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Etta Candy-Trevor (DC)(Post Crisis)

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Bio:
Following the Pérez reboot of Wonder Woman in 1987, a hard look was given at every part of the Wonder Woman myth, including supporting characters. With Steve Trevor now considerably older than Diana (apparently) was, he needed another romantic outlet. This was provided in the form of a resurrected Etta Candy, who now was a Captain in the Air Force. She was drawn realistically for a woman in her position. She retained almost nothing of her persona from the Golden Age, but did retain a bit from season one of the TV show, in that she was an attaché to various generals. The hint of affection she had for Steve in the television series was dramatically ramped up, to the point that she was, at first, seen as quietly in love with him. Eventually, though, her affections were returned and they were married.

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First Appearance: Wonder Woman (1987) #2

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Issue Appearances:
DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman - The '90s (2011)
Seven Soldiers: Zatanna (2005)
Trinity (2008)
Wednesday Comics (2009)
Who's Who in the DC Universe (1990)
Who's Who: Update '88 (1988)
Wonder Woman (1942)
Wonder Woman (1987)
Wonder Woman (2006)
Wonder Woman Gallery (1996)
Wonder Woman: Amazonia (1997)

Group Affiliation(s):
Checkmate (DC)
U.S. Air Force

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