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"* "Jane was easily the most famous British comic character in World War II, more celebrated, even, that political cartoonist David Low's Colonel Blimp." - R.C. Harvey - gocomics.com/rants&raves * "Jane's inspirational impact upon the British Tommy was no exaggeration!" - Paul Gravett * "Jane is Britain's secret weapon!" - Sir Winston Churchill * "Jane is worth two armoured divisions to us. Three if she lost her bra or pants."Reseña del editor:
These are the cartoon strip (mis)adventures of Britain's first and best loved World War II Pin-up-the scintillating, blond, clothes-phobic cartoon legend that was Lady Jane Gay. Jane began life in 1932 but came to fame thanks to her wonderful wartime adventures. Jane spent the war battling 5th columnists and Nazi spies at home and on secret missions deep inside enemy territory. Jane's quintessentially British adventures were filled with sauciness and light-hearted action which helped to make her a major morale boaster for the Allied forces. Reprinting 531 daily strips from Oct 1943 to Jun 1945, rarely seen full colour pin-up art from the 1940s and an interview with Norman Pett written in 1945 for the Canadian armed forces newspaper "The Maple Leaf".
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