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A whole lotta hurt... In a belly shirt!

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Girl Flash is available for birthday parties, weddings, bar mitzvahs...

In glamorpuss #7, Dave Sim created a bunch of one-joke super-model superheroes. But he placed one of them in the public domain, for anyone to use! So do you need someone to fill out crowd scenes in your next superhero blowout? Here's Girl Flash!

Girl Flash (from glamourpuss #7)

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Christmas Card Claxon

It's time again to start thinking about Christmas cards! So, here's the annual question: Would anyone out there in the online world like to get a Christmas card (most likely a postcard) from me? Just comment with your address if you are interested! Comments are screened, so only I can see them. Also, anyone can comment, you do not need a LiveJournal account to leave a comment (or get a card from me)!

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Oh, and if we've exchanged cards in the recent past, you are already on my list and don't need to respond to this (but you can if you want). That includes sinicallytwsted, dessieoctavia, beachbum_midget and dcwttaoo1!

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Recent cover scans I added to GCD:
Cat & Mouse 3
Cavewoman Metal Age 1
Cavewoman: Razor's Run
Crème Comics 1
Dizzy's Tough Love
Goth Ghost Girl 1
Go-Bots 5
Goofy Funnies 10
Goofy Funnies 11
Mr. Jigsaw 16
Normandy Gold 1 cover e
The Storyteller: Sirens 1 preorder
Street Fighter & Friends 2017 Swimsuit Special 1
Take Pride in America with Mark Trail 1
You Don't Know Jack! Two-Fisted Comic Store Manager
Wonder Woman Sticker Fun

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Halloween Wrapup

What a weird year for trick or treating! We prepacked ziplock bags with one comic book, one (full-size) candy bar, and one other trinket, and then placed them on a card table outside our door for kids to take (and even quickly browse to pick their favorite comic or candy). It worked well, I think, for maintaining the proper distance. There were only 24 kids, which is low for us. I assume that's mainly because of the pandemic, although Saturday is never a good night for trick or treaters anyway. We usually have the first wave of young kids accompanied by parents, and then a second wave of unaccompanied older kids, but this year there was only the first wave. And there seemed to be many more parents/supervising adults than usual, with some groups of four adults and two kids and the like.

While handing out candy, we first watched Attack of the Killer Donuts, a low budget horror spoof that seemed OK, but I wasn't able to watch it that closely. Then we watched Hobgoblins (as hosted by Elvira), a famously bad Gremlins rip-off that I somehow hadn't seen before. It earned its reputation.

Here's two of the stars of Attack of the Killer Donuts, Kayla Compton...
Kayla Compton

...and Lauren Elise.
Lauren Elise

Pictures of the cast of Hobgoblins are harder to find, as most of then didn't stay in the business after Hobgoblins, and who can blame them? So here's a picture of Paige Sullivan from the movie.
Paige Sullivan

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Recent cover scans I added to GCD:
B-Movie Presents 3
Loco Hero 1
Madam Satan 1 cover a
Planet Comics 2
Secret Weapons #1 Summer 2017 Preview
Surfacing 1
Victor Crowley's Hatchet Halloween Tales II 1
Winx Club vol. 5
Winx Club vol. 6
X of Swords Handbook 1