A retired actor, who played a superhero, is inadvertently invited to a comic convention thirty years after her last film. When she arrives at the convention no one seems to believe who she is. Eventually, she discovers she no longer owns the rights to her appearance, voice, and name.
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Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew.
Opening and closing were composed and created by Matthew Erdmann.
Produced by Makeshift Studios
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