RICH REVIEWS: Die Kitty Die: Hollywood or Bust # 3
Title: Die Kitty Die: Hollywood or Bust # 3
Publisher: Chapter House Comics
Story & Art: Dan Parent & Fernando Ruiz
Inks: Rich Koslowski
Colors: Glenn Whitmore
Letters: Janice Chiang
Additional Art: J. Bone & Gisele Lagace
Cover: Dan Parent
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Comments: All the old time cartoons are made fun of here with a weird twist in humor. There is also a more adult side to these ads for the cartoons. The art is done in a fun entertaining way. The only thing wrong is that it drags on too long.
Kitty and her friend Linda-Louise are trapped in a magical TV set. She is drawn lovely as a Star Wrek (Star Trek) character. Katty as a Klingon is beautifully illustrated. Next, they end up on a talk show. Well, a really different kind of talk show. Katty is in control and she wants revenge on Kitty.
There are even crossovers like a take on Bewitched meets I Dream of Jeannie.
Now the filming of the movie about Kitty is ready to go. The choice in actors though leaves a lot to be desired. Wait until you see who they use and how they look.
There is a profile page on the Hexecutioner. Mike Roth draws a stunning picture of him posing with an ax in hand.
This issue lacks in the sensual and sexy drawings of Kitty. Plus it is not as fun as one would expect from previous issues.
Kitty appearing in old TV shows does offer some entertainment on the boob tube just not showing off Kitty and her well-formed body.
Kitty is a cute and wonderful witch that when used right is so much magical fun.