Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair

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Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair
Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair
An issue of the Marvel Comics series.
Issue No. 22
Writer(s) Walter Simonson
Penciller(s) Walter Simonson
Inker(s) Klaus Janson
Colorist(s) George Roussos
Letterer(s) Rick Parker
Editor(s) Louise Jones and Jim Shooter
Cover Artist(s) Walter Simonson
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Published December 1980
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Plot Synopsis

Jolly's undercover mission continues as he pretends to be a civilian aboard a Fleet vessel. He meets a woman named Ligea who he develops feelings for. Finally he encounters a group of well equipped pirates who he observes stealing a whole warehouse of food stores. His investigation later reveals that Ligea is actually Medea, Sire Uri's ex-girlfriend! However, when Jolly ends up getting thrown in jail by security for sneaking around, Medea frees him to go after the bad guys - reaffirming his belief that she's a nice girl after all.