Friday, September 30, 2011


After surviving the Excessive Machine, Barbarella ends up in the bedroom of the Queen of Sogo.
The pair manage to escape and free the blind angel, Pygar.
However, unskilled in piloting the alien craft they are traveling in, Barbarella crashes the ship, and in the ensuing confusion, the Queen escapes...
This multi-part comic strip was turned into a graphic album, and then adapted into a feature film starring Jane Fonda in the title role.
Barbarella wouldn't have a new adventure until 1974, when Wrath Of The Minute Eater was published in France.
Two more graphic novels, False Moon aka Moon Child (1977) and Storm Mirror (1982), have appeared since.
Of the three sequels, only Moon Child is available in English in a presently OOP graphic novel.
There are no current plans for any English-language reprints.

Nelvana Animation, proposed doing an animated series during the 1990s, but no network was willing to finance it.
Proposal art by Jean-Claude Forrest
Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Machete) had a movie remake in development, but it died in 2009, and no one else seems interested...

Thursday, September 29, 2011


It's been a while since we checked up on Barbarella... let's begin the final chapter of the psychedelic 1960s adventures that inspired the cult-classic movie!
Plus some fun facts!

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Jeannine Kaspar

"There are no small parts, only small actors."
Meet Jeannine Kaspar, a talented actress who proves the adage.
With just two appearances on Nip/Tuck and a minor role in Iron Man, she grabbed my attention.
Then I saw Paper Covers Rock on Sundance Channel!
Let this lady loose on the screen and magic happens!
I'm not a "chik flik" fan by any measure, but I watched this one start-to-finish.
Keep an eye on her.

Genre appearances include...
Iron Man(Flight Attendant)
Five Hours South (Paola)
FenceWalker (Cathy)
After the Snow (June)
In Plain Sight "When Mary Met Marshall"
Death of an Agent (Sara Johnson)
Absolute Trust (Model)
Law & Order: SVU "Uncle"

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Jeannine Kaspar (Official Site)

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Tia Nicole Tucker

Yes, she's a swimsuit model.
But Tia Nicole Tucker aka Tia Texada has a number of genre credits, including animation voice-over work!
Genre appearances include...
CSI: Miami "Miami Confidential"
The Unit (Mariana Ribera)
Third Watch (Sgt. Maritza Cruz)
Crazy as Hell (Lupa)
Static Shock (Talon aka Teresa / Rita Velasquez)
Batman Beyond (Trina)
Spartan (Jackie Black)

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Curiously, while there are a number of "professional" pages featuring pix of the lovely lady, I couldn't find a single "home-grown" page by a dedicated fan, nor her own "official" page!

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