Friday, March 19, 2004

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Steven Wintle, whose antipathy towards life drawing classes I understand perfectly, has linked to a couple of sites which feature stories of a character I've always found interesting but have read precious few stories about: Lady Luck. Created by Will Eisner, and not to be confused with the Sinatra song, Lady Luck was actually wealthy socialite Brenda Banks, who fought crime with little more than her wits, fists, and a snazzy green dress, veil and wide brimmed hat in a series of quirky and quirkily drawn (mostly by Klaus Nordling, another unsung creator from back in the day) stories from Quality comics of the Forties and early Fifties. Go! Check it out! But come back later, OK...?