This sauce-pot looks great for 50 years old. Something I’ll be saying about myself in a couple of years too, no doubt!
To celebrate her anniversary, Dynamite have got a poster book coming in October with 24 covers from the likes of rank Cho, Alex Ross, Joe Jusko, Adam Hughes, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, Fay Dalton, Guillem March, Derrick Chew, Tyler Kirkham, Warren Louw, Joshua Middleton, Gabriele Dell’Otto, Joseph Michael Linsner, Billy Tucci, Terry Dodson, Jenny Frison, J. Scott Campbell, Lucio Parrillo, Jee-Hyung Lee, Milo Manara, Adam Hughes, Art Adams and Jay Anacleto.
Apparently everything will be easily removable for pervs to take out and stick on their bedroom wall as 12×16 inch posters. Here’s a few examples of what’s coming…
As much as I love it, Dracula A.D. 1972 was effectively Hammer Films reaching desperation point, and whilst they carried on limping along for a few more years, by the mid-seventies they were pretty much screwed. As they continued throwing big money into Nessie, the never-to-be Loch Ness Monster movie, the Hollywood studios were chucking out big budget horror that was going mainstream. As a clear indication that they’d run out of ideas, they started running adverts to ask the fans what they wanted, and the answer was uber-saucy vampire super-heroine Vampirella!
Hammer quickly came up with an outline and did a deal on the character license, then turned to finding the necessary Hammer glamour to fill the role (and Vampirella’s tiny swimsuit)! Hammer stalwarts Caroline Munro and Valerie Leon decided the tiny swimsuit and various other nudie bits were way too saucy, and Hammer eventually went for Hollywood’s Barbara Leigh. (Although the pic I found below does appear to show Valerie Leo in costume)!
Despite going as far as adverts and a promotional tour involving her and Peter Cushing, the film never made it to release. There’s no definitive reason why, but it was most likely down to money, as it was also the final nail in Hammer’s coffin.
Anyway, I know most of you pervs are only here for these…
This picture is great!
Artist Gabrielle Roman came up with this fantastic 8-bit rendition of a Tatooine sunset, all the way from the original Star Wars. You can check out more here.
It’s been a while, so I’ll attempt to win some cheap, busty brownie points with this incredible Vampirella cosplay from Milligan Vick. I’m not that cheap though… support Victoria here:
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And now your pics…
Disney is slowly breaking down my barriers.
I believe this little beauty is called Starry Night at the Arcade. A talented artist by the name of Noah Gibbs came up with this wonderfully creative, retro gamer-friendly Vincent Van Gogh meets Pac-Man mash-up…