Dina was in the emergency room. I ran out of my office, drove as quick as I could to be with my wife. Stepping past the gurneys, I saw her at the far end of the ER sitting on one of the beds. She was holding her arm and tears still streaked her face. Moving quickly towards her, I could see her breast through the arm of the hospital gown as she talked with the Doctor. Even during an emergency, I could not help but be turned on by her.
Actually, I ran into something. Something hovering in midair, something small and sharp. The look of betrayal on his face had her catching her breath while bile rose in her throat.
Publication history[ edit ] Robert Kanigher and Carmine Infantino created the character in to be featured in Flash Comics as a supporting character. Appearing first as a clandestine crime-fighter who infiltrates criminal organizations to break them from the inside, Black Canary was drawn with fishnet stockings and a black leather jacket to connote images of a sexualized yet strong female character. I was drawing Johnny Thunder, which was not much of a character. I suppose he could have been better because his 'Thunderbolt' was interesting, but the situations they were in were pretty juvenile.