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Betty Boop Angel & Devil Pop! are Coming Soon from Funko

Pop! Animation: Angel Betty Boop and Devil Betty Boop are coming soon from Funko.

Bring some Jazz Age flapper swagger to your collection with an angelic 
Betty Boop dressed in white and playing a golden harp. Betty’s red lipstick,
nail polish, heart garter and heels bring a pop of color and sass to her
otherwise innocent appearance.

Pop! Animation: Angel Betty Boop

If you prefer a darker and slightly more menacing version of Betty Boop,
Devil Betty Boop is dressed entirely in red from the horns on her head to her read forked tail and the trident she brandishes ominously in her hands.

Pop! Animation: Devil Betty Boop

Pop! Animation: Betty Boop this September

“Boop-oop-a-doop”

Bring some Jazz Age flapper swagger to your collection with the soon-to-be-released Betty Boop with Pudgy Pop! vinyl figure. With her characteristic red dress and heels, canine companion Pudgy and good-natured spirit, Betty should be a vibrant and welcome addition to any collection.

Pop! Animation: Betty Boop is out this September from Funko.

Look for the black and white version of Betty Boop with Pudgy at Entertainment Earth! Look for the Chase! Shown in a red dress.

Preview: Betty Boop TP

Betty Boop TP

writer: Roger Langridge
artist: Gisele Lagace
cover: Howard Chaykin
FC • 104+ pages • $15.99 • Teen+
COLLECTS ISSUES 1-4

The most famous female cartoon star of all is back! All-new adventures of Betty Boop (with her pals Koko the Clown and Bimbo, natch!) by award-winning writer Roger Langridge and Gisele Lagace. Join Betty as she works at the Oop-A-Doop Club, dreams of hitting the big-time, looks after her old Grampy, fights ghosts and giant bugs, dances to hot jazz, and much more!

Preview: Betty Boop #4

Betty Boop #4

writer: Roger Langridge
artist: Gisèle Lagacé
covers: Roger Langridge (a), J. Bone (b)
incentive cover: J. Bone (B/W art)
Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

Betty may have finally hit the big time, because movie star Lex Linton wants her to be his leading lady! But all is not what it seems…and Betty, Bimbo, Koko and the gang may have to escape the Underworld itself before it’s all over! More thrills, laughs and swingin’ tunes – just the way you like ‘em!

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Preview: Betty Boop #3

Betty Boop #3

writer: Roger Langridge
artist: Gisèle Lagacé
covers: Roger Langridge (a), J. Bone (b)
incentive cover: J. Bone (B/W art)
Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

Bugs, bugs, bugs! The town is overrun with them! Sprays can’t get rid of them… Grampy’s inventions can’t shift them… and they’re getting bigger and bigger! Join Betty Boop, Koko, Bimbo and friends as they not only take on the insect kingdom, but also meet a record producer! Opportunity is finally knocking… or is that just the sound of deathwatch beetles?

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Preview: Betty Boop #2

Betty Boop #2

writer: Roger Langridge
artist: Gisèle Lagacé
covers: Roger Langridge (a), J. Bone (b),
incentive cover: J. Bone (B/W art)
Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • All Ages

Lenny Lizardlips wants to turn Grampy’s house into a nightclub to bring hot tunes to the widows and orphans. A noble goal, surely? But all is not what it seems. Fiendish deeds are afoot! Time to call… the Department of Jazz! Brand-new, Fleischer-styled hijinks for Betty Boop, Koko, Bimbo and her friends.

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Preview: Betty Boop #1

Betty Boop #1

writer: Roger Langridge
artist: Gisele Lagace
covers: Howard Chaykin (a), Roger Langridge (b), Gisele Legace “Halloween Costume” (c), Fleischer Character Sheet Variant (d), J. Bone “Coloring Book Variant” (e)
incentive cover: Howard Chaykin (B/W art)
Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • All Ages

The most famous female cartoon star of all is back – and Dynamite has her! All-new adventures of Betty Boop (with her pals Koko the Clown and Bimbo, natch!) by award-winning writer Roger Langridge and Gisèle Lagacé. Join Betty as she works at the Oop-A-Doop Club, dreams of hitting the big-time, looks after her old Grampy… oh yeah, and FIGHTS GHOSTS! (Betty was always ahead of her time!)

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Dynamite Announces Betty Boop Publishing Deal

Dynamite Entertainment has announced a publishing deal with Fleischer Studios and King Features Syndicate that would bring Betty Boop, the first female animated screen star, to comics for the first time in over twenty years.

First introduced in 1930, Betty Boop was created by Max Fleischer for his Talkartoons series, the first “talkies” of animation, which Max’s company, Fleischer Studios, produced for Paramount. Mae Questel provided Betty’s distinctive voice. By 1932, Betty — considered to be the first and only female animated screen star — had taken the country by storm. Betty starred in more than 100 cartoons, 90 of which are included in the official Betty Boop series, which ended in 1939. Since then, Betty has appeared in dozens of hit movies, television specials, and commercials. She was the first cartoon character to be profiled by A&E’s Biography series.

Betty Boop – The Original ‘It’ Girl – Gets a New Graphic Novel Collection!

BettyBoopTitan Comics is pleased to announce a brand-new newspaper comic strip collection of Betty Boop – the classic 1930s icon created by animation legend, Max Fleischer. The Definitive Betty Boop: The Classic Comic Strip Collection is due to hit stores September 2015.

Before Marilyn Monroe, Madonna and Lady Gaga, Betty booped and wriggled her way into hearts worldwide with her unique mix of wide-eyed innocence and powerful cartoon sensuality. And she’s now set to win over a whole new generation of fans, following the recent announcement of a new feature-length film, set to be produced by Simon Cowell’s (X Factor) Syco production company and Animal Logic.

Since making her public debut 84 years ago in the 1930 cartoon Dizzy Dishes (part of the lauded Talkartoon series from Fleischer Studios and Paramount Pictures), the original celluloid siren has gone on to become a household brand name, a huge licensed property hit, and still remains animation’s first leading lady and a glamorous international icon.

Betty’s first appearance in comics was in a newspaper strip drawn by Bud Counihan, distributed by King Features Syndicate from 1934 to 1937. This beautiful new volume from Titan Comics collects together for the first time ever Betty’s adventures as they appeared in the funny pages of daily newspapers from the 1930s, capturing all the cheeky fun embodied by the character. The collection also comes with an authoritative introduction and the history of Betty Boop.

The Definitive Betty Boop: The Classic Comic Strip Collection is due to hit stores September 2015 and will be available to read on the iPad, iPhone, Web, Android and Kindle Fire, exclusively comiXology.