comics research bibliography: Wonder Woman

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.


Avery, Dan. 2000.
Promethea unbound: [Gay] Artist Jose Villarrubia 'does Wonder Woman right ' [with Alan Moore, in photonovel style].
Washington Blade (March 10): 37

Brooks, Cleanth. 1944.
[Letter; response to Moulton's 'Why 100,000,000 Americans Read Comics'].
American Scholar (Apr):247-252.

Brown, Jamie Foster. 1998.
TLC's Lisa 'LeftEye' Lopez [photographed in Wonder Woman costume on cover and in article].
Sister 2 Sister (Feb).

Davidson, Bill. 1977.
From The Pages of Comic Books... [Wonder Woman TV show].
T.V. Guide (January 27).

Evanier, Mark. 1977.
Her Name is Lynda Carter [Wonder Woman TV show].
The Amazing World of DC Comics (15; August).

Falk, Lee. 1985.
Teeth, Wonder Woman and the Soul of Bali [Review of Jeff Rovin's Encyclopedia of Superheroes].
New York Times (Dec 15).

Fox, Gardner. 1942, 1999.
Gardner Fox unused script for All-Star Comics number thirteen [Wonder Woman section].
Alter Ego 3 (1; Summer): Golden Age section 19-20

Greer, Germaine. 1997.
Making art, making revolution [Wonder Woman cartoon by C. Clement on ob-gyn issues].
Ms. (May/Jun):72-77.

Gwyon, Wyatt. 1977.
Wonder Woman's Strangest Villains [Wonder Woman TV show].
The Amazing World of DC Comics (15; August).

Lameiras, Joao Miguel. 1996.
John Byrne: O Mr. Fix It [Superman; Wonder Woman; Next Men].
Nemo Fanzine (23; Sep).

Leyden, John. 1997.
When the lie detector first came to town [Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston; letter to the editor].
Washington Post (Jun 1):C10.

Malcolm, Shawna. 1998.
Comic-book relief [casting Wonder Woman tv movie].
Entertainment Weekly (Jan 23):13.

Marston, W. M. 1944.
Why 100,000,000 Americans read comics [by creator of Wonder Woman].
American Scholar 13(Jan):35-44.

Marston, William Moulton. 1942, 1999.
Wm. Moulton Marston script for All-Star Comics number thirteen [Wonder Woman section].
Alter Ego 3 (1; Summer): Golden Age section 21-24

McTavish, Brian. 1995.
Contemporary comic superhero is a female wonder [Wonder Woman].
Albany Times Union (Jun 16):C1.

Reuters. 1998.
U.S. army recruits Superman, Wonder Woman against mines
Reuters: (June 11).

Robinson, Lillian S. 1989.
Looking for Wonder Woman.
Artforum (Summer):100-103.

Rosenberger, John and Dick Dillin. 1977.
The day time broke loose [4 pages intended for Wonder Woman #217; never completed by Rosenberger due to his death; compared with corresponding pages by Dillin].
Amazing World of DC Comics (15; Aug).

Salek, Rebecca. 2000.
A Classic Woman - Diana: The Wonder Woman Character Portrait.
Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Sangiacomo, Mike. 1998.
On comics [DC comics The Spectre, The Flash, and Wonder Woman].
Cleveland Plain Dealer (Jan 8).

Simonson, Louise. 1995.
The True Story of Wonder Woman [children's book].
Racine, WI: Golden Books.

Solomon, Rivka Ketzel. 1998.
Scrambled Signals [feminism, Zap Comics & Wonder Woman)].
Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture 3 (3, Winter): 24-29

Thomas, Roy. 1999.
An All-Star Sensation: An examination of the first two Wonder Woman stories.
Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn): Golden Age section 30-33

Thomas, Roy. 1999.
Two touches of Venus; Wonder Woman gets "Shanghaied into Space" - twice over!
Alter Ego 3 (1; Summer): Golden Age section 14-18

Unknown. 1981.
Gene Colan leaves Marvel for DC, will pencil Batman, Wonder Woman and The Phantom Zone.
Comics Feature (11; August): 13-14

Unknown. 1999.
Beatrice Colen, TV actress [obituary for Etta Candy in 'Wonder Woman'].
Washington Post (November 20): B7

Unknown. 2000.
Insider: [Wonder Woman].
TV Guide (April 15)

Unknown. 2000.
People poll: Q: Who is your favorite superhero and why? [Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and George Washington].
Generation Next (May)

Walowit, Karen. 1974.
Wonder Woman: Enigmatic Heroine of American Polular Culture [Ph.D. dissertation].
University of California-Berkeley.

Wein, Len. 2000.
[letter on Wonder Woman].
Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): 3, 33

Wiener, Craig. 1997.
Wonder Woman's creator [letter].
Washington Post (May 9):A24.