As I have said so many times before Matt Baker is the absolute King of Good Girl Art, and in issue #19 of Phantom Lady, he proves it all over again. What a gal!! In this issue some baddies with a model airplane and a highly explosive bomb are intent on blowing up the United Nations (the year is 1949, just for the record). Phantom Lady gets wind of their plot and tries to stop the planned carnage . . . she is KO'd, tied up and left with a time bomb placed on the 10th floor of a tall building in NYC. She wakes up, sees the bomb and decides that her only way to survive is to jump out of the window -- she apparantly does not realize how high up she is. She backs over the open window ledge and suddenly plunges 100 feet to the street below. By sheer luck, or the writer's fanciful imagination (Baker seldom did the writing -- only the pen and ink) she falls through a skylight which cushions her fall and then lands sideways on a table located in a big restaurant beneath the skylight. And yes, she completely survives the 100 foot fall because of the skylight and the fortuitous way she hit the table. Also by sheer luck the man seated at the table is none other than her love interest Don Borden who very oddly is dining with another woman (Sandra Knight -Phantom Lady's alter ego- apparantly does not notice the other woman because she is so glad to simply be alive). Borden lifts her to her feet and unties her legs and hands. She rushes out to chase the baddies and manages to toss a bomb into their fleeing car and they all blow up -- peace and justice again prevailing. This is without doubt one of her top 2 or 3 best stories ever, with many pics of her tied up and falling. What a great looking set of legs she has. Enjoy!!