Like all the Sea Devils, Judy Walton is a vastly superior being. This is such common knowledge that I scarcely feel any need to elaborate. But that's never stopped me before.
Judy Walton is the Ultimate Woman, tantalizing in her perfection, yet ever unattainable, always just beyond your reach.
On an average dive, Judy Walton saves the life of a Treasury agent and captures a diamond smuggler, dismissing it as "Nothing much":
Judy Walton saved Dane Dorrance from losing his innocence to a swordfish, using nothing more than a life preserver from the Marie Celeste. No, really; the Marie Celeste.
Needless to say, Judy Walton knows the pleasures of sweet sweet octopus love.
Judy Walton is no frilly female; she's as cool as an ice queen.
Judy Walton has special abilities all her own. For example, her disturbing ice queen eyes and impermeable lip gloss give her precognitive abilities.
Judy Walton can violate the fourth wall -- and you -- at will.
Judy Walton's incomparable interpersonal skills and elocution make her the mistress of any social situation, no matter how potentially awkward it might otherwise be.
Judy Walton even has the ability to lead her companions telepathically in nursery rhymes in pig latin underwater.
In short, Judy Walton is not merely a groovy chick, but, as mentioned, a vastly superior being. So don't mess with Judy Walton.
Unless she orders you to.
Do I even want to know the context of the Pig Latin panel? Or why freckles there doesn't understand the proper way to construct a word in Pig Latin?
No; no, you don't.
Excellent choice! A truly groovy chick! You know we share a love of the Sea Devils (I'm still trying to get you to order an Octopus Man custom HeroClix; need a giant for that underwater map). I think all the heroines of DC's Silver-Age non-costumed adventure strips showed a resourcefulness, intellect, and courage unmatched by the "damsels in distress" like Lois Lane and Vicki Vale; and in my seldom-humble opinion, Judy Walton was second only to Karel Sorenson of the Star Rovers!
Groovy sea witch! She can violate me anytime! But please, please, never ever let her freak of a brother near me!
What's in DC waters that turns red-wearing teen deep diving heroes into FREAKING MONSTERS?!??!!? My God the younger Walton looks almost as freaky as Aqualad!!!
I'm constructing a really interesting story in my head around that conversation between Judy and the girl in the purple bikini. Needless to say, both the bikini and the wetsuit will disappear at some stage.
Re: The last image
I always thought of Ocean Master as the queen of the sea.
I'm really enjoying Groovy Chick Month. Please tell me that Ruby Ryder, a recurring villainess from The Brave and the Bold, will be appearing at some stage.
I've never read any of those issues, A; but what I could gather on the internet, she certainly was a handful! I hadn't realized Haney had created any running characters for B&B...
I think Ruby Ryder (apparently based on Copper Calhoun from the Terry & the Pirates strip) may have been the only recurring character Haney created for B&B. I've read a couple of her appearances and she fits the goofy charm of Haney's 70s B&B and certainly qualifies as a 'groovy chick'.
This post proves conclusively that we, the general comics reading public, need a Sea Devils omnibus.
I never realized Howdy Doody was one of the Sea Devils.
I demand the Sea Devils Archive.
I demand the Sea Devils Archive.
I'll gladly sign that petition!
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