Likewise, the story is also narrated by a stranger, offering a fresh perspective that hints at the future a lot, tempting and teasing hints about the story. Of course, once again, Betty is set-up to play the typical foil. This is the typical formula for much of Rocketeer. Whilst Betty does play the typical angry and angst female lead, this title looks to be giving her a wider role.
This is made rather obvious, as the title sets up some basic and generic sexism issues that will, if one could hazard a guess, get resolved by the series conclusion. That, said, she still spends a lot of the time in her underwear looking like a poster girl.
This may just be part of the artwork. This work sin some areas, setting up panels to look like posters or bright cartoon-style drawings, but the simplistic nature lacks detail. It also looks less realistic; the various shots of Betty in underwear make her look a little like Betty Boop.
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Anne Rice, among the most iconic creators in horror, brings one of her richest stories Anne Rice, among the most iconic creators in horror, brings one of her richest stories to IDW in this six-part tale of murder, demonic revenge, and the redemptive power of faith. When a beautiful young woman is brutally slain in The stupendous Jordie Bellaire stays on as colorist from Cargo of Doom , maintaining a visual aesthetic across the books.
Langridge is the perfect writer for the Rocketeer mythos. His work on the canceled-too-soon, Silver-Age-inspired Thor: The Mighty Avenger series incidentally with artist Chris Samnee featured some of the best storytelling in superhero comics this side of the new millennium. In Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror , Langridge demonstrates an uncanny grasp on the voice and character of Hollywood. Throughout this debut issue, Langridge successfully catches new readers up to the Rocketeer continuity through some clever narration and a quick succession of character-establishing scenes.
Cliff Secord, Betty, Peevy, and our primary antagonist, Mister Rune, are all introduced and reintroduced quickly and concisely.