So I'm flipping through some stuff and I come upon Major Victory Comics v1, #1. It has a few reprints in it and a few new features. My fave is this one:
Near as I can tell, the deal is that she lived on her late father's farmhouse toting around a butterfly net:
And when bank robbers show up at said farmhouse to use it as a hideout, she happens to have this whole getup laying around and ready to go:
Yes, this is basically the Golden Age version of Home Alone:
That's pretty much it. She scares people with this costume.
Although it does lend itself to some unintentionally-amusing moments when she talks:
I don't know how many installments there were of this feature. I can only state with certainty that there were not nearly enough installments of this feature.
Here's an ad from America's Best Comics #18 that seems just a little out of place:
Guys, here's a helpful tip from a guy who has been around a while: Don't tell your proposed fiance you bought her wedding ring out of a comic book ad. Just don't.
You know that "It's a trap!" Star Wars meme that's flying around? Here's one for us non-sci-fi nerdlingers, courtesy of Spy Smasher #6:
That's right... anything sci-fi does, comics do better.