It’s Curtains for Drapery Doll

More whimsy from Black Lightning creator Tony Isabella—who is confronting “ghostly evil” in real life by running for office!

 

Art by John Prentice from the story “Bedeviled” in First Love Illustrated #69, Oct. 1956.

 

SCENE:

SCENE: Woman in a costume (trapeze artist or superhero, take your pick!) is on a stage. She appears to be doing a shimmy with a bunch of cloth behind her posterior. An appreciative audience looks on.

CAPTION: By day, Marissa’s the host of HGTV’s hit series Haunted House Renovation.
CAPTION: By night, she dons her mystic drapery to confront ghostly evil as…
CAPTION: Drapery Doll, the Material Girl Who Closes the Curtains on Evil!*
CAPTION: *Okay, well, she’s still working on her hero name. All the good ones have been taken.

1956 Art: John Prentice Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

Art by John Prentice from the story “Bedeviled” in First Love Illustrated #69, Oct. 1956.

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SCENE: Woman in a costume (trapeze artist or superhero, take your pick!) is on a stage. She appears to be doing a shimmy with a bunch of cloth behind her posterior. An appreciative audience looks on.

CAPTION: By day, Marissa’s the host of HGTV’s hit series Haunted House Renovation.
CAPTION: By night, she dons her mystic drapery to confront ghostly evil as…
CAPTION: Drapery Doll, the Material Girl Who Closes the Curtains on Evil!*
CAPTION: *Okay, well, she’s still working on her hero name. All the good ones have been taken.

1956 Art: John Prentice Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

Art by John Prentice from the story "Bedeviled" in First Love Illustrated #69, Oct. 1956.