Bettie Page: The Dynamite Covers Coming March 2019

In real life, Bettie Page was the undisputed queen of the pin-up. Her legacy has lived on through comic books for decades. In March 2019, Dynamite is celebrating with a special 32-page one-shot showcasing all the beautiful covers from the Dynamite comics.

Bettie Page is an icon and an influence the world over, not only to strong women, but also to creators including the painter Olivia, and in the comics market none so famously as Dave Stevens. Dave’s influence for Betty in The Rocketeer is entirely based on Bettie Page. And Dave created a very iconic scene of Betty with a photographer for a pin-up shoot. Before, and moreso since then, Bettie has inspired comic book artists and fans all overSince 2017, Dynamite Entertainment has brought fans the newly declassified super spy adventures of the globetrotting Bettie written by David Avallone (Elvira Mistress of the Dark) with art by Julius Ohta (Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man).

“Bettie is a true icon, and to have this much incredible art – rendered by the best artists working today — in one place is a true gifts for the fans,” said Dynamite executive editor Joseph Rybandt.

Though the stories and art inside of the comics aren’t always the draw, Bettie Page fans keep coming back for those beautiful covers. Such as Terry Dodson’s “reverse homage” for the first issue of the miniseries, drawing Bettie herself in the same situation as the Dave Stevens classic, bringing everything full circle.

Other spectacular artists featured in Bettie Page: The Dynamite Covers include Joseph Michael Linsner, Scott Chantler, and J. Bone. Altogether reprinting over 20 covers, including some photo gems of the timeless Bettie herself.

Here is the solicit below:

Price: $3.99
Rating: Teen +
Cover: Terry Dodson
Art: Various
Genre: Art Book
Page Count: 32 Pages
On Sale Date: 3/27/2019

Do you love Bettie? Do you love Dynamite’s action-packed, wit-slinging take on the classic Pinup superstar? Love the gorgeous depictions of her famously fabulous figure on our covers? Well, then… Have we got the book for you!

Collecting all art covers for our first volume of Bettie Page in one place, this book is a must-have for all Bettie fans! 

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Jamison Ashley

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