Wonder Woman smokes and looks sultry in Trouble Magazine

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Sultry photos of a loungey Wonder Woman accompany Julie Ditrich’s story on Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston, with an emphasis on Marston’s pre-50 Shades interest in bondage, domination and having more than one wife—all interests which seeped into the pages of WONDER WOMAN.

Although the story appears in Australia’s Trouble Magazine, the photos were shot for Large Magazine in 2000, when magazines had budgets for things like photo shoots.

Comments

  1. LobsterAfternoon says

    That photo shoot is the most interesting thing Wonder Woman’s appeared in since the Morrison JLA run.

  2. Synsidar says

    That photo shoot is the most interesting thing Wonder Woman’s appeared in since the Morrison JLA run.

    What don’t you like about Azzarello’s Wonder Woman series? That’s gotten rave reactions from readers.

    SRS

  3. LobsterAfternoon says

    I give all the new 52 first issues a try, Azzarello’s WW wasn’t bad, it just wasn’t good enough to buy the next issue.

  4. Jesse says

    Really who is going to smoke in a room with a first edition Barbie on the nightstand. Seriously people.

  5. ansic says

    Ah there it is, Wonder Woman and bondage. *Checks off box for monthly quota*

  6. kraftman says

    This photo session predates Kate Beaton’s Wonder Woman. It was originally shot for Large Magazine in the year 2000.

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