What I'm Watching: giant monsters in Chicago and a biopic that doesn't deliver
This art house film received marginal theatrical release and is presented as the true story about how psychologist William Moulton Marston created Wonder Woman. Few films that purport to tell a true story seem to get the story correct as the ...
Dark Nights: Metal #6, Annotated; Part 1 – The Trinity's Reunion and Joker vs Joker
Other villains include Giganta (created by William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter for Summer 1944's Wonder Woman issue #9) and a punk-coiffed version of the Riddler (created by Bill Finger and Dick Sprang for October 1948's Detective Comics issue #140 ...
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Professor Marston And The Wonder Woman review
Den of Geek UK
Hot on the heels on Patty Jenkins' box office smashing Wonder Woman comes the biopic of Wonder Woman's creator, William Moulton Marston and the two women who inspired him to create the comic book hero. The central story follows Marston and his ...
Film review: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
The kinky story behind the creation of Wonder Woman becomes a film that repeatedly champions otherness, eccentricity and anti-establishment values, but is ultimately undone by its corny conventionality. Luke Evans is William Moulton Marston, a bondage ...
The men behind the masks: Superhero creators and their not so super lives
Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston, whose colourful life story is being told in the upcoming Professor Marston And The Wonder Women, was a Harvard-trained psychologist credited with inventing some of the key components of the modern ...
Author Jill Lepore, Wonder Woman expert, to speak at Syracuse University
Her expertise in Wonder Woman's role in culture is rooted in American history, literature and politics. In the book, Lepore digs into the influences on Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston, from women's suffrage to the birth control movement ...
In year of Wonder Woman, the remarkable tale of her creation
San Mateo Daily Journal
NEW YORK — Superman and Batman were born, like brothers, in 1938 and 1939, respectively. But psychology professor William Moulton Marston had grander and more progressive aspirations for his comic creation. “Frankly, Wonder Woman is ...