Roxanne Derby moves to a village where she falls under the power of a vengeful ghost, who is also named Roxanne. The Roxanne ghost forces Roxanne to commit acts of terror against the villagers through a ring she puts on Roxanne’s finger, and Roxanne cannot remove it. As a result, the villagers start thinking Roxanne is a witch and it culminates in Roxanne being chased by a witch-hunting mob.
- Artists: Ron Tiner plus unknown filler artist (drew “Sister of Hate”)
- The Revenge of Roxanne – Suzy: #192 (10 May 1986) – #199 (28 June 1986)
Cara and Rhoda Hemmings, identical twins, were orphaned as babies. Rhoda was adopted by a wealthy lady named Mrs Gasket, but Cara grew up in an orphanage. When Rhoda was killed in a boating accident, and her adopted mother was seriously injured, Cara was asked to take her sister’s place until Mrs Gasket was well enough to take the news of Rhoda’s death. Speaking to the maid, Annie, Cara was shocked to learn that Mrs Gasket had approached the orphanage for permission to adopt Cara but the Matron had refused.
- Art: Ron Tiner
- Reprinted and translated to Dutch as “De schim van het kwaad” – Tina #22/1982- #34/1982
Early in the Second World War, Kitty and three other members of the Sparkles, a troupe of British child artistes, were trapped in Paris as the German army began its advance. Kitty took upon herself the task of getting the three little boys to safety. She told the children an old Irish legend of the swan children of Lir, and dreamed that Fionula, the swan maiden, promised her help. As the children accepted a lift in a farm cart, four white swans flew over as if to point the way ahead.