Archive for the ‘Princess Diana’ Category

Supereconomics – Part 12

2016/02/07

Remember when Wonder Woman committed identity theft in order to become an American citizen? Because I sure do.

I'm pretty sure that's a felony. :O

I’m pretty sure that’s a felony. :/

This glimpse into one Amazon’s life of crime comes to you courtesy of DC Special Series #19: Secret Origins of Super-Heroes (Fall 1979) by Robert Bernstein, Otto Binder, E. Nelson Bridwell, Cary Burkett, John Broome, Gardner F. Fox, Edmond Hamilton, Robert Kanigher, Ross Andru, Jose Delbo, Ramona Fradon, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Al Plastino, Dick Sprang, George Tuska, Vince Colletta, Mike Esposito, Joe Giella, and Stan Kaye.

UPDATE (2016.07.31.): James Daily of the comic book legal blog Law and the Multiverse has classified this transaction as “pretty illegal”. You can read more about his thoughts on this here.

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Supereconomics – Part 10

2016/01/18

It says something when, almost immediately after arriving in Man’s World, you decide to embrace capitalism and turn yourself into a sideshow attraction.

WARNING: Audience members in first three rows may be hit by ricocheting bullets.

WARNING: Audience members in first three rows may be hit by ricocheting bullets.

This glimpse into Wonder Woman‘s employment history has been brought to you by DC Special Series #19: Secret Origins of Super-Heroes (Fall 1979) by Robert Bernstein, Otto Binder, E. Nelson Bridwell, Cary Burkett, John Broome, Gardner F. Fox, Edmond Hamilton, Robert Kanigher, Ross Andru, Jose Delbo, Ramona Fradon, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Al Plastino, Dick Sprang, George Tuska, Vince Colletta, Mike Esposito, Joe Giella, and Stan Kaye.

Politically Incorrect Theater – Part 11

2015/03/12
I think Wonder Woman's been spending too much time reading radical feminist blogs on Tumblr.

I think someone’s been spending too much time reading radical feminist blogs on Tumblr.

Remember what Wonder Woman was like before the New 52? When her response to men disrespecting her involved petty acts of vandalism and destruction of private property rather than explicit threats of castration (which makes her about one step removed from Frank Miller‘s interpretation of her)?

I kinda miss that Wonder Woman.

This…thing…was taken from Wonder Woman #19 (June 2013) by Brian Azzarello, Tony Akins, Goran Sudžuka, and Dan Green.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 5

2014/05/19

Only in Frank Miller’s DC Universe is Wonder Woman beautiful as Aphrodite, wise as Athena…and personable as Andrea Dworkin.

Three bets that Miss Congeniality here got voted off Paradise Island.

Three bets that Miss Congeniality here got voted off Paradise Island.

Today’s novel view of man’s world has been brought to you by All-Star Batman & Robin the Boy Wonder #5 (July 2007) by Frank Miller, Jim Lee, Alex Sinclair, Dave Stewart, and Scott Williams.


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