“The Truth About Wonder Woman” on AMC’s Secret History of Comics, Featuring Me!

I was on television last night, gang! With a lot of amazing people, too. AMC has a new documentary series about comic books called Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics, with Kirkman’s production company making the show. Last night’s episode was “The Truth About Wonder Woman” and it focused mainly on her early years, particularlyContinue reading ““The Truth About Wonder Woman” on AMC’s Secret History of Comics, Featuring Me!”

Fact and Fiction in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

My review of Professor Marston and the Wonder Women went up today at The Comics Journal, and there sure was a lot to dig into here. To begin with, I really enjoyed the film. I thought that the cast was excellent, especially Rebecca Hall as Elizabeth Marston. She was brash and delightful, and whoever pickedContinue reading “Fact and Fiction in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women”

Check Out New Book, Wonder Woman Psychology, And My Essay On Marston and Wertham!

There’s a fascinating new book about Wonder Woman set to hit stores next week (though Amazon seems to be shipping it out already in America), and I’m very honoured to be a part of it. Wonder Woman Psychology: Lassoing the Truth is edited by Travis Langley and Mara Wood, and examines Wonder Woman from aContinue reading “Check Out New Book, Wonder Woman Psychology, And My Essay On Marston and Wertham!”

RIP Pete Marston, the Son of Wonder Woman Creator William Moulton Marston

Moulton “Pete” Marston, the son of Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston and Elizabeth Holloway Marston, passed away on Tuesday. He was 88 years old. Aside from his parental connection to Wonder Woman, in recent years Pete had become well known in the fan community for his Wonder Woman Museum, comprised of a massive collectionContinue reading “RIP Pete Marston, the Son of Wonder Woman Creator William Moulton Marston”