Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman

The Golden Age. Volume One

Book - 2017
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Presents the first comics featuring the hero as she travels from Paradise Island to man's world, using her bracelets and lasso of truth to stop injustice and battling such evil as crooked businessmen and Nazis.

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JKARKI
May 03, 2018

Superhero origin stories are not ordinary stories. The origins of Wonder Woman, from her creator, Charles Moulton, have backstories to the backstories. This collection of early Wonder Woman stories is filled with odd moments and so many comic panels of Just Plain Weirdness that it has to be seen to be believed.

She gets tied up. She rides a kangaroo. She spots things no man would.

She accomplishes amazing feats, such as having super eyelid muscles! But she doesn't use them, alas! "Un-unh! My feminine vanity won't let me pull out my eyelashes! I'll have to escape blindfolded!" she says while tied up and needing to escape a wily and exotic captor. But escape she does. Naughty captor! There's a spanking, of course. Not a spanking inferno, but it's implied. A man can dream, especially if he's Charles Moulton.

And to think, some people thought Batman v. Superman and Justice League had odd plots. Some of this stuff makes the old Superfriends show seem like Shakespeare.

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