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#1841242 - 08/14/07 09:39 AM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: Scrooge]
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 Originally Posted By: adamstrange
The early Wonder Womans and Sensations were drawn by her creator, HG Peters. Later other artists like Irwin Hasen, Irv Novick, and Ross Andru were brought in. The WW95 is by Andru who drew most of the covers from that point through the next 10 years.


I was reading recently in the 365 Days of DC flip book that, at some point, Peters got behind and some other artist (can't recall the name) stepped in for at least one issue to give a breather to Peters and give him time to assemble a team of assistants. Anyone remember the artist's name?


I can't recall the artist either, but (as noted in the Guide) some early Sensations had WW stories not by Peter: 8, 17 thru 19, and 21.

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#1841397 - 08/14/07 11:44 AM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: sacentaur]
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 Originally Posted By: sacentaur
 Originally Posted By: Scrooge
 Originally Posted By: adamstrange
The early Wonder Womans and Sensations were drawn by her creator, HG Peters. Later other artists like Irwin Hasen, Irv Novick, and Ross Andru were brought in. The WW95 is by Andru who drew most of the covers from that point through the next 10 years.


I was reading recently in the 365 Days of DC flip book that, at some point, Peters got behind and some other artist (can't recall the name) stepped in for at least one issue to give a breather to Peters and give him time to assemble a team of assistants. Anyone remember the artist's name?


I can't recall the artist either, but (as noted in the Guide) some early Sensations had WW stories not by Peter: 8, 17 thru 19, and 21.

Here's the 18:



WOW! That is one glossy Sensation!!!

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#1841566 - 08/14/07 01:12 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: Socratic Wonder]
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 Originally Posted By: Socratic Wonder
 Originally Posted By: sacentaur
 Originally Posted By: Scrooge
 Originally Posted By: adamstrange
The early Wonder Womans and Sensations were drawn by her creator, HG Peters. Later other artists like Irwin Hasen, Irv Novick, and Ross Andru were brought in. The WW95 is by Andru who drew most of the covers from that point through the next 10 years.


I was reading recently in the 365 Days of DC flip book that, at some point, Peters got behind and some other artist (can't recall the name) stepped in for at least one issue to give a breather to Peters and give him time to assemble a team of assistants. Anyone remember the artist's name?


I can't recall the artist either, but (as noted in the Guide) some early Sensations had WW stories not by Peter: 8, 17 thru 19, and 21.

Here's the 18:



WOW! That is one glossy Sensation!!!

\(worship\) \:o

didn't you know, sacentaur is just a code word for "glossy"
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#1841656 - 08/14/07 01:48 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: sacentaur]
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 Originally Posted By: sacentaur
 Originally Posted By: Scrooge
...

I was reading recently in the 365 Days of DC flip book that, at some point, Peters got behind and some other artist (can't recall the name) stepped in for at least one issue to give a breather to Peters and give him time to assemble a team of assistants. Anyone remember the artist's name?


I can't recall the artist either, but (as noted in the Guide) some early Sensations had WW stories not by Peter: 8, 17 thru 19, and 21.

....


Interesting and apparently controversial at GCD.

Cover credits from GCD:

8 says
Harry G. Peter (Pencils) Harry G. Peter (Inks) ? (Colors) ? (Letters)

17 and 19 say
Frank Godwin (Pencils) Frank Godwin (Inks) ? (Colors) ? (Letters)

Indexer notes:
credits by Jerry Bails;

18 says
Harry G. Peter [as H.G. Peter] (signed) (Pencils) Harry G. Peter [as H.G. Peter] (signed) (Inks) ? (Colors) ? (Letters)
Cover pencil and ink credit from Barry Sandoval (March 9, 2006). Cover pencil and ink credit originally given to Frank Godwin. H. G. Peters signature can be seen in the extreme lower left corner of the cover.

21 says
Harry G. Peter (Pencils) Harry G. Peter (Inks)

but as you said, Godwin gets story pencil/ink credits on 17-19 and 21 (but not 8)

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#1841682 - 08/14/07 01:58 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: G.A.tor]
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WOW! That is one glossy Sensation!!!

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didn't you know, sacentaur is just a code word for "glossy"
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Godwin gets story pencil/ink credits on 17-19 and 21 (but not 8)


Thanks for the research, Jack - does anyone have Sensation 8 to check the interior story?

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#1841699 - 08/14/07 02:06 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: sacentaur]
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#1841719 - 08/14/07 02:14 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: skypinkblu]
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Hope this helps, I don't see anything, although there are names on the other stories, not this one...
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#1841752 - 08/14/07 02:26 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: skypinkblu]
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Haw! I don't suppose you ever feel that way on these boards.

I could easily believe that's not H G Peter -- not "baroque" enough -- but couldn't pick Godwin out of a line-up.

Thanks for scanning and posting. Now to get it back in that danged slab.

Jack
(notice that he didn't ask me to pull out MY copy of Sensation 8)

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Hope this helps, I don't see anything, although there are names on the other stories, not this one...

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#1841755 - 08/14/07 02:28 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: selegue]
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heck, I don't even have a sensation 8 (yet!)
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Originally posted by Mmehdy:
"You play you pay......Judgment day is coming and in your comic collecting hearts....... YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE..
It is time for "Daddy" and he is gonna give you a spanking......"

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#1841770 - 08/14/07 02:38 PM Re: The Wonder Woman all the Time thread [Re: G.A.tor]
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heck, I don't even have a sensation 8 (yet!)
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Same reason he didn't ask me to pull out my copy.

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