Who Were the First Women to Write and Draw Wonder Woman? – CBR


Who Were the First Women to Write and Draw Wonder Woman?
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But there's one very natural (I think) follow-up question you didn't address: When was the first time a female writer wrote a Wonder Woman story? Charles Moulton, Robert Kanigher, George Perez…surely Gail Simone wasn't the first woman to ever write ...

‘Professor Marston & the Wonder Women’ tells a fascinating tale: the origin of the origin story – Winston-Salem Journal


Winston-Salem Journal

'Professor Marston & the Wonder Women' tells a fascinating tale: the origin of the origin story
Winston-Salem Journal
As its title suggests, the fact-based film tells the story of William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans), the psychologist and inventor who, under the pen name Charles Moulton, created the comic book heroine Wonder Woman. The character's origin story was ...

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Review: “Professor Marston & the Wonder Women” tells of the fascinating origin of the origin story – The Denver Post


The Denver Post

Review: “Professor Marston & the Wonder Women” tells of the fascinating origin of the origin story
The Denver Post
As its title suggests, the fact-based film tells the story of William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans), the psychologist and inventor who, under the pen name Charles Moulton, created the comic book heroine Wonder Woman. The character's origin story was ...

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‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ is a disarming exploration of a superhero’s kinky roots – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women' is a disarming exploration of a superhero's kinky roots
Los Angeles Times
The first of the title's three principals is William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans), the Harvard professor and psychologist who, under the pseudonym of Charles Moulton, created the beloved character of Wonder Woman, a.k.a. Diana of Themyscira, most ...

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Masters and Mistresses of Invention: Breathe and Professor Marston and the Wonder Women – Boise Weekly


Boise Weekly

Masters and Mistresses of Invention: Breathe and Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
Boise Weekly
Professor Marston is William Moulton Marston, the American psychologist who created Wonder Woman for DC Comics under the name Charles Moulton. He was also instrumental in the invention of the polygraph machine. (Ever wonder where the idea for ...

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TIFF 2017: Meet Professor Marston and the Sexy True Story Behind Wonder Woman – Boise Weekly


Boise Weekly

TIFF 2017: Meet Professor Marston and the Sexy True Story Behind Wonder Woman
Boise Weekly
... the American psychologist who created Woman Woman for DC Comics (using the pseudonym Charles Moulton) and is often credited with inventing the polygraph machine, or lie detector—ever wonder where the idea of Wonder Woman's golden lasso of ...

Watch: Here’s the first trailer for the William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, biopic – Entertainment.ie


Entertainment.ie

Watch: Here's the first trailer for the William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, biopic
Entertainment.ie
Under the pen name Charles Moulton, he based the character of Wonder Woman on the feminist ideals of the two women in his life. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is directed and written by Angela Robinson, with Luke Evans starring as Marston ...

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