The origin of golden-age Flame Girl seems a little on the occult side.
Jean’s brief career as a sleepy-eyed model.
X-Men #48, September 1968
Don Heck, Werner Roth, and Arnold Drake
Barry just can’t win :’(
A strong possibility…
—Miss Fury #2 (1943) by Tarpé Mills
A masterpiece of hypnotic art.
—Wonder Woman #3 (1943) by William Moulton Marston & H.G. Peter
—Strange Tales #162 (1967) by Jim Steranko
Wonder Woman pulls some judo on a dinosaur.
—Wonder Woman #18 (1946) by Joyce Murchison & H.G. Peter
Stand up and take it!
—Sensation Comics #8 (1942) by William Moulton Marston & H.G. Peter
Wonder Woman uses her magic lasso to compel an elephant to run faster.
—Wonder Woman #19 (1946) by Joyce Murchison & H.G. Peter
Hellooo! It’s Wonder Woman Weekend!
—Wonder Woman #7 (1943) by William Moulton Marston & H.G. Peter
Three cheers — it’s Wonder Woman Weekend again!
—Sensation Comics #12 (1942) by William Moulton Marston & H.G. Peter
What could possibly go wrong??
—X-Men #53 (1969) by Arnold Drake & Barry Windsor-Smith, inked by Michael Dee
—Thrilling Comics #71 (1949) by Frank Frazetta
Do NOT kiss Batman, you guys.
—Detective Comics #456 (1976) by Elliot S. Maggin & Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua)
—Strange Tales #124 (1964) by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko
Plot twist the dude faints.
—Sensation Comics #4 (1942)
—Air Fighters Comics #7 (1944) by Fred Kida
Valkyrie owns Airboy.
—Air Fighters Comics #2 (1943) cover by Fred Kida