Jim Keegan comic
Phantom Lady's first appearance in the pages of the publisher that became known as AC Comics. DC Comics eventually threatened to sue, believing they owned the rights to Phantom Lady, which forced AC to change the character into Nightveil (also known as the Blue Bulleteer).
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The pint-sized weapons expert (who would one day lead the Femforce ) here in her own special, battles old enemy Trailblazer to save new friend Tara Fremont and her wildlife preserve in "Terror Off Jungle Island", by Don Secrease, Kevin Dzuban and David Zimmerman. Guest-starring Black Diamond, with cameos by Colt baddie Mr. Coffin, and Paragon nemesis. Kuromoko. Back-up story is the first and only AC appearance of "The Specialists"- Domino, Lionmane and Lioness, Jack Knife, Thunderhawk and Ata-Burr. Billed as:"The Detective Agency To End All Detective Agencies". By Don Secrease, Rick Burchett, Paul Ryan and Bill Black.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Wild, good girl art superheroics with AC's homage to Fox Features' Phantom Lady.( And charter Femforce member) BB's first solo book;this issue includes a recap of her origin, and guest appearances by The Black Commando, Rio Rita, and The Bulleteer. Cover by Bill Lux, stories include " Double Trouble For Lady Luger", by Bill Black, Bill Lux and John Dell; "Double Trouble, Part 2 ", by Bill Black, Nick Centanni and John Dell, and "The Blue Bulleteer vs. The Magnet", a slightly reworked Golden Age Bulletman and Bulletgirl story, with art by Bill Ward.
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)