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Photo Cover Friday: False Honeymoon

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“It was all wrong. His parents objected, my parents objected, and even after we were married, we had a FALSE HONEYMOON”


Boy Meets Girl #21, by Lev Gleason

Carboni The Plunderer

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The Blonde in a Red Dress is secretly an elite member of “Charlie’s Fables”, the medieval precursor of “Charlie’s Angels”.


Uncle Charlie’s Fables #5, by Lev Gleason

Photo Friday: Stories You’ll Never Forget

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The live-action version of the story of Mr. Easy Promises and Ms. Blackmail Bride was only loosely based on the original.


Lovers’ Lane #26, by Lev Gleason

Photo Fridays: My Past Had Caught Up With Me

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But what if the “old engagement ring” was actually just a cover story to explain the loot from an earlier jewelry store heist?


Boy Meets Girl #24, by Lev Gleason

Laughing His Pants Off

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Whew! I was afraid “pantsing the jester” was some sort of weird internet euphemism, but no, apparently it’s just a literal thing they do when bored in royal court.


Uncle Charlie’s Fables #4, by Lev Gleason

Photo Fridays: “If You Hide Your Past”…

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…is the Blonde in a Red Dress equivalent to “If You Give A Mouse A Cookie”


Boy Meets Girl #23 by Lev Gleason

Release the Hounds! (Or Maybe Just a Goat.)

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The Blonde in a Red Dress wishes for just a little peace and quiet when visiting her Uncle Charlie’s family.


Uncle Charlie’s Fables #1, by Lev Gleason