The Comics Bolt
March 14, 2018

Dare To Dare: DYNAMITE Announces Launch Of New Terry Dodson BETTIE PAGE Kickstarter Campaign.

Featuring Three Stunning Statue Options, Inspired by Fan-Favorite Artist Terry Dodson!








Dynamite proudly brings Dodson’s vision of the glamorous Bettie Page to three dimensions with this hand-painted, limited edition resin statue line! Brought to full-color life by Rvckvs International. Further options available include the noir “black and white” edition, and the beautiful “bronze” edition.


Production on these new offerings are currently under development, with an expected shipping date of August 2018. Backers who support the Dynamite Terry Dodson Bettie Page Statue Kickstarter will have the opportunity to receive this statue and other rewards, including:


  • Digital and print copies of Bettie Page GN
  • Bettie Page #1 signed by Terry Dodson
  • The full-color Terry Dodson inspired Bettie Page statue
  • The “black and white” Terry Dodson inspired Bettie Page
  • statueThe “bronze” Terry Dodson inspired Bettie Page statue.
  • With stretch goals, Dynamite will expand the statue to include more accessories and detail such as opening compartments with props inside.



The Dynamite Terry Dodson Bettie Page Statue Kickstarter campaign is live now, and Bettie fans are encouraged to visit our page:


Submit your pledge on Kickstarter now and let other Bettie Page fans know about the project in order to unlock the stretch goals and help Dynamite deliver the best possible version of Bettie!


Bettie Page was an American model who gained significant notoriety for her pin-up work in the 1950s. Often referred to as the ‘Queen of Pin-ups’, her signature jet-black hair, fringe bangs and blue eyes influenced generations of artists and models to this day. The native of Nashville, Tennessee made her way to New York City to become an actress, finding work as a model throughout the 50s. She became the quintessential pin-up model and was one of the earliest Playmates of the Month for Playboy Magazine, appearing as Miss January 1955. Playboy founder Hugh Hefner told the Associated Press in 2008:


“I think she was a remarkable lady, and iconic figure in pop culture who influenced sexuality, taste in fashion, someone who had a tremendous impact on our society.”









Fan-favorite comic book artist Terry Dodson is one of the most popular and respected artists in comics today! His popularity gained momentum when at DC he provided covers and interiors for celebrated runs on Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman through to the Marvel Knights Spider-Man with Mark Millar to his most recent work at Marvel with the X-Men and Star Wars with Mark Waid featuring Princess Leia.


“It’s cool to see my drawing in this great statue of Bettie Page!” Dodson said of the project, “I loved being involved with reintroduction Bettie into the comics and I hope this combination of comic and statue will really resonate with fans.”


The Dynamite Terry Dodson Bettie Page Statue Kickstarter is available for a limited-time only at the special Kickstarter price.


Backers can get on-board and gain access to all these amazing rewards by visiting Kickstarter today!



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