Cassie Sandsmark

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*In Young Justice v3 #8 (2019), an alternate version of Wonder Girl was shown to exist in the Multiverse on [[Earth-3]]. On that world, she was a brunette haired warrior who went by the name of '''Amaxon Thunder''' who dominated other young heroes that she brought under her control where they ruled parts of Earth after the disappearance of the [[Crime Syndicate of America]].
  
 
==In other media==
 
==In other media==
 
===Television===
 
===Television===
*In Young Justice: Invasion, Cassie Sandsmark as Wonder Girl appeared in the animated television series 2nd season starting in the episode "Happy New Year" where she was voiced by actor Mae Whitman.
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*In Young Justice, Cassie Sandsmark as Wonder Girl appeared in the animated television series 2nd season Invasion starting in the episode "Happy New Year" where she was voiced by actor Mae Whitman.
  
 
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 20:53, 11 September 2019

Cassie Sandsmark is a female comic superhero that features in DC Comics.

Contents

Biography

Origin

Cassandra "Cassie" Sandsmark

Teen Titans

Whilst near the library, they heard people screaming that the place was haunted by a ghost. Upon investigating the site, Robin determined that it was actually Impulse who was moving at such high-speeds that no one could see him and he was not interacting with them. Whilst Robin and Superboy spoke, Cassie heard a voice calling out to her and went outside the building where she saw in the glass the Greek god of war Ares. He expressed an interest in her as they were related and promised that he would not abandon her as the others had with him gifting her a magical lasso that he claimed was linked to Zeus himself. Before she could ask more, the glass shattered leaving her alone but now armed with a new weapon. (Teen Titans v3 #4) She then joined the team in battling Deathstroke where they learnt from the older Titans that it was actually the villain's son Jericho who had possessed his father and was on a mission to end the Teen Titans team from forming as he believed it only brought the tragic death of a young hero. Jericho moved through multiple Teen Titan's members before disappearing when Raven arrived who also vanished when something took her away. Wonder Girl later rendezvoused at Titan's Tower with the others where she and Superboy shared a kiss as they spoke about each other's lives. Superboy was then thrown to the side by Wonder Woman who expressed her unhappiness at Cassie joining the Teen Titans with her stating that she was there to take Sandsmark back home. (Teen Titans v3 #5)

Post-Flashpoint

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

She was later given a golden lasso called the Lasso of Lightning that became her signature weapon. With it, she could wrap someone up in the rope and if she thought of hurting them then it emitted lightning from it. (Teen Titans v3 #5) The lasso responded to her emotions as when she got angry it could release lightning strikes though she struggled in controlling the voltage. (Teen Titans v3 #10)

Notes

  • Cassie Sandsmark was created by John Byrne where she made her first appearance in Wonder Woman v2 #105 (January, 1996).

Alternate Versions

  • In Young Justice v3 #8 (2019), an alternate version of Wonder Girl was shown to exist in the Multiverse on Earth-3. On that world, she was a brunette haired warrior who went by the name of Amaxon Thunder who dominated other young heroes that she brought under her control where they ruled parts of Earth after the disappearance of the Crime Syndicate of America.

In other media

Television

  • In Young Justice, Cassie Sandsmark as Wonder Girl appeared in the animated television series 2nd season Invasion starting in the episode "Happy New Year" where she was voiced by actor Mae Whitman.

Films

  • In Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, though not named a character resembling Cassie Sandsmark appeared in the animated film as a person at a diner where Superman and Wonder Woman were having a date.

Video games

  • In DC Universe Online, the Cassandra Sandsmark Wonder Girl appeared in the MMORPG where she was voiced by actor Mindy Raymond.

Appearances

  • Wonder Woman v2:
  • Young Justice v1:
  • Teen Titans v3:
  • Wonder Girl v1:
  • Teen Titans v4:
  • Young Justice v3:

External Links

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