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REVIEW: 'Home Sick Pilots' #2 by Dan Watters, Caspar Wijngaard, and Aditya Bidikar

The Old James House has lost its ghosts. With her new powers, it's up to Ami to bring them back...whether they want to come home or not. Even when they're really big ghosts wrapped in metal, with lots of sharp edges and things. HOME SICK PILOTS #2 Writer: Dan Watters Artist: Caspar Wijngaard Letterer: Aditya Bidikar  Designer: Tom Muller Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: January 13, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Score:  ★★★☆☆ (3/5) A powered-up ghostified Ami has been compelled to find the ghosts of The Old James House in the form of an enchanted horseshoe. Its current bearer isn't going to give it up so easily. Meanwhile, Ami's friends Buzz and Rip are left looking for answers about her whereabouts back at the house. The second issue of Home Sick Pilots from Dan Watters and Caspar Wijngaard takes a surprising turn as it defies the expectations of a haunted house story established in its debut. Issue one was a stellar debut that had a lot of energy from its young protago

"Queen of Pinups" Bettie Page Returns to Comics from Dynamite Entertainment


The coming year will see the return of another female icon, one whose jet black bangs haven't graced the pages of comics in far too long: Bettie Page! This marks only the second time in history that Ms. Page has appeared in officially licensed comic books, following the short-lived series Bettie Page Comics in 1996-97.

The Pinup Queen has certainly long been a staple in the comic book world, dating back to the 1980's when Dave Stevens based the Rocketeer's girlfriend "Betty" off of the iconic leading lady. Subsequently, Ms. Page was seen in the anthology series from Black Cat Comics, a limited pinup series, and lastly in Dark Horse's Bettie Page Comics written and illustrated by Jim Silke.


"Bettie Page set the world on fire in the 1950s, and her influence still burns throughout American culture today!" says Dynamite CEO and Publisher, Nick Barrucci. "Think about the vintage fashion craze, those instantly recognizable and ever-popular bangs, the pinup queen tattoos that are so playfully taboo! In our own industry, Bettie's striking look and wild spirit has taken shape in the pages of Rocketeer, in Watchmen, in the artwork of Joe Shuster, in the Batman villainess Poison Ivy, in DC Bombshells. We're proud to contribute to the enduring legacy of one of the 20th century's most unforgettable performers, and can't wait to deliver new four-color adventures to her loyal fans."


Dynamite Entertainment will continue to roll out news on their upcoming Bettie Page publishing program, as well as additional licensed merchandise categories, in the coming months.






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