Wonderman (top) 1963 (DC) vs Wonderman (bottom) 1939 (FOX) Fight to death. no morals, both at full potential.
Within the story, he appeared on the scene and eventually came to rival Superman, possessing the same powers as he, but not his weaknesses. His popularity surpassed Superman which left him depressed, feeling like a has-been.
It was later revealed that Wonder Man used to be Ajax, one of Superman's duplicate robots that he used for help or hiding his identity. Ajax was kidnapped by the Superman Revenge Squad while in space, who turned him into a real living being while still having his bionic super-powers. The invaders wanted to use him to remove Superman so that he would no longer be in their way for their attack. Wonder Man, not being evil, thwarted their plan with Superman when he learned of their full intentions. After the aliens' defeat, Superman offered Wonder Man (who revealed to him his secret) the chance to fight at his side, but the aliens installed a death-mechanism in him that was triggered to kill him within a week. Wonder Man died, and then laid in a grave which said that he was born a robot, but died a human. This is similar to the first appearance of the Marvel comics Wonder Man.
Wonder-Man was a Superman Robot that possessed the following abilities
- Super Strength
- Super Speed
- Keen Senses
A superhero that was created even BEFORE Superman. Fred Carson is given a magic ring by a yogi that gives him many amazing Powers to fight evil and serve justice. Wonder Man's secret identity is Fred Carson. During an excursion to Tibet, an old monk bestows Carson with a ring that gave him the power to fight evil when the need arose. His powers are almost exactly like those of 1939 Superman
While in Tibet Fred Carson is given a magic ring by a Yogi that gives him many Amazing Powers. He returns to America to Fight Evil and serve justice. Fred works as a radio engineer and inventor.
Sometimes known as the first " Superman Clone". The character himself was created by Will Eisner and firsts appeared in Wonder Comics #1 published by Fox Feature Syndicate. After his first appearance DC Comics sued Fox Feature Syndicate. DC thought he was to much alike of Superman. While the publisher and even Will Eisner himself claimed in court that Wonder Man was invented before Superman, DC won the case, and Wonder Man was no more. This wiped Wonder Man out of existence to this day.