Of course, once again, Betty is set-up to play the typical foil. This is the typical formula for much of Rocketeer.
Whilst Betty does play the typical angry and angst female lead, this title looks to be giving her a wider role. This is made rather obvious, as the title sets up some basic and generic sexism issues that will, if one could hazard a guess, get resolved by the series conclusion. That, said, she still spends a lot of the time in her underwear looking like a poster girl. This may just be part of the artwork.
This work sin some areas, setting up panels to look like posters or bright cartoon-style drawings, but the simplistic nature lacks detail. It also looks less realistic; the various shots of Betty in underwear make her look a little like Betty Boop. Overall, this is definitely a great start to a new Rocketeer. He is late for his date with his beautiful hour-glass actress girlfriend Betty.
And who is the sinister Otto Rune? Their characters match the tone of the characters in Dave Stevens original series. June Geek Fuel Review. Bone in a very unique art style that is wholly different than anything Stevens ever did. Holly rated it really liked it Oct 22, Langridge and Bone spoke exclusively with ComicsAlliance about the new four-issue serial, which will come with original covers by comics legend Walt Simonson.
Betty is getting all jazzed up for her man and their date night. While she is doing this her roommate Dahlia is talking to her. Dahlia is a reporter who is right on track for a big time story.
I sense some sort of twist with Dahlia since back in the day there was some infamous murders called the Black Dahlia in Hollywood. We shall see if they use this real life story-line in the Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror. Cliff runs into a bit of trouble from some goons looking for him. It is very stylized and visual with a basic cartoon vibe to it. The style, the pulp and the colorful cartoon like panels made each scene flow. You can tell both these men want to live up the legend of Dave Stevens in this classic comic. The Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror is a great tale for any pulp comic fan or Rocketeer fan.
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You wanted more Rocketeer and you've got it! Missing scientists! Plucky girl reporters! Betty and Cliff on the rocks! The mysterious Church of Cosmicism!. Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror #1 is a superb start to what looks to be another fun min-series from IDW. Nice work, folks.
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