Stephanie Heike comic
Spinning off from February’s Sentinels of America #1, the sexy, sultry, scarlet-clad heroine known as Miss Masque gets her own title!! Among the most popular of the Golden Age Nedor/Standard /Better publications heroes that AC revived in the early 1990′s,she appears here as a star feature on her own. Armed with nothing more than her wits, lithe athleticism, and a pair of .45′s, the costumed adventuress who was once bored socialite Diana Adams rights wrongs with a different slant, taking on everything from a sleazy TV schlockmeister, to a conniving con-man, through a snakeskin-sporting supervillainess, in a trio of stories that span her history- from her original 1940′s costume and incarnation, ( in a brand- new, never- before-seen “retro” lead story, by Mark and Stephanie Heike) to the contemporary era. (reprinting two modern AC stories, originally seen in Good Girl Art Quarterly #10, and AC Cnnual #4) She takes on evil in many forms- but always looks good in her minidress and hat. Stories and art by Mark and Stephanie Heike, Nick Northey and Richard Pollard.32 pages, black and white with color cover. Standard comic book size.
- Issue # Full (10 days ago)
The beautiful, giant-sized superheroine out of the pages of AC's Femforce comic finally gets her own book!! See all-new GTS action in this great first issue as the sexy scientist, Dr. Carol Heisler starts growing out of control on a trip to the mall in "No Good Scents!" Then, the request of a fan leads to a recap of her origin, guest-starring The Femforce. If you liked Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, and Attack of the 60 Ft. Centerfold, this comic is for you. It's outrageous, over-the-top fantasy in the tradition of the best bad B-movies that we all love. Both stories written and drawn by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, who also supplies the book's striking cover art. Plus, Big G presents three classic cheesy sci-fi reprints from the 1940's-'50's: Nedor's beautiful blonde space pirate, Tara in "The Eight Hands of Tenslith"by Gene Fawcette from Wonder Comics, and a pair of Dick Ayers drawn tales from Prize, "The Gravimonster", and "They Come To The Canyon". Try Garganta- she'll grow on you!
- Issue # Full (6 years ago)