Bettie Page: Queen of the Nile

Bettie Page Queen of the Nile A time machine mistakenly transports Bettie to ancient Egypt where she battles the High Priest of Amon Ra assorted thugs and a lovesick mummy twice her size Everyone falls in love with her and she

  • Title: Bettie Page: Queen of the Nile
  • Author: Jim Silke
  • ISBN: 9781569714737
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • A time machine mistakenly transports Bettie to ancient Egypt, where she battles the High Priest of Amon Ra, assorted thugs, and a lovesick mummy twice her size Everyone falls in love with her and she manages to frequently lose her clothes When Bettie falls for Julius Caesar, the Roman general can t decide between Bettie and Cleopatra.

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    1. Bettie Page is Queen of the Nile. But she thinks this is all a dream. Cheesy pinup poses and time travel makes this very simplistic graphic novel fun. And her memory will live on as a beautiful time traveling floosy.

    2. Basically an excuse to draw Bettie Page naked a lot, have her spank Cleopatra, and have some time left over to be just a tad racist. With a slightly uncomfortable introduction by Frank Cho.

    3. I'd give the art four stars, although the close ups are far better than the distance shots. The art certainly looks like Bettie Page, although I'm not that big a fan of the pin-up stuff.The story has an intersting plot but the writing is very simplistic. I supose that's part of the character. The plot twists are certainly ridiculous, and are pretty clearly played tongue-in-cheek. Apparently, the main point of the plot is to get Bettie into a position to lose what few clothes she had on to begin [...]

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