Fighting Females Strike Back!!! By popular demand, a sequel to the smashingly successful Volume 6, see more of the most fascinating costumed heroines of the 1940′s, with tremendous reprint stories like: Nedor’s Miss Masque, in an untitled story drawn by Lin Streeter, from Exciting #52, November, 1946; Senorita Rio, from Fiction House’s Fight Comics # 21, drawn by Nick Cardy, Fox Features Rulah, in “Harem Of Death”, from Zoot Comics #13, April of 1948, another Fox favorite, The Phantom Lady, in “The World’s Meanest Crook”, illustrated by “good girl art” virtuoso Matt Baker, form 1948, Lady Luck by Klaus Nordling, and not ONE, not TWO, but THREE Golden Age Miss Victory stories (from Holyoke’s Captain Aero )”Noric, The Maniac Of The Opera”, drawn by Nina Albright, “Warido”, delineated by L. B. Cole, and an untitled saga drawn by Charles Quinlan. The second part of the indepth article on Harvey’s Black Cat, started in Volume #6, and fascinating insights from publisher/historian Bill Black on how the characters profiled in this volume helped inspire him to create his popular Femforce team of costumed superheroines. Strong and sexy lady crimefighters at their best. If your a fan of comics, pinup art or both, you ought to own this book. Color painted cover by Brad Gorby and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. 84 pages, squarebound trade paperback format.