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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: 4 days ago, 10:00 PM
Number of comics: 171
Number of subscribers: 111
Visitors: 68998 visitors (335863 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.94 (596 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

Comic Fan (Guest)
3 days ago
I wouldn't sweat this hospital room too much. If you keep this webcomic going, there'll no doubt be many more needs for hospital room scenes, affording you plenty of chances and plenty of variation over the course of these story lines. Some scenes will be brief, some will be longer.

But then again, maybe this hospital is all in Abby's imagination. If it's not real, then there'd be no need to replicate it for other scenes.
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MK_Wizard
4 days ago
MK_Wizard
I don't know how to help you with your challenge, but I can tell you that the story is really suspenseful.
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Cuddle Lion
4 days ago
Cuddle Lion
"nobody"
Wellllll, you could replace it with a duplicate in a different program? One that lets you move stuff?
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Steven-Vincent
4 days ago
Steven-Vincent
I used this hospital room instead of the cobbled-together "Room Creator" one I used for Liberty Man, both to make it different and because LM's was retro-fitted to iRay, but this newer model is made for iRay. I found out too late that this room sucked to shoot in because the props are not individual objects, so they cannot be moved. They cannot be turned on and off. Ugh, what a mess. I hated shooting in this room.
Left on Issue 7 - Page 7
Rigor (Guest)
One week ago
Her mistake has been limiting herself to 2 options. In rhetoric it sounds good to have 2 options because you only have one to argue against but in most situations there are many.
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