Whereabouts since the 70s cancellation
- continued from Captain comics
site:<br><br>"Here's what we know about their current
whereabouts:<br><br>-Sandra "Phantom Lady" Knight has been revealed to be a
cousin of Jack "Starman" Knight and sometimes appears in
Starman. I believe she is the daughter of the original,
who was a cousin of Jack's father, Ted.<br><br>-
Black Condor had his own short-lived series that lasted
12 issues in 1992-93, and seems to have roosted in
Opal City as well.<br><br>-Uncle Sam starred in a 1997
Vertigo eponymous two-parter.<note from FF: this I
dispute, its my understanding that this Uncle Sam had
nothing to do with the one we know from the
series><br><br>-DC published 28 issues of The Ray in 1994-96,
starring the son of the original. He is still a reserve
member of the JLA, and sometimes appears in that
title.<br><br>- All the Freedom Fighters, including The Human
Bomb and Dollman, appeared in JLA: Year One in 1998.
As that was a flashback tale that starred many older
characters, I am assuming that the Bomb and Dollman are
retired."<br><br>All info from www.captaincomics.com Check it out, its
an AWESOME site. Updated Weekly!
- Thanks for the info and the links. I've always liked PL's costume,
and thought it was unusually daring, especially the blue version.
I've also wondered how it "stays in place"!
--- In thefreedomfightersfoundation@y..., "markymark261"
> --- In thefreedomfightersfoundation@y..., thefreedomfighters wrote:being
> > Hey Welcome to the Foundation. I haven't
> > forgotten your question, I've just been way busy and out of
> > town too. Will try and research it when I get back
> > home. Perhaps someone elsle has an "off the top of
> > their head" answer in the meantime.<br><br>:)
> I was recently doing a photo manipulation of Phantom Lady and,
> too lazy to search through my comic collection for a costumeI
> reference, decided to search the internet. Anyway, whilst doing so
> found the following web page that contained exhaustive information70s
> on Phantom Lady's costumes over the years:
> Basically (to save those with little interest having to look at the
> web page) she originally started out in a green and yellow costume,
> then changed to the blue costume. When brought back by DC in the
> her costume took its colours from the original version but took its
> design more from the blue version.
> By the way, if anyone's interested in seeing my photo manipulation
> of Phantom Lady you can see it in the photomanips group (which is
> viewable by the public, but with an age limit of at least 18 years)