My Mother, My Enemy!


In the absence of Agamemnon, the Lion King, Mycenae was ruled by his cruel wife  and her cousin, Aegisthus. When word came that Agamemnon’s fleet was becalmed, the Queen ordered that her eldest daughter, Iphigenia — Electra’s  sister—should be sacrificed to the Sea God. Iphigenia was tied to a stake at the water’s edge.  Electra pleaded to Zeus for her sister’s life. Without her sister Electra would be the last obstacle for the queen.



  • Art: Eduardo Feito
  • Based on the characters of Greek mythology.


  • My Mother, My Enemy! – Judy: #602 (24 July 1971) – #607 (28 August 1971)

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