The Good Girl Art wiki last edited by BetaRaybdw on 09/11/15 11:56AM View full history


Good Girl Art is a term used to refer to art in which the girl looks to be of a "Good " ethical alignment as opposed to "Evil" or any other ambiguous alignment. It is intended to imply the meaning that the girl depicted in the artwork are of good character, regardless of their actual continuity within the comic. The concept truly began during the onset of World War II as servicemen sought out diversions from their duties on the battlefield and at sea by reading comic strips and books featuring women drawn in the good girl art style. This concept features women drawn in pleasant and visually appealing styles, often scantily clad or mildly suggestive attire such as bikinis, jungle outfits, and tight dresses.

From Darling Love #11 by Harry Lucey

Phantom Lady #17 by Matt Baker

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