
Superman: She's getting on my nerves.
Wonder Woman: I heard that too.

Big Barda: When I said drop in anytime, this isn't quite what I pictured.
Wonder Woman: Hello, Barda.
Big Barda: Diana. You didn't leave, like, an invisible plane in the driveway, right?

Granny Goodness: Surrender, Amazon.
Wonder Woman: Barda!
Gilotina: Surrender now, or the bitch dies.
Big Barda: No, Diana, let them kill me. Never surrender.
Granny Goodness: Imagine how pleased Darkseid will be. Why settle for some girl who fell to Earth when I can deliver to him the champion of the Amazons.

Wonder Woman: I'm sorry, but it has to be this way.
Batman: She's right.
Superman: I don't understand.
Wonder Woman: Look around. What if this had been the middle of the day? The park crowded with people, children. She needs more specialized training. I'm taking her with me.
Superman: And what if I say no?
Batman: There's another reason she can't stay. I'll explain later. For now, I'm asking you to trust me.

Superman: This ends now.
[fires an array of his heat vision at Doomsday clones, destroying them]
Superman: I had no choice.
Wonder Woman: They weren't truly alive. No blood, no minds. You did what you had to do.

Batman: You looked like you were ready to snap Artemis' neck.
Superman: Harbinger's vision showed Kara in danger. How do you expect me to react with a sword to her throat?
Batman: I expect you to be rational.
Wonder Woman: Bruce...
Batman: [to Wonder Woman] No.
[to Superman]
Batman: Ever since this girl came into our lives, you've let your guard down, Clark. Even exposed your secret identity, despite common sense.
Superman: Unlike you, Bruce, I don't look for the bad in everyone. You may think I'm naive, but my every instinct tells me this girl is my cousin. She's done nothing to show me otherwise and she'll be safe with me.
Wonder Woman: Clark, the visions are getting worse.

"Justice League: A Knight of Shadows: Part II (#1.21)" (2002)
Wonder Woman: Let me understand this. You possess the most powerful object in the world, and yet all you wished for is money and woman?
Harv Hickman: What else is there?

Wonder Woman: [after being forced to beat he giant worm he was transformed into] Sorry, Harv.

The Flash: [after he locks the Philospher's Stone away] Ha! I'd like to see her try and get it now .
Etrigan: Be careful what you wish for, little man.
The Flash: Well, aren't you a ray of sunshine? As far as I'm concerned, this mission's over. The world's safe again and I for one am gonna kick back. So go find some other house to haunt.
[Flash leaves]
Wonder Woman: He didn't mean that.
Etrigan: Do you think I care?

Wonder Woman: Flash is right. There's something unsettling about your friend. When he stares, it's like he's looking into my very soul.
Batman: True. But I'd rather have him with us than against us.

Mordred: Get out of my castle!
[Fires blasts at Flash and Wonder Woman]
The Flash: Whoa, the kid's got chops too.
Wonder Woman: The rotten apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

"Justice League Unlimited: The Once and Future Thing, Part One: Weird Western Tales (#1.12)" (2005)
Green Lantern: Anyway, why are we always talking about my love life? What's going on between you and Diana?
Batman: Nothing. She's a respected colleague.
Green Lantern: [unconvinced] Uh-huh.
Batman: I don't have time to pursue a relationship. My work is too important to allow another distraction. Diana's a remarkable woman, she's a valued friend. She's... standing right behind me, isn't she?
Wonder Woman: Don't let that stop you.
[leans over him, flirtatiously]
Wonder Woman: Keep digging.

[after swapping their costumes for cowboy clothes]
Wonder Woman: These shoes are killing me.
Batman: You fight crime wearing high heels.
Wonder Woman: High heels that fit!

Batman: [looking at a newspaper] I was afraid of this. The Elkhorn Gazette. It's either an amazing forgery, or it's less than a month old.
Wonder Woman: So?
Batman: Look at the date: June 1879.
Green Lantern: I have mentioned how much I hate time travel.

Wonder Woman: [deflecting as the cowboys fire] Those are the biggest, slowest bullets I've ever seen.

Wonder Woman: Don't hurt anyone. We could accidentally change history.
Green Lantern: Little late for that, don't you think?

"Wonder Woman: The New Original Wonder Woman (#1.1)" (1975)
Wonder Woman: I can avoid that bullet faster than you can shoot, Mr. Norman.

Wonder Woman: You obviously have little regard for womanhood. You must learn respect!

Wonder Woman: Women are the wave of the future, and sisterhood is stronger than anything!

Wonder Woman: [Walks through, Steve's office door] I knew it was you all the time.
Marcia: You didn't know anything.
Wonder Woman: Well I knew that you've had a friend who carried a machine gun in her purse, and you won't get away with whatever you're doing.
Marcia: Oh, then whose gonna stop me?
[points a gun at Wonder Woman]
Wonder Woman: You, of all people, should realize how useless that gun is against me.
Marcia: I don't need a gun to take you, Wonder Woman. I was Nuremberg Judo Champ!
Wonder Woman: I assume,
[closes door]
Wonder Woman: that that is suppose to impress me.
Marcia: [Karate Yell] Hah!
[Wonder Woman and Marcia gets into a tussle]
Wonder Woman: [Ending their climatic fight] They didn't teach you to fight fear!
[Punches Marcia, in the face]
Wonder Woman: [Walks to Marcia, tying her to the chair with her golden lasso] Now, you are going to tell the truth.
Marcia: I... I...
[gasps for air]
Wonder Woman: Don't bother fighting it, that lasso compels you to be honest, and you must answer every question. Where is Steve Trevor?
Marcia: [Out of breath] M-M-My apartment, 20-2809 West 20th Street, Chevy Chase.

Marcia: You may be fast, Wonder Woman, but nobody can be in two places at the same time!
Wonder Woman: It's over, Marcia, you're through.
Marcia: You may have me, but the Third Reich will never be through. It will go on a thousand years!
Wonder Woman: I heard the Greeks and the Romans say the same thing.
Marcia: You heard that?

"The All-New Super Friends Hour: The Marsh Monster/Runaways/Will the World Collide?/Time Rescue (#1.3)" (1977)
Wonder Woman: Batman, give me your Bat-Saw.

Wonder Woman: Someone's calling on the phone-o-vision.

Superman: Normally this would be a job for the Man of Steel. But now...
Wonder Woman: This is a job for Wonder Woman.

Jayna: If everyone as smart as Fearo used their ability for the *good* of all, this would be a far better world.
Wonder Woman: That's true, Jayna. And we can all be Super Friends.

Justice League: War (2014) (V)
Wonder Woman: You've gathered to protest me? You, what is your problem with me?
Pinstriped Loudmouth: You want the truth? You swing that sword with a smile and you scare normal people. And you dress like a whore.
Wonder Woman: This is not your truth. The Lasso compels you. Now tell us your truth.
Pinstriped Loudmouth: I cross-dress in a Wonder Woman costume outfit. It makes me feel powerful.
Wonder Woman: Embrace your truth, my friend. My outfit makes me feel powerful too.

Cyborg: I think what Lantern is saying is that it's time for some teamwork. So let's pull it together.
Shazam: Yeah, baby, clap it up.
The Flash: What's the plan, then?
Green Lantern: Well, he blast those beams out of his eyes, right?
Wonder Woman: It's settled, then. We blind him.
Green Lantern: That's as good as a plan as any. Yeah, we follow and we stay out of sight. I'll turn on the fireworks to get his attention. Princess, you in striking distance and stab that son of a bitch in the eyes.
Wonder Woman: Like poor damned Oedipus.
Shazam: Yeah, what the hot Greek chick said.
The Flash: And the invasion of monsters raining from the sky, what about them?
Cyborg: I might be able to send them back where they came from.
Green Lantern: Good enough for me. Here we go, team. We got this.

Wonder Woman: I can't believe people are no longer afraid of us.
Superman: Or that they think we're a team. We're not a team. But I am please to meet some folks who get me.
Wonder Woman: Yes, it was good to talk among a pantheon again.
Superman: How do you mean?
Wonder Woman: Hades, Apollo, Hermes, Zeus... each a god in their right.
Superman: And me?
Wonder Woman: I have never met anyone like you, Superman. God or mortal.

Shazam: I don't know, a team? I've got a lot of responsibilities.
Wonder Woman: As do I.
Green Lantern: Well, I have a whole universe to protect, people, so there you go.
The Flash: Come on, we can do it together.
Green Lantern: Yeah? Can you fly in space?
Superman: I can.
Green Lantern: Not my point. Look, we're not friends. We're not a team.
The Flash: I don't agree, Hal. I kind of like of being a part of something.
Green Lantern: Yeah, you would. Listen, this was just a one-time deal, okay?
Batman: And what if something should happen again?
Green Lantern: Please, what could possible happen?

Justice League Heroes (2006) (VG)
Wonder Woman: This isn't the Watchtower.
Batman: No, it isn't. It's an emergency bunker 12 miles away. Part of my contingency plans.
Superman: Which you were going to tell us about when?
Batman: When necessary.

Wonder Woman: I don't know how, but you've been misled. If those missiles launch, they could kill millions.
Killer Frost: And?
Zatanna: She's a whack job, Diana. No point trying to talk her out of it.
Killer Frost: She's right. I'm criminally insane. Want to see my note from the doctor?
Zatanna: No. But if you don't step aside, I'm putting you in the hospital.
Killer Frost: Funny! I see what you did there. You should get off a good one-liner before you die.

Superman: Several sets of doors. Each two feet thick, and made of pure Osmium. The densest metal on Earth.
Wonder Woman: The rest of the League will be here any second. You need to tell me how you plan to get them open.
Superman: Pretty simple, actually. I'm going to "knock".

Darkseid: You can't control me, you can't destroy me, and there is no prison in the universe that can hold me.
Wonder Woman: I don't believe you're telling me the truth.
[wraps her lasso around Darkseid]
Wonder Woman: You know the power of my magic lasso. No one bound by it can tell a lie.
Darkseid: If I were free, I'd tear you limb from limb.
Zatanna: I believe him.

Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe (2008) (VG)
Wonder Woman: I take it you two know each other.
Sub-Zero: He is Jax. A formidable warrior, as you will soon discover.
Wonder Woman: [to Jax] Well, warrior, I don't know what your universe is doing to mine, or what you are doing to this station, but true warriors don't use guns. And if it's a fight you want, you'll soon be joining your friends in a cell.

Superman: [D.C. Universe Storyline ending, Superman is in Darkseid's Palace] Raiden. He's gone.
Wonder Woman: The others have disappeared as well.
Captain Marvel: The rage, it's gone.
Lex Luthor: What is this place?
Superman: Darkseid's throne room. The two universes must have separated. Everything is returned to...
[is interupted by groaning]
Superman: normal.
[Looks down to see what that was]
Superman: You're not Darkseid.
Shao Kahn: I am Shao Kahn, and you will bow to me!
[Tries to throw a green firebell, but fails]
Shao Kahn: What?
[Superman grins and the next scene shows Shao Kahn in the Phantom Zone, as he orbits Earth in shattered peices of glass]

Captain Marvel: [Influenced by the Kombat Rage] The Rage will consume us all!
Wonder Woman: Not if I can help it.
Wonder Woman: [after defeating Captain Marvel] I need you to be calm, what's happening?
Captain Marvel: I don't know. I try to reach out to the gods and I can't recognize what I see. The rage, you... have... to... help me.
Sub-Zero: You should've finished him.
Wonder Woman: Your world must be different from ours. Here, we don't kill outr friends.

Wonder Woman: What are you doing on Themyscira?
Scorpion: I am Scorpion, I come seeking the princess.
Wonder Woman: I am Earth princess . You may speak to me, Scorpion.
Scorpion: You're not the princess I seek.
Scorpion: [Begins to walk away]
Wonder Woman: You may not roam this island at will. But if you come with me, even though you are an invader, I promise that you will not be harmed.
Scorpion: [Scorpion then sends his spear to Wonder Woman who blocks it with her wirstbands]
Scorpion: You can not harm me, but I'll show you the meaning of pain!

Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010) (V)
Batman: All right, Flash. Beginning test run.
Flash: I don't know, Batman. This is pretty radical. You're absolutely sure it works?
Batman: Pretty sure.
Flash: Pretty sure? That isn't...
[Batman teleports Flash aboard new headquarters]
Flash: ...good enough.
Batman: Teleporter's online.
Flash: Are you crazy? Is he crazy? How could he use that thing on me if the wasn't sure?
J'onn J'onzz: He was joking.
Flash: Yeah, how can you tell?
Wonder Woman: You really think he would risk your life if he wasn't sure?
Flash: Well, maybe. I mean, I don't think he likes me very much.
J'onn J'onzz: I don't think he likes anyone very much.

[Flash bumps into the invisible plane]
Wonder Woman: Mind your head.
Flash: I can't believe you kept that thing.
Wonder Woman: Spoils of war. I like it.
Flash: What do you need a plane for anyway? You can fly.
Green Lantern: You drive a car.
Flash: That is *so* not the point.

Superwoman: Enjoy yourselves while you can. My friends are gonna tear you apart.
Flash: Told you we should have left her.
Wonder Woman: We couldn't take the chance she'd escape and warn them we're coming.
Superwoman: When I get lose, I'm killing you right after Batman. Uhh!
Wonder Woman: [punches Superwoman] Doesn't mean we have to listen to her, though.

Wonder Woman: [about Rose] Maybe there's another one like her back on our Earth.
J'onn J'onzz: With my luck, she'll be evil.

"Justice League: Maid of Honor: Part II (#2.8)" (2003)
[last lines]
Wonder Woman: You know, we never did get to finish our dance.
[Batman is surprised that she's seen through his secret identity]
Batman: I don't know what you're talking about.
Wonder Woman: If you say so...
[takes his arm]
Wonder Woman: But you're still taking me dancing.

J'onn J'onzz: Batman, we couldn't prevent the railgun from discharging!
Batman: Me neither. But I did manage to change the targeting coordinates.
Wonder Woman: Where'd you send it?
Batman: [smiles] Right here.

Minister: If anyone here has reason why these two should not be united in marriage, let him speak now, or forever hold their peace.
[a tank crashes through the wall of the chapel, followed shortly by Diana]
Wonder Woman: Audrey, stop! I won't let you marry him! He's...
[an energy charge hits her, and she drops to the floor, unconscious. Audrey stares as Savage calmly slips his gun back into his sleeve]
Vandal Savage: Does anyone else have any objection?

Batman: You go there uninvited, you'll be breaking international law.
Wonder Woman: I get my hands on Savage, that's not all I'll be breaking. You coming?

"Justice League Unlimited: Dead Reckoning (#3.6)" (2006)
Superman: Come on, Bruce, I know a burger place in Metropolis that has the best fries on the east coast. And the milkshakes are so thick...
[Deadman takes control of Superman's body]
Superman: I need your help!
Wonder Woman: That's pretty thick!

Superman: Is everything okay?
Wonder Woman: Well, I'm sort of missing Flash's obligatory joke about how Grodd made a monkey out of us.
Superman: Just couldn't let it go unsaid.
Wonder Woman: Obligatory!

Superman: [possessed by Deadman] Gorilla City?
Wonder Woman: A hidden city of talking, hyper-intelligent gorillas, with technology far beyond anything humans have developed.
Superman: Come on!
Wonder Woman: You're a ghost from the Himalayas, having trouble believing this?
Superman: Point.

Wonder Woman: [after Deadman leaves her body] Next time, ask permission!

Injustice 2 (2017) (VG)
Wonder Woman: Your mind tricks won't harm me.
Gorilla Grodd: Then, I'll rely on brute strength!
Wonder Woman: Did I mention I'm an Amazon?

Wonder Woman: Batman sends a child against me?
Blue Beetle: I'm ready to level up.
Wonder Woman: Then, let's see what you can do.

Wonder Woman: [after Brainiac is defeated and the cities restored, Superman falls to the ground] You're okay.
Aquaman: I thought it was too late, but I can feel the heartbeat of Atlantis. Brainiac's work is undone.
Superman: Not all of it, I couldn't save everyone.
Batman: Some cities are still trapped in the collection, others were lost: Wiped from the ship's memory, Metropolis, Coast City.
Green Lantern: But we can still save them, right? Carol? My Family?
Superman: I'm sorry, Hal.
Wonder Woman: [She and Supergirl help Superman up] First Krypton, now Earth? No other world should suffer this.
Batman: [Superman walks toward Brainiac, but Batman gets in his way] Clark, no. Even if I agree Brainiac should die, you can't. We need him alive to save the rest of our cities.
Superman: No we don't. With more time and Cyborg's help, the ship will obey me.
Batman: Or we can lose more cities.
The Flash: Bruce is right, we can't be sure.
Aquaman: What we can be sure is that Brainiac puts everyone else at risk.
Wonder Woman: This is no different than Joker. If you'd kill him, we might...
Batman: [Interrupts] It was never that simple, Diana.
Superman: Yes it is, Bruce. Metropolis and Coast City are gone.
[Batman gets out a gold bladed knife]
Superman: How many more innocent people die before you accept that some lives need to be taken?
[Batman slashes Superman with the Gold bladed knife, Superman falls to his knees and looks at his right hand which has his own blood]
Superman: My powers, how did you...
Batman: Gold Kryptonite: courtesy of Firestorm.
Wonder Woman: Get up, Kal.
Batman: Stay down, enough exposure and you'll be de-powered permanently.
Superman: This madness has to end, Bruce.

Superman: [Superman story mode ending] It's over, Bruce.
[Batman gradually gets up but Superman using his super breath keeps Batman on the ground]
Batman: You don't have to do this.
Superman: I'm not letting Brainiac live to put Earth at risk again.
Batman: Then what, I'm your next victim?
Superman: [Grabs Batman by the neck] I could've killed you years ago, it would be so easy.
Batman: So go ahead, Clark. Do it. Show me what a villain looks like.
Superman: [His eyes are glowing] Is that what you want to see?
[about to use his heat vision, but decides against it and knocks out Batman with a headbutt]
Wonder Woman: He's still breathing.
Superman: If he dies, he dies a martyr. I want him kept alive.
Wonder Woman: We need to deal with Kara.
Superman: She's young. Give her time. She'll come around.
Wonder Woman: And if she doesn't?
Superman: She *will*. This time, *everyone* will.
[the scene goes to Stryker's Island and Superman with Brainiac's colors walks to Supergirl in a Red Sun Prison as the door closes Superman reveals himself with the same purple eyes as Brainiac]
Supergirl: You bonded with Brainiac's ship?
Superman: Brainiac is dead. The remaining cities have been restored, and just like I told you, Earth is at Peace.
Supergirl: Under your heel.
Superman: I wish you'd come around, Kara. I'm building a new army to protect Earth. There are billions of warriors trapped in Brainiac's collection: Kryptonians, Daxamites, Czarnians. I'll have a legion whose power rivals of the combined Lantern Corp. and I want you to lead it with me.
Supergirl: Never, Kal.
Superman: You'll either make the right choice, or I'll make it for you.
[Then before Supergirl, a Brainiac mind controlled Batman appears]
Superman: What's it going to be?

"Justice League: The Brave and the Bold: Part II (#1.13)" (2002)
[Wonder Woman is trying to push away a nuclear missile headed for Gorilla City]
Wonder Woman: Hera, give me strength!
[Pushing, she keeps the missile from impacting the city, and instead it skids along the ground, digging a deep trench and crushing her underneath as it skids to a stop]
Batman: DIANA!
[Batman drops into the trench and starts digging rubble away furiously. J'onn and Hawkgirl watch from above, knowing it's hopeless. J'onn puts a hand on Batman's shoulder; he stops digging, looking downcast. Then the missile lifts out of the ground, and Diana comes up, holding its guidance system]
Wonder Woman: The Fates were kind today. Your city is safe.
[the gorillas cheer. Diana looks at Batman, then notices his gloves, caked with dirt up to the elbow. He hides them beneath his cape. She leans over and kisses his cheek]

Hawkgirl: Proximity alert at twelve-o'clock.
J'onn J'onzz: I see nothing.
Wonder Woman: Batman designed this ship. If it says something is there -
[the shuttle strikes something invisible]
J'onn J'onzz: Hold on!
[manages to even its descent enough to land after a few bumps then gets out with the others to see the exterior damage]
J'onn J'onzz: Your faith in Batman's engineering-skills was well-founded.

Wonder Woman: [Hawkgirl tries to hit the forcefield open with her mace and is shocked and flung back against her] Let's try a different approach.

Gorilla Soldier: What? The shield wall, it's shutting down! Get it back up, immediately!
Gorilla #1: [attempts to do so on a remote control] It's not responding... someone's overridden the system!
Gorilla Soldier: Grodd!
Gorilla #2: Sir, defense scans have detected armed missiles heading this way. What are your orders?
Gorilla Soldier: Evacuate the city, immediately!
Gorilla #2: But what about the humans?
Gorilla Soldier: I have bigger problems now!
Wonder Woman: Maybe we can help.
Gorilla Soldier: You? What could you possibly do to save us?
Hawkgirl: [holds up her mace, grinning] Just watch!

"Justice League: Secret Origins: Part III (#1.3)" (2001)
Wonder Woman: They're nothing but untamed savages.
J'onn J'onzz: Do not judge them too harshly. They act out of fear.

Wonder Woman: [of Batman] He was a true warrior.

Green Lantern: Diana, watch my back.
Wonder Woman: You want to rely on an amateur?

Batman: Coming from the depths of space, the invaders have no resistance to our sun's radiation.
Wonder Woman: So you did find their weakness after all.

"The All-New Super Friends Hour: Doctor Fright/Drag Race/Day of the Plant Creatures/Fire (#1.4)" (1977)
Wonder Woman: Sorry, fellows, we're in a rush.
[vaults off]

Wonder Woman: One do-it-yourself plant-trap coming up.

Jayna: If Aquaman hadn't found the cure, the world would've been one big garden.
Wonder Woman: And not the Garden of Eden.

"Wonder Woman: Judgment from Outer Space: Part 2 (#1.11)" (1977)
Paul Bjornsen: The truth behind all power, all governments: strength.
Wonder Woman: The strength of a frightened evil child...
[Bjornsen snickers]
Wonder Woman: ... too terrified to trust in gentleness.
Paul Bjornsen: Gentleness? Only in paradise Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman: I hope not.

Andros: She's here to help us.
Major Steve Trevor: How do you know you can trust her?
Wonder Woman: Andros knows.
Lisa Engel: Yes. I don't care what happens to the rest of you, but I won't see him killed.

Andros: Whatever happens, my dear princess, your coming here to help me like this has renewed my faith in humankind. I am stripped of my powers, so the only way I can return to my spacecraft safely is with human help. And I will have made a point. If I am killed...
Wonder Woman: ...Then it would prove that we weren't civilized, and then the earth...
Andros: ...Would end.
Wonder Woman: And you have risked your life for us.
Andros: No, for what I believe in. I don't risk my life. My life is what I believe in.

"Justice League Unlimited: To Another Shore (#3.4)" (2005)
Wonder Woman: Mr. Terrific can fill in. He's smart enough to do monitor duty and the Sunday Times crossword puzzle at the same time.
Mr. Terrific: Go ahead, J'onn - I'm already finished with the crossword.
Green Arrow: You did it in ink again, didn't you?

[Wonder Woman appears in a smart suit]
Green Arrow: [wolf whistle] Looking good, Diana. Hot date?
Wonder Woman: No such luck, Ollie. I'm representing Themyscira at the global warming conference.
Green Arrow: Way to go, man. Save the planet!

J'onn J'onzz: Mr. Terrific is more that capable, but I insist on remaining where I am needed.
Wonder Woman: Turn around and talk to me.
[J'onn turns to Diana]
Wonder Woman: You've been cooped up like a hermit in the Watchtower for almost two years now.
J'onn J'onzz: I can better serve the League...
Wonder Woman: We're not even gonna have that argument. You're a super-strong, near-invulnerable, telepathic shape-shifter. The reason you aren't on the ground protecting humanity is because you don't want to be. You don't actually like humanity all that much, do you?
J'onn J'onzz: ...I don't dislike them.
Wonder Woman: You're not the only newcomer to this world around here. People have strange ways and take a lot of getting used to.But it's worth the effort. They're worth it.
Green Arrow: She's got your number, J'onn. You need to mingle, maybe take a meal in the commissary every once in awhile.
J'onn J'onzz: My Martian physiology doesn't require as many meals as a human.
Wonder Woman: You know what he means. You must be terribly lonely. I've gotta go, but we're not done talking about this.

"Justice League: A Knight of Shadows (#1.20)" (2002)
The Flash: Harv Hickman? The magazine publisher?
Wonder Woman: You know his work?
The Flash: I... only read it for the articles.

Wonder Woman: You've been hunting this sorceress Le Fay for how long?
Etrigan: For hundreds of years, she's taunted me in a never-ending game of cat-and-mouse. But I'll never rest until her soul writhes in the Eternal Pit!
The Flash: [aside] And I thought Bats was creepy.

[Flash and Wonder Woman cut to the front of the line]
Bouncer: Are you on the list?
Wonder Woman: This is an emergency. We are with the Justice League.
Bouncer: Sure, lady. So are they.
[Flash and Wonder Woman turn to see a group of guests in cheap superhero costumes]
The Flash: Rrrright.
Bouncer: Now, get back in line.
[puts his hand on Wonder Woman's shoulder]
Wonder Woman: You stupid little man.
[picks the bouncer up and throws him into some bushes to the cheers of guests in line]

"Justice League: Fury (#1.14)" (2002)
Perfume Lady: [showing Wonder Woman perfume] Wear this, and you'll have to beat the men off with a stick.
Wonder Woman: Believe me, I don't need a stick.

Wonder Woman: Why would anyone want to cover up their natural beauty?
Lipstick Lady: Eeasy for *you* to say, Miss Cheekbones.

Batman: It's an Amazon design, isn't it?
Wonder Woman: Yes, but it could be a forgery. Besides, Amazons don't steal. It's against our code. And we never leave the island.
Batman: Never.
[she looks back at him]

"Justice League: Hereafter (#2.19)" (2003)
Toyman: [happily] Superman go bye-bye!
[long pause. Wonder Woman destroys his Robot and approaches Toyman, Toyman pulls out a water gun]
Toyman: Stay back, it's full of acid!
Wonder Woman: [knocks the water gun out his hand and picks up Toyman with one arm] Do I *look* like I'm playing games?
Toyman: What are you going to do to me?
Wonder Woman: [tears streaming down her face] I'm going to punch a hole in your head.
Flash: [Flash grabs Wonder Woman's punching arm] We don't do that to our enemies.
Wonder Woman: Speak for yourself.
Flash: I'm trying to speak for Superman.
[Wonder Woman releases Toyman. Flash releases Wonder Woman]

Lobo: The point is, Superman bit the big one, and the Main Man's here to take his place!
[Wonder Woman grabs him and throws him against the wall]
Wonder Woman: You're no Superman!
Lobo: The ladies say different.

J'onn J'onzz: Batman hasn't arrived. Have you spoken with him?
Wonder Woman: He's still not answering calls. He doesn't handle loss very well.
[at Superman's funeral, people start murmuring]
Hawkgirl: Is that him now? I can't see.
Lois Lane: I can.
[Luthor has appeared among the mourners]
Lois Lane: Luthor, how dare you show your face here!
Lex Luthor: Lois, I...
Lois Lane: [slaps him] Have you come to gloat? You've tried to get rid of him for years! Are you happy now? Isn't this what you've always wanted? I hate you! I HATE YOU!
[she starts beating him with her fists, then collapses into his arms, sobbing]
Lex Luthor: Believe it or not, I'm going to miss him too.

"Justice League: Paradise Lost: Part II (#1.9)" (2002)
[first lines]
Wonder Woman: Powerful forces are at work here.
Superman: [sighs rubbing his head] Tell me something I don't know.
Wonder Woman: I hope I didn't hurt you.
Superman: Let's just say I'm glad we're usually on the same team.

Batman: The last entry makes references to Tartarus.
Wonder Woman: The Pit of Eternal Souls.
Superman: Isn't it just a myth?

Superman: So, who is this Faust?
Batman: Felix Faust was once a respected professor of archaeology, but when he became fascinated with the mystic arts, he was kicked out of the university for his heretical ideas. He swore revenge on those who mocked him, then several later disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
Wonder Woman: [Walks over to grey decayed heads with horrified faces up on a high shelf] I have a pretty good idea what happened to them...
The Flash: Ew!
Superman: He's mad.
Batman: It gets worse. I found his journal. The last entries make reference to Tartarus.
Wonder Woman: The pit of lost souls.
Superman: Isn't that just a myth?
Wonder Woman: If only it were.

"Justice League Unlimited: Destroyer (#3.13)" (2006)
Atomic Skull: Wait a minute, we helped you guys save the world. Don't we even get any consideration?
[pause. Superman shrugs at Batman]
Batman: You're right.
[Everyone looks surprised]
Batman: Five-minute head start.
Atomic Skull: Five minutes? Are you kidding?
Wonder Woman: Four minutes, fifty seconds...

[last lines]
Superman: A head start? You're getting soft in your old age.
Batman: Don't you have a tall building to go leap?
Wonder Woman: And the adventure continues.

[while fighting Parademons over the Great Wall of China, Wonder Woman sees a portly Chinese man run toward them]
Wonder Woman: Get away from here! It's not safe!
Chinese Man: It's all right, I want to help!
Wonder Woman: I appreciate your intent...
[Parademons attack the man. He punches them away with ease]
Wonder Woman: ...Hera!
[the man shape-shifts into a huge Chinese dragon, swatting away swarms of Parademons, then hovers before Diana and transforms into... ]
Wonder Woman: J'onn!
[hugs him]
J'onn J'onzz: Good to see you too, Diana. I've got a lot to tell you about.
Wonder Woman: We'll catch up later.
J'onn J'onzz: [grins] Wouldn't miss it. First thing's first...

"Justice League: The Terror Beyond (#2.15)" (2003)
Wonder Woman: Hera give me strength!
Hawkgirl: Do you have to say that all the time?

Hawkgirl: Just for the record, I didn't start this fight.
Wonder Woman: First time for everything.

Wonder Woman: We can't assume he's gone bad. Aquaman helped save the world, remember?
Hawkgirl: He helped save *Atlantis*. He couldn't care less about the world.
Superman: It doesn't make sense to jump to either conclusion. Let's just see what he has to say.
Hawkgirl: Do you ever get chafed, straddling the fence all the time?

"The All-New Super Friends Hour: Invasion of the Hydronoids/Hitchhike/City in a Bottle/Space Emergency (#1.2)" (1977)
Aquaman: What can we do?
Wonder Woman: Use my magic lasso, and an old Boy Scout trick, I hope.

Aquaman: Mongor was destined to lose.
Wonder Woman: Like Julius Caesar, Napoleon, Alexander the Great. Those who use force are destined to lose in the end.

Astronaut: The space station owes you its thanks.
Wonder Woman: It's we who owe *you* thanks, for paving new frontiers in space.

"Justice League Unlimited: For the Man Who Has Everything (#1.2)" (2004)
[it's Superman's birthday; Batman shows Wonder Woman his gift - it's just an envelope]
Wonder Woman: Bruce, you didn't get him a gift certificate, did you?
Batman: No!
Batman: Cash.

[last lines]
[Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman look at Mongul, imprisoned by the Black Mercy]
Wonder Woman: I wonder what he's seeing?
Batman: [with feeling] Whatever it is, it's too good for him.

Mongul: [holding Wonder Woman up] What inferior specimens he surrounds himself with. I took her down before she even knew I was there, and I'll take this planet just as easily.
[Wonder Woman's eyes quickly open and she kicks Mongul, causing him to fall]
Wonder Woman: Maybe not as easily as you think.
[Mongul rubs his jaw and glares at her]
Wonder Woman: We inferior specimens call it playing possum.
[Mongul rises to his feet and he and Wonder Woman get into fighting stances before Batman steps between them]
Batman: No.
Wonder Woman: No?
Mongul: Clearly, the males on this world are the smart ones.
[to Wonder Woman; slowly]
Mongul: He wants to know about the plant. The Black Mercy is a telepathic species. It reads the heart's desire and feeds the individual a totally convincing simulation of it.
Batman: So, he's dreaming.
Mongul: Oh, far deeper than any dream. I wonder where he thinks he is. Sitting on a throne, ruling the universe, all you human garbage fawning at his feet. More honest, don't you think, than this pretense of being a selfless hero?
[Wonder Woman lunges at him and delivers a one-two combo which makes him stagger but hurts her hands]
Mongul: You don't understand. He was the only obstacle in my way. The rest of you are already dead.

"Wonder Woman: Death in Disguise (#2.16)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: [while tying Nightingale and Violet to the guillotine] Who did you hire to make the hit?
Nightingale: A man named Starker. But to know his name will do you no good, he's a master of disguise.

Wonder Woman: You know Major, you really ought to change your hairstyle.
[referring to Starker's disguse as Anita Finley]
Wonder Woman: Something like this.
[Removed the wig off Starker's head]
Wonder Woman: [to I.A.D.C. guards] Gentlemen.
[Guards take Starker away]

Carlo Indrezzano: You mean
Carlo Indrezzano: YOU saved me?
Wonder Woman: Yes.
Carlo Indrezzano: That's impossible. It's ridiculous. You're a woman!
Wonder Woman: I have been told that once or twice.

"Justice League Unlimited: Ultimatum (#1.9)" (2004)
Bizarro: Me do anything for woman I love! Even break her boyfriend out of jail!
Wonder Woman: And what's going to happen then?
Bizarro: Uh...

Wonder Woman: Whatever's going on, we'll do everything in our power to...
Wind Dragon: Yes, *power*. That's what it always comes down to, doesn't it? And that's the only way we'll ever be remembered. If we're the ones who take down the Justice League, the world will never forget us!
Batman: Listen to yourself., you're not making any sense! You're getting sicker!
Wind Dragon: Translation: They're afraid to face us.
Long Shadow: No!
Wind Dragon: As a man said, "You're either with us, or against us"!

Amanda Waller: We'll take it from here. The Ultimen belong to us.
Wonder Woman: Belong?
Maxwell Lord: A poor choice of words. We'll see to it their last days are comfortable. We will take care of you... you have my word, for whatever it's worth.
Wind Dragon: ...All right, Max.

"Young Justice: Agendas (#1.22)" (2012)
Wonder Woman: You indoctrinated Robin into crimefighting at the ripe-old age of nine.
Batman: Robin needed to help bring the man who murdered his family to justice.
Wonder Woman: So he could turn out like you?
Batman: So that he wouldn't.

J'onn J'onzz: Another expansion of the League could generate another escalation of hostilities from our enemies. No one needs or wants another Injustice League.
Superman: Point taken. But the option remains to vote no on all candidates. So, I nominate Icon for League membership.
[a hologram of Icon appears]
Green Arrow: [chuckles] Why? Because you suspect Icon might be Kryptonian like you did with Captain Marvel?
Captain Marvel: You thought I was Kryptonian? Cool!
Wonder Woman: [to Superman] Icon interests me also. As does his protegé, Rocket.
[Rocket's hologram replaces Icon's]
Wonder Woman: [to Black Canary and Hawkgirl] Athena knows the League could use more female members.
Black Canary: Agreed.
Hawkwoman: Hear, hear!

Wonder Woman: It's not just his age. It's the fact that he lied about it.
Captain Marvel: I didn't lie... exactly. I just left out the part about being a kid.
Wonder Woman: A lie of omission is still a lie. You kept an important secret from us. No one in the League knew the truth.
Batman: I did.
Wonder Woman: I shouldn't be surprised.

"Wonder Woman: Pot of Gold (#3.11)" (1978)
Pat: [Wonder Woman inspects the empty box in which Bonelli's men had trapped Pat O'Hanlon] Would you be looking for someone, Miss Wonder Wonder?
Wonder Woman: [Looking puzzled] Well, yes. As a matter of fact, I was looking for you, Mr. O'Hanlon.
Pat: Oh, you thought I was one place, when actually I was somewhere else. A common enough mistake. That thief, Bonelli, thought the same thing.
Wonder Woman: What are you doing in here?
Pat: Getting me gold.
Wonder Woman: Well, if you had cooperated with Diana Prince before... she might've been able to help you.
Pat: [Pointing his finger at Wonder Woman] Don't you bandy words with me, Wonder Woman. You, of all people, should know the rules under which I must operate.
[Walks away, leaving Wonder Woman looking shocked after his smart-ass remark]
Wonder Woman: Well, eh, do you have any idea where they went?
Pat: If I knew that, do you think I'd be standing here?
Wonder Woman: Mr. O'Hanlon, this is the center of Bonelli's operations, isn't it?
Pat: It is that. Would care for a tour? Follow me, ma'am.
[Wonder Woman follows him to a desk]
Pat: Now here's where he conducted his business.
[starts looking through some papers]
Wonder Woman: Well, I think I might have an idea, where Mr. Thackery is conducting his.
Pat: Oh. Where's that?
Wonder Woman: [while scribbling on a pad with a pencil, to see what was written on the previous page] Well, if we're lucky, it's near here, and that's where the gold is headed. And so are we. By we I mean the IADC and several squad cars, Mr. O'Hanlon. 'Cause, I'd like for you to call Steve Trevor at the IADC, and...
[O'Hanlon has disappeared]

Pat: Now what did you do that for?
Wonder Woman: I just saved your life!
Pat: You let them get away, is what you did.
[puts on his hat]
Pat: Gah! Interfering women.
[gnashes his teeth]

[last lines]
Wonder Woman: Mr. O'Hanlan, how did you do that?
Pat: Ah, we all have our little secrets, don't we, Miss Wonder Woman?
[Wonder Woman's smile tuns into a look of surprise, until O'Hanlan starts laughing. Then she flashes her enchanting smile just in time for the final freeze frame]

"Wonder Woman: The Deadly Toys (#2.12)" (1977)
Wonder Woman: Whatever you were programmed for, I guess it wasn't for truth.

Wonder Woman: [Holding up Dexter's car] Dexter! The disadvantage of three wheel drive.

Wonder Woman: [Referring to Hoffman] Tired old man, my eye!

"The All-New Super Friends Hour: The Brain Machine/Joy Ride/Invasion of the Earthors/The Whirlpool (#1.1)" (1977)
[last lines]
[segment: "The Brain Machine"]
Wonder Woman: No man has the right to force his will on others no matter how good his intentions may be.

Dr. Cranum: I don't understand. How could I have failed with such superior intelligence?
Wonder Woman: It's not a super intellect that's important.
Batman: It's how you apply it.

Wonder Woman: Neighbors, whether they're people or countries or worlds, must learn to discuss their problems and work together.

Justice League: Doom (2012) (V)
Wonder Woman: Cyborg?
Cyborg: That's me, all right.
Wonder Woman: You want to tell me what the hell is going on here?

Batman: I've carefully studied every Justice Leaguer, past and present and created contingency plans to neutralize you should that become necessary.
The Flash: You've gotta be kidding me.
Batman: Neutralize, not kill. Whoever implemented my plans altered them.
Wonder Woman: It's still a completely unacceptable breach of our trust.
Batman: The members of the Justice League are among the most powerful and potentially dangerous people on the planet.
The Flash: You think one of us would go over to the other side?
Batman: Or succumb to mind control. Yes, it's impossible. That's why I developed plans for containing any of all members of the JLA should the need ever arise.
Superman: None of us would ever do that to you.
Batman: Then you're damned fools.

Superman: In light of the recent breach of trust revealed to us during the Vandal Savage matter, we have to decide whether Batman should remain in the League. All those in favor of...
Wonder Woman: Wait. Before we vote, I believe the accused should be allowed a few words in his defense.
Green Lantern: Seconded.
Superman: Okay. Batman?
Batman: My actions don't require any defense. In the same situation, I'd do it again.
The Flash: Aw, come on!
Batman: As individuals, and even more so as a group, the Justice League is far too dangerous to lack a failsafe against any possible misuse of our power.
Wonder Woman: We use our power to protect the world. We always have.
Batman: And what if we ever used it for some other purpose?
[rises from his seat]
Batman: If you people can't see the potential danger of an out-of-control Justice League, I don't need to wait for a vote. I don't belong here.
[walks out of the room]

"Justice League: Twilight (#2.1)" (2003)
Darkseid: Appraently he's harder to kill than you realized. You know his pattern, Kal-El. Once he's finished siphoning the memory banks, and technology of my planet...
Superman: He'll annihilate it... Good!
Wonder Woman: Superman.
Hawkgirl: What?
J'onn J'onzz: You can't mean it!

Wonder Woman: [after he blasts his way out of the beast's mouth] You all right?
Batman: Peachy.

Wonder Woman: [as Lightray slaps her then starts to fly off] Hey! Come back here!
Lightray: Only if you catch me!
Wonder Woman: He's worse than The Flash!

Justice League: Gods and Monsters (2015) (V)
Wonder Woman: [Before destroying Platinum] Fry bitch

Wonder Woman: Why do you even listen? They hate us.
Superman: Don't let the crowds down there fool you, Bekka. They are not la gente común, the real people. There are many who would like nothing better than for us to take over. Tell her, Kirk.
Batman: Twenty-two percent domestically, twenty-nine percent worldwide.
Superman: Revolutions have been built on less. Imagine ending all ideological squabbling. No more war, no more insurrections. All those little dots down there connected to a single, productive purpose: a world brought together as one.
Wonder Woman: Under us?
Superman: Under us.
Wonder Woman: You just got less sexy.

Wonder Woman: [Highfather and the Gods of New Genesis have just slaughtered the entire ruling elite of Apokolips, including Orion, at Orion and Bekka's wedding] You said he could live.
Highfather: I said I would spare him for you, but not at the expense of the mission. Even if he had lived, what life could you have had with him?
Wonder Woman: He was different.
Highfather: He was Darkseid's blood, one of countless bastards in a line of endless betrayal.
Wonder Woman: [picks up the sword Orion gave her as a wedding gift and points it at Highfather] You are one to speak! You are blood-soaked in betrayal!
Highfather: Watch your tongue, granddaughter!
Wonder Woman: If I had to do it over, I would have warned them all. I would have shouted to the skies, "Trust not the monster Highfather. He is mad with power!"
Lightray: Silence!
[Lighhtray fires a blast at Bekka, who parries it with her sword and sends it back at him]
Highfather: You can still redeem yourself.
Wonder Woman: There is no redemption for me.
[Bekka Boom Tubes off of Apokolips]

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (2013) (V)
Wonder Woman: [wraps her Lasso of Truth on Zoom] How do we shut off these charges?
Professor Zoom: You can't. We'll all be dead, shortly. The truth hurts, doesn't it?

Aquaman: You murdered my wife, Diana.
Wonder Woman: She tried to assassinate me, Arthur. I was protecting myself.
Aquaman: Yet you wear her helmet like a trophy.
Wonder Woman: No. A warning.

Wonder Woman: This form is not your own. How is the enchantment broken?
Captain Thunder: With a word.
Wonder Woman: Speak the word.
Captain Thunder: Shazam!

"Wonder Woman: Screaming Javelins (#2.14)" (1978)
Tom: [referring to Nadia] What can I do? I love that girl, I really do.
Wonder Woman: You have to do the hardest thing of all, Tom: wait.

Wonder Woman: I'm beginning to lose my temper with you, Mr. Mariposa, and that's something I haven't done in five or six hundred years.

Mariposa: [waxing poetic about his new country] This blessed plot... this earth... this realm... this... Mariposalia! Oh, my country, right or wrong!
Wonder Woman: Mostly wrong.

"Wonder Woman: I Do, I Do (#2.8)" (1977)
Wonder Woman: [a man has broken into Diana Prince's 'Just Married' car trunk] Shopping for a honeymoon negligee?

David Allen: Well... Wonder Woman, your pictures don't do you justice.
Wonder Woman: I can do without your flattery.
David Allen: [pointing a gun at Christian] Stop right there. Otherwise I might go 'boom' and this man is going to get hurt. And ultimately, I suppose, your government.

Christian Harrison: [Wonder Woman has saved him] Where's Diana?
Wonder Woman: [Diana should be swimming right now] Oh, she's, uh, getting into the swim of things.

"Super Friends: Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C. (#1.3)" (1973)
Wonder Woman: It even seems that originality, initiative, and ambition have gone out of style.

Wonder Woman: [on pole-vaulting off a tree] On Paradise Island we Amazons were trained to do this.

Wonder Woman: Human beings can't be happy unless they have something to do - an interest in life.

"Challenge of the Superfriends: SuperFriends: Rest in Peace/Journey Through Inner Space (#1.15)" (1978)
[first lines]
Wonder Woman: I can't believe he's really gone.

Wonder Woman: Great Hera!

"Wonder Woman: The Man Who Wouldn't Tell (#2.20)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: [after bending, B.W.'s gun] I wouldn't try to fire this thing if I were you.

Wonder Woman: [having tied her golden lasso around Alan] I can make you forget everything that happened at the Whitaker building last Wednesday night.
Alan: Fantastic!
[Wonder Woman smiles at this]
Alan: Hey listen, this is the greatest thing that ever happened to me.
[glances at Meg]
Alan: Well, I mean almost the greatest.
Wonder Woman: He's telling the truth, you know.

"Challenge of the Superfriends: Revenge on Gorilla City/The Anti-Matter Monster (#1.9)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: Great Hera!

[last lines]
Wonder Woman: Well, at least we taught them one thing. No matter who they unleash their ruthless schemes on, the SuperFriends will be there to stop them.

"Super Friends: Dr. Palagian's War (#1.5)" (1973)
Superman: Three stubborn industrialists clashing with a brilliant dangerous fanatic.
Wonder Woman: With the nation winding up the loser.

Wonder Woman: Palagian is a word that means "inhabitant of the open sea".

"Wonder Woman: The Fine Art of Crime (#3.4)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: You win.
Moreaux: [on speaker phone] I won the day I planned this. The rest was simply a matter of time.

Wonder Woman: [Catches a thug on a fishing hook, hands the hook to a security guard] Reel them in.

"Wonder Woman: Going, Going, Gone (#3.13)" (1979)
Vladimir Zukov: I, eh... expected Miss Prince to be in here.
Wonder Woman: Diana had a feeling that she'd be in over her head, so she sent me.
Vladimir Zukov: She eh, she didn't tell me she was working with Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman: Our alliance is strictly an informal one.

Wonder Woman: [Hops down to face a thug] Diana told me to tell you she had to leave, it was something about your manners.
[the two fight, he punches her, but to no effect. He tries to kick her, but she grabs his leg and twists it. This ends with Wonder Woman knocking him out]
Wonder Woman: Well, this hasn't developed into a very great date, has it?

"Challenge of the Superfriends: Fairy Tale of Doom/Batman: Dead or Alive (#1.13)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: Great wings of Mercury!

[last lines]
Wonder Woman: It looks like our story has a happy ending after all.
Superman: Not from the Legion of Doom's point of view. Maybe next time they'll learn that it's no fairy tale when they challenge the SuperFriends.

"Justice League: The Savage Time: Part III (#1.26)" (2002)
Hawkgirl: This isn't going to be easy.
Wonder Woman: When is it ever?

[last lines]
Wonder Woman: Steve?
Steve Trevor: Angel.

"The All-New Super Friends Hour: The Monster of Dr. Droid/Vandals/SuperFriends vs. SuperFriends/Energy Mass (#1.5)" (1977)
Wonder Woman: You can't help some people by harming others.

Wonder Woman: [forcing a boulder onto the road] Beware of falling rocks.

Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013) (VG)
Green Lantern: Oppressing your home planet isn't enough, Sinestro?
Sinestro: The One Earth Government is similar to mine on Korugar. An alliance was logical. So for now, I tolerate humans. Even Hal Jordan.
Green Lantern: My Doppelganger *has* joined your side.
Green Lantern: As do all who wish to live.
Green Lantern: [after defeating Sinestro] I'm resisting arrest... again.
[Goes to Wonder Woman]
Wonder Woman: Hal.
Yellow Lantern: [Coming in] Someone call me?
Green Lantern: [Upon seeing his alternate self] You're Sinestro Corp.?
Yellow Lantern: Sinestro's right. Fear is more effective than willpower.
Green Lantern: So, you ditched green and went yellow: The color of cowardice.
[Uses his ring to attack his alternate self, but Yellow Lantern uses his own ring to deflect]
Yellow Lantern: I'm still about Order, like the Guardians.
[Attacks Wonder Woman and Green Lantern tries to attack Yellow Lantern]
Green Lantern: [Sarcastically] I'm sure they're very proud of you.
Yellow Lantern: Sanctimony is easy when you don't know what...
Green Lantern: [Interrupting] Save it. Time to kick my ass.

The Joker: Hi, gang. What'll we do now? Anyone up for pancakes?
Wonder Woman: Joker.
[She twists his arm]
The Joker: What? Ow! Why does she hate pancakes?

"Wonder Woman: The Return of Wonder Woman (#2.1)" (1977)
Steve Trevor, Jr.: When I was a kid, my father raised me on stories about Wonder Woman. How they worked together and all the adventures that they had. I used to think he exaggerated.
Wonder Woman: You're father was a very truthful man.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: He must have been. He also said you were gorgeous.

Wonder Woman: And as for age, I will be 2.527 years old on my next birthday.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Yeah, well, you're in pretty good shape for your age.

"Justice League: Eclipsed: Part II (#2.14)" (2003)
Wonder Woman: [possessed by an evil spirit] Men are fools.
[Green Lantern and Flash look at each other]

Wonder Woman: How are you feeling?
The Flash: Actually - kind of faint. I think I need some mouth-to-mouth.
Hawkgirl: He's fine.

"Justice League: The Enemy Below (#1.6)" (2001)
Batman: I'll take it from here.
[he leads Deadshot a short distance away]
Deadshot: You can't scare me into talking, Batman.
Batman: Let me give you one word of advice...
[cut to Superman and Wonder Woman listening from a distance, where only Superman can hear]
Deadshot: Okay, okay! I'll tell!
Wonder Woman: What did he say?
Superman: You don't want to know.

Deadshot: [after a long chase] Okay, okay. I give up.
Superman: You tried to kill Aquaman. Why?
Deadshot: [sarcastic] Gee, I don't know. Why would a hired gun try to shoot somebody? Could it be because somebody paid me to?
Wonder Woman: Who?
Deadshot: Oh, come on, Princess, you know I can't tell you that. Professional ethics.

"Wonder Woman: The Feminum Mystique: Part 2 (#1.6)" (1976)
Queen Hippolyta: Ah, these Nazi's don't stand a chance against my Amazons.
Wonder Woman: Don't be too sure, mother. They're clever and they're devious, like most men.
Queen Hippolyta: Like your American friend Major Trevor?
Wonder Woman: He's clever, but he doesn't have a devious bone in his body.
Queen Hippolyta: You should know daughter...
[turns and leaves]
Wonder Woman: Mother!

Wonder Woman: Mother, take my word for it, there's no reasoning with the Nazis.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
Wonder Woman: This thing, this creature, seems to feed on energy.
Superman: This thing is from another world. My world.
Wonder Woman: I've killed things from other worlds before.
Superman: [to Batman] Is she with you?
Batman: I thought she was with you.

Wonder Woman: I've killed monsters from other worlds before.

"Wonder Woman: Knockout (#2.5)" (1977)
Carolyn: [Holding the rifle at Wonder Woman] I'm not afraid of you, Do you understand that?
Wonder Woman: I've never wanted you to be afraid of me.

Masked Man: [Diana Prince sees two masked men break into her apartment, quickly changes into Wonder Woman and bursts in] Who are you?
Wonder Woman: What are doing in this girls apartment?

"Justice League Unlimited: This Little Piggy (#1.5)" (2004)
[Batman and Wonder Woman are on a rooftop on stakeout. Wonder Woman notices some loving couples coming out of a nearby club]
Wonder Woman: Don't you ever wish you were down there?
Batman: I'm down there all I need to be.
Wonder Woman: Yes, but it's just a job to you. I'm talking about going down there and having some fun. Maybe... maybe with someone special.
Wonder Woman: No. No dating for the Batman. It might cut into your brooding time.
Batman: One: Dating within the team always leads to disaster. Two: You're a princess from a society of immortal warriors. I'm a rich kid with issues... lots of issues. And three: If my enemies knew I had someone special, they wouldn't rest until they'd gotten to me through her.
[for answer, Diana crushes the head of a gargoyle with her hand]
Wonder Woman: Next.
[an alarm sounds from an alley across the street]
Batman: There!
[fires his Bat-rope and swings away]
Wonder Woman: Saved by the bell.

Wonder Woman: Circe! Be careful, she's...
Batman: Yeah, I've read the Odyssey.

"Wonder Woman: Beauty on Parade (#1.4)" (1976)
Wonder Woman: Steve, please be careful.
Major Steve Trevor: I'd like to be, there just isn't time.

Wonder Woman: [Talking to Steve, while holding up a car of escaping goons] They're not so tough, now, are they?

"Wonder Woman: The Pluto File (#1.8)" (1976)
Professor Warren: Wonder Woman, give me the square root of potential energy.
Wonder Woman: Oh, of course, I was very good in school.

Wonder Woman: Professor, integral calculus is always problematical.

"Wonder Woman: Mind Stealers from Outer Space: Part 2 (#2.11)" (1977)
[Throwing Zardor Nip, all over the hideout floor]
Wonder Woman: [to the Skrills] This is what you've used, to lure him to me. Lets see, how you like it.

Wonder Woman: Deja vu. The last time we said goodbye was when? 1943.
Andros: Perhaps we should, eh, keep track of our hello's instead.

"Justice League: Secret Society: Part II (#2.18)" (2003)
Giganta: [to Superman] Wouldn't hit a woman, would you?
Wonder Woman: I would!
[knocks Giganta out]

The Flash: [trying to high-five Superman] Whoo, back in business!
[no response]
The Flash: Are-aren't we?
Wonder Woman: A lot of things were said.
The Flash: Yeah, but that was all brain control. We didn't mean...
J'onn J'onzz: We meant every word.
Hawkgirl: ...So what do we do?
Green Lantern: All we can do is say we're sorry and move on.

"Justice League Unlimited: Divided We Fall (#2.12)" (2005)
[Flash taps into the Speed Force to defeat Luthor, then rises, crackling with energy]
The Flash: I feel kinda... funny.
[He disappears]
Wonder Woman: Flash!
[the League stares in horror, and Luthor chuckles weakly]
Lex Luthor: What do you know? I did kill him.
[He looks up and sees Superman]
Lex Luthor: I was mistaken earlier. I think this is the part where you kill me.
[Superman picks him with one arm and holds him at arm's length with eyes glowing. Wonder Woman starts forward, but Batman holds her back. After a moment Superman's eyes stop glowing, and he leans his face close to Luthor's]
Superman: I'm not the man who killed President Luthor. Right now, I wish to heaven that I were. But I'm not.

Superman: My X-ray vision can't penetrate the walls, but I'm seeing a rapidly growing heat signature in the infrared range.
Wonder Woman: You don't need supervision for that. Can't you feel the heat?
[the Cadmus building explodes, revealing a giant construct and the now fused Luthor/Brainiac]
Lex Luthor, Brainiac: Welcome, Justice League. You're just in time for the end of the world.

"Challenge of the Superfriends: The Final Challenge/The Incredible Space Circus (#1.12)" (1978)
[first lines]
Wonder Woman: Batman, the Manta ship is hot on my tail.

[last lines]
Robin: After all the injustice they've spread throughout the galaxy, maybe we should have let Vartoo punish them.
Wonder Woman: I don't think so, Robin. Vartoo's brand of justice only creates more injustice. Besides, the Legion of Doom did get one form of punishment. They'll always remember they lost when they challenged the SuperFriends.

"The Nostalgia Critic: Wonder Woman (#10.24)" (2017)
Wonder Woman: And I get to be an Amazon when I grow up!
Hippolyta: No, because I sculpted you out of clay and brought you to life.
Wonder Woman: Really?
Hippolyta: No, but it's easier than telling you where babies really come from.

Wonder Woman: I've had enough of this, Professor Plum!
Ares: I always saw myself as a Colonel Mustard...

"Wonder Woman: The Queen and the Thief (#2.7)" (1977)
Evan Robley: Well Musketeers, this is it. Now one of us has to stand guard. And needles to say, an interruption could be fatal.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: No problem. You know the area, she's got the power, I'll cover for you.
Wonder Woman: Thanks, Steve.

Evan Robley: [as Wonder Woman enters his suite] I must remember to put up a sign: "Please Knock Before Trespassing."
[he takes in her red, white, and blue costume]
Evan Robley: Well, what do I do? Salute?
Wonder Woman: Do thieves salute?
Evan Robley: If there's something worse than a trespasser, it must certainly be a name-caller.

"Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman in Hollywood (#1.14)" (1977)
Gloria Beverly: What movie are you doing, honey?
Wonder Woman: Oh, I'm not in any movie.
Gloria Beverly: [laughs] Oh, you mean you wear that for real?
Wonder Woman: Yes, I do.

Wonder Woman: [using her golden lasso on Gloria] Does Mr. Brenner have a private yacht, an airplane, anything like that?
Gloria Beverly: No.
Wonder Woman: A private place where no one else goes.
Gloria Beverly: The only private place he wanted to show me was his bedroom.

"Wonder Woman: The Richest Man in the World (#3.17)" (1979)
Wonder Woman: [Has the villains cornered] You weren't planning on leaving, were you?
[She shuts the hangar door behind her]
Wonder Woman: I didn't think so.

Wonder Woman: [Takes a bomb out from under a car] I take it, this is not a standard feature?

"Justice League Unlimited: Dark Heart (#1.10)" (2004)
Superman: [referring to the remains of the Dark Heart] I don't suppose you need any help destroying that? Wouldn't want that technology falling into the wrong hands.
General Wade Eiling: We can learn a lot from it. It almost beat the Justice League after all.
Wonder Woman: Why would you need something to do that, General?
General Wade Eiling: Oh, I don't know. Maybe because it turns out that the Justice League has had a secret space-based weapon of mass-destruction all along. And we're going to be talking about that some day, believe me. Ma'am.

Wonder Woman: [fighting robots while holding the tiny Atom in her fist] I need both hands, Professor Palmer!
[She slips the Atom into her cleavage]

"Justice League: Tabula Rasa: Part II (#2.4)" (2003)
Wonder Woman: You're not getting away *that* easily.
[J'onn turns to see her behind him and she approaches and hugs him]

Wonder Woman: If that thing copies *your* powers, we'll never be able to take him down.
J'onn J'onzz: But I can't just...
Wonder Woman: You have to.

"Justice League: The Terror Beyond: Part II (#2.16)" (2003)
Superman: Everybody okay?
Solomon Grundy: Okay.
Wonder Woman: Fine.
Dr. Fate: I am unharmed.
Hawkgirl: Let's get on with this.

Wonder Woman: My beliefs sustain me.
Hawkgirl: That must be comforting.
Wonder Woman: There are times when faith is all we have to rely upon. I don't know how you bear the weight all alone.

Justice League: The New Frontier (2008) (V)
Wonder Woman: All of you, fight on! To the last breath FIGHT ON!

Superman: This is what the government's afraid of, Diana, us acting like vigilantes.
Wonder Woman: I have to do what I think is right.
Superman: That's what the others said at first, remember? And now Batman's a fugitive, the Justice Society's retired, and Hourman's dead. No matter how much good we do, deep down, people are always going to be scared of us. Isn't that why you and I signed those loyalty oaths?
Wonder Woman: Take a look around, Kal. Oaths don't mean much around here. All I see is suffering and madness.
Superman: But...
Wonder Woman: There's the door, spaceman.

"Super Friends: The Mysterious Moles (#1.13)" (1973)
Aquaman: Nothing here but four walls and a ceiling.
Wonder Woman: And some dreadful window curtains.

Wonder Woman: Great Aphrodite!
Aquaman: Great Neptune!
Batman: Great blazes!

"Justice League: Fury: Part II (#1.15)" (2002)
Hawkgirl: [of the firewomen] They seem to be on top of things. Impressive.
Wonder Woman: Almost reminds me of home.
Hawkgirl: Yes, but who wants to live in a world without men?
Wonder Woman: They can't possibly be that essential to your life.
Hawkgirl: Don't knock it until you've tried it, Princess.

Wonder Woman: Even when she was a child I sensed a bitterness in her. She was never really one of us.
Hawkgirl: I think she fits in pretty well.
Wonder Woman: How can you say that?
Hawkgirl: Aresia's just taking her precious Amazon Code to its logical extension.
Wonder Woman: We don't teach hatred.
Hawkgirl: Except when it comes to men.

"Wonder Woman: Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman (#1.3)" (1976)
Nazi: Quick, tell me how do I make you helpless and take you prisoner?
Wonder Woman: [heavy breathing] Remove... my magic belt.
Nazi: Is that the key to your strength?
Wonder Woman: Yes... away from my home on Para- Paradise Island.
Nazi: Could this chloroform keep you unconscious?
Wonder Woman: Yes.
Nazi: Sleep peacefully, Wonder Womans, you will wake in The Fatherland.

Wonder Woman: Balance of Power (2006)
Wonder Woman: I'm talking about what we do... living a secret life, always in danger every day. It's a never-ending battle. How do you do it?
Superman: I do it because I have to. People need us. There's a whole world suffering out there. We've been given the power to do something about. It is our gift... the reason we are here...
[Diana and Clark together]
Superman: for truth and justice.
[the siren of a police car]
Superman: Let's go!

"Super Friends: Too Hot to Handle (#1.7)" (1973)
Superman: Would you like it gift-wrapped and delivered?
Wonder Woman: [throws her lasso around the iceberg to take for water] No, thanks. I can handle it.

The Lego Movie (2014)
Batman: [while under attack] To the Batmobile!
[the Bad Guys shoot at the Batmobile, blowing it up]
Batman: Dang it...
Wonder Woman: To the Invisible Jet!
[the Bad Guys shoot at an empty space next to the Batmobile, causing an explosion]
Wonder Woman: Dang it...

"Challenge of the Superfriends: Secret Origins of the SuperFriends/Terror from the Phantom Zone (#1.8)" (1978)
[last lines]
Wonder Woman: It may be time that helped free the Legion of Doom today, but it will be time that gives us a chance to catch them tomorrow.

"Wonder Woman: The Bushwhackers (#1.13)" (1977)
J.P. Hadley: How about your luggage?
Wonder Woman: Oh, eh, well I'm afraid I don't have any, any luggage.
Major Steve Trevor: [chuckles] Wonder Woman travels very light.
J.P. Hadley: Well I'm sure Marie will have something you can wear okay.

"Super Friends: The Weather Maker (#1.4)" (1973)
Wonder Woman: Aquaman is on his way. The Atlantic is his specialty.

"Wonder Woman: Phantom of the Roller Coaster, Part 2 (#3.24)" (1979)
Wonder Woman: That's right, Mr. Fynch. You've tapped your last wire. And all because of a perceptual error. You see, to you Fun Universe was just a convenient place to pursue illegal activities. But to others, it's a place where there are roller coasters.

"Super Friends: Gulliver's Gigantic Goof (#1.14)" (1973)
Wonder Woman: [reveals there are no clues to the missing three's disappearances] And for the first time in my life, I'm absolutely stumped.

"Wonder Woman: The Starships Are Coming (#3.15)" (1979)
Wonder Woman: With patriots like you, Steele, this country doesn't need enemies.

"South Park: Imaginationland: Episode III (#11.12)" (2007)
[Butters has been told to imagine what is "most prominent" in his mind; he thinks of his father first]
Stephen Stotch: Butters? You are grounded, mister! You hear me?
[Butters' dad transforms into a hideous mutant]
Stephen Stotch: GROUNDED!
Butters: No, no no no, no no no!
[his father disappears]
Aslan: What are you doing? We need Santa!
Butters: I'm trying!
Wonder Woman: C'mon, kid, imagine Santa! Believe in Santa!
Zeus: You must believe in Santa!
Aslan: [screaming] BELIEVE IN SANTA! RIGHT NOW!

"Super Friends: The Power Pirate (#1.1)" (1973)
Wonder Woman: The only thing that can surpass super-strength is the power of the brain.

"Challenge of the Superfriends: The World's Deadliest Game/Battle at the Earth's Core (#1.3)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: Great Hera!

"Wonder Woman: Spaced Out (#3.14)" (1979)
Kimball: [indicating Wonder Woman's lasso] Oh, you won't have to use that, but you will have to do something that you've never done before...
Wonder Woman: Oh really? And what's that, Mr. Kimball?
Kimball: Catch me.

"Robot Chicken: The Deep End (#1.8)" (2005)
Wonder Woman: Wonder Girl? Huh, Wonder Girl. Let me tell you something about Batman, Ok? He's the same as the rest of these guys around here. They're afraid of women. They're afraid of the almighty uterus. Almighty uterus!

"Wonder Woman: Seance of Terror (#2.19)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: [tying her lasso around henchmen Pete & Larry] All right gentlemen, how about a rousing chorus of who hired you and where I can find them?

"Challenge of the Superfriends: Trial of the SuperFriends/The Pied Piper from Space (#1.5)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: Great Hera!

Wonder Woman (1974) (TV)
George Calvin: Let me make love to you.
Wonder Woman: Why?
George Calvin: Because your eyes reach into my...
Wonder Woman: [interrupting] You misunderstood me. I didn't mean why should you want to, I meant why should I?

"Wonder Woman: The Pied Piper (#2.6)" (1977)
Carl Schwartz: Are you the real Wonder Woman?
Wonder Woman: Don't make me prove it!

"Super Friends: The Fantastic Frerps (#1.10)" (1973)
Wonder Woman: My dear Ms. Lean, the unknown will *remain* unknown unless we make it our business to understand it.

"Justice League: Twilight: Part II (#2.2)" (2003)
Wonder Woman: Wait! Where's Superman?
Batman: That idiot!

"Wonder Woman: IRAC Is Missing (#2.17)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: Havitol would not have bothered to try to stop me unless there was a way to stop the bomb, right?
Irac: A logical but unfortunately useless conclusion.

"Justice League: The Savage Time (#1.24)" (2002)
Steve Trevor: An angel. I must be in Heaven.
Wonder Woman: You're not dead. Are you a deserter or a spy?
Steve Trevor: I'm not sure I should tell you.
Wonder Woman: Well, I did just save your life. Why were they trying to shoot you?
Steve Trevor: Just between you and me, I got something they want.
Wonder Woman: Go on.
Steve Trevor: Word is, they're planning an invasion of England, and I have a way of finding out when and where. But it's not gonna mean a thing if I don't get to France, so if you'll excuse me.
[she helps him rise and he kisses her hand as he starts to go]
Steve Trevor: And if you're ever stateside after this is over, look me up. The name's Trevor. Steve Trevor.
[he goes over the fence when J'onn flies down in front of him]
Steve Trevor: Whoa.
[aims his gun at him]
Wonder Woman: It's all right. He's with me.
Steve Trevor: [lowering his gun] You're sure?
J'onn J'onzz: These new weapons the Axis has. Where did they come from?
Steve Trevor: Some genius named Vandal Savage. The High Command was so impressed they made him their new Fuhrer.
Wonder Woman: Vandal Savage made these weapons?
Steve Trevor: Yeah, he's still got a lab over on Grunstraasit, but you'll never get in. I've tried.
J'onn J'onzz: I have a feeling it'll be easier for me.
[decreases his density to disappear through the ground]
Steve Trevor: You're sure I'm not dead?

"Justice League: Eclipsed (#2.13)" (2003)
[after an obnoxious talk-show host insults Wonder Woman]
Wonder Woman: [demanding] And what's wrong with the way I dress?
The Flash: [to Green Lantern] Uh... you wanna take that?

"Wonder Woman: The Man Who Could Not Die (#3.22)" (1979)
Wonder Woman: [to Bryce] Alright, professor. How about a little lesson about Joseph Reichman?

"Justice League Unlimited: Panic in the Sky (#2.11)" (2005)
Batman: You want me to *what*?
Wonder Woman: Turn yourself over to US authority, along with the rest of us.
Flash: Okay, that makes sense.
Superman: Meet us at the coordinates I'm sending you. We should all go over together.
Batman: This is the single dumbest plan I've ever heard! If you're feeling guilty, clear your own name! Don't stand on the sidelines waiting for someone else to do it!
Wonder Woman: We've already voted. Five in favor.
Flash: Six.
Wonder Woman: You have to come with us, Bruce.
Batman: I don't 'have' to do anything! I'm a part-timer, remember!
[Batman ends transmission]
Wonder Woman: ...Actually, he took it a lot better than I'd expected.

"Justice League Action: Boo-ray for Bizarro (#1.32)" (2017)
Wonder Woman: He saved us all. I don't see that we have any choice but to invite him into the League.
Superman: Bizzaro's heart is in the right if he is a little bit backward.
Batman: Hmm. Backward.
[Batman walks to Bizarro]
Batman: Bizzaro, you've saved the day. I extend to you the honor of being inducted into the Justice League. All you have to do is stay right here while we swear you in. Can you do that?
Bizarro: No way!
[Bizarro flies away]
Batman: Problem solved.

"Challenge of the Superfriends: Monolith of Evil/Attack of the Vampire (#1.6)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: Great Hera!

"You Can't Do That on Television: Heroes (#3.11)" (1982)
[the Canadian Mountie is tied to railroad tracks]
Mountie: Help! Somebody save me! Help!
Wonder Woman: [entering] Ta-da!
Mountie: Oh, no! Not Wonder Woman!
Wonder Woman: Oh, you bet! You know, I wonder why people would tie up other people to the railroad tracks. Like, I mean, that is really dumb. You know, I wonder if that's a train I hear coming in the distance. D'you know what...
Mountie: [as Lisa continues talking and train whistles get louder] Come on! Bring on the train!

"Wonder Woman: Amazon Hot Wax (#3.16)" (1979)
Wonder Woman: [Rescues Billy] Hello, Billy. Bye, Billy.
[Runs off]

"Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther (#1.2)" (1976)
Wonder Woman: It looks as if you're going to have more time to read about democracy, Baroness. Lucky you find it so fascinating. Perhaps now you'll appreciate it and learn from your unwomanly mistakes.

"Wonder Woman: Skateboard Wiz (#3.8)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: I knew you were a criminal, but a Peeping Tom, too? Have you no shame, Mr. Markham?

"Justice League: Hereafter: Part II (#2.20)" (2003)
J'onn J'onzz: You were greatly missed, my friend. By all of us.
[everyone looks to a stoic Batman]
Wonder Woman: Don't let him fool you. Your death hit him as hard as it did any of us.
Superman: Really?
Batman: No. I never believed you were dead in the first place.
Superman: I guess that's sort of a compliment.

"Wonder Woman: Judgment from Outer Space: Part 1 (#1.10)" (1977)
Andros: Tell me about your Paradise Island.
Wonder Woman: Oh, it's beautiful. It's tranquil and peaceful. It's outside of time Andros. We cherish old ways. We are close to the ancient, natural order of things. We live together in harmony with our living Earth.

"Super Friends: Menace of the White Dwarf (#1.12)" (1973)
Col. Wilcox: Would you care to check it out?
Wonder Woman: Sounds like fun.

"Young Justice: Alienated (#2.3)" (2012)
Wonder Girl: That was amazing! You just-you just... WHOOSH! And then, and then, and then... BAM!
Wonder Woman: A little less "fangirl", a little more "Wonder Girl".
Wonder Girl: Right. Sorry...

Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016) (V)
Wonder Woman: [after seeing a movie] Don't get me wrong, I love catching up on popular culture but the harsh language was entirely unnecessary, and the female lead seemed to only be present in order to be rescued by the leading man. But all in all, I found myself reasonably diverted.

"Wonder Woman: The Girl from Ilandia (#2.21)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: [Tina is now stuck and is getting emotional] You need to stop being so scared.
Tina: I'm not scared.
Wonder Woman: Yes you are. You're scared that all of the things you love, that you miss in Ilandia. You're friends, your parents. The people that you love and the people that love you. You're scared that your gonna find all those things right here. You're scared that... when someday comes, you won't know whether you really want to go back. It might hurt a lot when that day comes, but you have to learn to take that chance. And right now you have no choice.

"Super Power Beat Down: Wonder Woman vs Wolverine (#1.20)" (2016)
Wonder Woman: No one is allowed on Themyscira unannounced - especially men! Leave now
Wolverine: Look, babe, stay out of the way and you won't get hurt.
Wonder Woman: [pulling her sword from its scabbard and pointing it at Wolverine] Leave now or die!
Wolverine: All right, let's play a game called "Just the Tips."
[Wolverine extends his adamantium claws to attack Wonder Woman]

"Super Friends: The Shamon U (#1.6)" (1973)
Batman: Wendy, that was an example of super brainwork.
Mme. LeBone: Gentlemen!
Wonder Woman: [bursts out of the lab with her] We have something.
Mme. LeBone: There is a way to cancel out the dangerous effects of Shamonite.
Wonder Woman: We find certain radiation can change its atomic structures.
Batman: And it involves radiation found in sunlight.
Wonder Woman: [exchanges a look with Mme. LeBone] Yes. Who told you that?
Batman: A bright young lady named Wendy.

"Wonder Woman: Formicida (#3.6)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: Okay boys, the fun's over.
Formicida: [Jumps out in front of Wonder Woman] No, Wonder Woman. It's just begun!

"Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman vs Gargantua (#1.7)" (1976)
Wonder Woman: [to Gargantua] This terrible thing would never have happened to you if you had been raised on Paradise Island. You've been used as a tool of man. You should be free.

"Justice League Unlimited: The Greatest Story Never Told (#1.7)" (2004)
Elongated Man: The squeaky wheel gets the grease, my friend. But I'll tell you, I wouldn't help those ingrates now if they begged me.
Wonder Woman: [Flies down to them] We need you.
Booster Gold: It's about time!
Elongated Man: Not you. Him.
[Points to Elongated Man]
Elongated Man: [to Booster] Squeaky wheel.
[Leaves with Wonder Woman]
Skeets: Maybe they needed a vase.

"Wonder Woman: The Man Who Could Move the World (#2.3)" (1977)
Ishida: Welcome to my old home, Wonder Woman. It has been a long time since you last visited this place.
Wonder Woman: Over thirty years.
Ishida: I was a child then.
Wonder Woman: Now that you're a man why do you come back here? And why do you so obviously want me here?
Ishida: To settle an old score. Revenge survives the ages.

"Justice League: Tabula Rasa (#2.3)" (2003)
Hawkgirl: It was some kind of android. It had wings built into it, and a mace too. Scary, huh?
Wonder Woman: Sounds like whoever made it had you in mind.
Hawkgirl: Yeah, it even acted like me.
The Flash: Now that's scary.
Wonder Woman: The android... about 10 feet tall, gray skin?
Hawkgirl: How'd you know?
[Wonder Woman points to TV coverage of Amazo fighting police]

"Wonder Woman: The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 2 (#3.21)" (1979)
Skip: Everybody's okay, but what are we going to do?
Wonder Woman: Well, we're not going to do anything. You see, I think it's best that we make sure that everybody forgets everything, don't you?
Skip: Well sure, but I...
Wonder Woman: We all deserve our privacy; you have your treehouse, I have Diana Prince. Some day, somehow, it could slip out, couldn't it.
Skip: Yeah... Can I still be friends with Diana?
Wonder Woman: [Chuckles] Of course. In fact, you two are going to be seeing a lot of each other.
Skip: Really?
Wonder Woman: Word has it she's going to be on a permanent assignment in Los Angeles, by the end of the month.
Skip: We make a great team.
Wonder Woman: Her thoughts exactly.
Skip: Alright
Wonder Woman: Alright.

Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League (2015) (V)
Wonder Woman: But why make duplicates of us? Duplicates with terrible hair and unplucked eyebrows.

"Wonder Woman: Flight to Oblivion (#2.18)" (1978)
Wonder Woman: [having caught Lau with her golden lasso] Why were you attacking Diana Prince?
Lau: When the snow falls, I must obey.
Wonder Woman: When the snow falls? What are you talking about, it must be 80 degrees outside. Where do you get your weather reports?
Lau: When the snow falls, I must obey.

"Wonder Woman: Anschluss '77 (#2.2)" (1977)
Steve Trevor, Jr.: [Wonder Woman saves Steve Trevor from a couple of thugs] Wonder Woman, what are you doing in South America?
Wonder Woman: I think my reasons for being here are pretty much the same as yours. Are you all right?
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Oh yeah, except for my whole body.
[both chuckle]