Golden Girl

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Golden Girl is the name of two fictional characters, superheroines in the Marvel Comics universe who were active during the 1940s.

Golden Girl (Betsy Ross)

Publication history

Marvel Comics' first Golden Girl, Elizabeth Ross, first appeared, without yet a superhero identity, as Betsy Ross in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941). A supporting character who appeared in occasional stories, she succeeded Bucky as Captain America's sidekick in issue #66 (Dec. 1947), in the 12-page story "Golden Girl", by an unconfirmed writer and by penciller Syd Shores. Golden Girl appeared in Captain America stories through issue #74 (Oct. 1949), except for issue #71, and also in the Captain America stories in Marvel Mystery Comics #87-88 and #92 (Aug. & Oct. 1948, June 1949). <!--Note to other editors: Some sources erroneously say she teamed up with Namora & Sun Girl in #88; Namora appeared in that issue's Sub-Mariner story, "Black Oil of Doom", and Sun Girl in the Human Torch story, "The Lethal Lollipops".--><!--Note: Some sources say Golden Girl appeared in Captain America Comics #75, but that issue contained no superhero stories at all-->

She was not specified as having been related to a Colonel Ross, a U.S. Army officer, in the Captain America story "The Wound No Man Could See" in Marvel Mystery Comics #88 (Oct. 1948).The Grand Comics Database at its , queries, "Col. Ross (Golden Girl's...
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