“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”

Professor Marston & The Wonder Women Trailer: A Tad Salacious, A Lot Inaccurate

The first full trailer for Professor Marston & The Wonder Women, a film about the lives of the creator of Wonder Woman and his two partners Elizabeth Marston and Olive Byrne, premiered yesterday, and I’ve got some mixed feelings about it. I’m excited for the film; the Marstons are fascinating, and their lives and beliefsContinue reading “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women Trailer: A Tad Salacious, A Lot Inaccurate”

The Comic Books To Read After You See Wonder Woman This Weekend

Wonder Woman is hitting theaters tomorrow, with early showings tonight (I’M GOING TO SEE IT TONIGHT AND I’M SO EXCITED I CAN’T EVEN DEAL WITH IT), and soon lots of new Wonder Woman fans are going to be wondering what to read next. While I definitely suggest my book Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious HistoryContinue reading “The Comic Books To Read After You See Wonder Woman This Weekend”

Cat Grant, President Marsdin, and Elizabeth Holloway Marston All Went to the Same College

Last night’s Supergirl was one of the best episodes of the year, in no small part due to Lynda Carter guest starring as President Marsdin and the long awaited return of Calista Flockhart as Cat Grant. They even got to share the screen together before the Daxamite queen Rhea, played by Teri Hatcher, shot AirContinue reading “Cat Grant, President Marsdin, and Elizabeth Holloway Marston All Went to the Same College”

Talking About Wonder Woman at the Imagine Film Festival in Amsterdam: A Recap!

I am now home from my five day visit to Amsterdam, and it was such a cool trip. I’m from Halifax, which is one of the oldest cities in North America, but it doesn’t even come close to the history and legacy of Amsterdam and it was so fun to get to explore the city.Continue reading “Talking About Wonder Woman at the Imagine Film Festival in Amsterdam: A Recap!”

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!”