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|Row 2 title = First Appearance
 
|Row 2 title = First Appearance
|Row 2 info = Champion Comics #3 (January, 1940)
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|Row 2 info = Champion Comics #3 (January 1940)
 
|Row 3 title = Original Publisher
 
|Row 3 title = Original Publisher
 
|Row 3 info = Worth Carnahan
 
|Row 3 info = Worth Carnahan
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|Row 4 info = Claire Moe
 
|Row 4 info = Claire Moe
 
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== Origin ==
 
== Golden Age Origin ==
 
 
 
Penny was a reporter from New York who was sent to Europe and locations around the world to cover World War II. She often found herself in the thick of the action, exposing spies such as "The Owl" and confronting other villains. She sometimes worked with a male correspondent named Tod Sterling.
 
Penny was a reporter from New York who was sent to Europe and locations around the world to cover World War II. She often found herself in the thick of the action, exposing spies such as "The Owl" and confronting other villains. She sometimes worked with a male correspondent named Tod Sterling.
   
== Powers/Abilities ==
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== Powers and Abilities ==
 
U.S. war correspondent in Europe. She did not carry any weapons. Penny knew Jiu-Jitsu and was very resourceful.
 
U.S. war correspondent in Europe. She did not carry any weapons. Penny knew Jiu-Jitsu and was very resourceful.
   
== Golden Age Appearances ==
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== Public Domain Appearances ==
 
*Champion Comics #3-5
 
Champion Comics #3-5
 
 
[[Category:Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Heroes]]
 
[[Category:1940 Debuts]]
 
[[Category:1940 Debuts]]

Latest revision as of 21:20, 25 July 2020

Penny Wright
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Real Name

Penny Wright

First Appearance

Champion Comics #3 (January 1940)

Original Publisher

Worth Carnahan

Created by

Claire Moe

Origin

Penny was a reporter from New York who was sent to Europe and locations around the world to cover World War II. She often found herself in the thick of the action, exposing spies such as "The Owl" and confronting other villains. She sometimes worked with a male correspondent named Tod Sterling.

Powers and Abilities

U.S. war correspondent in Europe. She did not carry any weapons. Penny knew Jiu-Jitsu and was very resourceful.

Public Domain Appearances

  • Champion Comics #3-5
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