Wonder Woman

Top 10 Superheroines Who Kick Ass

Top 10 Superheroines Who Kick Ass

The San Diego Comic-Con begins this week, that celebration of all things comic (and television, and movie, and video game…) and the San Diego Convention Center will be filled to the rafters with fans, gawkers and cosplayers, many of whom are portraying their favorite comic book characters, from DC, Marvel and independent comic book companies.…

Hey Girl, be like Wonder Woman or Julia Child!

Hey Girl, be like Wonder Woman or Julia Child!

Girls, are you ready to change the world? No, really. You can — and you’ll hardly be alone. Just take a look at the Hey Girl, What Have You Done Lately? Tumblr for inspiration. There’s Wonder Woman, that Amazonian warrior princess who always gets the bad guys — and can hold her own in the ĂĽber-male world of superheroes. (Not to mention Lynda Carter, the strong and beautiful actress who played her.) And let’s not forget Julia Child, who singlehandedly elevated the level of American cuisine while inventing the concept of celebrity-chef TV star.

Early sketches of Wonder Woman

Early sketches of Wonder Woman

From the archives, here’s a piece of correspondence where cartoonist Harry G. Peter sent over a couple concept sketches to Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston. Marston’s response is in red ink at the bottom.