|mosellegreen (mosellegreen) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2009-05-24 11:36:00
|Entry tags:||char: etta candy, char: paula von gunther, 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 Crack
This was first published in 1945.
Steve Trevor takes Diana Prince out to dinner, but naturally after they've been there a while he reveals that they're there on business. There's a spy who's making his rendezvous at the restaurant or something. Anyway, he gets shot dead, which is bad because that means he can't tell the good guys what he's up to.
Steve is mightily impressed, but Wonder Woman's miffed at him for snubbing her as Diana Prince.
Margo is all ready to pet Steve's bruised ego.
He takes her home, and while they're still in front of her mansion, a bunch of bad men she's had dealings with show up with guns and apprehend them both. They take them inside the mansion for some gratuitous bondage:
Wonder Woman is a member of an immortal race, the Fountain of Youth is on her island, and she's wondering what beauty parlor Margo uses?
Steve shows off his maturity:
"The folder", by the way, contains top secret intelligence.
Steve is about to walk down the aisle when Paula summons Wonder Woman:
Wonder Woman confronts Margo, who squirts knockout gas in her face. She wakes up in yet another form of bondage, and Etta and the Holliday Girls come to the rescue:
Sometimes I really wonder what wonders Marston would have come up with if he'd been writing actual smut. He was so creative with G-rated bondage, think what he could have done had he been able to utilize body parts normally covered by clothes.
No, wait, on second thought, don't think of that. It would be scary.
You were going to join for life with a woman you considered a witch just to show your girlfriend that you weren't tied to her apron strings? Smart move, Steve! That'll show her, all right!