Is Wonder Woman Immortal? [duplicate]

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In the Wonder Woman movie she was born before WWI and in the BvS she was fighting doomsday. It doesn't look like she is aged a little bit.

Is she immortal or having a slow aging rate?

Whether she will get old?

Best Answer

She starts as a child and becomes an adult. So she can grow up but not clear if she can age.

Also she killed a god so she can probably die.

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Does Wonder Woman have immortality?

The most general rule regarding Wonder Woman is that she is immortal but not invulnerable. In other words, she is immune to natural death but not to a violent death. In other continuities, Wonder Woman has been immortal but only on the island of Themyscira.

Does Wonder Woman have invincibility?

She is even invulnerable to nuclear explosion and resistant to magical attacks. However, Wonder Woman's invulnerability is tempered by a famous vulnerability to piercing weapons. Sword, spears, bullets, and arrows can injure her, which is why she needs her bulletproof gauntlets to protect herself in the field.

How does Wonder Woman become immortal?

According to the movie, Wonder Woman, she is the daughter of Zeus hence, she is immortal and she is more or less, like Supergirl, super-strength, can fly, etc.

Are Amazonians immortal?

With DC Rebirth, writers went back to the Post-Crisis origins for the Amazons, largely due to the controversial depiction of their mating cycle. It is once again stated that the Amazons are immortal, and that they were conceived from the souls of women who had died at the hands of men.

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