Real Name: Margo (last name unrevealed)

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: Model

Group Membership: An unidentified famous modeling agency (Millie the Model/Millie Collins, others)

Affiliations: Millie the Model (Millie Collins)

Enemies: Formerly Millie the Model (Millie Collins)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: Marvel Mini-Books: Millie the Model (1966)

Powers/Abilities: Margo was presumably a fairly skilled model to have gotten a job at a famous modeling agency. She was prone to bouts of jealousy, however.

Height: 5'5" (by approximation)
Weight: 125 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Unrevealed (see comments)
Hair: Unrevealed (see comments)

History: (Marvel Mini-Books: Millie the Model) - Jealous of fellow model Millie the Model, Margo the Model decided to humiliate Millie by tricking Millie into using new hair dye that Margo falsely claimed to be a new shampoo. The next day, Margo was surprised to see Millie show up at the modeling agency and figured perhaps Millie was there to model gloves, unaware that Millie would be modeling for an ad for a new perfume in a blue bottle the same color as Millie's newly-dyed hair. Utilizing Millie's blue hair to tie in to the perfume, the ad became a sensation and Millie soon dyed her back to blond, causing Margo to become ashamed of her actions. Admitting her actions to Millie, Margo apologized and the two soon became best friends.

Comments: Created by uncredited writer (possibly Larry Lieber or Flo Steinberg?) and Stan Goldberg (see comments).

The Marvel Mini-Books were VERY small comic books that were sold inside plastic eggs dispensed from gumball machines for a nickel in the 1960s. Each book was only about the size of a quarter and continued a basic story. Six Marvel Mini-Books were made, including the Amazing Spider-Man, the Mighty Thor, the Incredible Hulk, Captain America and surprise inclusions Sgt. Nick Fury and Millie the Model.

Since the comic featuring Margo was in black & white, it was impossible to determine her eye and hair color. For some reason, I'm imagining her as a redhead.

The Marvel Comics Mini-Comics: A Mini-History book by Mark Evanier that came with the Marvel Comics Mini-Books hardcover box set confirms that Stan Goldberg did the art for the Millie the Model Mini-Book. It also reveals that Flo Steinberg had confirmed she had written at least one of the Mini-Books (though which one was not confirmed) and that Larry Lieber confirmed that he may have written a couple of them but that he didn't recall which ones or even for sure that he DID write any of them. Evanier does admit that he would not be surprised if Larry Lieber indeed had written some of the Mini-Books.

This profile was completed 1/18/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Margo the Model has no known connections to:

images: (without ads)
Marvel Mini-Books: Millie the Model, p8, splash page (Margo giving Millie the hair dye, main image)
Marvel Mini-Books: Millie the Model, p6, splash page (Margo, headshot)

Marvel Mini-Books: Millie the Model (1966) - uncredited writer, Stan Goldberg (art), uncredited editor

First Posted: 09/30/2021
Last updated: 09/29/2021

Any Additions/Corrections? please let me know.

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