MILLIE THE LOVABLE MONSTER is a 1962 Dell comic from Bill "Katy Keene" Woggon. It's notable because of its focus not on monsters or ghosts or how lovable they are, but on that enduring pop culture touchstone - THE TWIST!!
You can tell Millie is lovable because of the nice hat. Is she fascinated by the twist, or by the incongruous beatniks? Those are some Jack Chick-lookin' beatniks.
LOOK. MILLIE IS DOING THE TWIST. SEE MILLIE TWIST. TWIST MILLIE TWIST.
What was that dance Millie was doing? I forgot. Whatever that dance is called, the one that involves twisting, please to be preventing it from being performed on these premises.
Millie's fame is spreading. Not because she's a giant purple and green monster that wears a hat and lives in a house with a pink ghost, but because she can do a stupid dance, just like fifty million regular teenagers.
You're great, Millie! Great at OBEYING THE LAW! The little hearts are Millie thinking about Kevin Bacon in FOOTLOOSE.
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