Wednesday, September 4, 2013


Most comic book romance tales are geared towards 'tween/teen girls...
Art by Clinton Spooner
...which make you wonder what the 'tween/teen male attitude on romance is.
This never-reprinted story from Ziff-Davis' Amazing Adventures #1 (1950) offers that viewpoint.
Women, alien or not, are scheming little trollops, plotting to control helpless men, usually by tricking them into marriage.
No wonder there's so much misogyny in America...
While the writer for this story is unknown (but believed to be editor Jerry [Superman] Siegel), the art is by Murphy Anderson, who did a lot of work for Ziff before moving on to illustrate the Buck Rogers newspaper strip!
Next week:
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