Here’s a wacky Golden Age WONDER WOMAN story that was never published at all back in the forties as intended but instead was brought out of mothballs for a 1974 spotlight in DC’s self-centered fanzine, THE AMAZING WORLD OF DC. Presumably written by Robert Kanigher, the eccentric art, as usual with WW, is by Harry Peter.
If H.G. Peter’s art wasn’t eccentic enough for you, here’s some Frank Robbins! Robbins illustrates a David Michelinie story originally published by DC in 1975′s WEIRD MYSTERY TALES.
Oh, you like that? There’s a little more Robbins then over at COMICS IN CRISIS’ discussion of the debut and demise of the original UNION JACK from Marvel’s (Okay, Roy Thomas’) retro-title, THE INVADERS in 1976.
Much more traditional art comes from Hank Porter in Thom Buchanan’s coverage of the 1939-40 weekly Sunday strip adaptation of Walt Disney’s PINOCCHIO. Follow the link for part one but go to the full blog for follow-up sections.