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Lady Luck Omnibus

Will Eisner, Chuck Mazoujian, Klaus Nordling, Dick French, Nick Cardy, Fred Schwab, Gill Fox, Quality Comics

Publisher: Tacet Comics

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Summary

Created by the comic book genius, Will Eisner (The Spirit), this omnibus edition of Lady Luck contains all the stories published during her original run with over 300 pages!

Nobody suspected that Lady Luck was actually Brenda Banks, a "debutante crime buster bored with social life" who decided to become a "modern lady Robin Hood."

She solved blackmail cases, spy cases, kidnappings, and any other cases that came her way.

As Brenda Banks, she was in love with Police Chief Hardy Moore, whose job was (hardly surprisingly) to find and arrest Lady Luck.

Lady Luck was ranked 84th in Comics Buyer's Guide Presents: 100 Sexiest Women in Comics.

Tacet Comics remasters comics books from the Golden Age of Comic Books with vivid colors and optimize them for reading on modern devices.

Check our collection of Golden Age comics for more awesome, page-turning and amazing comic books!

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