Dating Princess Diana: You Better Be in It for More Than Her Looks

Category: Dating Princess Diana
Last article published: 14 February 2017
This is the 11th post under this label
When Steve Trevor goes on and on and on about how beautiful Wonder Woman is, Diana Prince wants to teach him a lesson. She borrows a magic mirror from her moms, one can distort your image and your self any way you want it to. Can Steve love a "funhouse Wonder Woman"? It appears not. After a couple of transformations, Steve takes a powder! No problem, after all, he still has his second-place back-up, ol' Diana Prince, right?
Steve, my dude. That's not a good look. No mirror distortion necessary. But Diana has one last lesson to teach him:
 Boom! And that's how Superman and Wonder Woman started dating, and they were still hot and heavy by the New52. Right? I'm remembering correctly?

From Wonder Woman (v1) #130 (May 1962).

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure Diana and Superman were still that much into each other in the nu52. Check out this cover:

https://img.purch.com/o/aHR0cDovL3d3dy5uZXdzYXJhbWEuY29tL2ltYWdlcy9pLzAwMC8xNDkvNjQyL29yaWdpbmFsL1NNV1dfQ3YxOF9kcy5qcGc=

You can almost see the same thought balloon emanating from both of them: "As soon as Kara turns eighteen, you and I are through."

bribabylk said...

Looks like Superman spent some time in front of some sort of funny mirror! That Superman is even more barrel-chested than Boring's.

 

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