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Wonder Tot (DC)(Pre Crisis)(Diana)
Real Name: Princess Diana of the Amazons
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Like Superbaby before her, Wonder Tot was the super-young version of the familiar adult super-hero. While generally the character was involved in stories that were most likely set on Earth-2, some could be said to have occurred on Earth-1.

See notes at Wonder Girl (Diana) for more details.

First Appearance: None listed.

Other Identities:
Wonder Girl (DC)(Pre Crisis)(Diana)
Wonder Woman (DC)(Earth-2 - Pre Crisis)

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Issue Appearances:
Wonder Woman (1942)

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