Bettie Page: The Curse of the Banshee #4

Writer: Stephen Mooney Artist: Jethro Morales Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: September 15, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The pin-up queen... of adventure is back! Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents: Bettie Page in "The Curse of the Banshee!"

The penultimate issue! Danger lurks at every corner as the Curse of the Banshee seems to consume our hero!

Written by 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!

Covers by: Marat Mychaels, Joseph Michael Linsner, Stephen Mooney, Rachel Hollon (Cosplay) and Bettie Page (Vintage Pin-Up Photo)

Stephen Mooney has worked for DC, Marvel and a host of other publishe more

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Sep 15, 2021

    Though Bettie is here throughout the whole issue, it's only in the back half where she's interactive. The time with Lyssa and the priest in the first half is interesting and it fits with how Lyssa views a lot of things combined with her overprotective nature toward Bettie. Bettie's time dealing with Maire in her own mind definitely makes for a really good experience to watch unfold as she's confident and in control as much as she can be the whole time, which is better than being under Maire's thumb the whole time. The back and forth is nicely handled and I love the look of it, especially with the color design, as it delivers a kind of period piece really well. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Sep 15, 2021

    BETTIE PAGE: CURSE OF THE BANSHEE #4 is a proper horror comic reminiscent of the drive-in spooky films of the 1950s. However, the plot in this issue is paper-thin, making almost no progress on the arc, and theres nothing particularly Bettie Page-like about the main character. Read Full Review

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