The tumultuous Queen of Pinups returns. This massive pack includes the original Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 plus 4 variant covers – including the exclusive, hard-to-find “black bag photo” cover.
The pin-up queen… of adventure is back! Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents: Bettie Page in “The Curse of the Banshee!” An all-new Bettie Page series under the guidance of writer Stephen Mooney, ably assisted by artist Jethro “Jet” Morales and a host of incredible covers artists, cosplay goddesses and the queen of the pin-up herself – Bettie Page!
Utilizing several clues found at the ancient Key Artifact site in the Middle Americas, McKnight and Bettie surmise that the Key Artefact has been relocated to an ancient burial site in rural Ireland. They give chase!
This collector’s pack includes the original Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 cover and five variant covers. Pack includes the following:
- Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 Cover A Marat Mycheals
- Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 Cover B Joseph Michael Linsner
- Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 Cover C Stephen Mooney
- Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 Cover D Bettie Page Pinup Queen
- Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 Cover E Bettie Page Pinup Queen
- Bettie Page and Curse of the Banshee #1 Cover N Black Bag Photo Cover
Note: All of our comics are individually bagged and boarded for preservation and protection. Comic book packs containing multiple comics are bagged and boarded again!
About Bettie Page
Bettie Page was an American model who gained a significant profile in the 1950s for her work as a pin-up model. She was born on April 22, 1923, in Nashville, Tennessee, and grew up in a troubled household. Despite this, she went on to become one of the most iconic models of her era, known for her trademark bangs and captivating smile.
Page’s modeling career began in the 1940s when she posed for amateur photographers in exchange for prints to use as promotional material. She soon caught the eye of professional photographers and appeared in numerous men’s magazines, including Playboy, as well as advertising campaigns for lingerie and clothing companies. Her photos were often risqué for the time, featuring her in lingerie or swimsuits, but she was also known for her ability to convey innocence and playfulness in her images.
In addition to modeling, Page also dabbled in acting, appearing in a handful of films in the 1950s. However, it was her modeling work that cemented her status as a cultural icon. Even after she retired from modeling in the 1950s, her images continued to captivate audiences, and she remained a popular subject of books, documentaries, and other media.
Page passed away in 2008, but her legacy as a trailblazing model and cultural icon lives on. She has been credited with helping to usher in the sexual revolution of the 1960s and inspiring countless artists and musicians with her unique style and magnetic presence.