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Asker Anonymous Asks:
is yo dead?
superdames superdames Said:

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Ain’t ded yit!

I’m going to interpret this as a question about why I haven’t been posting as regularly for the past month.

Well, my life partner has been in the hospital and just had abdominal surgery. Sooo that’s taking up a lot of my spare time.

Superdames will return as soon as this unpleasantness is behind us!

unabridgedcomics:

MARVEL COMIC #442: Tessie The Typist Comics #5
DATE: Winter 1945
PUBLISHER: 20th Century Comics Corp.
CONTENTS: Cover pencilled by Basil Wolverton. Editor: Vince Fago.
CANON: Non-canon.

SERIES NOTES: I take back what I said about a quarterly schedule; this oddly-scheduled series won’t return until September.

As usual, I couldn’t find a copy and don’t know what’s inside. Poor Tessie’s been lost to history forever. I wonder if any copies of this exist anywhere. I wonder if even one person on the planet knows what’s in this. I wonder if any living person has read it, even 60 years ago as a child.

Not sure what’s supposed to be happening on the cover. Tessie’s perfume knocked Skidsy out? Is that good or bad? Skidsy looks enamored. Does he like the smell of the perfume so much that he lost his balance? Did Tessie intend that? She looks happy. Does she not know what’s going on behind her? Is it some sort of special perfume that knocks people out and makes them laugh? Is Tessie a secret agent? Is Tessie standing on something, or are her legs just three times the size of her torso? We’ll probably never know, or really care that much.

(via atlas-tales)

That takes care of the sweet talk!

comicscansms:

- Captain America 210

travestismoyterror:

I hate him!

MISANDRY!

travestismoyterror:

I hate him!

MISANDRY!

popeyepanels:

Beautifully wild.

E.C. Segar, 1933.

What’s up, fools?

(Click images for source info & credits.)

NON-BREAKABLE

vintagetoyarchive:

A-PLUS: 1976 Jaime Sommers THE BIONIC WOMAN Bank

psaaok:

"Appointment?  Hah!  I already have an appointment… with Death!

Young King Cole, Vol. 3, No. 1; August 1947.

alternateworldcomics:

Supergirl in Portuguese

alternateworldcomics:

Supergirl in Portuguese

If Fantomah wills it, then it is so!

—”Fantomah” in Jungle Comics #3 (1940) by Fletcher Hanks

This article pretty much sums up why the current Wonder Woman series does not appeal to me personally.

mental-radio1:

Hola! Nubia! 
Wonder Woman of the Floating Island, unmasked. Wonder Woman #204, January-February 1973.  Art by Don Heck. 

mental-radio1:

Hola! Nubia! 

Wonder Woman of the Floating Island, unmasked. Wonder Woman #204, January-February 1973.  Art by Don Heck. 

mental-radio1:

Suddenly— an astounding intruder-!
Nubia makes her first appearance; Wonder Woman #204, January-February 1973.  Art by Don Heck. 

mental-radio1:

Suddenly— an astounding intruder-!

Nubia makes her first appearance; Wonder Woman #204, January-February 1973.  Art by Don Heck. 

Who runs things around this joint!

—Women Outlaws #6 (1949), artist uncredited