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California Girls (1987) comic books

  • Issue #1
    California Girls (1987) 1

    Cover art by Trina Robbins. Cat Yronwode on the low probability of coming censorship of comic books because the country is focused on the Iran Contra hearings and the sex scandals of James Bakker and Gary Hart. Introducing the California Girls; The girls are looking for jobs so they can afford new dresses for the prom; They are spotted by a director who hires them to star in a series of commercials. Nothin' Like the Real Thing; When Max gets sick just before her date with Gene, she asks Mo to take her place, but her twin makes a bad impression on him, so Max has to figure out exactly what happened. Paper doll pages. Scripts and art by Trina Robbins. 40 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2
    California Girls (1987) 2

    Cover art by Trina Robbins. Reflection piece about being awake alone in the early morning by Cat Yronwode. Comic Relief; Laverne is jealous when Mo and Max get their own comic book, so she forces her father to get her a comic book of her own too; But comics fan Trixine notices that Laverne's comic is copied from an old Little Lulu story. The Real Roxanne; Roxanne is just trying to do her waitress job but Laverne likes to annoy her. Hands Around Hollyhock High; Instead of buying each other brithday gifts, Mo and Max contribute to the "Hands Around Hollyhock High" campaign to fight hunger in their town. Paper doll pages. Scripts and art by Trina Robbins. Profile of fan designer Barbara Cottrell. 40 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #3
    California Girls (1987) 3

    Cover art by Trina Robbins. Cat Yronwode writes about staff promotions at Eclipse and a Summer Poster Offer. Let Sleeping Cats Lie; The girls organize a competitive cat show to raise money for costumes for the school play, but Laverne tries to trick the judges. Designer Dogs; Mo doesn't like the new "distressed" fashions so she buys a clean, unripped sweatshirt; But through a series of accidents, her new shirt ends up stained and ripped anyway (and her friends love it!). Paper doll pages. Scripts and art by Trina Robbins. Profile of fan designer Lynn Dudley. 40 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #4
    California Girls (1987) 4

    Cover art by Trina Robbins. Yronwode writes about new interns at Eclipse, including Beau Smith. Their Lucky Day, script and art by Trina Robbins; Max and Mo's horoscope predicts a lucky day which turns out to be true; everything works out so they can win a trip to Hawaii in a contest they entered at the last minute, and then they find a missing diamond with a $20,000 reward. Profile of fan designer Wren Britton [Orrin Sethe Britton]. The Origin of Smidgen, script and inks by Trina Robbins, pencils by Joshua Quagmire; Smidgen is captured by Igor and Dr. Doomuch and subjected to the doctor's scientific experiments, which make him smaller and smarter; After escaping, he ends up on the Muldoons' doorstep, where he is taken in by the family. 40 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #5
    California Girls (1987) 5

    Cover art by Trina Robbins. Little House of Horrors, script and art by Trina Robbins; Max and Mo think that Grammy's Venus fly trap plant has eaten several hamsters and may eat Smidgin next. Paper doll pages. House ad for Miracleman, art by John Totleben. Profile of fan designer Beth Winegarner. Doubles, script and inks by Trina Robbins, pencils by Carol Lay; Max and Mo meet a set of twin boys who match their personalities perfectly. 36 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #6
    California Girls (1987) 6

    Cover art by Trina Robbins. The Two-Timer, script and inks by Trina Robbins, pencils by Barb Rausch; The twins are on a cruise and both are spending time with singer Rudy, though he doesn't know there's two of them. Paper doll pages. Profile of fan designer Brendan Gramer. The Perils of Smidgin!, script and inks by Trina Robbins, pencils by Joshua Quagmire; Doctor Doomuch sends his assistant Igor to kidnap the Muldoon's cat Smidgin, who has the doctor's secret compound Reducto in his system; Mo and Max break into the doctor's lab to get their cat back and free all the other animals he was using for experiments. House ad for Miracleman, art by John Totleben. 36 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #7
    California Girls (1987) 7

    Cover art by Trina Robbins. Errata from the Overstreet Guide regarding Eclipse titles. The Crispy Critter, script and inks by Trina Robbins, pencils by Barb Rausch; The girls are in Hawaii to film a new commercial for Twicenice Mints, but a mysterious stranger is following them. Profile of fan designer Tracie Tso. Paper doll pages. The California Girle Meet the Dolphin Boy, script and art by Trina Robbins; Swimming too far from shore, Mo is rescued by dolphins; She meets a boy who swims with the dolphins who tells her about the tuna fishers who often kill dolphins. 40 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #8
    California Girls (1987) 8

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    Cover art by Trina Robbins. Promo for Brought to Light, a graphic novel depicting the Iran-Contra scandal. The Sound of Breaking Glass, script and inks by Trina Robbins, pencils by Barb Rausch; Max agrees to model designer Paul LeMans's new dress made of glass beads, but they attend the opera where the diva's high notes break the glass. Fashions and fashion tips. Paper doll page. Profile of fan designer Ventura. A Flash from the Past, script and art by Trina Robbins; Mo and Max find their great-grandmother's diary and after they read it they realize that their lives in modern times are really very easy. 36 pgs. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.