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Shoutout to D-piddy
Long before Lara Croft strutted her stuff as either a pixelated goddess or Angelina Jolie, an artist named Fred Perry had an ingenious idea: Wouldn’t an action epic be a lot more fun with three beautiful heroines instead of one hardened hero? “After the fighting was over for my unit in Desert Storm,” Perry recalls, “there was nothing to do except clean up the vehicles, square everything away, and wait for our turn in the long line to go home. So I traded sketches of ‘good girl’ art for things that were really difficult to get out in the field. Cookies. Batteries. Soda. One of my crewmen commented that when I got back Stateside, I should make a comic featuring ‘good girl’ art, but just drawing cheesecake would get old really quick. I needed the characters to have their own personalities, motivations, and stories, but I didn’t know where to begin. Then I saw a Three Musketeers ad in the back of a Captain America comic that had some Indiana Jones–type characters discovering a giant candy bar in an Incan pyramid. From that image, everything began to spark to life in my mind.”
What came to life was Gold Digger, the story of the Diggers sisters—brilliant, boy-crazy, and librarian-sexy archaeologist Gina Diggers, her adopted were-cheetah sister and protector Brittany, and Brianna, the half-Gina, half-Brittany clone with a wicked mecha fetish—traveling the world seeking fame and fortune. Early on, their adventures took a turn toward the fantastic, as Perry conjured an epic battle between the werewolf, were-cheetah, and were-rat clans, a battle in which Brittany, as the last surviving member of her family, has a vital stake…
Interview with Fred Perry from 2005 about how he got started on Gold Digger, and how it shaped up over time.
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Deadpool Movie Test Footage Official
Proof that God is real
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