Wonder Woman – Volume 1 – 27

General Info

Issue No:
27
On Sale Date:
November 1947
Cover Date:
January - February 1948
Era:
Golden Age
Story Title:
The Secret of the Kidnapped Dummy
The Legend of Rainbow and Stardust
The Mystical Power of Idea-Forms

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Harry G. Peter
Writer:
Joye Hummel (First Story), William Moulton Marston
Penciller:
Harry G. Peter
Inker:
Harry G. Peter
Letterer:
Harry G. Peter
Colourist:
Harry G. Peter
Editor:
Sheldon Mayer

Characters

Main:
Wonder Woman (Diana Prince), Steve Trevor, Etta Candy, General Darnell
Heroes:
N/A
Villains:
Grubber Graff, Pic Socket, Mick McDuff, Count Gaston, King Ersatz
Olympians:
N/A
Amazons:
Hippolyta (Hippolyte), Paula (Von Gunther)
Other:
Hard Candy, Annette Dubois, Phillipe, Holliday Girls
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First Story Synopsis

Paula builds a Diana Prince robot dummy to present an award to Wonder Woman, unaware that the ceremony will make both women targets for a gangster’s revenge. To cover her secret identity, after the crooks shoot the Diana Prince dummy, the Amazon Maiden takes the dummy to Paradise Island to bring “Diana” back to life.

Second Story Synopsis

On a visit to Etta’s Ranch in Texas, Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls fend off rustlers with the help of Rainbow and Stardust, two legendary horses. When Rainbow is shot, the Amazon Maiden uses a topical version of the Purple Ray to heal the wound.

Third Story Synopsis

Panicking when Wonder Woman is sucked from the robot plane on the way to Paradise Island, Etta is reassured by Hippolyta, who shows in the Magic Sphere Wonder Woman has been taken to the past as an “idea-form” to help a young girl save her kingdom from an evil usurper.