DC Comics set up official accounts for the iconic superheroes to promote Justice League #12, in which the characters will begin a romance.
Match.com's chief scientific advisor Dr Helen Fisher weighed in on the debate on whether the relationship will last by analysing information from the profiles.
"Superman and Wonder Woman are a classic match, as a very high testosterone male and a very high estrogen female," Dr. Fisher said. "They also have many cultural and biological traits that will fuel their romance.
"People also tend to fall in love with those of the same background. Although Superman comes from a different planet, while Wonder Woman harks from an isolated island, both are aliens to our modern world.
"More important, Superman and Wonder Woman share the same values and goals: They are both dedicated to truth and justice and both fight evil to save the good - traits shared by both the high testosterone and high estrogen type. Lastly, both value independence."
Superman's relationship with traditional love interest Lois Lane was dropped as part of DC's 'New 52' reboot last year, with the Daily Planet reporter seeing a new character named Jonathan Carroll.