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He appears to be reading "Chilling Adventures in Sorcery as Told by Sabrina #1" from September 1972.


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I'd like to quote a poem called The Lady of Shalott in my answer. There is a term used in it which is "glassy countenance" which I think could sum up what you mean. She is detached and blank-looking, but also could be described as an eccedentesiast, which means someone who hides their feelings behind a curtain of indifference or a weak smile. Also, Cheryl ...


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