Saturday, November 04, 2006

The Wonder Woman Nursery Song, Verses 5 & 6

This is way to dance and sing
dance and sing
dance and sing
this is the way to dance and sing
to please my strange Creator.


This is the way we dress like beasts

dress like beasts
dress like beasts
this it the way we dress like beasts
to please my strange Creator.

15 comments:

Nick said...

Just when I thought it couldn't get any better, we find out Marston was a furry. Is there any fetish this guy DIDN'T have?

Daniel said...

You know, after three straight blog posts I thought I'd be tired of the Nursery Song.

But so far...

Scipio said...

Why, Nick, I haven't even got to the electricified paralysis, the brainwashing sequences, the tying up and spanking of children, and the mouthbit fetish....

Nick said...

Why, Nick, I haven't even got to the electricified paralysis, the brainwashing sequences, the tying up and spanking of children, and the mouthbit fetish....

I get the idea that the moulton/Marston's were never bored in their spare time.

Tony said...

I've been hearing for years about how kinky this series was, but I never really believed it until now. Yeesh.

Scipio said...

I loaned it to a friend of mine; he was utterly nonplussed.

And he works at "The Pleasure Chest", selling sex toys.

SallyP said...

Exactly how Adam Hughes is supposed to be able to top this, is beyond me. This stuff is seriously twisted.

Steven said...

As funny as your Nursery Rhymes have been, they kind of pale in comparison to Diana's own parody of "Jingle Jangle Jingle."

I'm going to be humming that everytime she gets tied up in the future. (which I guess means I'll be humming it a lot).

Jon Hex said...

Something freaked out Jerome? Wow.

On the one hand, he created THE female superhero.

On the other, he was spanking his young mistress.

Hale of Angelthorne said...

the horror...the...horror...

Phillip said...

1. Mouthbits: Yeah, I've seen a few of those stories!

2. I don't think that's a parody of "Jingle Jangle".

3. Please keep going, Scipio!

Phillip said...

I didn't see that she said "chains". Please disregard #2.

Anonymous said...

The worst part of it is, of course, this: you see those guys in sombreros they're dancing with in that first panel? They're supposed to be Italians.

Anonymous said...

Someone seems to have gotten "latin" and "latino" confused, I would guess.

Scipio said...

No, the author is not confused; they are Italians (an enemy in World War II) who have disguised themselves as Mexican prison guards. Marston was a pervert not an idiot.