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Then You See Her

3 monthes ago   |   By The Fabuleous Fifties

Saturday Surprise Day. I have about 50% of 1949/1954 of Invisible Scarlett O'Neil. I don;t know if she was the first invisible hero in comics, but the started out in 1940 and managed to have her adventures until 1954 and even that was not the end of it. Scarlett herself had been losing her prime position and was replaced by a odd looking private detective in the later stories. To reflect that, the strip was renamed after him and went on to 1956 as Stanless Steel. Invisible Scarlett O'Neil was created by Russell Stamm, who had previously been an assistant to Chester Gould on Dick Tracy. His...
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