Wonder Woman's Secret Past

newyorker:

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In the magazine this week, Jill Lepore investigates the female superhero’s feminist origins:

"It isn’t only that Wonder Woman’s backstory is taken from feminist utopian fiction. It’s that, in creating Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston was profoundly influenced by…

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brudesworld:

Ken Kelly, 1975

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classichorrorblog:

Addams Family Values (1993)

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brudesworld:

Norman Mingo, 1967

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killedtheinnocentpeople:

Dirt and Blood by Gerald Brom.

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thebristolboard:

Amazing illustration by Michael Deforge for The Beguiling, a comic shop in Toronto, Canada.

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brudesworld:

Llorenç Brunet, 1905

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ancientart:

An interesting find from Wessex Archaeology.

This Saxon gilt button-brooch appears to have a stylized human face (?) in the centre. Similar brooches have been found in other locations across southern England, this particular one was excavated at the Ham Hill Iron Age hillfort.

Courtesy of Wessex Archaeology. Also, here is their write-up of Ham Hill, for those interested in learning more about the context of this find.

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brudesworld:

Frank Brunner, 1990

Heritage

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