Donna Troy


Fans have revealed what gives off an impression of being the first look at Conor Leslie, who plays Donna Troy on Titans, in her costume as Wonder Girl.

The costume itself, accepting that it is real and not fan-made, resembles a blend fo the classic Donna Troy “jumpsuit” outfit and the post-New 52 Wonder Woman looks which have joined a sort of “ribbed” impact to the best. Elements of that design are found in the film adaptation of the Wonder Woman outfit.

“I will say that you will definitely see Wonder Girl peek through,” Leslie told back in November. “You will see elements of her come out. We’re seeing Donna in her photographer gear. Dick [Grayson] didn’t show up and she wasn’t wearing her suit all of the sudden. I think fans are going to want to know when we’ll see little peeks of Wonder Girl, and we will see it in the next episode — and some of her accessories.”

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You can check the tweet below.

The correct design of the star field on her costume, as fans brought up on Twitter, is reminiscent of a later (but all-dark) rendition of the character’s best in the comics.


It sounds like, while Donna may have thought she was out of the superhuman business before Titans season 1, the group is pulling her back in when the second season debuts. The actress prodded that she will have a role coming up.

“She’s inevitably going to be involved with this, that’s very apparent,” Leslie said. “Donna is now involved. Dick has dragged her into this mess, as a brother would.”

Well, that is promising for the future of Titans as the series prepares for a second season on DC Universe. Ideally, their positions extend for characters like Wonder Girl and others, conceivably acquiring more fan-favourite characters that people need to see in live-action.

The first season of Titans is on the DC Universe streaming service and Netflix (outside US). The second season is coming soon.

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