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Blonde Phantom Comics Price Guide

Value of Blonde Phantom Comics

Published by Timely Comics in the 1940s, this popular but hard-to-find series has the potential to be valuable.

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Millie the Model #2: Blonde Phantom Tryout Issue, Pre-Dates All Winners #11. Click for values

Millie the Model #2
Blonde Phantom Tryout Issue, Pre-Dates All Select Comics #11

Record Sale: $17,925
Minimum Value: $100

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True First Appearance: All Select Comics #11

All Select Comics #11: First Appearance of the Blonde Phantom. Click for values

All Select Comics #11
First Appearance of Blonde Phantom

Record Sale: $48,000
Minimum Value: $300

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Timely Comics: Main Series, 1946-49

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Blonde Phantom #12

Record Sale: $2,280
Minimum Value: $250

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Blonde Phantom #13

Record Sale: $2,870
Minimum Value: $60

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Blonde Phantom #14

Record Sale: $2,870
Minimum Value: $220

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Blonde Phantom #15

Record Sale: $3,880
Minimum Value: $110

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Blonde Phantom #16

Record Sale: $6,200
Minimum Value: $200

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Blonde Phantom #17

Record Sale: $1,140
Minimum Value: $110

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Blonde Phantom #18

Record Sale: $1,560
Minimum Value: $70

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Blonde Phantom #19

Record Sale: $4,350
Minimum Value: $100

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Blonde Phantom #20

Record Sale: $2,380
Minimum Value: $70

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Blonde Phantom #21

Record Sale: $1,550
Minimum Value: $160

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Blonde Phantom #22

Record Sale: $2,400
Minimum Value: $110

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Other Appearances in Timely Comics

All Winners Comics volume 2 #1: Blonde Phantom appearance. Click for values

All Winners Comics volume 2 #1
Blonde Phantom cover appearance

Record Sale: $4,540
Minimum Value: $100

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Blackstone the Magician #2: Blonde Phantom Appearance. Click for values

Blackstone the Magician #2

Record Sale: $570
Minimum Value: $25

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Blackstone the Magician #3: Blonde Phantom Appearance. Click for values

Blackstone the Magician #3

Record Sale: $2,070
Minimum Value: $25

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Blackstone the Magician #4: Blonde Phantom Appearance. Click for values

Blackstone the Magician #4

Record Sale: $230
Minimum Value: $25

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Marvel Mystery Comics #84: Blonde Phantom cover appearance. Click for values

Marvel Mystery Comics #84

Record Sale: $19,200
Minimum Value: $200

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Marvel Mystery Comics #88: Blonde Phantom cover appearance. Click for values

Marvel Mystery Comics #88

Record Sale: $19,200
Minimum Value: $260

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Marvel Mystery Comics #89: Blonde Phantom cover appearance. Click for values

Marvel Mystery Comics #89

Record Sale: $9,900
Minimum Value: $180

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Blonde Phantom appears in the stories of Marvel Mystery Comics #83 through #91.

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Namora #2

Record Sale: $9,000
Minimum Value: $25

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The character disappeared in the Golden Age and was briefly revived by Marvel Comics in the late 1980s.

Modern Appearances of the Blonde Phantom

Sensational She-Hulk #4: Blonde Phantom appears in 1989. Click for values

Sensational She-Hulk #4
Blonde Phantom appears in 1989

Record Sale: $70
Minimum Value: $1

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Sensational She-Hulk #21: Blonde Phantom Officially Returns. Click for values

Sensational She-Hulk #21
Blonde Phantom Officially Returns

Record Sale: $45
Minimum Value: $1

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Sensational She-Hulk #22: Blonde Phantom Officially Returns. Click for values

Sensational She-Hulk #22
Blonde Phantom Returns

Record Sale: $60
Minimum Value: $1

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Sensational She-Hulk #23: Blonde Phantom Officially Returns. Click for values

Sensational She-Hulk #23
Blonde Phantom Returns

Record Sale: $70
Minimum Value: $1

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All Select Comics 70th Anniversary Special #1. Click for values

All Select Comics 70th Anniversary Special #1

Record Sale: $65
Minimum Value: $1

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History of Blonde Phantom Comics

Blonde Phantom was the alter-ego of Louise Grant, a New Jersey secretary who worked for the Mark Mason Detective Agency.

Grant is secretly in love with her boss, Mark Mason, however he has no interest in Louise, with her glasses and dull appearance. When Mason is out working on cases, Grant takes off her glasses and lets her hair down, ditching her workplace attire for the more seductive Blonde Phantom, wearing a floor-length evening gown and a black domino mask to conceal her identity.

She helps her boss fight crime, solve cases and saves him from danger on numerous occasions. Blonde Phantom is skilled in martial arts, but also carries with her a .45 caliber pistol. The heroine fights everyone from street level gangsters and femme fatales to monsters such as Baron Frankenstein.

Featured villains included the Mad Magicians, a gang of magician criminals, Carlos the Killer and Stillface, a man whose maimed face was bandaged with plaster.

Mason falls in love with Blonde Phantom, despite paying little attention to Grant while she’s at work and remains unaware that the two are even the same person; an inverse of the Clark Kent's complex with Lois Lane.

Blonde Phantom was created by Timely Comics in 1946, initially appearing in issue #11 of Timely’s All-Select Comics. The character was so popular that Timely decided to change the name of the series to Blonde Phantom and she remained the main feature up to issue #22 in 1949.

Timely would even feature her in backup stories in several of their other comics as a result of her popularity. Blonde Phantom was later reprised under Marvel in The Sensational She-Hulk in 1989.

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