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Phantom Lady
Long before Hawkeye became an Internet sensation, the Victor Fox incarnation of The Phantom Lady set the standard for striking seductive poses and kicking serious @ss.

(Yes … I know Hawkeye Initiative devotees would probably dislike Phantom Lady comics but it was the snappiest intro I could think up on short notice. Besides, the character does kick serious @ss.)

“The Subway Slayer” originally appeared in All Top Comics #12 (Fox Feature Syndicate, July 1948). According to the Grand Comics Database, the story was pieced together by the nameless denizens of the Iger Studio. Others suspect it was written by Iger editor Ruth Roche and drawn by Matt Baker.

Phantom Lady Archives    FOX Years pt2 V2 - Page 87

Phantom Lady Archives    FOX Years pt2 V2 - Page 88

Phantom Lady Archives    FOX Years pt2 V2 - Page 89

Phantom Lady Archives    FOX Years pt2 V2 - Page 90

Phantom Lady Archives    FOX Years pt2 V2 - Page 91

Phantom Lady Archives    FOX Years pt2 V2 - Page 92

Phantom Lady Archives    FOX Years pt2 V2 - Page 93

Golden Age justice!

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