So I have been thinkin' about this all year, about the 25th Anniversary of FATALE
She is one of My most favorite comic book babes of ever, of all-time
OK, so first off, I originally posted this topic way back 2013 with several replies! I originally thought that this topic was gonna be a top one but it got lost the shuffle for many years until now all thanks to Me
I had edited My first posts as I believe the pics needed to be updated and it needed a few tweeks here and there so I suggest you go there first then come back right here because there is gonna be some great stuff to behold!
OK, are you back? If you didn't check out the original post then....
second, here is all of the history to know so click dem links below! Here is Broadway's WIKIPEDIA PAGE to find out all the info!To find out all of the info go here!
So if you went back and seen it, you already know that I originally discovered Fatale
in the January 1996 WWF Magazine
that I got in December of 1995! It was an ad of one of My most fave pics of her which I will talk about in a bit. When I first saw her I thought oh My gosh, she's incredible! I was only going on 15 but gosh, decades have gone by and I still love her :smgasp: I have always thought for decades it pays so much to be into wrestling because you'll notice so many things and if your not then I can't help you there. Here is the front & back covers of the mag. Pics are not mine, just edited
First, I have a huge collection of WWF & WCW magazines but their in storage and really hard to get to. Wow, I loved that magazine, the feel of it and everything :batshock: 1990 - 1996 was such great years for those especially 95-96. Oh and them Karate Fighters
. I got them when they first came out. I remember that they were the WWF's sponsor for many months and I may showcase them in My Great Vintage Action Figure Topic whenever I get to the 90s.
This is the pic that got Me attention 100%
I had seen many classy & hot women in DC & Marvel among other comics before but she was 1 of a kind to/for Me
A while later when I was doing My research here & there after her second comic, I saw her third issue and I was absolutely wowed with her cover with this one
So technically she was introduced in 1995 but was officially introduced in 1996...25 years ago...this year
OK, if you clicked the links then you'll know who Desirée Hopewell
is and what Broadway
was. I must say she was My fave but she wasn't the only hot & awesome one however
Also, in the comics, they did advertise WWF Magazines & WWF In Your House PPVs!
plus great video games
So, I wanted to show off My entire collection of Broadway Comics
that I got long ago. During My pics I will commentate just a bit here. NOTE: I do not have the hardcover version as it was very expensive & hard to get 1ST EVER Broadway Comics & The Babes of Broadway:
Yep, that's the one and Babes of Broadway
is so cool. I loved Blood S.C.R.E.A.M.
Darn shame they never made a second edition of B.O.B. Shadow State:
Yep, the first ones! Fatale: Desirée's
own story arch which she originally appeared in the Shadow State
series! Her stories were so fun to read and of course to look at
She was such a playful yet dangerous beauty Star Seed:
Unfortunately the overall story arc of Shadow State
and The Powers that Be
was basically over as they chose Star Seed
as their last major character which is such a shame The Knights of Broadway:
This was the last they ever published. Because of poor sales & criticism, Broadway
went under fast and had only existed about a year or so, I have thought this was so pathetic and disgusting that this happen BONUS!Black & White editions:
Even though these were the same ones I already had, I had to get these promo titles and they gave Me an extra #1 of Fatale
so I have a duplicate of that one
So there you have it. It always pains Me about the demise of Broadway
. I supported them all the way but what can you do
These comics are just one of the many countless things that was great in the 90s that I miss. The comics were so great in detail, story and quality. The covers were shiny & raised. The women were awesome to look at & could kick @$$ all the same...in fact IMO the women of the 90s real & fictional are My favorites of any decade!
OK, that's it. So there is the 25th Anniversary of Fatale
plus bonus stuff as I showcased in My collection. If your just now looking at this then please go back to the beginning cuz if you don't your not gonna get the excitement of this comic presentation. I hope you enjoyed this. Comments please and thanks for looking