I barricaded myself in my room to read the first few lines. Before I knew what was happening, I had fallen right into it. The minutes and hours glided by as in a dream. When the cathedral bells tolled midnight, I barely heard them. Under the warm light cast by the reading lamp, I was plunged into a new world of images and sensations, peopled by characters who seemed as real to me as my room. Page after page I let the spell of the story and its world take me over, until the breath of dawn touched my window and my tired eyes slid over the last page. I lay in the bluish half-light with the book on my chest and listened to the murmur of the sleeping city. My eyes began to close, but I resisted. I did not want to lose the story’s spell or bid farewell to its characters yet.
Pocket Princesses 66: The New Neighbour
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Credit for the idea for this one goes to super-Mentor-Man Tad Stones. Because he is a genius veteran Disney tv writer and it was too damn good to resist.
Don’t forget to check out the first official print ‘Singalong’, available from Acme Archives starting at San Diego Comic Con!