Wonder Woman Unbound Preview #2: Utopian Origins

Every Monday until Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious History of the World’s Most Famous Heroine comes out this April, we’re taking a look at a comic panel that captures a key moment in Wonder Woman’s history and highlights an important point from each chapter. Last week we saw a brutal Superman threatening to kill aContinue reading “Wonder Woman Unbound Preview #2: Utopian Origins”

The 1940s Justice Society Of America Were A Surprisingly Progressive Bunch

A few weeks back we learned that Wonder Woman’s background role as the secretary of the Justice Society in the 1940s wasn’t some sort of patriarchal, sexist scheme.  Instead, it was actually about William Moulton Marston wanting complete control of his character.  Today we’ll gain an even better appreciation for the people behind All-Star Comics. Continue reading “The 1940s Justice Society Of America Were A Surprisingly Progressive Bunch”

Science Experiment Fun With Wonder Woman!!

Continuing on in my recent “fun things I read in All-Star Comics” vein, here are a few science experiments you can do with Wonder Woman.  In the last couple years before All-Star Comics was cancelled, every issue a member of the Justice Society would suggest some science experiments for the kids to try at home. Continue reading “Science Experiment Fun With Wonder Woman!!”

Wonder Woman Teaches Us About Waste Paper Salvage

I’ve been reading through All-Star Comics lately, and while Wonder Woman doesn’t do a whole lot in the book, she does have some fun sporadic appearances.  In this one page strip from All-Star Comics #24, illustrated by H.G. Peter, Wonder Woman teaches her incredulous mother about the importance of saving paper.  Hippolyte thinks that savingContinue reading “Wonder Woman Teaches Us About Waste Paper Salvage”

Wonder Woman: Secretary Of The Justice Society Of America

Way back in the 1940s, decades before the Justice League first appeared, DC’s premiere superhero team was the Justice Society of America.  The all-male team was always off fighting Nazis and other evildoers in All-Star Comics, but the most famous character to come from the book was Wonder Woman, who appeared for the first timeContinue reading “Wonder Woman: Secretary Of The Justice Society Of America”