|mosellegreen (mosellegreen) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2009-05-22 12:16:00
|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
Thank you, everyone who said they wanted to see more WW! So I will work my way backwards through my own LJ, posting one a day (when possible) until I've reposted it all. And I'll repost the few non-WW posts I made too, though not till after I'm done with Wondy.
The first few posts will be from this 70's collection, as was yesterday's.
This issue was published in 1945. It was one of my favorites from this old collection, mainly because there was a lot of bondage.
Woohoo! We get to see some undershirt!
Cue the obligatory bondage.
There was so much crack, bondage, and plot that I had to scan several whole pages here.
That "Isn't it more fun to make the man obey?" is popular for reprinting in articles about Wonder Woman.
Now for the Holliday girls!
I always like it when heroes crash through skylights. In fact, the bit where Bats did that was the only moment of the 1989 Batman movie that I liked.
The first panel of this was fisked on, I believe, Superdickery. I had to email, explaining that she wasn't tied up with her lasso, the rope was just glowing to indicate that she was hot.