30+ Best Wonder Woman Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Wonder Woman is a fictional superheroine appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Profoundly inspirational Wonder Woman quotes will brighten up your day and make you feel ready to take on anything.

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Famous Wonder Woman Quotes

Steve Trevor: Where are we? Diana Prince: Themyscira. Steve Trevor: What? Diana Prince: Who are you? Steve Trevor: I’m one of the good guys and those are the bad guys. Diana Prince: What? Steve Trevor: The Germans. Come on, we need to get out of here. Diana Prince: The Germans?

Diana Prince: I am going, mother. I cannot stand by while innocent lives are lost. If no one else will defend the world from Ares, then I must. I have to go. Hippolyta: I know. Or at least I know I cannot stop you. There is so much, so much you do not understand. Diana Prince: I understand enough. But I’m willing to fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. Like you once did. Hippolyta: You know that if you choose to leave you may never return. Diana Prince: Who will I be if I stay?

Sameer: Not everyone gets to be where they want to be all the time. Me, I’m an actor. I love acting. I didn’t want to be a soldier, but I’m the wrong color. Everyone’s fighting their own battle, Diana. Just as you’re fighting yours.

Antiope: Ares is alive. You feel it as I do, in your bones. It is only a matter of time before he returns. Hippolyta: The stronger she gets, the sooner he will find her. Antiope: Hippolyta, I love her as you do. But this is the only way to truly protect her. Hippolyta: You will train her harder than any Amazon before her. Five times harder, ten times harder, until she’s better than even you. But she must never know the truth about what she is or how she came to be.

Steve Trevor: Diana! Diana. Diana Prince: What? Steve Trevor: We have to go. Diana Prince: What are you saying? Steve, whatever it is, I can do it. Steve Trevor: No. No. Diana Prince: Let me do it. Steve Trevor: No. It has to be me. It has to be me. I could save today. You can save the world. I wish we had more time. [gives Diana his watch] Diana Prince: What? What are you saying? Steve Trevor: I love you!

General: Who is this woman? Steve Trevor: She is my secretary, sir. General: And she can understand Ottoman and Sumerian? Steve Trevor: She’s a very good secretary.

Etta Candy: I’m introducing myself. It’s Etta Candy. I’m Steve Trevor’s secretary. Diana Prince: What is a secretary? Etta Candy: Well, I do everything. I go where he tells me to go and I do what he tells me to do. Diana Prince: Well, where I’m from that’s called slavery. Etta Candy: I really like her. Steve Trevor: Fantastic. Ladies, after you. Etta Candy: Oh, I do, I like her.

Diana Prince: I will stop Ares! Steve Trevor: What if you’re wrong? What if there’s no Ares? Diana Prince: You don’t believe me. Steve Trevor: I cannot let you do this. Diana Prince: What I do is not up to you. Steve Trevor: Diana!

Charlie: May we get what we want. Steve Trevor: May we get what we need. Sameer: But may we never get what we deserve.

Steve Trevor: Where I come from babies are made differently. Diana Prince: You refer to reproductive biology. Steve Trevor: Yes, yes. Diana Prince: Yeah, I know. I know all about that. Steve Trevor: I mean I refer to that and other things. Diana Prince: The pleasures of the flesh. Steve Trevor: Do you know about that? Diana Prince: I’ve read all twelve volumes of Clio’s criticism on earthly pleasures. Steve Trevor: All twelve, huh? Did you bring any of those with you? Diana Prince: You would not enjoy them. Steve Trevor: I don’t know. Maybe. Diana Prince: No, you wouldn’t. Steve Trevor: Why not? Diana Prince: They came to the conclusion that men are essential for procreation, but when it comes to pleasure, unnecessary.

Ares: [to Diana] Look at this world. Mankind did this, not me. They are ugly filled with hatred, weak. Just like your Captain Trevor. Gone and left you nothing. And for what? Pathetic! He deserved to burn! Look at her and tell me I’m wrong. She is the perfect example of these humans and unworthy of your sympathy in every way. Destroy her, Diana. You know that she deserves it. They all do. Do it!

Diana Prince: I killed him, but nothing stopped. You kill the God of War, you stop the war. Steve Trevor: Exactly what we have to do now. We need to stop the gas. Come on. Diana Prince: No, all this should have stopped. Steve Trevor: Diana… Diana Prince: The fighting should have stopped. Why are they doing this? Steve Trevor: I don’t know! I don’t know. Diana Prince: Ares is dead. They can stop fighting now. Why are they still fighting? Steve Trevor: Because maybe it’s them! Maybe people aren’t always good. Ares or no Ares Maybe it’s just, who they are.

Steve Trevor: So you are here to let me go? Diana Prince: I tried, but it’s not up to me. I even asked them to send me with you, or anyone. Steve Trevor: An Amazon. Diana Prince: The Amazons. Steve Trevor: The Amazons? Diana Prince: It is our sacred duty to defend the world, and I wish to go, but my mother will not allow it. Steve Trevor: Well, I can’t say I blame her. The way this war’s going I don’t want to let anyone I care about near. Diana Prince: Then why do you want to go back? Steve Trevor: I don’t think “want” is the word, right? I guess I got to try. My father told me once, he said, “If you see something wrong happening in the world you can either do nothing, or you can do something.” And I already tried nothing.

Young Diana: What if I didn’t use a sword? Hippolyta: Fighting does not make you a hero. Young Diana: Just the shield then, no sharp edges. Hippolyta: Diana, you are the most precious thing in the world to me. I wished for you so much, so I sculpted you from clay myself and begged Zeus to give you life.

Steve Trevor: But if I can get these notes back to the British Intelligence in time it could stop millions more from dying. It could stop the war. Diana Prince: War? What war? Steve Trevor: The War. The war to end all wars. Four years, twenty-seven countries, twenty-five million dead. Soldiers and civilians. Innocent people, women and children slaughtered. Their homes and their villages looted and burned. Weapons far deadlier than you can ever imagine. It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen. It’s like the world’s going to end.

Steve Trevor: You know, where I come from, I’m not considered average. You know, um, being a spy you have to show a certain amount of vigor. Have you never met a man before? What about your father? Diana Prince: I have no father. My mother sculpted me from clay and I was brought to life by Zeus. Steve Trevor: Well that’s neat.

Diana Prince: To the war! Steve Trevor: Well, technically, the war is that way. But we got to go this way first.

Sir Patrick: Sir Patrick Morgan, at your service. Diana Prince: Diana, Princess of Themysc… Steve Trevor: Prince. Diana Prince. She is, and I are working together.

Steve Trevor: What is this place? Who are you people? Why does the water do that? How come you don’t know what a watch is? How can you speak English so well? Diana Prince: We speak hundreds of languages. We are the bridge to a greater understanding between all men. Steve Trevor: Right.

Diana Prince: We can not leave without helping them. These people are dying. Nothing to eat and in the village enslaved, she said! Steve Trevor: I understand that. Diana Prince: Women! Children! Steve Trevor: We need to make our next position by sunset. Diana Prince: How can you say that? What is the matter with you? Steve Trevor: This is No Man’s Land, Diana! It means no man can cross it, alright? This battalion has been here for nearly a year and they barely gained an inch. Alright? Because on the other side, there are a bunch of Germans pointing machine guns at every square inch of this place. This is not something you can cross. This is not possible. Diana Prince: So what? So we do nothing? Steve Trevor: No, we are doing something. We are, we just… Diana Prince: Steve. Steve Trevor: We can’t save everyone in this war. Diana Prince: Steve. Steve Trevor: This is not what we came here to do. Diana Prince: No, but it’s what I’m going to do. Steve Trevor: Diana!

Steve Trevor: It’s started to snowfall. Touch it. Diana Prince: It’s magical! Steve Trevor: It is, isn’t it?

Ares: I am not the god of war, Diana. I am the God of truth. Mankind stole this world from us. They ruined it, day by day. And I, the only one wise enough to see it was left too weak to stop them.

Ares: They do not deserve your protection! Diana Prince: It’s not about deserving. It’s about what you believe, and I believe in love. Ares: Then I will destroy you! Diana Prince: Goodbye, brother.

Diana Prince: My mother was right. She said the world of men do not deserve you. They don’t deserve our help, Steve. Steve Trevor: It’s not about deserve! Diana Prince: They do not deserve our help. Steve Trevor: Maybe we don’t! But it’s not about that, it’s about what you believe. You don’t think I get it, after what I’ve seen out there? You don’t think I wish I could tell you that it was one bad guy to blame? It’s not! We are all to blame. Diana Prince: I’m not. Steve Trevor: But maybe I am!

Steve Trevor: Etta, why don’t I meet you back at the office? [referring to Diana’s sword and shield] Etta Candy: And meanwhile, I’ll take this for safekeeping. Diana Prince: Oh, no. I don’t think so. Steve Trevor: You got to put the sword down, Diana. Please. Etta Candy: It doesn’t go with the outfit. Steve Trevor: At all. Put the sword down, first of all. [to Etta] Promise me you’ll protect it with your life. Etta Candy: Yes. No. Steve Trevor: You can trust her. Just hand that over. Shield. And the shield to her. [Diana reluctantly gives the sword and shield to Etta] Steve Trevor: You got it? Thanks, Etta.

Hippolyta: [to Diana] Be careful in the world of men, Diana. They do not deserve you. You have been my greatest love. Today you are my greatest sorrow.

Steve Trevor: Welcome to jolly old London. Diana Prince: It’s hideous. Steve Trevor: Yeah, it’s not for everybody.

Hippolyta: We give thanks to the gods for giving us this paradise. Young Diana: And the God Killer? Hippolyta: The God Killer? Young Diana: The weapon that is strong enough to kill a God. Can I see it? Hippolyta: The Gods gave us many gifts. One day you’ll know them all. This great tower is where we keep them. The God Killer. Young Diana: It’s beautiful. Who would wield it? Hippolyta: I pray it will never be called to arms. But only the fiercest among us even could. And that’s not you, Diana.

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