If you’ve read Hogan’s Alley #18, you read the article about Russell Stamm’s groundbreaking strip “Invisible Scarlet O’Neil.” Scarlet crashed the boys’ club of superheroes, combining sleuthing skills with an ability to become invisible (not to mention a touch of Golden Age cheesecake). Here, we present a complete daily sequence alongwith a Sunday page and other rare Scarlet art. Just click each thumbnail to see the corresponding strip!
If you want to read the fascinating article about “Invisible Scarlet O’Neil”–the first female superhero–and the career of her creator Russell Stamm, subscribe to the print edition of Hogan’s Alley and receive issue #18 right away!
And while you’re here, be sure to read the other Web Extras for Hogan’s Alley #18: about Harry Haenigsen’s “Penny,” about Dudley Fisher’s marvelous “Right Around Home,” and the cartoon character restaurant menu!