Roger Langridge’s work has often worn its influences on its proverbial sleeve. In comics like Fred the Clown and The Muppet Show and Popeye, he’s shown an affinity for early 20th Century culture, vaudeville, and silent comedy. It should come as no surprise that he was approached to write a new Betty Boop miniseries which launches from Dynamite in October. Along with Gisele Lagace, Langridge brings the character into the 21st Century , and he talks about the kiniseries and the three other books of his that are coming out in the next few months.
When I was kid, my mom bought so much Betty Boop stuff. Betty Boop mugs. Betty Boop plates. I couldn’t take a step without seeing the little red dress in my periphery. Now, I had no idea who Betty Boop was, but I gathered she was important for some reason. It looks like I’ll get to find out what […]