Wonder Woman #31

    Wonder Woman » Wonder Woman #31 - The Shrinking Formula released by DC Comics on September 1948.

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    The Shrinking Formula last edited by tinyirnfist0 on 12/07/23 10:11AM View full history

    1. "THE SHRINKING FORMULA" When a female scientist develops a chemical that will reduce things in size she refuses to allow it to be made into a weapon only to disappear soon after. Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor investigate but are soon shrunk to microscopic size. They must find a way to return to their normal size and prevent the chemical from being turned into a weapon.
    2. "THE PLANET OF PLUNDER" The Holliday girls visit the Neptunians only to learn that the men have regained control of Neptunia. They contact Wonder Woman who returns to Neptunia to battle Solo and prevent the destruction of the Earth.
    3. "JENNY LIND" (Wonder Women Of History)
    4. "YOU NAME IT" (text story by Lee Goldsmith)
    5. "THE RACKETEER OF MAGIC" Wonder Woman matches wits with a con-man who is masquerading as a 14th-century wizard.

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    Honey! I shrunk the Wonder Woman 0

    With the format of three unrelated stories, this issue had just about all you need from a golden age story.  There was again a bit too much reliance on Wonder Woman being bound by her own lasso, but all three stories were fairly entertaining.  The first one stands out.  In a time before there was the Atom, this is one of the earliest stories of a shrinking hero.  Wonder Woman gets sprayed by a formula and must wrestle with every day objects not giant sized in comparison to her in order to get ba...

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