Lady Luck (comics)

Lady Luck (Comics)

Lady Luck (comics)

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Lady Luck is a fictional, American comic-strip crime fighter and adventuress created and designed in 1940 by Will Eisner with artist Chuck Mazoujian (1917-2011). Through 1946, she starred in a namesake, four-page weekly feature published in a Sunday-newspaper comic-book insert colloquially called "The Spirit Section". The feature, which run through November 3, 1946, with one months-long interruption, was reprinted in comic books published by Quality Comics.

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Created and designed in 1940 by Will Eisner (who wrote the first two Lady Luck stories under the pseudonym "Ford Davis")Horn, Maurice. 100 Years of American Newspaper Comics (Gramercy Books, New York, 1996) p. 173) with artist Chuck Mazoujian, Lady Luck appeared in her namesake, four-page weekly feature published in a Sunday-newspaper comic-book insert colloquially called "The Spirit Section". This 16-page, tabloid-sized, newsprint comic book, sold as part of eventually 20 Sunday newspapers with a combined circulation of as many as five million, starred Eisner's masked detective the Spirit and also initially included the feature Mr. Mystic, plus filler material. Writer Dick French took over scripting after these first two episodes. at Don Markstein's Toonopedia Later, writer-artist Nicholas Viscardi...
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