The important question nobody is asking: With Hostess gone, WHO WILL SAVE US FROM COOKY LA MOO?
The next time anyone says that Wonder Woman or the Amazons are fundamentally warriors, I will punch him or her in the face. With love.
(from Wonder Woman vol. 2, no. 14)
This is the best Scarecrow story ever written.
(from DC Super Friends #8)
I really love the idea that Sazia read a bunch of Golden Age Wonder Woman strips to research her opponent, even if that makes absolutely no sense in-story.
(from Wonder Woman vol. 2, no. 95)
“The Fir Tree’s Story” originally appeared in Sensation Comics # 14 (DC Comics, February 1943). The story was written by Wonder Woman’s creator, William Moulton Marston, and drawn by the inimitable Harry G. Peter.
DC has published a lot of Christmas stories through the years and a few of them have become perennials. I’ll never have anyone convince me that Wonder Woman filling in for Santa isn’t great.
But what about modern age of the Bronze Age and beyond? What story walks the best balance between great story telling and seasonal message?
“The Crimson Centipede made his one and only appearance in Wonder Woman #169 (April 1967), and surely must have driven WW artist Ross Andru “buggy” that month, having to draw all of those arms and legs”