Lisa Blake wanted to be a ballerina but had several obstacles to overcome. Her mother was dead and her father was an escaped convict and she was wrongfully accused of stealing. Later she was abandoned by her aunt. Luckily she was adopted by a group of orphans who were helping her to become a ballerina.
In the Sequel Lonely Lisa – Lisa Blake has lost her memory and thinks she is Jean Bell, who lives and works with Mr and Mrs Thorpe, who are a pair of crooks. Lisa meets Mrs Powell, who teaches her to dance.
- Artist: Rodney Sutton (Lisa-the Lonely Ballerina)
- Artist: Ana Rodriguez (Lonely Lisa)
- Before the Spellbound comic merged with Debbie, the first part of “Lonely Lisa” was published in both the last issue of Spellbound and Debbie issue #257.
- Lisa – the Lonely Ballerina – Debbie: #13 (12 May 1973) – #120 (31 May 1975)
- Reprinted – Debbie: #396 (13 September 1980) – #507 (30 October 1982)
- Lonely Lisa – Debbie: #257 (14 Jan 1978) also printed in Spellbound: #69 (14 Jan 1978), Debbie: #258 (22 Jan 1978) – #268 (01 Apr 1978)