The Milky Way (1936)
Though not cemented in Western culture, there’s a particular tendency for this depiction to transpire within the landscape of white, capitalistic peoples and their insistence on stuffing their elders into nursing home facilities. The film
Patton Oswalt reached out to the toy artist and commissioned him to create a Star Wars action figure set based on the exploitation films of Russ Meyer, but more specifically the film Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! He calls this new action figure set Faster, Empire! Strike Strike!
Here's a note from the artist about what Oswalt asked for:
He wanted me to do the re-imagining thing I do but this time rather than an era or genre he wanted me to fuse the line with the wildly fun films of exploitation film maker Russ Meyer, in particular, with the film "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" He gave me a few
Born in 1898, he began in comedy, of course. He gets credit for teaming up Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, who had been working separately in silent comedies. He also helped invent the "slow burn,
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