Squick 2: The Squickening
Oh dear lord.
from Tip-Top Comics #202
Sorry, Sandy, the "Hello, boys" pose and the phrase "the newest in near-human dolls" are not doing anything to disabuse me of my previous notions. And the lipstick and plucked eyebrows are pushing this into Toddlers and Tiaras territory.
Also, apparently her wonderskin is no longer rubber but "just like a real baby's." I would ask how Novelty Mart got such a large supply of baby skin but I don't really want to know the answer.
Oh, the things you stumble across when you're scanning old comics.
from Tip-Top Comics #146
There is so much wrong with this ad. As if the image of a baby with long wavy hair wasn't disturbing enough, she also drinks and wets herself and then passes out. She has "rubber wonderskin," whatever that is. Also, it really looks like she's wearing lipstick.
You just know Sandy was created to cater to some distributor's creepy fetishes. There's probably a hidden orifice somewhere, too, lined with rubber wonderskin and life-like hair.
Also, "bottle of doll hair lotion." Sure. Doll hair. That's what the lotion for. Sicko.