|mosellegreen (mosellegreen) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2009-05-21 23:00:00
|Entry tags:||char: etta candy, char: steve trevor, char: wonder woman/diana of themyscira, creator: william moulton marston, era: golden age, publisher: dc comics, title: wonder woman|
Golden Age Wonder Woman
I only got one comment expressing interest, but I'll try reposting a couple of my old WW posts here and see what kind of response I get. If people are interested, I'll repost one a day until they're all here. I'll be posting them backwards, since I'm harvesting them from my own LJ.
Oh, also: can someone please repost that manga drawing of a guy with kittens strapped to his chest? I know I saved it to my hard drive, but I can't find it. Classics like that should be kept in circulation.
This issue of Wonder Woman was published in 1946.
I find that I don't have as many snarky remarks to make about most of the issues from this collection. They carefully chose the least whacked out stories. They also chose the ones with the least bondage. Not that there still wasn't plenty, but when I later heard people making jokes about all the bondage, I thought they were being silly. Then the Archive Editions started being published, and I realized they were right all along.
I always loved Wondy's quick change here.
Aww! Steve's jealous! And poor Diana's so flustered.
You got that right, Etta.
Now for some random bondage. When I was 8 or 9, I puzzled endlessly over what on earth "carryin' dis eyeful around ain't hard ta take" meant.
She's tied with her own lasso, which is unbreakable, so:
The Holliday girls thank her in song.