Josie and the Pussycats was a comedy/adventure/espionage cartoon based on the Archie comic book of the same name. Cartoonist Dan DeCarlo was in Paris (just after the War?) where he met an adorable French girl named Josie.
This interview with singer Seraphim Ward was conducted back in 2012 by Mimi Miyagi for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of former Eyestrane editor-in-chef, Tom Heckbert.
This interview with cosplayer Danielle E. Lowe, aka Murder Nurse, was conducted back in 2012 by Tom Heckbert for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of Tom.
Amazing the power of a seemingly pointless cameo, for how many of us were introduced to the subject of this pictorial, Lina Romay (1919-2010), by her brief appearance in a Droopy Dog cartoon? Upon meeting Leonard
In keeping with the Christmas season tradition at Idol Features, here are some of the ladies we’ve interviewed and featured on our pages throughout the past year (and a few who’ve appeared further back), showing
Before becoming one of the top Scream Queens in indie horror, Victoria De Mare trained and danced professionally with the Wilmington Ballet, Joffrey Ballet and St. Croix Ballet companies. After she relocated to Los Angeles,
Here we have the music video for Raffaela Capp’s “Hurricane,” the title single from her just-released second EP, and the follow-up to her 2012 release, “So What?” This video also features Chris Redd, and was
Based out of St. Petersburg, Russia, the premiere horror surf band Messer Chups, kicked off their first US tour in August. The band’s bombshell bassist Zombierella, gave Idol Features this exclusive backstage interview in San Jose, California.