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William Moulton Marston created the heroine to acclimate boys to the idea of powerful women. The post A Psychologist Created Wonder Woman to Institute Female Rule appeared first on WIRED.
According to co-creator Jonathan Nolan, with sci-fi "we're inventing cautionary tales for ourselves." The post Westworld's Creators Know Why Sci-Fi Is So Dystopian appeared first on WIRED.
Patty Jenkins' superhero movie gives its lead more than a few slow-mo heroic moments. And she deserves every single one. The post Wonder Woman and the Importance of the Female Hero Moment appeared first on WIRED.
Despite Diana of Themyscira's legacy of empowerment, that's not what made her a superhero—it was a crush gone wild. The post Wonder Woman Overcame Her Origin Story to Become a Feminist Icon appeared first on WIRED.
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On this week's 'Geek's Guide to the Galaxy' podcast, Sofia Samatar discusses the inspiration she found in ancient Arabian writings. The post Sofia Samatar's Arabian Fantasies Get Dosed In Reality appeared first on WIRED.
Gal Gadot is the perfect Wonder Woman, because very few people in America knew who she was until she came to save the day. The post Wonder Woman Proves Wonderful Superhero Movies Don't Need Superstars appeared first on WIRED.