Bettie Page #4

Writer: David Avallone Artist: Colton Worley Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 1, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Someone wants to enslave American minds... but who's behind it all? The Sky Science Cult? Pacific AeroSpace Technologies? Ol' Joe Stalin himself? None of them is a match for Bettie Page, as our high-heeled heroine goes toe-to-toe with the worst 1951 has to offer in the fourth and final Hollywood chapter of The Secret Diary of Bettie Page, as revealed by David Avallone and Colton Worley.

  • 9.8
    SciFiPulse - Ian Cullen Nov 2, 2017

    The colors were fantastic and the humor of Betty having to strip down to her swimwear in order to escape the flying saucer was pretty much expected, but not half as much fun without the dramatic build up. With just one issue left to go. I shudder to think of what Avallone might come up with next. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 1, 2017

    Bettie Page delivers once again and I can't be more delighted. I suspect that when read in full this is going to be an even more wild and crazy ride but the single monthly issues are a lot of fun and I'm enjoying getting it in doses in order to take in all of it without being overwhelmed by too much of it. Avallone gets us through a number of reveals here and Worley manages the dialogue and exposition heavy side of things well while also getting to break out a bit with some fun action and fanservice. Another strong entry. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Pop Break - Nov 2, 2017

    This issue headed in a way I didnt expect. When the girls got captured at the end of Issue 3 I really didnt know what to think. But, I could see Bettie being the type to use her charisma to outwit a person. I was pretty happy when they chose that angle for Bettie. And, I really like Lyssa as a character and Im glad shes still fighting along Bettie. Youll have to pick up this issue to see how the story ends and to learn what Elroys full evil plot is. Read Full Review

  • 6.4
    Outright Geekery - Brian A. Madrid Oct 28, 2017

    I love the concept of this one of a kind woman, who broke barriers. The perception of women mimicking a Donna Reed persona gets old real fast. Bettie Page was a woman ahead of her time and wonderful to see her in her own comic book series. Love the concept of Betty being a secret agent for the United States. I just wished artist give more of Bettie Page. Anything less would simply won't do. Read Full Review

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