Think You Know Wonder Girl? Get Featured in DC Universe Encyclopedia!

This week, we’re asking DC fans to submit their fun trivia facts about our own Cassie Sandsmark, AKA Wonder Girl! Picking up the mantle of Wonder Girl not via Themysciran heritage, but an alien symbiote, Cassie brings us a unique spin on the mantle.

But what fun facts might we be missing on our Young Justice Wonder Girl? What interesting tidbits set her apart?

Let us know all your little-known intel in the comments below, and it could be selected for featuring in our new “Trivia” Encyclopedia section!

Remember – All facts MUST be cited with their source to be considered for featuring- it can be any source! Just be sure you cite it.

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—CITE your facts with a credible source by providing a link, a magazine, commentary, DVD featurettes; anything that can validate your fact.

—If we are not able to VALIDATE your fact, or if it does not fit the tone of our Encyclopedia entries, we may not use the fact right away.

—If REPEAT facts are submitted that we would like to use, the first user to post that fact will receive the credit.

—You can submi t AS MANY facts as you’d like! However, submission to this thread DOES NOT guarantee that your fact will be selected for featuring in the Encyclopedia. The selection process is entirely up to the discretion of DC Universe.

—We have RECRUITED a very helpful little friend from the 5th dimension to sort out the facts and answer questions you have moving forward in our weekly installments. He’s VERY excited to keep this party going!

—We will be accepting Wonder Girl facts now through MONDAY, JULY 8th.

—To ensure your information has not ALREADY BEEN CITED in our existing Encyclopedia, you can find the current Wonder Girl entry here:


Wonder Girl has my Vote!! Back to the 345th dimension to troll


There have been two Wonder Girl’s the one who is featured in Young Justice is Cassie Sandsmark and in the Titans show Wonder Girl is Donna Troy. So there have been two versions of Wonder Girl, and in the rebirth comics Donna Troy is Troia a weapon created to kill Wonder Woman.

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Also she has been known to date Tim Drake in comics and in Young Justice.

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“Alien symbiote?” What the…?!? What did I miss? So why does she call herself Wonder Girl? Does she have any kind of connection or relation to Diana now?

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In Wonder Woman 217 (v2) Cassie learned that Zeus is her father. For the New 52, Teen Titans 19 (v4) revealed her to be Diana’s niece and Zeus’s granddaughter.

Wonder Girl was not allowed to be used in Young Justice S1. Weisman, Greg (2011-08-11). Question #13435. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2012-05-10.

Cassie considers Kara (Supergirl) her best friend. Teen Titans 54 (v3)

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@JohnnyBQuick Ah, young romance! We are looking for facts with sources, though… and stuff that isn’t already covered by the encyclopedia. Think outside the box!

@c02goddess.16092 strikes again! And here I thought Cassie’s best friend was her mother. Helena is going to be so disappointed.

In the DC Animated Movie Universe, Wonder Girl was recruited by the Teen Titans as a replacement for Terra. (Source: Teen Titans: The Judas Contract)

While not the first Wonder Girl, Cassie Sandsmark has made more canonical appearances in Wonder Woman than the original Wonder Girl, Donna Troy. indicates Cassie has had 65 appearances in volume 2 and 13 appearances in volume 3 making her total roughly 78 appearances. indicates Donna has had 6 appearances in volume 1, 38 appearances in volume 2, 18 in volume 3, and 11 in volume 4. Making her total 73.

Meaning Cassie Sandsmark has appeared more often in Wonder Woman than the original Wonder Girl, even though the original Wonder Girl had been around numerous years (1965) before Cassie was created in 1996.