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          Supermode?...no, Superheroine. She's a comic, fantasy, and fetish art model. Her name is Diana and she's not Wonder Woman..but she plays her on TV. Well, not on TV, but in comic books.
          Diana has also discovered the world of Fetish. She had a friend who invited her to a little party he was throwing called the Las Vegas Fetish & Fantasy Ball. Just him and 5,000 of his closest friends. It was here that Diana discovered her love of leather, rubber and all things in between. Diana began to attend other parties in other cities and it was here that she met a myriad of fetish photographers, performers, and artists. It was an art form and lifestyle like no other and Diana found it extremely fascinating.

        Out of all the projects you’ve been involved with, which one was the most enjoyable to work on? Why?

         - The ones where I get to play with swords and big knives. I don't know.... I guess I was Zena in a former life or something......

         What got you interested in the comic/fetish business?

         - I've always had an interest in comics since I was so high.. When I was asked by "Nocturnals" creator Dan Brereton  to be his Wonder Woman for DC Comics' "7 Caskets", I decided to make a career out of it. Being a comic geek is just fetishism in one of it's many forms....  One just lead to the other....   Empowerment, disempowerment, and fantastic costumes..... Think about it...

         Who is your favorite actor? Actress?

         - This one is really hard.... I like alot of different actors and actresses.... Some for their acting abilities and some for their hottie factor...

          Who is your favorite comic book heroin that you’ve modeled for?

         - My first love is still Wonder Woman....but I gotta tell ya..... I've been having great fun doing Vampirella.... She gets to be so much more naughty **grin**

         Have you always been interested in the horror genre? If so what is the earliest/first memory you have about something horror related that you enjoyed?

          - When I was little....I always wanted to watch the scary movies....but with strict parents....there's alot of great film I had to wait until later in life to see... so, my first memory of horror was Mr. King's "Creepshow". It had a PG rating so Mom let me see it.. It's got everything I love..skeleltons. scary monsters, and zombies...  But to this day.... I've never finished the roach vignette...  Now, that's just grosses me out!

         What projects have you recently finished and do you have any projects in the near future for us to watch out for?

          - I've got three covers for Vampirella (Harris Comics) coming out by the end of the year....  one by "100 Bullets" cover artist Dave Johnson and the other two by Dan Brereton.

        Are there any projects that you regret being involved with? If so, why?

          - I consider every project carefully before I get involved...and I'm very picky about what I do....so I can proudly say "no"...   I've been lucky that way...

         Who is your favorite horror movie villain and which of their films is your favorite?

          - I know it may be passé, ....like I said, I'm a geek, ....but I gotta go with Freddy Kruegar....  Robert Englund is great! Just the right mix of evil, gore, and humor... Everything a great horror villain should be.... The best one is still the first one....  One of Johnny Depp's first movies (I'm a big fan) and way before it all got too hokey.... This one was meant to be scary......

         For my final question…. How do you feel about the direction that the horror genre is heading? Do you think it has gotten better or worse since the early 80’s?

          - Direction?.....Down! To be honest.... I can't remember the last time I saw a really great horror movie.... I mean, I loved Sleepy Hollow, but that was more period (another favorite genre) than anything else... and wouldn't yo know stars my boyfriend (although he doesn't know it) Jonathan Depp. Horror genre? WHAT horror genre? I was so stoked that Zombie finally got his movie released..... Too busy...haven't seen it yet... but I've been told that it's just okay... Apparently these days the MPAA says it's not okay to be scared or see too much gore.. they made him cut it waaaaayyy down. I'm waiting for the DVD...  Monsters and the undead have been traded in for Vin Diesel and fast cars...... Yuck!



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