Joye Murchison Kelly and Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk to be Honoured with Bill Finger Award

This is very, very cool. Two of the most important women in the early history of Wonder Woman are going to receive the Bill Finger Award at San Diego Comic-Con this summer. Joye Murchison Kelly was a ghost writer for William Moulton Marston in the early 1940s, while Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk was an assistant editorContinue reading “Joye Murchison Kelly and Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk to be Honoured with Bill Finger Award”

Read an Excerpt From Investigating Lois Lane at The Atlantic!

In what is one of the very coolest and sort of unbelievable moments of my career thus far, The Atlantic has run an excerpt of Investigating Lois Lane.  I’m honoured to be on the site, and I’m so glad that everyone can get a nice peek inside the book and see what it’s like.  IContinue reading “Read an Excerpt From Investigating Lois Lane at The Atlantic!”

Wonder Woman Unbound Preview #11: A Bungled Return To Her Roots

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. In the last two weeks, we’ve looked at Wonder Woman’s bizarreContinue reading “Wonder Woman Unbound Preview #11: A Bungled Return To Her Roots”

My Guest Post At DC Women Kicking Ass: The Brief Feminist Revolution of Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane

I was lucky enough to get to do a guest post on DC Women Kicking Ass this week while Sue is out of town.  I wrote about Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane, and Lois’ very short feminist revolution in 1972.  Lois Lane is one of my favourite characters, SGFLL is one of my favourite series,Continue reading “My Guest Post At DC Women Kicking Ass: The Brief Feminist Revolution of Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane”