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  • Woman in Red
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  • Policewoman Peggy Allen is the department's best undercover operative. In order to deflect suspicion from her undercover role, usually as a nurse or maid working at the scene of the crime, she adopts the costume of the Woman in Red. She wears a red floor-length coat, a hood, and a mask. Peggy solves each case through deduction, athletic prowess, and a willingness to brandish her pistol. In some cases, she displays scientific knowledge and gadgetry, including in one story a "tear gas fountain pen." Each story ends with Peggy debriefing the police chief, who knows of her Woman in Red disguise and praises her good work. During her career, the Woman in Red battled villains such as the Black Death and Voa.
  • Meant to appear harmless but to catch trainees' attention. She is the only character in the program's city street setting wearing a vibrant shade of red. (In contrast, other pedestrians' attire is mostly black.) She makes eye contact with the subject and smiles flirtatiously upon crossing paths, then transforms into a simulated Agent, armed and dangerous. The lesson of the program is that any Bluepill can be overwritten by an Agent with little or no warning in the Matrix. She represents the Scarlet Woman (Whore of Babylon) in the Book of Revelations and the goddess Babalon in Thelema.
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  • Richard E. Hughes & George Mandel
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  • Peggy Allen
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  • Created by
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  • Thrilling Comics #2
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  • First Appearance
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  • Nedor
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  • Original Publisher
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  • The Woman in Red
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  • Blonde
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  • Woman in Red
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  • Female
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  • Policewoman Peggy Allen is the department's best undercover operative. In order to deflect suspicion from her undercover role, usually as a nurse or maid working at the scene of the crime, she adopts the costume of the Woman in Red. She wears a red floor-length coat, a hood, and a mask. Peggy solves each case through deduction, athletic prowess, and a willingness to brandish her pistol. In some cases, she displays scientific knowledge and gadgetry, including in one story a "tear gas fountain pen." Each story ends with Peggy debriefing the police chief, who knows of her Woman in Red disguise and praises her good work. During her career, the Woman in Red battled villains such as the Black Death and Voa.
  • Meant to appear harmless but to catch trainees' attention. She is the only character in the program's city street setting wearing a vibrant shade of red. (In contrast, other pedestrians' attire is mostly black.) She makes eye contact with the subject and smiles flirtatiously upon crossing paths, then transforms into a simulated Agent, armed and dangerous. The lesson of the program is that any Bluepill can be overwritten by an Agent with little or no warning in the Matrix. Mouse claims design credit for the Woman in Red and appears quite partial to her. He says "she doesn't talk much" but is available to meet interested parties of his choosing in a "more personalized milieu." When in the Matrix, Mouse also carries a signed poster of the Woman in Red and ogles it on at least one occasion when he's alone. The Woman in Red is somehow linked to Agent Smith. She transforms into him in the training program. Smith appears shortly after Mouse unfolds her poster. In The Matrix Reloaded a drawing of her holding a phone can be seen behind Smith, just before he infects Bane. She represents the Scarlet Woman (Whore of Babylon) in the Book of Revelations and the goddess Babalon in Thelema.
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