Noah Berlatsky is the editor of the comics and culture blog The Hooded Utilitarian. He has written on gender, comics, and culture for many publications, including Slate, Public Books, The Chicago Reader, Reason, The Comics Journal, The Baffler, and The Atlantic.
"Filled with engaging close readings of various Wonder Woman texts, "Wonder Woman" fills an important gap in superhero comics studies."--Angela Ndalianis"editor of The Contemporary Comic Book Superhero" (03/11/2014) "Zounds! Who knew the wonders of wonder woman's sadomasochistic complexities. If you only know the tv show, get ready for the ropes and lassoes and chains of the 40's comics as examined by Noah Berlatsky. If only the images were in color to match the liveliness of the topic."--Linda Williams"UC Berkeley" (09/16/2014) ""Wonder Woman" [is] engaging and entertaining."--Sean Kleefeld "FreakSugar " "Berlatsky can always be counted on to show us new facets of what he examines, in fact, to show that the facets are part of a whole shape heretofore unperceived."--Carla Speed McNeil "writer/artist of Finder " "Zounds! Who knew the wonders of Wonder Woman's sadomasochistic complexities? If you only know the TV show, get ready for the ropes and lassoes and chains of the 40's comics as examined by Noah Berlatsky. Be sure to buy the e-book to see the original images in glorious color!"--Linda Williams "UC Berkeley " "Engaging and entertaining."--Sean Kleefeld "FreakSugar " "In this smart and engaging book, Noah Berlatsky reveals how psychology, polyamory, bondage, feminism, and queer identities inspired comic books' most enduring superheroine. A fascinating read for anyone interested in comics, pop culture, or gender politics!"--Julia Serano "Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity " "Berlatsky does a dazzling and remarkably accessible reading of the 1940s Wonder Woman comics against some of the heavyweights of modern feminist theory--Judith Butler, Luce Irigaray, Shulamith Firestone, Julia Kristeva, Susan Brownmiller."--Joan Hilty "Wellesley Centers for Women, Women's Review of Books "