|This is straight up terrifying.|
While other DC superheroes of the era got hoaxes, dreams and imaginary stories, Wonder Woman and her Amazon family only ever received "Impossible Tales," the rudderless ship of Silver Age DC.
It's possibly only because three-fourths of the Wonder Woman Family was just Wonder Woman at different ages and sizes, like a living matryoshka doll in star-spangled pants. Having Wonder Tot, Wonder Girl, Wonder Woman and their mother - Wonder Queen, for the record - all hanging around simultaneously already stretched credulity, and this is in a book where one of the major villains was a giant L'eggs Egg doing a Charlie Chan impression.
The Impossible Tale probably also held some fascination for the writing and editorial team because Wonder Woman was otherwise such a tame book. While everyone at DC was getting the same stories of apes and sudden dramatic changes to their bodies or their powers getting transferred here or there, Wonder Woman lacked the grim stories other heroes got. You could have Superman Under The Red Sun or Robin Dies At Dawn, but mostly one time Wonder Girl got chased by a rhyming nocturnal emission from space and that's as serious as it ever got.
|"Also I'm pretty sure this is a metaphor for something, but I can't figure it out just yet."|
|Uh-oh, this just turned into an issue of Bondage Fairies.|
|All of that being said, this is a beautifully constructed page.|