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  1. Nov 10, 2017 · Then none can hold a candle to Wonder Woman, nor the subversive writer who created her in 1941. 1. Wonder Woman was created by the man who invented the lie detector. Dr William Moulton Marston was ...

  2. Joye Hummel, Wonder Woman’s First Female Writer I once read that Marston wrote every single Wonder Woman story during his lifetime, [...] 100 Days of Wonder Woman, Mythology, The Amazons

  3. Introduction. Wonder Woman is an American superhero. Psychologist William Moulton Marston (writing under the name Charles Moulton) and artist Harry G. Peter created the character for DC Comics. The comic strip heroine first appeared in a backup story in All Star Comics, no. 8 (December 1941). She subsequently starred in her own comic, Wonder ...

  4. May 25, 2020 · Elizabeth had a girl (Olive Anne) and a boy (Moulton, aka Pete). Olive Byrne (who had taken the pseudonym, Olive Richard) had two boys, Byrne and Donn. Marston and Elizabeth legally adopted Olive’s children, and the family lived together harmoniously until Marston’s death from cancer in 1947. Olive and Elizabeth continued to live together ...

  5. Oct 26, 2014 · Jill Lepore's new book about Wonder Woman reveals the unconventional life of her creator, William Moulton Marston, who invented the lie detector, championed feminism, and lived with two women at once.

  6. WONDER WOMAN ARCHIVES VOLUME 4 [Marston, William Moulton; et. al.] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. WONDER WOMAN ARCHIVES VOLUME 4

  7. Oct 18, 2014 · Wonder Woman's creator believed that women were purer and better than men. As Lepore says, Wonder Woman was born out of "feminist utopia" and "the struggle for women's rights." But Marston's ...