A 1987 bookmark featuring Wonder Woman, printed as part of a DC-backed literacy campaign. I would have guessed that Dick Giordano was at the very least the inker of the illustration, although far more informed folks - inc Sean Kleefeld - assure me it’s the work of Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. (It’s hard to imagine the no-longer-so-Nu52 version of the character fronting a comparitive initiative, or, indeed, being able to convincingly hold such a confident, winning smile.)
Normal men retain their childish longing for a woman to mother them. At adolescence a new desire is added. They want a girl to allure them. When you put these two together, you have the typical male yearning that Wonder Woman satisfies.
William Moulton Marston, from “Our Women Are Our Future” by Olive Richard (via batgorilla)