Friday, March 13, 2009


When the police ignored pleas from former silent film and stage actor turned movie studio owner Jason Bradford to assist him in stopping an attempted take over of his film production company by a Los Angeles crime boss he decided to take matters into his own hands. Adopting the identity of Mister Chameleon, a character he used to play in a series of movies, Bradford used his mastery of disguise to infiltrate the crime boss' organization and destroy it from within.

Despite his being successful in stopping the crime boss Bradford realized that there were other victims of crime who the police were not helping. Realizing the need of others in Los Angeles Bradford vowed to continue to operate as Mister Chameleon to assist those threatened by criminal activities.
Inspired by 1930s pulp magazine mystery-men, Mister Chameleon was created by Jonathan "A" Gilbert in 1974 and first saw print in 1990. Over the years Mister Chameleon has been published by New Voice Productions, SeajayVentures, Blue Moon Comics Group and CE Publishing Group and is now being published by Red Lion Publications. Scheduled to debut in "Red Lion Spotlight" #3 Mister Chameleon will appear in two stories that issue including a revised origin of the 1930s Los Angeles based mystery-man. Over the coming months be sure to visit this site for updates on the debut of Mister Chameleon under the Red Lion Publications logo.