Comic Book Cats, number 121: Sensation Comics starring Wonder Woman #7, drawn by H.G. Peter and written by William Moulton Marston, published by DC Comics in July 1942.
This early Wonder Woman story features a plot by Nazi spies to take over the International Milk Company in order to deprive America’s children of the milk they need to grow up strong & healthy. Diana Prince investigates International Milk but is captured by their thugs and tossed into the back of a milk truck to drown. Transforming into Wonder Woman, she breaks out of the truck. A flood of milk spills out into the streets, which attracts a horde of hungry stray cats.
Harry George Peter was born in San Rafael, California in March 1880. He had already been working as a newspaper illustrator for four decades when William Moulton Marston asked him to design the visual appearance of Wonder Woman in 1941. Peter was the primary Wonder Woman artist for 17 years, from the character’s debut in All Star Comics #8 in October 1941 until his death in 1958 at the age of 78.
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Comic Book Cats, number 121: Sensation Comics starring Wonder Woman #7, drawn by H.G. Peter and written by William Moulton Marston, published by DC Comics in July 1942. This early Wonder Woman story features a plot by Nazi spies to take over the International Milk Company in order to deprive...