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Preview: Bettie Page: Curse of the Banshee #5

Bettie Page: Curse of the Banshee #5

Writer: Stephen Mooney
artist: Jethro Morales
covers: Marat Mychaels (A), Joseph Michael Linsner (B), Stephen Mooney (C), Rachel Hollon Cosplay Variant (D), Bettie Page Vintage Pin-up (E), Marat Mychaels (RI-F/Pencils), Rachel Hollon Cosplay Variant (RI-G/BW), Joseph Michael Linsner (RI-H/BW)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

The pin-up queen… of adventure is back! Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents: Bettie Page in “The Curse of the Banshee!”

This is it! The Irish adventure of Bettie Page is almost over? Will she escape the forever curse of the Banshee and return, unscathed, the life of a Hollywood starlet?

Written by Stephen Mooney, ably assisted by artist Jethro “Jet” Morales and a host of incredible covers artists, cosplay goddesses and the queen of the pin-up herself – Bettie Page!

Covers by: Marat Mychaels, Joseph Michael Linsner, Stephen Mooney, Rachel Hollon (Cosplay) and Bettie Page (Vintage Pin-Up Photo) Stephen Mooney has worked for DC, Marvel and a host of other publishers, but is perhaps best-known as the creator (AND writer AND artist) of Half-Past Danger!

Bettie Page: Curse of the Banshee #5

Preview: Bettie Page: Curse of the Banshee #3

Bettie Page: Curse of the Banshee #3

writer: Stephen Mooney
artist: Jethro Morales
covers: Marat Mychaels (A), Joseph Michael Linsner (B), Stephen Mooney (C), Ani-Mia Cosplay Variant (D), Bettie Page Vintage Pin-up (E), Stephen Mooney (RI-F/Pencils), Marat Mychaels (RI-G/Pencils), Joseph Michael Linsner (RI-H/Pencils), Stephen Mooney (RI-I/BW), Marat Mychaels (RI-J/BW), Ani-Mia Cosplay Variant (RI-K/BW), Joseph Michael Linsner (RI-L/BW)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

The pin-up queen… of adventure is back! Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents: Bettie Page in “The Curse of the Banshee!”

An all-new Bettie Page series under the guidance of writer Stephen Mooney, ably assisted by artist Jethro “Jet” Morales and a host of incredible covers artists, cosplay goddesses and the queen of the pin-up herself – Bettie Page!

In issue 3 Bettie and the Bansee seem to become as one as the curse unfolds all around our hero in high heels (or, sensible flats!) Plus: more clues as to the whereabouts of the Key Artefact.

Bettie Page: Curse of the Banshee #3

Preview: Bettie Page: Curse of The Banshee #2

Bettie Page: Curse of The Banshee #2

writer: Stephen Mooney
artist: Jethro Morales
covers: Marat Mychaels (A), Joseph Michael Linsner (B), Stephen Mooney (C), Rachel Hollon Cosplay Variant (D), Bettie Page Vintage Pin-up (E), Stephen Mooney (RI/Pencils), Marat Mychaels (RI/Pencils), Joseph Michael Linsner (RI/Pencils), Stephen Mooney (RI/BW), Marat Mychaels (RI/BW), Rachel Hollon Cosplay Variant (RI/BW)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

The pin-up queen… of adventure is back! Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents: Bettie Page in “The Curse of the Banshee!”

An all-new Bettie Page series under the guidance of writer Stephen Mooney, ably assisted by artist Jethro “Jet” Morales and a host of incredible covers artists, cosplay goddesses and the queen of the pin-up herself – Bettie Page!

In issue #2, things are not as they appear to be in Ireland as Bettie comes face-to-face with the mysterious Banshee. But, with the ability to alter its shape, the Banshee continues to prove an elusive mystery, one which Bettie Page finds herself hard-pressed to solve!

Bettie Page: Curse of The Banshee #2

Dynamite Does Homage Covers to Rob Liefeld in September

This September Dynamite and artist Brent Peeples show respect to one of the industry’s most influential figures with a 5-piece set of variant covers homaging Rob Liefeld‘s famous covers!

Artist Brent Peeples brings maximum effort to these covers that mirror some of the most recognizable covers of all time. Brent and Rob have worked together on the smash-hit Major X and other projects together, so there is respect and admiration in these pieces.

All six of these covers grace Dynamite’s top titles. The Princess of Mars has green martians in her sights, as Dejah Thoris #8 calls back to New Mutants #87Rob’s second issue on the title. Arguably even more iconic is the 98th issue of that series, which Killing Red Sonja #5‘s cast stepping in for a merc with a mouth. Bettie Page #3 reenacts the pivotal next issue that moved toward a huge shift in Liefeld’s career and the industry as a whole. Vampirella/Red Sonja #11 places those two Women of Dynamite into the iconic image of X-Force #1. The blockbuster second and third issues of that record-breaking series are spotlighted with Red Sonja #19 and Vampirella #14.

Dynamite Celebrates Independence Day with 3 Special Variants

This summer season, Dynamite is bringing the heat with a trio of collectible variant covers celebrating July 4th and American Independence. A diverse international set of creators pay tribute to the American-born medium and characters they love.

Joined by a fun background of apple pies, Bettie Page is herself an American icon of that caliber. Her work in pinup art and as a symbol of beauty and feminity has influenced countless artists within her home nation and around the world. Italian Vincenzo Federici, interior artist for the title, pencils, inks, and colors this fun and flirty cover for the second issue of Karla Pacheco‘s upcoming yarn.

Bettie Page #2 variant

Fellow Italian Alessandro Miracolo portrays the She-Devil With a Sword celebrating the holiday in the shadow of the Washington Monument and dangerously standing atop a stack of fireworks with blade and flag in hand. Don’t try this at home, kids. Irish colorist and series regular Ellie Wright makes sure the red, white and blue pop. It can be argued that the Hyrkanian heroine’s backstory is firmly tied to America, with her creation by Robert E. Howard in stories originally serialized in pulp magazines native to the States. Then expanded by Roy Thomas, who was a student of history and followed in the footsteps of comic and pulp innovators before him. Though always with an international flair, with renowned artists such as Esteban Maroto, Lucio Parrillo, Carlos Gomez, and more.

Red Sonja #18 variant

American artist Justin Mason has Vampirella in an even more dangerous position, straddling a giant explosive with lit sparklers. Though the sweet Uncle Sam style hat makes up for that and we’ll pretend she’s following proper safety precautions. The colors by Kike J. Diaz really bring the background fireworks to life. Similar to Sonja, the Daughter of Drakulon’s creation has a bit of American flavor. James Warren’s black and white magazines were able to dodge the censorship that plagued the comics industry for years. Do you think Drakulon has an independence day?

Vampirella #13 variant

Bettie Page Returns in New Series from Karla Pacheco, Vincenzo Federici, Rebecca Nalty, and Becca Carey

Bettie Page is back and better than ever, with a new alternate history twist making her a true Hollywood star in the making – and suspect to a murder!

Writer Karla Pacheco brings her kickass skill and sensibilities to another iconic babe, building up a new yarn for Bettie that’s part pulp noir, part pin-up, stylized yet realistic. She’s joined by Italian artist Vincenzo Federici, who’s drawn the “Dark Angel” before. Rounding out the team are colorist Rebecca Nalty and letterer Becca Carey.

In this series, Bettie has moved from New York to Hollywood sometime around 1954. She’s transitioned into more minor acting working, with theater success and bit parts in B-movies. Though she’s still challenged navigating the sticky swamp of producers, perps, pumps, and pushers who call La La Land home and want a piece of the pie – and Bettie. The question is – does Bettie Page find trouble, or does trouble find her? Signing on for a supporting role in a “tastefully sensual” fantasy film set on an idyllic tropical island, she’s wrapped up in a new environment and colorful cast of characters. Until someone is murdered and a massive storm hits!

For such an iconic woman, a crop of all-star artists are contributing covers! Junggeun Yoon leads the pack, joined by Kano and of course the legendary Joseph Michael Linsner. Riki Le Cotey marks a first with a cosplay cover. The real-life Bettie herself is featured on two photo cover variants, one nice and one naughty. Plus a slick homage to Frank Miller from Stephen Mooney.

Preview: Bettie Page: Princess and The Pin-Up TP

Bettie Page: Princess and The Pin-Up TP

writer: David Avallone
artist: Julius Ohta, Jordan Michael Johnson
cover: Scott Chantler
FC | 132 pages | $19.99 | Action/Adventure | Teen+

The brand-new Queen of England has mysteriously vanished, and British Intelligence needs a helping hand from the world’s greatest model spy! Can Bettie the First find Elizabeth the Second before the news gets out and panics all of Great Britain? Are UFOs involved?

David Avallone (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Julius Ohta (Sherlock Holmes) & JORDAN MICHAEL JOHNSON show you all the stuff they cut out of the THE CROWN, as Bettie returns in THE PRINCESS AND THE PINUP!

Bettie Page: Princess and The Pin-Up TP

Preview: Bettie Page: Unbound #10

Bettie Page: Unbound #10

writer: David Avallone
artist: Julius Ohta
covers: John Royle (A), Anthony Marques (B), Kelsey Shannon (C), Julius Ohta (D), Photo Cover (E)
Photo Cover (RI-Virgin), Kelsey Shannon (RI-Virgin), Anthony Marques (RI-Virgin), John Royle (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

The Duplanoids stand ready to take over the planet, and only one lone pinup-model-turned-spy can stop them! The Invasion of the Bettie Snatchers reaches its senses-shattering climax in Bettie Page: Unbound #10, from writer David Avallone (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark) and artist Julius Ohta (Sherlock Holmes).

Bettie Page: Unbound #10

Preview: Bettie Page: Unbound #9

Bettie Page: Unbound #9

writer: David Avallone
artist: Julius Ohta, Pasquale Qualano
covers: John Royle (A), Scott Chantler (B), Jerome K. Moore (C), Matt Gaudio (D), Photo Cover (E)
Photo Cover (RI-Virgin), Jerome K. Moore (RI-Virgin), Scott Chantler (RI-Virgin), Matt Gaudio (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

Model Agent Bettie Page’s mission to save the world from every type of nemesis you can think of (Elder gods, we are looking at you) continues with style, as she takes on her most dangerous foe yet!

Bettie Page: Unbound #9

Preview: Bettie Page: Unbound #6

Bettie Page: Unbound #6

writer: David Avallone
artist: Julius Ohta
covers: John Royle (A), Scott Chantler (B), David Williams (C), Pasquale Qualano (D)
Photo Cover (E), Photo Cover (RI-Virgin), David Williams (RI-Virgin), Scott Chantler (RI-Virgin), Pasquale Qualano (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

It’s almost 1953, and Americans are afraid. There are flying saucers in the sky, a Commie spy under every bed…and something even more dangerous might be attacking America…from within! It’s up to Model Agent Bettie Page to find out what it is…and stop it. A new storyline begins with… The Invasion of the Bettie Snatchers!

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