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    Default Superhero Triva

    I am looking for Superhero/Comicbook triva for a project and can use some help. Anything from easy to difficult.

    We can make it fun for the group. post a question and they answer the next day.
    In what Comicbook did the Character Stripesy first appear?

    Thanks in advance
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    Star Spangled Comics

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    Right, Now it's your turn to leave a bit of trivia.
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    What superpowered heroine predated Wonder Woman?

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    I guess the one-day response thing fell by the wayside, but I believe the answer is Invisible Scarlet O'Neil. And may she show up in Project Superpowers some day.
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    No, I doubt she'll show up in Project Superpowers (assuming that is, of course, that Project Superpowers ever shows up again).

    I would be easy to assume the character is in the public domain, but this makes me doubtful that that is the case...

    http://www.invisiblescarletoneil.com/

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    Thanks for the link! I've never had the chance to read a bunch of the actual strips before.
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