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Posted in Comics & Manga, Historia & Memoria, Moving Images, Taxidermy & Grotesk by Sizemore on August 15th, 2005 | BBC Wikipedia

You've got to love a girl who when forced to strip at whip-point by a perverted Nazi thinks to her self Normally, I would disembowel this man with a few simple oriental combat maneuvers, but the drug has left me weakened, powerless to resist. Say hello to Phoebe Zeit-Geist.

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One of my favourite horror blogs, The Groovy Age of Horror, has collected, scanned and uploaded the complete adventures of this saucy heroine who legend has it retired to the seclusion of the Swiss mountains. There every ten years she chooses another pupil to instruct in the almost lost art of damsel-distress and kung-fun. Make with some clicky on the perview preview below:

Curt is taking a well deserved break but will be back in September - take the opportunity to accustom yourselves with the archives, filled as they are with 70's eye candy. There may be a test later.

A big thank you to Suzanne for letting me on board... I see her Spastic Bunny below and I raise her one Goddess Bunny.

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2 comments to " PHOEBE & THE NEWLY BORN FOAL "

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    Suzanne says:

    Chapeau, monsieur Sizemore!

    That's indeed a very spectacular introduction post.

    I thought that was a joke about the Swiss mountain resort. But after all, she's the daughter of a Serbian aristocrat - raised in Northern Tibet. It's just the next logical step to send her to Helvetistan to study. Uh huh.

    And Goddess Bunny is very cute indeed. I think Chris Cunningham should adopt her/him/it and think about that sequel to RubberJohnny... ;)

    It's good to have you here!

    August 16th, 2005 at 12:24 am

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    Visible Monsters II » Blog Archive » 4 8 15 16 23 42 says:

    [...] I posted bad things over on Thee Temple. [...]

    August 14th, 2006 at 4:14 pm

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