It's said imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and the way just about every super hero ends up copied or modified into various forms. Wonder Woman is no exception, and here are a few o my favorites.
: Probably the most "not necessarily" hero. Justin Pierce's Wonderella, the star of The Nonadventures of Wonderella
is probably the last hero you want to call on. Not because she is evil or incompetent, but more that she just doesn't care enough to actually do anything.
Maravilhosa: Cadú Simões and Ricardo Marcelino's sexy parody of Wonder Woman from their Brazilian webcomic Homen-Grilo (Cricket-Man) she only appeared a few times in the series.
Glorious Gal: She comes from the rather forgettable 80's cartoon Hero High, about a bunch of teenage super heroes going to school.
: The most blatant yet obscure ripoff I know about. She's from a 1978 Korean animated feature. A lot of Korean animation in the late 70's/early 80's lifted ideas from international sources. They lifted a lot of ideas from Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman series (including her spin transformation) for this character, you can find the movie on youtube.
Tharia of Mars: My own open source creation, and I openly admit the inspiration Wonder Woman played. Tharia is the daughter of John Carter. Warlord of Mars and she developed an interest in her father's home world. She inherited her father's ability to project herself between worlds, arriving on Earth as World War II raged on. She used her unique abilities to help fight against the Nazis.
The character of Tharia of Mars is available for use by anyone, with only one condition. This paragraph must be included in any publication involving Tharia of Mars, in order that others may use this property as they wish. All rights reversed