The Air Cobra, by Ley Fortune

Ley Fortune was an artist working for the first Canadian comic book publisher, Maple Leaf in the 1940s. She drew among others covers and features like 'Mono The Air Cobra' for Rocket Comics, as well as 'Circus Girl' and 'Caribou Trail'. Ley Fortune is most likely a pen name for Shirley Fortune, who was a student of Jack Shadbolt at the Vancouver School of Art in 1938-39.

The Air Cobra, by Ley Fortune

Last updated: 2014-05-06

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