Other than the clones, there really isn't even a Marvel Superman analog, let alone a Wonder Woman one.
I'd say the closest Marvel ever got (again, not counting deliberate clones) is Tony Stark being somewhat analogous to Batman, ie, both wealthy men with penchants for women and tech.
As per this thread: Storm may be closest, mainly due to name recognition thanks to the X-men movies. In terms of powerset...perhaps Sharon Ventura as Ms. Marvel; however, she has no where near the name recognition.
Shinier than a speeding bullet.
Carol as Captain Marvel is closer than she was as Ms. Marvel, IMO. Got a more 'I'm an icon to girls in my world' look to her now.
Both She-Hulk and Power Girl are outgoing, muscular, self-assured heroines. There's also a parallel between Jen's lawyer career and Karen's business career, as civilians they're professionals in roles of high standing.
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there is no, nor has there ever been a marvel analog for ww. thor is close. i guess female thor is closer-ish but in terms of what she is meant to represent, there isn't anyone near her. no female character in marvel comes close to the history she has, nor to the ideal she was meant to represent. thor in power, but that's as far as it goes. marvel has no real history of iconic female characters--it still doesn't imo let alone any that would come within a light year of cracking the company's 'trinity'.....
I also believe that with the power of the MCU and how it is affecting our culture, Captain Marvel - which will be the second female led major superhero movie after WW - will catapult her into the territory of being the face of woman superheros for Marvel, in the same way Iron Man has become the face of Marvel in this generation.