Justice League of America #151 (February 1978) FN 6.0 $4.80
The Wonder Woman who flourished in the golden age of comics existed in the pre-Comics Code Authority era and her comic books in 1940s were notorious for containing a subversive “bondage and sapphic-undertones” subtext. Her only weakness is bondage. All Amazons wear indestructible “Bracelets of Submission”. While Wonder Woman is famous for playing bracelets & bullets, showing off how she is able to deflect automatic weapon fire; in Sensation Comics #4 (April 1942) it was revealed that Amazons temporarily lost their super strength if a male welded together their bracelets with chains.
On the cover of Justice league of America #151, Wonder Woman has been captured by a villain named Dr. Fortune and he is seen firing luck rays through her body in an attempt to create a “Luck League” to take on the rest of the JLA. From these rays an odd assortment of villains are created.
Hawkgirl has a supporting role in the story titled “The Unluckiest League of All!” in which the “girls” are stuck on monitor duty while the “boys” throw a batchelor party for the Atom. Wonder Woman, Hawkgirl, and Black Canary are on duty when suddenly the JLA satellite is attacked and Wonder Woman is kidnapped by Amos Fortune.
After Wonder Woman disappears, Black Canary abandons ship and leaves Shayera alone on monitor duty. Later when the male members of the League return to the satellite, Hawkgirl nearly loses it when Aquaman attempts to correct her.
From the solicitation:
“The Unluckiest League of All!” Written by Gerry Conway, with art by Dick Dillin and Frank McLaughlin. Characters: Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Hawkwoman [Shayera Thal] (as Hawkgirl); Black Canary; Elongated Man; Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Arrow [Earth-1]; Aquaman; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Superman [Earth-1]; Batman [Earth-1]; Red Tornado; Hawkman [Katar Hol] (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); The Racer; Strongman; The Crier; The Acrobat; Cyclone; The Shrinking Man; Water King; Jean Loring (flashback); Power Girl (flashback); Professor Amos Fortune (villain); Captain Comet (flashback). Cover by Al Milgrom and Joe Orlando. Cover price $0.60. Grade: FN 6.0