- Millions of men in the world, and it hadda be a female, who freed me! Oh well...
- -- Genie
Appearing in "Patsy and her Genie!"
- Unnamed genie
- Marilyn Monroe (Mentioned)
- Cary Grant (Mentioned)
- Mary Walker
- Stanley Walker (Cameo)
- Mickley Walker (Cameo)
- Tiger (Cameo)
- Mr. Krautmann
Synopsis for "Patsy and her Genie!"
Due to adoring antique shop, Patsy drags Buzz in there to browse their wares. Noticing a lamp that reminded her of Aladdin, she begins to rub it, and was shock to see a genie popped out (With Buzz fainting in surprise.) wanting to test if it's real, she told the genie that she wishes to look like Marilyn Monroe and was surprised to see it work. She ask to change back, however, when Buzz (Who woke up) nearly fainted again after being informed that it was Patsy inside Marilyn's body. She then decided to do something nice by wishing for the genie to give Buzz a famous actor's face (Cary Grant), which cause him to faint again. Changing Buzz back to normal the genie ask Patsy to return to his lamp. Surprise Patsy asks why he doesn't like being out and the genie explain that every time he's out someone always uses him to do all sorts of kooky things and prefer the peacefulness in his lamp.
Promising she'll sent him back after doing a few more things. She then wish to become a air stewardess which the genie grants. She's happily surprise to see she is one in an airplane, though quickly notice people freaking out at not only her surprising appearance but also the genie as well as she didn't realize he be brought along as well. Wishing herself back at the store, she ask where Buzz went with the genie noting he heard someone screaming as they went outside and note it was probably him. She then wishes Hedy here to gloat about the genie but was flummox as she notes Hedy was less than impress and want to go back home to study. trying again, she wishes for the genie to make a duplicate Hedy, but once again she was less than impressed with what the genie did and more infatuated with the duplicate of herself. Annoyed at not getting the proper reaction, she then asks the increasingly exasperated Genie to make Hedy think everybody she sees is actually Patsy. as she notices the multiple Patsy, she then left quickly in shock surprise.
Getting tired of Patsy antics, the genie decide that Patsy shall become the genie and he'll be freed, before Patsy could do anything otherwise, she found herself stuck inside the lamp and ask to be released and promise she won't ask any more from the genie, the genie agrees and turns everything the way it was before Patsy rubs the lamp. With a whoosh effect, Patsy sees she now standing with Buzz as he notices the Lamp when he says Patsy should rub it to see if a genie inside, Patsy grabs him and drags him outside quickly. Buzz asked her why the sudden change of heart with Patsy saying it was due to something she dreamt, or hope she dreamt.
Appearing in "A Proposal For Patsy"
Synopsis for "A Proposal For Patsy"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "When Friends Fall Out!"
Synopsis for "When Friends Fall Out!"
While watching the dishes Mary asked Patsy why Nan hasn't visited, Patsy tells her that unlike Hedy, Nan was her loyal friend and wouldn't forget about her. She then spots the aforementioned two outside talking about something. Curious, she walks out the door but to her surprise, both Hedy and Nan made a quick exit. The next day at Krautmann's sodas, Patsy tries to talk to Nan about what happened yesterday but was brushed off as Nan says she had to go hang out with Hedy. feeling depressed, as she thought Nan ditch her for Hedy up to the next day, she decided to take a walk to clear her head when she walks in and was shock to see a surprise birthday party for her. Nan explained that both she and Hedy threw it and were avoiding her cause they didn't want her to suspect anything with Hedy adding Patsy probably thought they were mad at her. Patsy assures both that she wouldn't have thought that for a second as she trusts all her friends.
- "Patsy and her Genie!:" While Marilyn Monroe was presumably still alive when this story was written and drawn, by the time this issue hit the newsstands, she had been dead for two months.
- Defenders #89 reveals that the Patsy Walker stories published between 1944 and 1965 were the fictional works of Dorothy Walker on Earth-616 that were loosely based upon the real life story of her daughter Patricia, who later became the costumed hero Hellcat.
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