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Colette. Colette was created by the Canadian author Gilles Brodeur and appeared Les Dangereux Exploits du Sergent Colette, UZ-16, L’As Femme Détective Canadienne-Française #1-250 (1952-1966).
Colette is a Québécois private detective. She owns her own bureau, but she also doubles as Agent UZ-16 of the Canadian intelligence agency. In this dual role she takes on a wide variety of enemies, from ordinary murderers to Communist spies; she takes on misogynist murderers, Femmes Fatale, misogynist Mad Scientists, white slavers, crooked female circus acrobats, and rapists, among others. She appears in stories with titles like “A Modern Bluebeard,” “House of Horrors,” and “Courtesan and Spy.”
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