Ten Lessons They Should Learn in Girls’ Comics – but Don’t: Volume 2

In our previous entry we published “Ten Lessons They Should Learn in Girls’ Comics – but Don’t”. You know, lessons they just don’t learn in girls’ comics when if they had, they might have saved themselves (and everyone else) a lot of trouble, or gotten away with what they were up to. Well, the lessons don’t end there. There are so many lessons they should learn that now we present this followup: “Ten Lessons They Should Learn in Girls’ Comics – but Don’t: Volume 2”.

1: Beware the Greeks, even when they offer gifts.

Image credit: “Tears of a Clown”, Jinty 1980.

2: Girls are not statues.

Image credit: “Stefa’s Heart of Stone”, Jinty 1976.

3: Freezing up because of grief only leads to more grief.

Image credit: “Stefa’s Heart of Stone”, Jinty 1976.

4: Parents who expect consideration from their children should show them consideration too.

Image credit: “Hard Times for Helen”, Judy 1984-85.

5: Don’t bring strange things home.

Image credit: “What’s Wrong with Rhona?”, Tammy 1977.

6: When they warn you to get rid of something, get rid of it.

Image credit: “Secret of the Skulls”, Tammy 1976.

7: When they warn you to leave well alone, leave well alone.

Image credit: “Leaves in the Wind”, Tammy 1977-78.

8: Don’t suffer in silence.

Image credit: “Witch!”, Bunty 1991.

9: Always destroy something suspiciously evil in the first place.

Image credit: “Secret of the Skulls”, Tammy 1976.

10: If you’re out to commit the perfect crime, don’t make your game too obvious.

Image credit: “Tricia’s Tragedy”, Jinty 1975.

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