One of the things that surprised me about the new Netflix series, Marvel's Jessica Jones, is how they managed to adapt a part of Patsy Walker's "Trish" Walker on the show, although the name Patsy plays a major role comic book background pretty darn faithfully, namely how terrible her mother was in the comics. So, just in case anyone was bemoaning dealing with dysfunctional family members this Holiday weekend, I figured I'd show them that at least your mom isn't Patsy Walker's mom. In the piece I did showing the comic book debuts of all of the members of the Jessica Jones castI noted that Patsy Walker debuted as a teen humor comic for Marvel during the s and remained one of Marvel's most popular titles all the way through the beginning of the "Marvel Age" of comics, with her solo title lasting until and the title she shared with her fremeny, Hedy Wolfe, lasting until one of Denny O'Neil's earliest assignments at Marvel Comics was writing for their teen humor comics, like Patsy and Hedy and Millie the Model, which debuted after Patsy, yet lasted a good deal longer, calling it quits in 19 73!
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As promised, a further look at Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Venus Volume 1 yields lots of lost Marvel history and mystery, as well as a survey of some now infrequently seen comics genres and a forgotten character or two. Just from looking at the original coversyou get a pretty good idea of how rapidly this series changed focus. Things get creepier with open and empty graves in 15, living gargoyles in 16, and a trifecta of living skeletons inclosing out the series!
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Patsy debuted in the second issue of Miss America Magazine November, where the eponymous hero was only one of several features. She got her own comic inas part of Marvel's girl-protagonist line, which at the time was rather extensive. With the possible exception of Millie the Model, Patsy was the most successful of the lot — her title was published continuously for twenty years; and that wasn't all.