Here Wonder Woman gather’s the wives of the male Leaguers and dresses them in their husband’s costumes to help save the men from Brain Wave.
This was meant to be an allegory for American women doing traditionally “men’s jobs” while the men were fighting in WWII.
ALL-STAR COMICS #15 (March 1943)
Art by Joe Gallagher
Words by Gardner Fox
"World’s Finest" by Bruce Timm
The First Meeting of The World’s Finest
SUPERMAN #76 (May 1952)
Art by Curt Swan (pencils), Stan Kaye & John Fischetti (inks)
Words by Edmond Hamilton
"People in the comics field immediately noticed the resemblance of the name ‘Robin’, to my own name, Robinson."
Recalled Bob Kane’s young assistant, Jerry Robinson.
"I remember receiving a lot of teasing about it and it bothered me at the time. When you’re 17 or 18 and desperately trying to appear older, you don’t want to be known as ‘the Boy Wonder’."
Jerry Robinson at his drawing board in 1941
ball point pen on 8 1/2 x 11 bond paper
Vintage Comic - Phantom Stranger #018
Pencils: Neal Adams
Inks: Neal Adams
Colors: Neal Adams