The Fox's camera is concealed in his belt, which makes allows him to easily take news photos while on patrol.
The Fox Car is constructed of a "newly-invented secret alloy," which gives it a Remarkable body, able to withstand bullets, fire, and remarkable acid damage. The roof will retract. It is equipped with extendible bumpers which function as an Excellent-strength battering ram, and there are trackers inside which can follow the Fox's tracers.
Photography * Martial Arts D & E
The Mighty League of the Just * FBI Agent Dave Chambers
Angry with himself for continually bungling shots of crime as it was happening, Manhattan-based photographer Paul Patton designed a camera which would fit in his belt. He decided to become a crimefighter, just to be on the scene when the law was broken. Experimenting with secret identities of the Zebra and Ape Lad, he settled upon the Fox, setting up headquarters in the Fox Den, located in the hollowed interior of a huge park monument.
Despite his extraordinary fitness, however, after several years of two-fisted action the Fox got cornered, beaten up, and left for dead in a trash-can by henchmen of a villain named Dragon-Head. Found by FBI agent Dave Chambers, who became his fast friend, the Fox went to a martial arts master to remake himself. Not only did he hone himself physically, but mentally as well, by learning how to tap "revitalizing energy from a metaphysical source" deep within himself.
Returning to crime-busting, the Fox gave up his Fox-car and Fox Den, and prowled the streets like his namesake. During his 1940s incarnation, Paul's girlfriend was reporter Ruth Ransom. In the '60s, he switched his affection to a go-go dancer named Delilah Monaco who, in the '80s, opened her own school and became a modern dance instructor.