Now, never mind that "Dr. Edna Blaine" business, or the fact that the comic was first published well before she was born. I think we can all agree those are mere pesky details.
When contacted, Kabuki said this :
It's true, I admit it! I wasn't a Swedish masseur or a Japanese courtesan in my past life--I was Dr. Edna Blaine and I worked cat-eye glasses and pumps like nobody's business.
She's not lying, as you can see:
I don't know about you, but that makes me want to check out her amazing art site more than ever!
(All panels & characters depicted are from "The Super-Prisoner of Amazon Island ", as published in Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #104 (Oct. 1970) & © DC Comics. Story originally published in Action Comics #235 (Dec. 1957).)
I still stand by my commentary! :)ReplyDelete
And I still want those glasses. Hmm. I am due for an optometrist visit . . .
I was glad to rescue it from obscurity. :)ReplyDelete