Wonder Woman Wednesday – For Love And Bondage

Posted: March 16, 2011 in DC Comics, Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman Wednesday

William Moulton Marston, the man who created Wonder Woman lives on in history as being…well…one crazy kind of guy.  His comics consisted of Wonder Woman being caught in compromising situations that the typical comic book audience today either laughs at, or causes them to do a double take.

Back in the mid 1900’s, Wonder Woman was known for her lasso of truth, which either bound her enemies to the ground (most of them typically being female) or was used by her enemies to bid her up.  Either way, Wonder Woman is known for her “tied-up” characteristic.

But we can go even further and expect Wonder Woman to not only find herself bound in multiple ways, but also to seem utterly helpless and unable to resist anyone’s torment once bound by the hands.  Below are some images from old comic book covers which gives you just a sample of the number of covers out there showing Wonder Woman bound and utterly helpless.  Click on any image to enlarge it….

Early in the Wonder Woman game, all heroes get tied up once in a while right?

The darling Amazon huh?

Slightly familiar to the above photo

Gone from rope to bandages

ok, whew, I'm much more comfortable with chains

What wonderful inspiration Dr. Strangelove has been for us

Ok, so now she's just gotten used to...she may even like it

Geez that looks like it hurts!

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  1. Josh C. says:

    “Stick and stones may break my bones, but whips and chains excite me.”

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