This is one of the hardest ones to read I’ve seen yet!P3 – Trouble reading the narration.P6 – Not sure about “snakes.” Two other words I couldn’t make out.P7 – Not sure about “Paul.”P8 – Not sure about “imbecile” or “attached.”
P1 – Annie, by Jay Maeder and Alan Kupperberg / “Death Worms From Planet X!” Of all the lousy movies! And I’ve made some real trash, Annie!P2 – “Behold, the moon is full! But the shadow of the Worm Goddess falls not yet upon the land.” Boy, the Worm Goddess must have written this.P3 – Italian police now release three detainees. / Lack of evidence! Ho! We are crafty fellows! / Let us find our truck and return to our moviemaking brothers.P4 – But stay not far behind them / They have boarded the train, my Commander! / Very well.P5 – Our birds fly, Count Oliviero. They will be with you soon. / Thanks, Chief. I’ll be in touch.P6 – Aha! Now the action begins! Three (something) men returning to the film set … two them terrorist snakes … and one a (something) agent infiltrator! / Jay Maeder and Alan Kupperberg 3-10-02P7 – Count Oliviero, tomorrow we move to location shooting in the hills. Surely too rugged for you. But we have enjoyed your company. / But no! I wish to observe all! How I love the cinema! I will go with you, Paul.P8 – Oh! (or Eh!) Our imbecile producer will not leave! / The man has attached himself to us. Hmmm. I wonder …P9 – Nope! Count Oliviero goes nowhere! Because he’s got unfinished business with your rotten kind!