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That Mysterious Bloom: Day 21

February 21st, 2017

(from “The Day All Hell Broke Loose” by Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin, Paris Cullins, Gary Martin & Bill Collins in Blue Devil Annual #1, 1985) The dispute over the specimen’s pedigree continues to rage among experts.

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 15

February 15th, 2017

(from “Will the Real Black Orchid Please Stand Up?” by Michael Fleisher, Russell Carley and Fred Carrillo in The Phantom Stranger #41, February-March 1976) Don’t be fooled by superficial similarities. A true black orchid has unmistakable qualities.

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 14

February 14th, 2017

(from “The Black Orchid Conspiracy” by Michael Fleisher, Russell Carley and Fred Carrillo in The Phantom Stranger #40, December-January 1975/1976) Be wary of crowding your orchids, lest they compete for essential resources.

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 13

February 13th, 2017

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 12

February 12th, 2017

(from “The Secret of the Black Orchid” by Michael Fleisher, Russell Carley and Fred Carrillo in The Phantom Stranger #38, August-September 1975) Even the hardiest of orchids require regular care.

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 11

February 11th, 2017

(from “The Crime Computer” by Sheldon Mayer and Nestor Redondo in The Phantom Stranger #36, April-May 1975) Some truly dedicated enthusiasts hold onto the flower’s discarded petals as keepsakes.

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 10

February 10th, 2017

(from “The Black Orchid Is Watching You!” by Sheldon Mayer and Nestor Redondo in The Phantom Stranger #35, February-March 1975) This rare specimen makes an indelible impression on all who have beheld it.

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 8

February 8th, 2017

(from “Island of Fear” by Sheldon Mayer and Tony DeZuniga in The Phantom Stranger #31, June-July 1974) An orchid’s magnificence can be further enhanced by the strategic placement of other blossoms.

That Mysterious Bloom: Day 7

February 7th, 2017

(from “Island of Fear” by Sheldon Mayer and Tony DeZuniga in The Phantom Stranger #31, June-July 1974) Cultivators should only move on to some of the more exotic varieties after experiencing consistent success with easier subjects.

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