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  • Her tail is not the traditional smooth green-scaled muscle, but seems ragged - tendrils of deep brown rather than scales.

    Valentines, part the first

  • In her dream the road is a river, and the river's a road, a twisting turning green-scaled monster that follows a fool wherever he runs.

    NOVEL EXCERPT: Jimmy Gollihue

  • ┬áThe green-scaled surface was swirled with oil-slick, orange and yellow in the patchy light, and pieces trash often floated in the middle, unnatural blossoms waiting to waterlog into the mud.

    To Be A Child (Part II of III)

  • Three jesting Fates, green-scaled, bulge out from the roof shingles of the old church, laughing, playing.

    Poem

  • Not only did the 50-year-old doll from Mattel beat out the green-scaled Creature, but she outclassed models from The Exorcist, Invasion of the Saucermen and even an action figure of Rondo Hatton himself, the obscure 1940s horror actor who inspired the fan awards.

    Archive 2009-03-22

  • In an issue of Baffling Mysteries, two green-scaled humanoids abduct a scantily clad blonde, telling her, We have long sought a queen!

    Grand Theft Childhood

  • The action caused its large muscles to ripple beneath thick, green-scaled skin.

    Creative Couplings

  • Three grunting, green-scaled demons with shoulder horns sat at a far table playing five-card stud, using desiccated human ears as poker chips.

    Monolith

  • Still, they made no move to shoot them or march them along to prison, and no green-scaled figures seemed to be converging on them from either the terrace or the towers.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • Knots of massive, green-scaled reptilian bodies clustered near the greenish tents.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

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