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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Always A Bride, Never A Bridesmaid

Miss Piggy isn't the only character to appear on a comic-book cover costumed as the famous Bride of Frankenstein. Daisy Duck takes a backseat to no one when it comes to glamor and so is wearing a version of the classic Bride costume herself.  Of course, this particular party monster has to put up with the indignity of dealing with a mummy who is coming unraveled. This cover (Pencils by Francisco Rodriguez Peinado, inks by Enriqueta Perea) haunted the October 2008 issue (#695) of Walt Disney's Comics and Stories. It's all part of the 2014 Countdown to Halloween blogathon. If you like what you see, please don't be as quiet as the mummy's tomb—please leave a comment or two!

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