I have been greatly enjoying Darwyn Cooke's new Spirit
series; issue #4 came out this week, (re)introducing the hard-as-nails Silk Satin. It just so happens that I picked up one of the Kitchen Sink Spirit
color reprints last week (for 25 cents!), which included one of the Satin stories from 1946.
Here are the wonderful panels in which she makes her entrance:
The Kitchen Sink reprint, published in 1983, sports a new cover by the master himself. Given the time difference, this artwork could be considered Eisner v. 1.5:
Although it's an effective cover, it's clearly a take on a manly-man saves the busty babe with torn dress
Finally, here's Cooke's cover, which leaves no doubt that this is Eisner v. 2.0:In this take on the same archetype, Satin carries the Spirit.
The issue is narrated by her, as well.