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Joan Wayne, a.k.a., Ms. Victory, was first published by Holyoke Comics back in 1941. Then known as Miss Victory, she battled crime and the Nazis as one of the first patriotic superheroines of her day. In fact, she pre-dates the appearance of Wonder Woman by several months. Almost 40 years after Holyoke ceased publishing her…

Nightveil Profile

Name Laura Wright Birthdate December 4, 1920 Birthplace Washington, D.C. Height 5′7″ Weight 127 lbs. Hair Black Eyes Blue Measurements 36 – 23 – 35 Laura Wright, a.k.a., Nightveil, first began fighting crime in 1942. Back then she was known as the Blue Bulleteer and she battled crime and the Nazis with only her natural…

She-Cat When anthropologist Thadeous Hunt murdered Burmese followers of Sekhmet and returned home with the stolen priceless artifact that they used to summon the cat goddess, it was only a matter of time before Sekhmet, an Egyptian goddess of retribution, would take her vengeance. When Professor Hunt tried to summon the cat goddess to possess…

Synn Profile

Name Silva Synn Birthdate February 14, 1949 Birthplace North Hollywood, California Height 5′8″ Weight 121 lbs. Hair Platinum Blonde Eyes Pale Blue Measurements 38D – 22 – 36 Synn’s childhood was pretty bad, so she turned to drugs as an escape from her rough life. The controlled substances eased her pain temporarily but led to…

Tara Profile

Tara Profile

Name Tara Fremont Birthdate November 17, 1964 Birthplace Winter Park, Florida Height 5′8″ Weight 132 lbs. Hair Black Eyes Blue Measurements 36 – 24 – 34 After her graduation from Florida State University with degrees in Veterinary Medicine and Wildlife Management, Tara convinced her father, the wealthy T.C. Fremont, to devote a considerable portion of…

Stardust Profile

Name Doctor Mara Birthdate June 24, 1965 Birthplace Korin Province, Planet of Rur Height 5′9″ Weight 130 lbs. Hair Platinum Blonde Eyes Blue Measurements 36D – 24 – 34 When the planet Rur was attacked by the Kronon Empire, Dr. Mara journeyed to Earth seeking the assistance of Paragon to turn the tide of the…

Ms. Victory II Profile

When Joan Wayne was turned into Rad by the Black Commando, General Gordon, the military liason for the Femforce at that time, decided that Colt wasn’t the leader he wanted. The Weapons Mistress was too independant and somebody new at the superheroine game might be easier to control. Besides, what the Femforce needed was a…

Femforce Foes

Femforce Foes

Rad is bad! Rad is really Jennifer Burke, Joan Wayne’s daughter, who originally replaced her mother, when her mother was the original Rad, and became the second Ms. Victory. Driven over the edge by a multitude of events, she leaves trouble in her wake as she pursues her own goals with little thought to who…

Garganta Profile

Garganta Profile

Dr. Carol Heisler volunteered to test her own scientific formula, an outgrowth of the formula Joan Wayne developed. The variation in the formula, combined with her body chemistry, caused her to become filled with energy and her body to grow to gigantic proportions. Her altered state caused her to go on a rampage as she…

Firebeam Profile

Firebeam Profile

Firebeam is the newest superheroine to be introduced to the Femforce. A talented dancer, she died in a fire which resulted from a combination of malignant forces. However, her spirit could not rest and she has gained power over fire, the instrument of her demise. Efforts are underway to make her a part of the…

Rayda Profile

Rayda is a human dynamo. With the aid of her protective containment suit she has learned to control her electrical discharges and she has become an important contributor to the Femforce in their battles. Rayda’s nervous system is unbelievably efficient, generating massive electrical discharges when called upon and increasing her reaction time and muscle control.…

Colt Profile

Created by Don Secrease, Colt appeared in her first special for AC Comics in 1985. The Weapons Mistress has been a fan favorite ever since. If you’re unfamiliar with the character, here’s how she was introduced oh so many years ago: “Valencia Kirk, daughter of a military arms expert and married to a government spy,…

Yankee Girl Profile

Yankee Girl Profile

When Harry “A” Chesler first published the exploits of Yankee Girl in “Red Seal Comics” No. 17, July 1946, no one could have predicted the future for the patriotic heroine. Indeed, Lauren Mason of society’s Junior League would only make one more appearance, in “Dynamic Comics” No. 23, November 1947, before Chesler pulled the plug…

Kitten and Cat-Man Profile

Holyoke published the adventures of Cat-Man and Kitten in 34 stories between 1940 and 1946. Cat-Man, a.k.a. David Merryweather, began in Crash Comics Adventures No. 4 and was partially created by Irwin Hasen. In these early stories he wore a green, yellow, and orange costume. He appeared again in Crash Comics Adventures No. 5 before…

Jet Girl and Rocketman Profile

Jet Girl and Rocketman Profile

Harry “A” Chesler first published Rocketman and Rocketgirl, alias Cal Martin and Doris Dalton, in Scoop Comics No. 1, November 1941. They appeared again in the second issue and later in Punch Comics No’s. 9-11 and 13-20, for a total of 14 stories between 1941 and 1947. Artists on their stories included Ruben Moreira, Al…

Buckaroo Betty Profile

The daughter of famous lawman, Rex Fury (who also battled evil in the guise of the Haunted Horseman), Elizabeth Fury grew up riding horses and shooting guns. She was nicknamed, “Buckaroo” by the time she met and married Mike Bates, the sheriff of Apache, Texas. When her husband was murdered, the only person brave enough…

General Strock Profile

An army brat, Roberta Strock graduated first in her class from college and joined the military as an officer. After service in Grenada and Panama, she was elevated to the rank of colonel. Attached to the 1st Cavalry Armored Division during Desert Storm, her effective leadership resulted in her becoming the youngest woman ever commissioned…

Miss Masque Profile

Originally published by Nedor/Better/Standard Comics, Miss Masque, a.k.a. Diana Adams, first appeared in “Exciting Comics” No. 51, September 1946. She also appeared in “Exciting” No’s. 52-4, “America’s Best Comics” No’s. 23-31, “Fighting Yank” No’s. 22 and 24, and “Black Terror” No. 21, with her Golden Age appearances ending in July 1949. Alex Schomburg drew her…

Rio Rita Profile

“Senorita Rio” Rita Farrar first appeared in Fight Comics No. 19 in June, 1942. Published by Fiction House she made a lasting impression and her run lasted 53 stories between 1942 and 1951, concluding in Fight Comics No. 71. The legendary artists that drew her adventures included Nick Cardy, Lily Renee, Jack Kamen, and Bob…