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Monday, October 3, 2022

Spooky Is the Spooky Season's Spooks-person

Casper's "tuff little" counterpart Spooky was the star of several comic-book series, including the "Giant Size" publication, Spooky's Spooktown. This issue (#33, January 1970) boasts a Halloween-themed cover where Spooky gets spooked by a trick-or-treater decked out in a Spooky costume (officially licensed, no doubt). Don't you think this funny little spook should be the official spooks-person of the spooky season? I do. After all, his very name says "spooky." 


Caffeinated Joe said...

Maybe a comic with Spooky and Sam from Trick 'r Treat one-upping each other in Halloween pranks?

Jim said...

Great ideal, Joe...except that I think Spooky would end up being too scared. :)