Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Captain America and Wonder Woman in " Punishment Before Proposal!"



I am glad that like Captain America's film debut, Wonder Woman's first solo outing will be a period piece.  It adds to the mythic feel of the characters while also paying homage to their comic book history.  Plus, anything to help set a film apart from the many other comic book blockbusters out there is a good thing.

This marks  my 15th entry into the romance of WW/Cap...

14 comments:

AirDave said...

Wow, a 15th Anniversary!

Simreeve said...

Reading the issue's title before scrolling down to look at the cover, and knowing what I do about Wonder Woman's history... I expected to see one or the other of that couple being tied-up by the other!

^_^

Jay Johnson said...

@Simreeve: No, that would be be the WW/Tarzan "50 Shades of Lord Greystoke" cover over on the Mature Readers Team-up blog.... (which doesn't exist, but should!)

Anonymous said...

red hood red skull connection? need the barons to team up zemo and blitzkrieg

Ross said...

They already have on a previous WW/Cap cover.

Anonymous said...

Whew! You had me worried for a while, there. I thought these two had gotten divorced!*

*Btw: in case you hadn't yet seen them for yourself? The previews for the Wonder-Gal movie seem to have her fighting Germany during WWI.

Glenn Host said...

Yes they choose to use WWI in movie I think to differentiate between Captain America and Wonder Woman I think.

This cover seems out of order - they were getting married in previous episode.

Ross said...

My WW/Cap covers jump around in continuity.

A Mindful Webworker said...

Steve Ditko Capt America? The red hoodlums look Ditko-ish, but Cap... just looks like Cap. Wonder when/where that's from.

Always fun to see the different era-styles you use. Like WW here. Truly old-school.

Anonymous said...

@Glenn Host: So, if DC and Marvel ever _did_ make a movie teaming these two, WW would be like a cougar?

Glenn Host said...

Yes completely except since she in immortal I am not sure it counts/

Anonymous said...

While the Wonder Woman on the cover honors the Golden Age, she actually appeared in the 80's! Trina Robbins drew her for THE LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN, which bridged Volume 1 with the Perez-drawn reboot.

Anonymous said...

@ Ross: I think my favorite of your Cap/WW shipper covers is when Wonder Cougar and the Cheetah were fighting over Cap's affections! But, Iwillingly give this one a silver medal. :-)

---Anonymous (no relation)

Cary Comic said...

Much as I hate to admit it? I have to agree with the 2nd Anonymous on this one.

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