Two Lady Dangers
This is the final "Lady Danger" story drawn by Carmine Infantino. It's from Sensation Comics #89, 1949. The series went on for a few more episodes before being replaced by a couple of romance-styled strips, "Dr. Pat," and "Romance, Inc.," as Sensation bowed to the then-current love comics craze. For its last four episodes "Lady Danger" was drawn by Emil Gershwin. Nothing against Mr. Gershwin, who went on to ACG and the supernatural comics, et al., but to me the peak of "Lady Danger" was when Infantino was pencilling and Bob Oksner was inking. This particular episode was inked by veteran Joe Giella. No credit is given by the Grand Comics Database for the writer, but it was most likely editor Robert Kanigher.
We've shown some Infantino/Oksner stories in the past. Go to the link below and click on Lady Danger.