Embarassing Comics

Spade said:
i collected.........'twiches'............the entire...........'twitches'...............clone saga!!..........runes and hides in fear
I liked the clone saga. At first. About when they said Ben Riely was the clone again I gave up.
Bass said:
You lesbians and blah blah blah blah blah blah blah...

blah blah blah blah blah blah blah Tomb Raider blah blah blah blah blah blah blah

covers like this:


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Aaaah. Now I understand why so many women are turning to homosexuality.

I'm sorry...what were you saying? *goes back to her Adam Hughes horde*
Penthouse ComiXXX - every last issue. (I got a long term subscription instantly.)

I still love the whole first run of Doctor Dare vs. the Feminazi.

There were other stories I liked too, such as the first (Adam Hughes) run of Captain Adventure and Herricane. That was great. Especially when Bad Girl made the mistake of hitting HotBlood's team (the Cable/Image/etc. hero team lampoon) with a personality reversal ray and they started acting like heroes! (For a little while anyway.)

Of course, you always had the bad with the good, and the sum total of the book went downhill badly, and it was always pornographic as all get out, as you'd expect. But ... yeah.

Doctor Dare ruled.

Loosely paraphrasing from misty memory:
Male sidekick: "With my brains and your [orgasm powered] brawn, we'll clear up these Nazis in no time!
Doctor Dare: "Since I'm the one with the doctorate, I'm the brawn and the brain."
Male sidekick: "So what does that make me?"
Doctor Dare: "The one who isn't bulletproof."

Feminazi (crazed Nazi lesbian zealot with super strength steel hand) and WWII flying wings vs. armed pterosaurs of the lost world.

Doctor Dare vs. a giant carnosaur in the arena of doom.

Feminazi running around the lost city, naked with two shortswords, running through two pseudo-Roman soldiers (one with each sword) while thinking: "Once again these primitives underestimate the power of a woman with right on her side."

Feminazi, with Doctor Dare (the inventor of the slightly flawed supersoldier formula) helpless in her grasp, almost all the way back to the Nazi Germany, believing Doctor Dare's story about how lesbian attentions would not activate her power, and how she hadn't had any for nearly a week and her health might suffer.

("That's reasonable. Hitler's orders were to bring the American back alive. I have to take care of my captive's health - not for myself [sweat, blush], but for the Fatherland!")

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