The Obscure Adventures of Comics' Greatest Generation!
The Golden Age of comics was a time overflowing with oddities and eccentricities, but few of them equalled the all-encompassing weirdness of Madam Fatal.
You see, Madam was actually Mister Richard Stanton, a former actor who posed as an old woman to rescue his daughter from kidnappers. Believing his elderly female appearance would be underestimated by criminals, Stanton embarked upon a crime-fighting career as Madam Fatal.. .becoming comics' first transvestite superhero (though certainly not the last).
Created by writer/artist Art Pilajian, Madam Fatal made his/her debut in Crack Comics #1 (1940) and appeared in 22 issues. Let's join the crime-busting cross-dresser in issue #11, as Madam Fatal faces the threat of a tiny gangster named Dwarf Rogan...
Dwarf Rogan's challenge:
Thus, a happy...yet vaguely unsettling ending.