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 DONNA TROY BIOGRAPHY
Created by Arnold Drake and Bruno Premiani

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Donna Troy
The Original Universe


PERSONAL DATA


Aliases: Troia, Wonder Girl I, Troia, Darkstar
Occupation: Photographer
Citizenship: American
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Diana (twin), Terry Long (former husband; deceased), Robert Long (son; deceased), Carl Stacy (stepfather), Fay Stacy (stepmother), Jerry Stacy (stepbrother), Cindy Stacy (stepsister)
Base of Operation: New York, New York
Group Affiliation(s): Justice League of America
Group Affiliation (former): Titans, New Titans, Teen Titans, Darkstars
Gender: Female
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 125 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black
First Appearance: Brave and the Bold #60 (June-July 1965)
Creators: Arnold Drake and Bruno Premiani


HISTORY

A woman with a very complicated history, who began life as a magical twin of the young Diana (later known as Wonder Woman) created by the sorceress Magala. She was stolen away by the evil Dark Angel and suffered through a number of lives. In the life she remembers she was raised by the Titans of Myth, and became the heroine Wonder Girl on her return to Earth. As Wonder Girl she joined the Teen Titans and forged close relationships with a number of other young heroes. She eventually married Terry Long and had a child with him. However, in short succession her husband and her powers left her and she was bereft until recruited by the interstellar peacekeeping force the Darkstars. She continued to work alongside other young(ish) heroes, forging a relationship with Green Lantern which came to an abrupt end when, after her ex-husband and child died, Dark Angel stepped in to start her life over again. She was saved by Wonder Woman and the Flash and has embarked on a new lease of life, accepted as a Titan and an Amazon.


CHRONOLOGY

For a definitive list of appearances of Donna Troy in chronological order click here

PROFILE REFERENCES

New Titans Annual #5 ([August] 1989)

Who's Who in the DC Universe #4 (November 1990)
Wonder Woman Secret Files #1 (March 1998)
Wonder Woman Secret Files #3 (May 2002)