Tag Archives: hypnotism

June the Second [1989]

Plot

Jo Newton has been presumed dead after a skiing holiday in Switzerland. But Jo’s sister Meg discovers she has been kidnapped by a power group, led by Madame Brauheim. They have hypnotised Jo into taking the place of Princess June II of Heldenstein. The real princess has been badly injured in an accident and is in a coma. The power group imprison Meg in the palace dungeon, where she finds an ally in Andrea Gerhart. They escape the dungeon and find the real princess, but Brauheim is hot on their trail.

Notes

Appeared

  • June the Second – Bunty: #1649 (19 August 1989) – #1654 (23 September 1989)

Danger for Rozelle [1978]

Plot

Rozelle, a gipsy orphan, is sold by her parents to the Baroness Kessler, who uses hypnotism to turn Rozelle into a show-jumping success with the Baroness’s horse Midnight. The Baroness cares far more about her horse than she does about Rozelle. A reporter, Jill Wilson, finds out about the hypnotism and is trying to help Rozelle. Then another gipsy, Zara, steals Midnight after a quarrel with the Baroness. Matters come to a head when the Baroness confronts Zara and a fire breaks out.

Notes

  • Artist: Manuel Benet

Appeared

  • Danger for Rozelle  – Debbie: #285 (20 July 1978) – #296 (14 October 1978)

 

The Golden Cradle

Plot:

Placed under hypnosis to restore her lost  memory, young Jean Lightfoot continues the amazing account of her previous life as Princess Tana-lohi, who lived fifteen thousand years ago in the now submerged land of Mu.

On Tana-lohi’s 15th birthday, Mu is invaded by Vedh, a highly-developed race from another planet, and her parents are killed. Tana-lohi is spared, and pledges herself to free her enslaved people with the help of the priest, Noni, who has escaped to safety.

golden cradle

 

Notes:

Appeared:

  • The Golden Cradle – Judy:   circa 402 (23 September 1967) – (?)

What Happened to Hannah?

Plot

Schoolgirl, Hannah Knight, of Brianscourt Boarding School, is in the power of sinister Professor Vaslav, who has a dematerialisation machine that can transfer living creatures from one place to another. With this amazing machine, he has even made Hannah pass through solid walls! Hannah is unaware that she is being used for experiments, as the professor uses a special lamp to hypnotise her. Hannah’s friend, Sue Sheldon, suspects the professor and, when Hannah disappears from the dormitory, Sue cycles to the professor’s house.

what happened to hannah

Notes

Appeared

  • What Happened to Hannah?  – Judy:   #326 (09 April 1966) – #334 (04 June 1966)

The Eyes of Eileen

Plot

Schoolgirl Eileen Lawson discovers that she can hypnotise people, but she can only do this when she takes off her glasses and then she can hardly see who she is hypnotising!

eyes of eileen

Notes

Appeared

  • The Eyes of Eileen – Judy:   #287 (10 July 1965) – #299 (02 October 1965)
  • Reprinted – Judy: #935 (10 December 1977) – #944 (11 February 1978)

Trilby Will Be Tops!

Plot

A mysterious woman, Miss Travis, took an interest in Pat Trilby’s sporting career.  By means of hypnosis, Miss Travis was forcing Pat to take part in the qualifying rounds for the Wimbledon tennis championships. Pat’s friend Judy Todd was trying to help free her from Miss Travis’s influence.

Notes

Appeared

  • Trilby Will Be Tops!  – Bunty: #842 (2 March 1974) – (?)

Snap Out of It!

Plot

Sally Johnson had been watching television when she was affected by a hypnotist on screen. Now every time she heard a snap of the fingers, she believed she had star quality and was expert on whatever was going on around her.

Notes

Appeared

  • Snap Out of It! – Mandy: circa #818 (18 September 1982) – (?)

The Eyes that Haunted Hannah / Sing a Song of Hate!

Plot

During 1886, fourteen year old Hannah Grey was a singer in the Victorian Music Hall. One night  she made an enemy of Mystro, the famous hypnotist, while she was singing ‘The Little Lost Dog.’ Soon afterwards, whenever she heard that song, Hannah began to have terrible fits of temper which she could never remember. She was without money or friends. Haunted by a vision of Mystro’s eyes, she knew that she must find him to regain her happiness.

Notes

Appeared

  • The Eyes that Haunted Hannah – Mandy:  #439 (14 June 1975) – (?)
  • Reprinted as Sing a Song of Hate! – Mandy: #747 (9 May 1981) – (?)

I Spy – with my Little Eye!

Plot

Betsy Bell’s father. who was on the stage, saved enough money to send her to exclusive Park Hall School. But the snobs at Park Hall did not make Betsy welcome. Lady Myrtle Poop and Hefty Fitzherbert were always up to  tricks, but Betsy had some tricks of her own that she had learned from her hypnotist father.

Notes

Appeared

  • I Spy – with my Little Eye! – Mandy: #210 (23 January 1971) – #224 (1 May 1971)
  • Reprinted – Mandy: #590 (6 May 1978) – #604 (12 August 1978)