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    Guest started a topic "Risque", my shiny metal backside

    "Risque", my shiny metal backside

    Aw cmon, Dynamite. Of all cheap sale ploys, a "risque" Vampirella cover is the silliest idea. Since not even a moth can bite off a part of that costume without her being in the nude. (Hey, I've seen Ebay Vampirella articles tagged as "nude" and she WAS in her traditional costume.) I bet if I would dare to post one of these "risque" covers on some rule34 site, I will be saged, banned and @$%§orgtfo'ed.
    (BTW, Warren got away with the occasional nudity, for Dynamite it's probably a bad idea anyway.)
    So there.
    P.S. Should I read a headline "Underage Vampirella fanboy died from lack of blood", I take everything back

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    Definitely never saw that. We got Bonanza and The High Chaparral, but I'm posiive I've never seen Lee Majors in a Western. The US imports we saw when Iwas a kid were always a bit random.

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    Originally posted by tony ingram View Post
    I don't think we ever got that over here...
    The Big Valley is an American western television series which ran on ABC from September 15, 1965, to May 19, 1969 (four seasons). The show stars Barbara Stanwyck, as the widow of a wealthy nineteenth century California rancher.

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    The show was similar to Bonanza, in that it dealt with a family, in this case lead by (instead of Lorne Greene) matriarch Stanwyck (as Victoria Barkley), and three sons Jarrod (Richard Long), Nick (Peter Breck), and Heath (Lee Majors), along with daughter Audra (Linda Evans).

    Richard Anderson even guest-starred on an episode.

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    Originally posted by positronic View Post
    And now I feel positively ancient, since when I was watching The Six Million Dollar Man, Lee Majors was "that guy from The Big Valley".
    I don't think we ever got that over here...

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    Originally posted by ChastMastr View Post
    Indeed, a shiny metal backside (say, Colossus' or Steeljack's (from Astro City) could be risque too... LOL!
    I fear this is even more improbable to find on an official cover, but "rule34" websites tend to be amazingly nonsexist (for exactly this reason?!)

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    And thank you Erik for an ongoing classic-style (non-Queen) Red Sonja series for folks like me who prefer that! It's nice to have options.

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    Indeed, a shiny metal backside (say, Colossus' or Steeljack's (from Astro City) could be risque too... LOL!

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    ha! it is a quote from Bender, the robot in Futurama, Erik!

    btw Erik thanks for the recent stories in Red Sonja that you wrote. Risque covers and all! I dont think Ta-ta's Mcgee has had a single bad issue since #50. We, the fans, appreciate your hard work(and everybody else's). Now.....about that Red Sonja survival Horror story I keep bugging you to write......hint, hint, hint!
    Last edited by brickbutler; 09-21-2012, 07:53 PM.

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  • positronic
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    Originally posted by tony ingram View Post
    God, now I feel old.

    Yes, it was. And for an entire generation, the Fall Guy was "played by the dude from The Six Million Dollar Man". Oh Lee, how quickly they forget...
    And now I feel positively ancient, since when I was watching The Six Million Dollar Man, Lee Majors was "that guy from The Big Valley".

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    Originally posted by shokoshu View Post
    Aw cmon, Dynamite. Of all cheap sale ploys, a "risque" Vampirella cover is the silliest idea. Since not even a moth can bite off a part of that costume without her being in the nude. (Hey, I've seen Ebay Vampirella articles tagged as "nude" and she WAS in her traditional costume.) I bet if I would dare to post one of these "risque" covers on some rule34 site, I will be saged, banned and @$%§orgtfo'ed.
    (BTW, Warren got away with the occasional nudity, for Dynamite it's probably a bad idea anyway.)
    So there.
    P.S. Should I read a headline "Underage Vampirella fanboy died from lack of blood", I take everything back
    I think we're overlooking an important point. Your backside is shiny and metal?

    That's gotta be a hell of a good story.

    -E

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    Indeed! We need more risque male covers, please.

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    Originally posted by brickbutler View Post
    The bionic woman tv show was before my time. was it a spin off of the 6 million dollar man? (played by the dude from "the Fall Guy"?)
    God, now I feel old.

    Yes, it was. And for an entire generation, the Fall Guy was "played by the dude from The Six Million Dollar Man". Oh Lee, how quickly they forget...

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    The bionic woman tv show was before my time. was it a spin off of the 6 million dollar man? (played by the dude from "the Fall Guy"?)

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  • positronic
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    Originally posted by shokoshu View Post
    Bionic Woman? Dials? I watched the TV series wayyyy back then and seem to remember
    the mention of one ear, one arm, two legs...but noooo silicone
    Yeah, it was the 1970s. Broadcast Standards & Practices (a/k/a "the censors") wouldn't let them mention her bionic boobs. But I imagine it was something like the Fembots (a term stolen from the Bionic Woman TV series) in Austin Powers.

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    Bionic Woman? Dials? I watched the TV series wayyyy back then and seem to remember
    the mention of one ear, one arm, two legs...but noooo silicone

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