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Mocked And Derided...
Glum and gloomy morning in the park. I was the only bugger there, except for the quartet of builders who walk past on their way to the fast food kiosk every day and snigger at me (Mutters vile curses-)
Afterwards I went to the NPG for a quick visit to the wee Charlotte Bronte exhibit. There was little there I hadn't seen before, but I'm fascinated by those eency weency magazines they produced in childhood. How did they manage that, how? They probably would have been working largely by candlelight, too.
Watched the latest X FILES. This series hasn't really taken off, has it? I've also seen FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN for the first time, I think, and it was rather better than likely.
I have a bit of a girlcrush on EASTENDERS' 'Nancy'; such a naturally pretty gurl, despite the weird cottage loaf hairdo. Giggle.


'My' Hyppolyta was the Silver Age bland blonde. I couldn't find any decent images of her...

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I love those magazines too! It was the thing I was most looking forward to seeing when I went to Haworth (after first going to HARWORTH, more than fifty miles in the other direction, thanks to my ex-husband's brilliant navigation/spelling skills). I wonder if the content of the magazines has ever been published? I'd love to read them.

Wonder Woman of that era was pretty soppy, but I did find the faces pretty. (Don't know the artist's name-) They look pretty vapid and Barbie-ish, now, though.

Yes to your Hippolyta, with glee. THat's some vibrant colouring.

Eastenders Nancy is cute, and I quite like the in-bred Disney ears she's hair- sprouted. Seems progressive such a radical choice. How is the hair treated, as in, oh dear, on the show, is it as-norm, joke-of-target, invisible...I hope you know what I mean.

I can't keep track of how many times DC Comics has changed the story behind Wonder Woman and her Hippolyta.

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