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(Profile #1 - 1940s, part 2)
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Context This is the second half of our 1940s Catwoman character profile. Since discussing the entire decade in one go ended up being slightly above our article length cut-off point. Obvs, it is meant to be read after the first half. History Since the stories have loose continuity,...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Unrevealed, though it might improbably be Ace Harlem, as was the style of the day. Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: 28th Precinct NYPD. Base Of Operations:...

(Peggy Allen)
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Context The Woman in Red appears in 1940, in Thrilling Comics. She can reasonably be called the first super-heroine in US comics, in the sense that she had a code name, a mask and a costume. Trina Robbins  says so, and she knows way more about this than I do. I couldn’t read...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Erica. Marital Status: N.A.. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Agent of the Queen of Venus. Base Of Operations: Venus. Height: 5’6” Weight: 120 lbs. Eyes: Brown Hair: Brown...

(David Merryweather)
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Context Cat-Man was one of the characters from Tem Publishing. Like most Golden Age  comic book companies, Tem had shady practices, using shell companies and the like. When it went defunct, its assets were bought by Holyoke Publishing, which continued to public Cat-Man. But the...

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Context Miss Masque appeared in books by C-list published Nedor back in 1946. As the character ascended to the public domain there would be further versions, notably by AC Comics, but these notes are for the original. These notes were part of a small run using early resources about Golden...

(Niles Reed)
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Context Novelty Press was one of the minor super-hero comics publisher of the 1940s. They are obscure, as all their characters have been forgotten and abandoned. Including one of their headliners, The Target, who appeared in late 1940. This small profile is based on a series of writeups...