One of the most famous pin-up ladies of all time is being brought to life by the amazing Terry Dodson and Dynamite Entertainment. The Kickstarter campaign has all sorts of goodies for fans of the 50’s icon including the first graphic novel, signed comics and limited edition statues.
Dynamite is pairing with the talented artist Terry Dodson to bring this beauty to life in three dimensions with this limited edition statue from Rvckvs International. Solid resin and hand painted, there are three options available, the full color, black and white noir and a bronze version. With an expected shipping date of August 2018, backers have until Friday, March 23rd to get in on this “all or none” Kickstarter campaign. Items on offer include:
- Digital and print copies of Bettie Page GN,
- Bettie Page #1 signed by Terry Dodson
- The full-color Terry Dodson inspired Bettie Page statue,
- The “black and white” Terry Dodson inspired Bettie Page statue,
- The “bronze” Terry Dodson inspired Bettie Page statue,
- With stretch goals, Dynamite will expand the statue to include more accessories and detail such as opening compartments with props inside.
Bettie Page was an American model who gained significant notoriety for her pin-up work in the 1950s. Often referred to as the ‘Queen of Pin-ups’, her signature jet-black hair, fringe bangs, and blue eyes influenced generations of artists and models to this day. The native of Nashville, Tennessee made her way to New York City to become an actress, finding work as a model throughout the 50s. She became the quintessential pin-up model and was one of the earliest Playmates of the Month for Playboy Magazine, appearing as Miss January 1955.
“I think she was a remarkable lady, an iconic figure in pop culture who influenced sexuality, taste in fashion, someone who had a tremendous impact on our society.”
– Playboy founder Hugh Hefner
Terry Dodson has become one of today’s prominent fan-favorite artist’s, known for his solid line work style in runs on Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, X-Men and Princess Leia.
“It’s cool to see my drawing in this great statue of Bettie Page!” Dodson said of the project, “I loved being involved with reintroduction Bettie into the comics and I hope this combination of comic and statue will really resonate with fans.”
– Artist Terry Dodson
Fans don’t have long to get involved in this campaign, so don’t delay on backing this incredible opportunity and head to the their “page” to contribute.
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