“Betty and Veronica are the most iconic friends in comic book history, and now, thanks in no small part to the success of the Riverdale TV show, in pop culture,” said Archie Comics Publisher/CEO Jon Goldwater. “It made tons of sense to have them crossover with DC’s own female powerhouses, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. What you’ll get is a fun story that honors the history of both pairs and adds to it – which is what all great crossovers do. We’re excited by this partnership and we can’t wait for the fans to see what Paul, Marc and Laura cook up.”
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992) Dir: David Lynch DOP: Ron Garcia “When this kind of fire starts, it is very hard to put out. The tender boughs of innocence burn first, and the wind rises, and then all goodness is in jeopardy.”
As a little girl, Pamela Navarro loved nothing more than to dance.
With a tutu in class or just spinning around with her Tatay while her Nanay laughed and clapped her hands, nothing brought her more joy.
As a teenager, that passion was still alive in her heart, and she started planning a future where dancing would be her whole life.
And then she met Georges Anderson.
Tall, with dark hair and blue eyes, the young man was a living representation of the perfect American man. Athletic yet nerdy, he turned out to be quite shy in his courting, trying to follow her when she danced and mostly standing like a tall and strong barre, and Pamela–Pamela couldn’t resist that shy smile and long eyelashes.
Georges never asked to put her dreams on hold–if anything, he loved watching her dance and he was the one to offer to follow her to New York for their respective undergraduate programs.
But Fate had another plan in mind, by bringing Cooper into their lives when they didn’t quite expect him.