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''Misty'' was a British comic for girls published by Creator/{{Fleetway}} in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with ''Tammy'' on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates ''ComicBook/{{Tammy}}'' and ''ComicBook/{{Jinty}}'', each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.

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''Misty'' was a British comic for girls published by Creator/{{Fleetway}} Fleetway in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with ''Tammy'' on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates ''ComicBook/{{Tammy}}'' and ''ComicBook/{{Jinty}}'', each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.
stories. The title was created mainly by Pat Mills, on a hot streak following ''Comicbook/{{Battle}}'', ''Comicbook/{{Action}}'' and ''Comicbook/TwoThousandAD'' and continued the ethos of those titles, with a focus on [[DarkerAndEdgier modern, creepier, gorier horror]] than earlier horror comics.


Misty was a British comic for girls published by Creator/{{Fleetway}} in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates ComicBook/{{Tammy}} and ComicBook/{{Jinty}}, each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.

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Misty [[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/misty_midnight_world.png]]
''Misty''
was a British comic for girls published by Creator/{{Fleetway}} in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy ''Tammy'' on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates ComicBook/{{Tammy}} ''ComicBook/{{Tammy}}'' and ComicBook/{{Jinty}}, ''ComicBook/{{Jinty}}'', each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.



* YourDaysAreNumbered: After making her DealWithTheDevil, Sandy has at least a year before her soul is claimed for Hell.

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* YourDaysAreNumbered: After making her DealWithTheDevil, Sandy has at least a year before her soul is claimed for Hell.Hell.
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The title was reused by Rebellion for the 2017 HalloweenSpecial comic ''Scream! & Misty'' (''Scream!'' having been Fleetway's horror comic for boys).


* PsychicPowers: The heroine of the annual story "Moonchild" possesses telekinesis, and like {{Carrie}} eventually uses it against the girls who bullied her.

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* PsychicPowers: The heroine of the annual story "Moonchild" possesses telekinesis, and like {{Carrie}} Literature/{{Carrie}} eventually uses it against the girls who bullied her.



* ThreeWishes: The heroine of "The Evil Djinn" receives these after saving a JerkAssGenie from choking to death. The first two wishes (for legally gained wealth, and for the heroine's sister to be alive again) have negative consequences, so in an act of LaserGuidedKarma she uses the last wish to wish that she had never met the genie, and the genie dies.

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* ThreeWishes: The heroine of "The Evil Djinn" receives these after saving a JerkAssGenie JackassGenie from choking to death. The first two wishes (for legally gained wealth, and for the heroine's sister to be alive again) have negative consequences, so in an act of LaserGuidedKarma she uses the last wish to wish that she had never met the genie, and the genie dies.


Misty was a British comic for girls published by Fleetway in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates ComicBook/{{Tammy}} and ComicBook/{{Jinty}}, each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.

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Misty was a British comic for girls published by Fleetway Creator/{{Fleetway}} in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates ComicBook/{{Tammy}} and ComicBook/{{Jinty}}, each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.

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* ReincarnationRomance: Subverted in "Day of the Dragon", where a girl learns that in a previous life she committed suicide to escape a forced marriage; her husband-to-be, an evil sorcerer, has also reincarnated and is keen to pick up where they left off. The girl is considerably less excited at the prospect.

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* TrappedInThePast: The concept of "End of the Line" - the heroine's father and the other engineers he works with enter a time slip and are being held underground as slaves by an evil Victorian, forcing the heroine to try and find a way to save him.


%% * AssholeVictim: Several of the heroines.

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%% * AssholeVictim: Several of the heroines.'heroines' were delinquents or bullies, fully deserving of whatever horrible fate befell them.


* BeCarefulWhatYouwishFor: Even the most innocent wishes would usually lead to a bad ending.

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* BeCarefulWhatYouwishFor: BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Even the most innocent wishes would usually lead to a bad ending.


* TheTwist: The ending of ''Mr. Walenski's Secret'' - there's nothing supernatural about Mr Walenski's behaviour; he's a concentration camp survivor, the box he always carries with him contains his memories of his family, and the man he's regularly seen in the company of is a private detective hired to trace Mr Walenski's only surviving child.

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* TheTwist: TwistEnding: The ending of ''Mr. Walenski's Secret'' - there's nothing supernatural about Mr Walenski's behaviour; he's a concentration camp survivor, the box he always carries with him contains his memories of his family, and the man he's regularly seen in the company of is a private detective hired to trace Mr Walenski's only surviving child.


* PlayingWithFire: The Salamander Girl - The adventures of Salah, a girl born from a fire; who has pyrokinetic powers and a mysterious salamander symbol on her shoulder.

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* PlayingWithFire: The Salah from "The Salamander Girl - The adventures of Salah, a girl born from a fire; who has pyrokinetic powers and a mysterious salamander symbol on her shoulder.Girl".

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* BeCarefulWhatYouwishFor: Even the most innocent wishes would usually lead to a bad ending.


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* EvilTwin: In "Stranger In My Mirror", Mary falls victim to an evil reflection which escapes from her mirror and does terrible things, leading everyone to believe Mary is responsible.


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* InterspeciesRomance: The protagonists of "The Curse of Castle Krumlaut" are a married couple consisting of a werewolf and a vampire.


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* PlayingWithFire: The Salamander Girl - The adventures of Salah, a girl born from a fire; who has pyrokinetic powers and a mysterious salamander symbol on her shoulder.


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** Sally of ''The Secret World of Sally Maxwell''.


* {{Reincarnation}}: "Hush, Hush, Sweet Rachel".

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* {{Reincarnation}}: "Hush, Hush, Sweet Rachel".Rachel", "Day of the Dragon".


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* TheTwist: The ending of ''Mr. Walenski's Secret'' - there's nothing supernatural about Mr Walenski's behaviour; he's a concentration camp survivor, the box he always carries with him contains his memories of his family, and the man he's regularly seen in the company of is a private detective hired to trace Mr Walenski's only surviving child.


* AssholeVictim: Several of the heroines.

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%% * AssholeVictim: Several of the heroines.



* DownerEnding / BittersweetEnding: There were very few genuinely happy endings in the stories. The exceptions were usually very much a case of EarnYourHappyEnding

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* DownerEnding / BittersweetEnding: DownerEnding: There were very few genuinely happy endings in the stories. The exceptions were usually very much a case of EarnYourHappyEndingEarnYourHappyEnding.


Misty was a British comic for girls published by Fleetway in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates Tammy and Jinty, each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.

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Misty was a British comic for girls published by Fleetway in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy on 19 January 1980. While there were similarities with its Fleetway stablemates Tammy ComicBook/{{Tammy}} and Jinty, ComicBook/{{Jinty}}, each comic had its own focus, with Misty concentrating on supernatural and horror stories.

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