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BETTIE PAGE'S SECRET LIFE AS AN UNDERCOVER OPERATIVE IN 1950S HOLLYWOOD HAS BEEN DECLASSIFIED!

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In this latest telling, Ms. Page is more modest than Ms. Blaise, but peels more than Ms. Emma. She out-vamps Vampirella, but she's sweeter than Honey West. She puts 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 officially been declassified.

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Writer David Avallone says, "Like a lot of people my age, I 'discovered' Bettie Page through comics, when Dave Stevens used her to inspire the ingénue starlet of The Rocketeer. She's such a compelling, iconic figure, with such a fascinating life story, that I was thrilled when Dynamite Senior Editor Joe Rybandt asked me if I could build a comic book mini-series around her. After a lot of research into the life and times of Bettie, I chose to put her in Hollywood at the start of the fifties and the beginning of her modeling career. It's all f…

BOOM! STUDIOS ANNOUNCES KONG: GODS OF SKULL ISLAND

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In this stand-alone Kong story, the year is 1912, and a wealthy humanitarian has traveled to Skull Island with the purpose of civilizing the native Tagatu living there. Although the Tagatu accept his gifts and allow his team to live among hem, they’re devoted to their god… and the team soon discovers that Kong is very, very real.

See Also: Kong: The King of Skull Island - King Kong - Classic Movie Monster - Poster Print

“Somehow, the Tagatu survived for generations at the bottom of the food chain in the harshest, deadliest environment on Earth, and they worshipped Kong as a living god. I always wanted to see more of that tribe’s culture in the films—specifically the ‘Church of Kong’ and their relationship with Kong himself—but that wasn’t the story they were telling. Now, it’s the story we’re telling.” – Phillip Kennedy Johnson

BOOM! Studios’ Kong comics are based on Joe DeVito’s Skull Island and Merian C. Cooper’s King Kong. The publisher recently completed a 12-issue series, Kong o…

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark Coming To Comics From Dynamite

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From Dynamite Entertainment

Leading Publisher to Develop Comic Books and Merchandise Featuring the Iconic Horror Hostess

Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Elvira, Mistress of the Dark - the beloved horror icon brought to (after)life by actress Cassandra Peterson - will join their line of licensed pop culture properties courtesy of a new licensing agreement with Queen "B" Productions and DevlinAgency. The publisher will develop and manufacture a wide variety of product categories including comic books, trading cards, posters, lithographs, card games, and board games.


With her signature blend of sex appeal, fearlessness, sarcasm, and smarts, Elvira rose to stardom in 1981 as the nationally syndicated hostess of Elvira's Movie Macabre. Her distinct personality a hit with audiences everywhere, she evolved quickly into a cultural icon and film star (including two motion pictures, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and Elvira's Haunted Hills). Becoming a universal…

Geek-O-Rama: Dare To Be Stupid

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Mark Hamill Talks Alec Guinness' Influence on His Performance as Luke In 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'

Mark Hamill may owe his career to playing the fresh-faced hero of the Star Wars universe — that would be Luke Skywalker, for the four of you who’ve yet to see any of the franchise’s original entries. Yet he’ll be taking on a more mentor-like role in this winter’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, as his character trains Daisy Ridley’s Rey in the ways of the Force. In effect, he’ll be assuming something of an Obi-Wan Kenobi-esque function in the sequel, which led Yahoo Movies‘ Kevin Polowy to ask Hamill at last weekend’s D23 Expo about his relationship with co-star Alec Guinness during the original Star Wars.

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Jeff Leroy's "DRACULA IN A WOMENS PRISON" now on Vimeo/VOD!!

This one looks like pure Skinemax.

DRACULA IN A WOMENS PRISON, in the vein of classic Hammer Films, is now available to rent or buy on Vimeo.

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Sandra Bullock to Star in Netflix Thriller ‘Bi…

New Toy Tuesday - Galactica, Godzilla, Klaatu, Predator, Spock and David Lo Pan

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Battlestar Galactica Original MKI Viper Model Kit

More true to the original Battlestar Galactica TV series - the Original MKI Viper!
Highly detailed model kit with optional landing gear.
Requires paint and glue, not included.

The fan favorite Original MKI Viper from the 1978 TV series Battlestar Galactica gets updated tooling with this Battlestar Galactica Original MKI Viper Model Kit! Improved accuracy, optional landing gear, and much more detail make this the Viper you want to add to your collection. The Battlestar Galactica Original MKI Viper Model Kit requires paint and glue, not included. Ages 15 and up.

Price: $29.99 - Order Here

Big Trouble In Little China Ghost Lo Pan Glow in the Dark Pop! Vinyl Figure - Previews Exclusive

Funko has captured the ghostly appearance of David Lo Pan in his otherworldy form! Cast in translucent blue vinyl, with added glow highlights, this one will be a favorite for fans of John Carpenter's hilarious film, Big Trouble in Little China! The Big Tro…

The New Adventures of Flash Gordon (1979 - 1982 NBC)

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The animated series 'Flash Gordon' (1979 - 1982 NBC) was originally conceived as a live action film for television, but it soon became clear that live-action would be cost prohibitive, so an animated film was instead commissioned. The results were so well received that it was decided not to air it as a film, but instead as a series. The film was heavily re-edited to play as a weekly serial and many additional episodes were ordered. After the series was canceled, the original version of the film (which included a lengthy prologue and other scenes that were never seen in the series) aired under the title 'Flash Gordon: The Greatest Adventure of All.'

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As the show was originally conceived for prime time rather than Saturday mornings, the first season was more violent and featured 'sexier' women than other Saturday-morning shows of the period. It also ran as an updated version of an old-style chap…

Dynamite Entertainment Developing A New Barbarella Comic Book Series

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Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Barbarella's first ever comic series, timed this coming Fall to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the legendary heroine, will feature the writing talents of industry legend Mike Carey (Ultimate Fantastic Four, X-Men, Lucifer). Additionally, Jean-Marc Lofficier - longtime custodian of the Barbarella brand - will join Carey as supervisor on the project.

"In the 1960s, Jean-Claude Forest's Barbarella was a character who helped to define her era - the first emancipated heroine for a decade that questioned all rules and moral codes," says Mike Carey. "I'm hugely excited to be involved in re-inventing this classic and iconic character for the modern age, and introducing her to many readers who weren't even alive when she first travelled the spaceways."

Mike Carey is a British writer whose work spans comics, books, TV and film scripts, and radio plays. His novel The Girl with All the Gifts was an internatio…

New In The Store This Week! - And hey, how 'bout that nutty Star Wars Bar, Can you forget all those crazy creatures in there?

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Star Wars #2 (1977 Marvel) - August 1977 - Marvel Comics - Grade VF/NM

Based on the screenplay by George Lucas. Adapted by Roy Thomas. Art by Howard Chaykin and Steve Leialoha.

Synopsis for "A New Hope: Part 2 of 6. "Six against the Galaxy!":

Princess Leia is in the hands of the evil Empire and the sinister Darth Vader. Now it falls on farm boy Luke Skywalker to seize his destiny and rescue her, and save the galaxy. But he can't do it alone. Luckily he'll get some help from old Ben Kenobi, once a great Jedi Knight known as Obi-Wan, Han Solo, a cocky ace pilot and all around scoundrel, Chewbacca, the hulking wookie and loyal co-pilot to Han, and the droids who hold the key to the Empire's defeat, C-3PO and R2-D2.

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Star Wars #3 (1977 Series) - September 1977 - Marvel Comics - Grade VF

1st printing, standard 30 Cent Newsstand Edition with UPC. Based on the screenplay by George Lucas. Adapted by Roy Thomas. Art by Howard Chaykin and Steve Leialoha.

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