Read Bettie Page #1 as Dynamite Promotes a Terry Dodson-Inspired Statue

Dynamite Entertainment has sent us the first issue of their Bettie Page comics series to help promote their latest Kickstarter campaign for a new statue of the iconic beauty. Fans of the legendary pin-up model will be able to choose from one of three versions of a new statue based on the work of artist Terry Dodson. Bettie Page was big in the 1950s and '60s, then went through a major resurgence in the '90s when comic artist Dave Stevens 'cast' Miss Page as The Rocketeer's girlfriend Bettie in his popular independent comics series. The Dynamite "Terry Dodson Bettie Page Statue" Kickstarter campaign is live now and can be found here.

Today we have Bettie Page # by David Avallone and Colton Worley with the cover by Terry Dodson that inspired the statue:

She's more modest than Ms. Blaise, but peels more than Ms. Emma. She out-vamps Vampirella, but she's sweeter than Honey West. She put the mod in model, and the bangs in bang-bang. Now the world can know the truth: her classified adventures back in 1951 Hollywood have been declassified. Dynamite, David Avallone and Colton Worley are proud to present The Secret Diary of Bettie Page, in handy comic book form.

Bettie Page

The Dynamite Terry Dodson Bettie Page Statue Kickstarter is available for a limited time only. You can see the available rewards by visiting this link.

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About Dan Wickline

Has quietly been working at Bleeding Cool for over three years. He has written comics for Image, Top Cow, Shadowline, Avatar, IDW, Dynamite, Moonstone, Humanoids and Zenescope. He is the author of the Lucius Fogg series of novels and a published photographer.
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