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Time Storm Graphic Novel starring Yankee Girl

Time Storm Graphic Novel starring Yankee Girl

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A Femforce graphic novel!! Lauren Mason never wanted to be a superheroine and even after a twist of fate turned her into the paranormal powerhouse Yankee Girl, she did her best to duck that responsibilty at every turn. When a bad decision lands her in a cryogenic preservation project for unwanted champions, she awakens into a community of masked do-gooders, forty years into “her” future.One of the most popular supporting cast members in the Femforce book, this revival of the Golden Age Harry “A” Chesler heroine out of AC’s Vault Of Heroes fights evil and oppression-when she can’t find a way to weasel out of it. When an ill-fated attempt to return to her own time unleashes 1940’s villainess Divine Wind in the present, in possesion of a mysterious all-powerful weapon of destruction, it takes Yanke Girl, the Femforce and a few other friends to correct time, and teach Lauren the true meaning of heroism in the bargain. Written by Mark Heike, with art by Dave Roberts, Chris Allen and Mark Heike. It guest stars General Strock, Jet Girl, Dr. Carlos Jimenez, Divine Wind, Kitten, American Crusader, Miss Masque, The Avenger, Dr. Bartholomew Watson, Paragon and Astron. This story is partially comprised of material previosly published in Femforce Up Close #10, and Sentinels Of Justice Vol. 2, #3.Also- this book includes “The Secret Origin Of Yankee Girl”, by Bill Black, Richard Pollard and Mark Heike, reprinted from Femforce #59, and a Golden Age YG story, (untitled) from Dynamic Comics #23, 1947. It is drawn by Ralph Mayo. Color painted cover by Brad Gorby, interiors are black and white with graytones. 84 pages, comic book sized, squarebound graphic novel format.

7 Responses to "Time Storm Graphic Novel starring Yankee Girl"

  1. Eric Johnson  October 29, 2011 at 2:58 am

    I think it’s neat how Yankee Girl became a fan favorite supporting character.

    She had, what, one appearance in the golden age? It’s great that she got such a successful “second life” with AC.

    • Bill Black  October 29, 2011 at 9:51 pm

      Two appearances: RED SEAL COMICS No. 17, July, 1946 and DYNAMIC COMICS No. 23, Nov., 1947.

      • Eric Johnson  October 30, 2011 at 6:18 pm

        Some sources state that the Red Seal Comics appearance was a different Yankee Girl:


        Which makes me think there might be a good story in exploring the shared name someday…I’ll have to file that thought for possible later use.

        • accomics  November 3, 2011 at 7:11 pm

          This whole “Yankee Girl” name thing is confusing on the Golden Age stuff, on several levels. GA art-shop mayven and sometimes-publisher Harry “A” Chesler put out some of his own comics sporadically through the 1940’s, under a number of publishing imprints. In addition to the red, white & blue costumed superheroine, he also published at least ONE story that was titled “Yankee Girl” that actually featured the adventures of a flight attentant!! No costume- no superpowers. We really WILL need to get our hands on all the Chesler GA books that list any sort of “Yankee Girl” in the contents some day, and straughten this out.

  2. Bill Black  November 3, 2011 at 12:10 am

    Garsh. I may have to actually DIG OUT those two books and check it out once and for all!

  3. sammie bullock  June 8, 2012 at 11:33 pm

    I bought the Stars & Stripes Forever graphic novel. They contain simliar stories. Is this worth buying also?

    • Mark G. Heike  June 11, 2012 at 9:18 pm

      The only story that is in BOTH “Stars and Stripes Forever” and “Timestorm” is the 6-page 1947 Chesler reprint- other than that, the contents of those two books are completely different.

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