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"Femmes Fatales": Femmes Fatales is a compilation of comics of The Spirit (the original Will Eisners from the 40s) featuring significant dangerous women he has encountered, published in chronological order.



Appearing in "Femmes Fatales"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Hildie, her daughter
  • Saree Raymond, P'Gell's stepdaughter

One-shot villains:

  • Operative A4X (using alias Sphinx, real one is captured by Nazis)
  • Minx
  • Mathilda
  • Nylon
  • Dulcet
  • Skinny, her co-worker with white hair
  • Pantha Stalk
  • Powder Pouf
  • Rice
  • Lorelei
  • Plaster
  • Thorne Strand
  • Autumn Mews
  • Sylvie Vault (april fool)

Other Characters:


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Synopsis for "Femmes Fatales"

Femmes Fatales is a compilation of comics of The Spirit (the original Will Eisners from the 40s) featuring significant dangerous women he has encountered, published in chronological order.

DC published it in 2008 via Will Eisner Studios, Inc. to promote the new live movie adaptation.

Chapters

  1. The Kiss of Death (Sept 10, 1940) pg 9
  2. Introducing Silk Satin (March 16, 1941) pg 17
  3. Women! (Sept 28, 1941) pg 25
  4. Sphinx & Satin (Oct 5, 1941) pg 33
  5. Madam Minx (Feb 15, 1942) pg 41
  6. Aunt Mathilda (Mar 1, 1942) pg 49
  7. Satin Returns (Jan 20, 1946) pg 57
  8. Nylon Rose (Mar 17, 1946) pg 65
  9. Dulcet Tone (July 7, 1946) pg 73
  10. Meet P'Gell (Oct 6, 1946) pg 81
  11. Caramba! (Nov 10, 1946) pg 89
  12. The Portier Fortune (Dec 1, 1946) pg 97
  13. Saree (Jan 12, 1947) pg 105
  14. The School for Girls (Jan 19, 1947) pg 113
  15. Silken Floss, M.D. (Mar 9, 1947) pg 121
  16. April Fool (Mar 20, 1947) pg 129
  17. Money, Money (Nov 23, 1947) pg 137
  18. The Name is Powder (Jan 4, 1948) pg 145
  19. Wild Rice (Apr 4, 1948) pg 153
  20. Lorelei Rox (Sep 19, 1948) pg 161
  21. Plaster of Paris (Nov 14, 1948) pg 169
  22. Thorne Strand and the Spirit (Jan 23, 1949) pg 177
  23. Death of Autumn Mews (October 9, 1949) pg 185



Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • Bill Blackbeard, director of San Fancisco Academy of Comic Art, has a "special thanks". Denis Kitchen loaned source material. Amie Brockway-Metcalf did publication design.



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