Carrie shares an apartment with best friend Kathy Hemstridge and friendly rival Gloria Benton; all three model part-time for the Cynosure Modeling Agency. The girls share various humorous adventures together, frequently crossing paths with Chamberlain superheroes such as Selina the Moon-Maiden, Victory Girl, and Major Triumph among others.
Carrie shares a close relationship with her uncle Ace Brogan, whom she regards as a father figure. While unaware of the exact nature of his espionage activities, she understands he is involved in Homeland Security to some degree.
In recent years, she has met a number of S.T.E.E.D. operatives through her uncle, and dated the superpatriot American Ego in his civilian identity.
Fictional publishing history
Daisy Miller debuted as Harry Doolin's girlfriend in issue 2 of Holy Dooley! Comics (Goldman Periodicals, Mar-Apr 1941). Due to an ongoing legal battle between Goldman and its competitor Anville Press, the character was dropped from the strip in 1944, returning under the name Carrie Madison in 1945. Awarded her own feature in 1949, Carrie was redesigned as a showgirl similar to Timely's Millie the Model, running in her own title until the Comics Code Controversy of 1954.
After Goldman Periodicals was bought out by Landmark Magazines Carrie returned in the company's teen romance title PASSION, (Fall, 1955), going on to star in her own feature until 1966. Several months later, Carrie reappeared in an eponymously titled book, paired up with Gloria Benton and Kathy Hemstridge. When superheroes started dominating the field, all three were recruited to play supporting roles in Major Triumph, Agent of Steed and American Ego. Carrie Madison finally closed shop in 1973, but she has made sporadic appearances in the Landmark Universe up to the present day.
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