Wonder Woman Logo

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Strength, speed, the ability to protect oneself, and the desire to rise closer to goodness and justice are all present in the emblem. The Wonder Woman logo represents a woman with extraordinary abilities, ready to amaze the world.

Wonder Woman: Brand overview

Founded: 1941
Founder: DC Comics
United States
Wonder Woman is a fictional character in the American magazine DC Comics and one of the Justice League’s founders. Her full name is Princess Diana of Themyscira because, according to legend, the wonder woman represents the island people of the same name. In 1941 in All-Star Comics # 8, and made her superhero debut in January 1942 in Sensation Comics # 1. Her adventures were published regularly, except for a short break in 1986.

Meaning and History

Wonder Woman Logo History

Wonder Woman was created by American psychologist William Moulton Marston (pseudonym Charles Moulton) and artist Harry G. Peter. The artistic image prototypes are the wife of the prose writer Elizabeth Holloway Marston and their friend, the feminist Mary Olive Byrne. The nature of the character’s drawing was constantly changing, as was the emblem.

What is Wonder Woman?

This is the superhero alias of Diana Prince – a girl who possesses superhuman agility, combat skills, invulnerability, super strength, and the ability to fly. This character first appeared in the 8th issue of All-Star Comics in 1941.

1941 – 1982

Wonder Woman Logo 1941-1982

From the very beginning, comics’ heroine received an individual sign in the form of a golden eagle. It was placed on a red bodice and looked like a bird with its wings spread wide. Smooth curves and sloping lines gave it femininity.

1982 – today

Wonder Woman Logo 1982-present

Forty years later, artist George Perez redesigned the logo. Using the initial two-letter acronym “WW,” he gave it a precise geometric shape. But the designer refused to make the classic feminine monogram. He created a winged symbol from interlaced signs in several color variations. Light emblems have dark dividing lines, dark ones vice versa. This logo is still considered relevant. In the 2005-2006 Infinite Crisis period, the heroine also acquired a similarly shaped luminous belt.

2006 – today

Wonder Woman Logo 2006-present

The next option is a combination of “WW” with an eagle outline. It has a characteristic head turned to the left and a specific beak with a curved end. The strict forms are preserved, as is the color.

2011 – 2016

Wonder Woman Logo 2011

In addition to previous versions, there is one more – for cinema. The wings of the bird are wider and narrower. They have a slight glow with metallic tints.

2016 – today

Wonder Woman Logo 2016-present

Another logo was featured in the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League films. It looks very strict and consists of wide lines and rectangles aligned in a double “W” shape.

Font and Colors

Wonder Woman Emblem

As conceived by the artist who created the emblem for Wonder Woman, it is an original combination of the abbreviation. This technique turned out to be creative and took root for many years: all subsequent logos were built around the “W” and the eagle.

The words are arranged in two levels and written in a strict geometric typeface in the upper case. The letters are played in a unique style. They are wide, with large serifs and red shadows for a 3D effect. The crossbars “A” and “E” look like miniature triangles.

The logo palette has always included bright yellow. It also contains several shades of white, black, and gold.

Wonder Woman color codes

American Bronze Hex color: #332308
RGB: 51 35 8
CMYK: 0 31 84 80
Pantone: PMS 4625 C
Deep Lemon Hex color: #facc1d
RGB: 250 204 29
CMYK: 0 18 88 2
Pantone: PMS 116 C

What is the logo of Wonder Woman?

Wonder Woman’s logo is called Stacked W. It looks like two Ws stacked together. Their lateral parts are stylized as bird wings, and the upper pointed part has a protrusion resembling an eagle’s beak.

What is Wonder Woman’s catchphrase?

The battle cry of Wonder Woman takes many forms. The most famous exclamations: “By the Spear of Athena!”, “Neptune’s Trident!”, “Shades of Pluto!”, “Thunderbolts of Jove!”, “Great Hera!”, “Suffering Sappho!”

Why is Wonder Woman a feminist icon?

This idea was first expressed by the historian Tim Hanley. In his opinion, Wonder Woman in her new role symbolizes equality and sisterhood, and her image is no longer the embodiment of female superiority.

How old is the Wonder Woman logo?

The first Wonder Woman logo appeared with her back in the early 1940s. But the symbol acquired the letter form only in 1980. As for the modern version, it has been in use since 2006.