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Comic profile: Liberty Lass
Liberty Lass
The adventures of America's greatest superheroine. Updates every Friday.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Action
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 2 days ago, 10:00 PM
Number of comics: 180
Number of subscribers: 113
Visitors: 74587 visitors (360956 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.94 (634 votes)

Comic description

Abigail Madison is a sixteen-year-old girl who is fiercely patriotic, and who suddenly discovers that she has superhuman powers. Donning a star-spangled cape and costume, she fights crime and protects the innocent as Liberty Lass. This webcomic chronicles her adventures, and is written in the spirit of classical four-color comics of the 1970s and 80s (although it is set in the modern day).

Authors

Steven-Vincent
Steven-Vincent
A scientist by day and an aspiring CG artist and webcomic creator by night/weekend.

Most recent comments left on Liberty Lass

Cuddle Lion
Yesterday
Cuddle Lion
"nobody"
Earth-shattering 'ka-bOOm' coming up in 3... 2...
Left on Issue 7 - Page 16
Comic Fan (Guest)
Yesterday
Catspaw. The power was all in the sceptre. I give you all one guess where that reference is from. ;)

Anyway, I wonder what might happen to Nightchantress if her sceptre is shattered?
Left on Issue 7 - Page 16
MK_Wizard
Yesterday
MK_Wizard
Lady, you have a very sick idea of what is merciful. You were going to make that girl live out her life in a coma. Sounds worse than death to me.
Left on Issue 7 - Page 16
Haegan2005
Yesterday
Haegan2005
I agree about Kludge. He simply removes all potential inconveniences. And a person who has knowledge of Kludge's activities is an inconvenience.
Left on Issue 7 - Page 16
Steven-Vincent
2 days ago
Steven-Vincent
Nigthchantress, it turns out, is powerful and terrifying, and more than happy to fight with and kill superheroes or law enforcement. But she generally does not go after defenseless people, which is lucky for TJ. He would not have been so lucky if it were Kludge calling the shots, I suspect.
Left on Issue 7 - Page 16