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Lady Justice (comics)

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Lady Justice (comics)

Lady Justice
Publisher Tekno Comix
Schedule Monthly
Format Ongoing series
Publication date September 1995 - May 1996
June 1996 - February 1997
Number of issues 11 (vol. 1)
9 (vol. 2)
Main character(s) Lady Justice
Creative team
Writer(s) C. J. Henderson
Artist(s) Steve Lieber (vol. 1)
Fred Harper/Mike Harris(vol. 2)
Penciller(s) Michael Netzer (vol. 1)
Inker(s) Rick Magyar (vol. 1)
Creator(s) Neil Gaiman

Lady Justice is a comic book published by Tekno Comix, starting in 1995. It was created by Neil Gaiman and written by C. J. Henderson, with art by Michael Netzer/Steve Lieber in the first series and Fred Harper/Mike Harris in the second.

Publication history

The story was told over two series, lasting eleven and nine issues respectively, published in 1995 to 1996 and 1996 to 1997.


  • Grand Comics Database
  • (1995) at the Comic Book DB
  • Grand Comics Database
  • (1996) at the Comic Book DB

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