Starman #44 "1943: Things That Go Bump in the Night" is a one-shot story about Sandra Knight, the Phantom Lady, teaming up with her cousin Starman to defeat Prairie Witch. Phantom Lady has an interesting talk with Starman about how she could have joined the Justice Society and become a famous superhero but decided she likes "running around looking beautiful, breaking a few jaws, kicking a few backsides. Same old, same old." She also admits she's vain and her costume affects how people perceive her, saying no one would want Phantom Lady's help if they could get Green Lantern's. Then she haunts down Prairie Witch and flips her bounty for war bonds.
It's actually a beautiful love letter to a character most people don't understand and highlights everything that's great about someone who doesn't have any powers or a dramatic origin story motivating them, just the willpower to always follow their heart and fight for what's right. The original Phantom Lady comics are pretty rad too and usually considered apex cheesecake and good girl art, especially the issues rendered by Matt Baker sometimes under the pen name Gregory Page.