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Millie the Model

Millie the Model was Marvel Comics' longest-running humor title, first published by the company's 1940s predecessor, Timely Comics, and continuing through its 1950s forerunner, Atlas Comics, to 1970s Marvel. The comic book began in 1945 and ran for 28 years and 207 issues.

Millie Collins worked as a model for the Hanover Modelling Agency, where her boyfriend was photographer Clicker. At the start of the series her best friend was Toni Turner while later on in the series Toni became less of a regular and Millie's best friend and confidant was Daisy, the agency's wardrobe assistant. Near the end of the series Millie and Daisy shared an apartment. Throughout the series redheaded model Chili Storm was Millie's friendly nemesis.

For most of its run, it was a broad comedy. From March 1963 to August 1967 it became a romantic adventure series with all the same characters before returning to humor until its last issue in December 1973.



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