The winner of Wednesday match was Stephanie Brown.
Today is the last match of this round.
And today it is a wonderful match that I like to call “the Sisterhood of the occasional pants!”
In this corner a woman who is known by many names - Wonder Girl, Troia, Donna Troy, Troy and most recently Missing and Benched!
The former Teen Titan, Ms. Donna Troy!
And in this corner a woman who Donna once called sister (and wore pants)!
You can vote in this match here.
One of my favorite Wonder Family artists.
Wonder Girl, Troia, Dark Star, Wonder Woman’s sister-twin-teenage self, Teen Titan, New Teen Titan, Wonder Woman, JLA member. Wow, Donna Troy has had many, many, many roles in the DCU.
And today, according to the 1976 DC Calendar, is her birthday. Although with the many lives of Donna, you can never tell. The piece below by Phil Jimenez, my favorite Donna Troy artist, sums up the complexities of Donna.
I’m in the middle of writing an essay for a book about the confluence of soap operas and superhero comics as I have great fondness for and history with both. For me, Donna is one of the biggest representatives of that confluence. I think she’s wonderful.
I think this may be the worst I’ve ever seen Donna’s costume. From JLA #58
In preview pages from today’s JLA, Donna talks about Wonder Woman as has a knock-down fight with the crime syndicate’s Wonder Woman. See more of the fight after the click.
All the Donna Troy fans out there, this one’s for you!
This is by the same artist, Ammotu, who did the Men of DCU I posted earlier. He does commissions and his samples look great.
Today I’ll focus on Donna and Dick. Here’s a lovely portrait by Brendan and Bryan Fraim
An original sketch card from Rittenhouse