(From "Super Mystery Comics", volume 2, number 1, 1941.)
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So the “mystery” in Super Mystery Comics was which character would be forced to dress in what crazy outfit?
“He know my one weakness: I have to act exactly like whoever I’m currently dressed as!”
@X-stacy: I think the “mystery” is where you buy clothes that frighting
A rapist clown who has a bondage fetish….thank you Jeff.
As if clowns weren’t creepy enough already.
Hmm. I would have thought a clown coming out of the closet would be funnier, not quite so creepy and sinister.
The problem’s obvious. He knows the next step is that same goofy haircut.
You’re right, punkjay. In fact, solving the mystery of what fiend is distributing these costumes–and stopping him, by whatever means necessary–should trump all other concerns for both costumed vigilantes and local law enforcement.
Hey they can get the cast of “what not to wear for this one