Artist William Moulton Marston

William Moulton Marston Photography published in a 1938 advert for Gillette's Blades.

William Moulton Marston was an American psychologist and writer born in 1893 and died in 1947.

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    After graduating from law school in 1918, he obtained a degree in psychology two years later.

    He developed the lie detector in 1922. At the end of the 1930s, he was hired as an editorial consultant for DC Comics.

    In 1941, he invented the character of Wonder Woman. The first plates were drawn by H.G. Peter. She was the first comic book superheroine.

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    The Paris guide to the 1000 cult places of films, series, music, comics and novels

    The Paris guide to the 1000 cult places of films, series, music, comics and novels

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    The café of Amélie, the mansion of Untouchables, the jazz club of the finale of La La Land, the Hôtel du Nord of the mythical replica of Arletty “Atmosphere”, the cinema of A bout de souffle, the restaurant of Ratatouille, the quays of the Seine of Midnight in Paris, the secret places of the Da Vinci Code, the grocery store of January in La Traversée de Paris , the Bridge of Inception and Peur sur la ville, the addresses of the spectacular scenes of Mission Impossible 6, but also series Call my agent, Gears, Le Bureau des légendes, Sense8, Sex and The City, Gossip Girl…

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