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All Girl Thrills
solid writing
skilled art
historical bonus 3
total score 7
All Girl Thrills
Only Printing / March, 1971 / 36 Pages / The Print Mint

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In Patrick Rosenkranz's terrific tome, Rebel Visions, Barbara "Willie" Mendes says that "Don Donahue said All Girl Thrills was the worst comic he ever saw." Now, I can't pretend to know more about this than the legendary Donahue, who not only saw some of the finest comic books ever made but also published them, but I will declare his opinion is severely misinformed. All Girl Thrills is a fine comic book and in fact is sometimes visually stunning, thanks to Willy Mendes (I need to track down the book to scan some sample pages, which are not yet loaded on this site).

Trina Robbins also lends her seasoned and graceful lines to the book, which are put to good use in her 10-page tale "Speed Queen." All things considered, All Girl Thrills is pretty damn likable for the second comic book in history to feature all women creators.
The Print Mint produced approximately 10,000 copies of this comic book. It has not been reprinted

Trina Robbins - 1, 2, 11, 13-16, 25-34
Barbara "Willy" Mendes - 3-10, 12, 17-18, 23, 35-36
Julie Wood (aka Jewel and aka Julie Goodvibes) - 19-22, 24