Wonder Woman hasn't had a TV show in over 30 years. She's never been the star of her own cartoon unlike Batman and Superman who've had several. Even Green Lantern beat her to it. Warner Brothers struggle to find a way to bring her to modern audiences even though she has great name recognition. But beyond that how much does anyone really know about her? Are her adaptation problems real or perceived? Why can't WB/DC just tell her story straight? It doesn't have to be dark or edgy. If you were going to make a Wonder Woman: The Animated Series how would you do it? Wonder Woman: The Animated Series Setting: Modern day Washington D.C. Cast Diana Prince/Wonder Woman- newcomer to Man's World from Paradise Island on a mission to broker peace through butt kicking. In her civilian life, she's a hot librarian type private in the armed forces, assistant to... Major Steve Trevor- special agent in the military, always going on secret missions, does not know that Wonder Woman and Diana Prince are the same person Etta Candy- best friend to Diana Prince, fellow soldier of Steve and Diana. Nubia- Amazonian rival, defeated by Diana to gain title of Wonder Woman and opportunity to go to Man's World. Queen Hippolyta- Queen of Amazons, mother to Diana and Donna, suspicious of Man's World Donna Troy/Wonder Girl- runs away from Paradise Island to join big sis- has a mysterious past. Villains (Part of WW's perceived problem is that her Rogues Gallery isn't as strong as Batman or Superman's- why not borrow some of the best from the DCU) Giganta Cheetah (Can't do a show without either of them since they're her best known villains) Catwoman (why can't we have an all Cat Girl Squad team up with Cheetah) The Greek Pantheon- Ares, Zeus, Medusa, Circe, Hades, etc. They are their normal self centered, selfish, petty, vengeful selves. Livewire Poison Ivy & Harley Quinn Queen Bee- as possibly the series "Big Bad" a princess vs an evil queen Who would you add to the cast? It does need more male characters and an overall plot.