Miss Masque obviously has true lasting value. Nearly 70 years after her creation, she still comes out with a new mini-series, looking better than ever. The art work in this 2009 Canadian mini-series is -- dare I say it -- Awesome (the most overused word of the decade, but in this case very a propo)!! It is more like photography than graphic illustration. In the first issue of the four part mini-series she is already in captivity before the episode even begins. The opening page shows her in chains. She has been captured by an underground Nazi revenge cell led by a mad Nazi scientist named Professor Holz; he is determined to make America pay dearly for winning WW II. Apparantly she was snooping around a warehouse when the group discovered her, overpowered her and put her in chains -- chains which held her helpless for most of the entire issue. Eventually Black Terror, Whizzer and Fighting Yank come to the rescue, but a huge 25 foot tall steel robot, invented by the professor, is his secret weapon to unleash on the USA, and this giant transformer proves too formidable even for Black Terror, Fighting Yank and Whizzer. Miss Masque neutralizes the Professor, takes over the controls, and orders the robot to self destruct,which it promptly does, saving the world in the process. Scenes below depict the gorgeous crimefighter in chains and at one point unmasked by her gloating captor.
Source: I recently purchased this book