In her first encounter with the Nazi Baroness, Paula von Gunther, Wonder Woman agreed to allow one of Paula's henchmen to weld

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The original Wonder Woman was a circular story of re-education, whirling through lessons on gender and power dynamics. One recurrent teaching was mastery over

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Centuries after the Amazons landed on Paradise Island, Diana was born. On her fifteenth birthday, she pledged herself to Aphrodite’s service and

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Fun Fact: The Magic Lasso was not part of Wonder Woman’s original design. Marston added it as a story element to solve

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“What’s this?” I asked my mom, my eyes riveted to the TV screen. A beauty queen wrapped in an American flag tossed

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I once read that Marston wrote every single Wonder Woman story during his lifetime, including four stories in each issue of Wonder Woman, single episodes Sensation

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The Amazons were not the first women created by the gods. That distinction belongs to Pandora, the first woman, the “Eve” of

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In Wonder Woman #1, Marston compared Diana’s birth to the myth, “Pygmalion and Galatea,” in which a sculptor became so enamored of his creation

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In Wonder Woman #1, a panel showing an Amazon woman beating back her abusers with broken chains to reclaim her personhood was indeed worth

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Like all the Amazons, Queen Hippolyte enjoyed a bountiful life brimming with every happiness—save one. After centuries of personal development and self-actualization,

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