"Corn Crop" from Wonder Woman vol.1 #25 (National, 1947) by William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peter
I really do enjoy looking at Golden Age Wonder Woman stories, though perhaps not for the reasons Marston thought America's youth would. The bondage stuff is pretty crazy, but then so is the rest of this science fiction/fantasy strip. It's certainly got a unique look! Silver Age Wonder Woman is comparatively boring (especially when you look at the insane Superman and Batman stories of the time) and though I like the Mod (powerless) Wonder Woman of the early Bronze Age in principle, it's not that great in execution. 80s pre-Crisis Wonder Woman, well, only really worth it for the Huntress back-up, though I'm not as critical as others of Don Heck's art on that book. Wonder Woman. Choosing splashes from each volume of Wonder Woman for this space, I'm struck at how much creative teams struggled with the character, making huge changes fairly frequently, and more often than not, missing the mark. But the Golden Age original still holds naive charm for me.