The Metropolitan Art Museum has come up with some graffiti painted on certain valuable paintings, among them a Van Gogh and a Picasso. So the police comissioner sends Bulletgirl and her mate to investigate. The Curator seems to be clueless, so Bulletgirl decides to put on a suit of medievel armor complete with helmet (she has to remove her Bullet Helmet to do this, so she makes a flower vase out of it and sits it near her suit of armor). Her suit of armor is complete with spear and with the suit on and the spear in hand she stays in the museum overnight pretending to be an artifact. The culprit arrives at midnight and proceeds to graffitti some paintings when he senses that someone is inside the suit of armor. The culprit turns out to be no one other than the museum curator himself . . . who writes on valuable paintings, has them officially removed to be repaired, and after the graffiti is removed he puts a fake copy of the original back in the museum and keeps the real one for himself to resell on the black market. Unfortunately, he is not fooled by Bulletgirl's disguise and sensing her presence, he removes her armor helmet and hits her upside the head with the spear she is holding, thus knocking her out. When she wakes up she is tied up in his office, and he is pointing a gun at her head. Just in the nick of time Bulletman flies to the rescue and KO's the fraudulent curator, peace and justice being restored.
Pics below show the head KO and the bondage, and for once they are not from microfiche . . . what a relief!! Bulletgirl has always been one of my favorites.
Source: Golden Age Comics Download