|Publisher||Vertigo imprint of DC Comics|
|Publication date||June 2001 – June 2003|
|Number of issues||24 (#0-23)|
|Main character(s)||Angela St. Grace (a.k.a. "Codename: Knockout")|
|Artist(s)||Louis Small, Jr. (#1-5)
Amanda Conner (#6, 9, 13-14)
Yanick Paquette (#7-8, 10-12)
Phil Jimenez (#12)
Ed Benes (#15-18)
Mark A. Robinson (#19-20)
John Lucas (#21-23)
Louis Small Jr.
|Editor(s)||Tony Bedard (#1-6)
Will Dennis (#7-23)
|The Devil You Say||ISBN 1-4012-2798-8|
Codename: Knockout is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics for 24 issues (numbered #0-23) between June 2001 and June 2003. It was created by writer Robert Rodi and artist Louis Small, Jr.
Rodi wrote each issue of the title. Small left the series after #5 and was replaced by an assortment of artists including Amanda Conner (#6,9,13,14), Yanick Paquette (#7,8,10,11,12), Phil Jimenez (#12), Ed Benes (#15-18), Mark A. Robinson (#19, 20) and John Lucas (#21-23).
The premise of the series was to follow the adventures of buxom blonde Angela St. Grace (the "Codename: Knockout" of the title) a secret agent and operative for the "G.O.O.D." (Global Organization for the Obliteration of Dastardliness) organization as she battled the nefarious agents of "E.V.I.L." (Extralegal Vendors of Iniquity and Licentiousness).
She is assisted by her partner Go Go Fiasco, a young, handsome, gay fellow agent and by her mother Celeste St. Grace, the leader of the G.O.O.D. organization.
Part of the series has been collected into a trade paperback:
- Codename: Knockout: The Devil You Say (160 pages, DC Comics, May 2010, ISBN 1-4012-2798-8, Titan Books, August 2010, ISBN 1-84856-878-9)