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Screwtooth (2006) - #1
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Cover Date: July 2006
Cover Price: US $ 2.95

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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue

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Did you ever wish for adventure? Have you ever held onto hope that something, ANYTHING would creep it's way closer to frighten the storybook back into you? Screwtooth examines the life of Plum, a sickly girl who stews alone, yearning to escape the endless toil of her boredom and solitude. Though sadly, some dreams can never be fulfilled, and some little girls stay trapped in their bedrooms forever. And then sometimes, SOMETIMES in special occasions of the deepest desperation, ever so slightly there is a shift in the wind and the tips of your fingers start to tingle and you know in your toes...that things are about to get interesting.

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