By what? I’m the one who told you to look for good girl and headlights shots from the 40s. I only denied that Batman was using them in 1939.
But you shouldn’t think that any of these poses, any of the bondage imagery, or any of the dishabille comes out of the comic world. These illos are stolen almost directly from the pulp magazines of the 20s and 30s. Women in bondage was an almost constant theme in every type of pulp. In crime books, the bad guys tied them up. In science fiction, aliens tied them up. In weird fantasy, monsters and ghouls and mad doctors tied them up.
You haven’t seen anything until you page through the illustrations from the Spicy line - Spicy Adventure, Detective, Mystery, Screen, and Western Stories. The girls are nuder than in other pulps because it’s easier to torture them while naked. Check out Saucy/Spicy Magazines.
And check out both the headlights and girls in bondage on this series of Fight Comics covers on this page.
And Classic Good Girl & Romance Covers. There are zillions.
Lots of the publishers, writers, editors and artists switched over to comics when the pulps lost favor at the end of the 30s compared to the rocket success of comic books. You can see a clear line between them.