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Something New (Old) for the Holidays


#1 | Posted: 30 Nov 2010 21:15 | Edited by: EvaGrubbFan

Hey Luvs --

This "article" is something I created about 6 months ago for my friend and mentor for all the inspiration she's given me. I'm still in semi-retirement due to real world things but I thought those of you who liked the whole Chic Cooper thing would like to read some of his backstory.

Hugs and Happy Holidays!!

Mandy Lesser's Look at Chic's Rotten Roots
Mandy Lesser's Look at Chic's Rotten Roots

#2 | Posted: 1 Dec 2010 00:11

Nicely done!

I was a big fan of Archie comics and I love the TG twists that have been showing up on this and other sites!

More, please!
Jezzi Stewart


#3 | Posted: 1 Dec 2010 08:03

EXCELLENT! ... 'nuff said.
Helen Buckley

#4 | Posted: 1 Dec 2010 17:20

I never knew about this, WOW. For real? And some of us have been using the Archie series for caping and I had no idea they were already doing it. Does this suggest that someone n the company is sympathetic to the idea of cross dressing or transforming? I hope so, I often wondered about all the times Jimmy Olsen was in dresses, or come to think of it the time Robin was also...... Hmmmmmm
Helen Buckley

#5 | Posted: 4 Mar 2013 17:09 | Edited by: Helen Buckley

Has anyone managed to locate any more comics which have the hero doing a TG and are original, as in from the comic company?
I recall one from many years ago, would have been in the 50's. Involving a detective, his girlfriend and her younger brother who manages to get in trouble. I can't recall much about the story but in the last frame of the comic the brother comes out wearing a dress, saying something along the lines he messed up as a boy so he'll try being a girl.
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