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Mad Night, Featuring Judy Drood, Girl Detective by Richard Sala
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Jul 02, 11

bookshelves: graphic-novel, mystery, gothic, thriller, noir, crime
Read in July, 2011

While not as mysterious or engrossing as The Chuckling Whatsit , this is still solid Sala work. I enjoyed Judy Drood, the intrepid Nancy Drew parody, but most of the other characters failed to connect (not the mention the fact that Sala's penchant for nubile cartoons in distressful situations gets a little out of hand). The thing I will probably remember most about Mad Night is Auntie Azalea, the puppet mastermind. She ain't from Sesame Street, folks.
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