Wonder Woman, Diana Prince, with her powerful abilities, centuries of training and experienced at handling threats that range from petty crime to threats that are of a magical or supernatural nature, Diana is capable of competing with nearly any hero or villain. She’s concurrently the fiercest and most nurturing member of the Justice League, capable of making the hard decisions. Wonder Woman’s hard-decision making is brought from her backstory and characterization. In comic books and the DC Universe Wonder Woman’s nickname, The Amazon Princess, makes obvious the dichotomy inherent in the premiere super-heroine. As an Amazonian she is a trained warrior, powerful, strong-willed, and does not back-down from a battle. The princess aspect of the character places her in the political and diplomatic spheres, pursing peace without escalating conflicts. In both worlds Wonder Woman is a leader, who, unlike Superman and Batman, understands the ramifications globally and locally of her actions. Throughout the character’s seventy-five-year history, and several retcons, Wonder Woman has remained consistently nurtured humanity through compassion and a strong conscience.