Design is from a movie poster for The Wasp Woman, a really bad 1959 science fiction horror movie made primarily for drive-ins. Drive-in movies usually consisted of exploitative, cheap fare created especially for the new and growing teen market.
In the movie, The Wasp Woman has the head and hands of a wasp, but the body of a woman—exactly the opposite of the creature shown on the film's theatrical release poster, an image which never appears anywhere in the film.
The Wasp Woman received a mixed-to-negative reception from critics upon its release.
One reviewer criticized the film's "ludicrous" monster costume, special effects, and low budget. However, Charles Stinson of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "Leo Gordon's script is smoothly urbane with nice surprising little touches of humor here and there. Slim, intense, brunet Susan Cabot, who always impresses, does excellently nuanced work as the neurotic lady with the worries and the wasps". -- Wikipedia
This pullover hoodie is markedly soft, unisex with a loose fit that is versatile and lends itself to daily wear. Spun from a plush fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers, this hoodie features an up-to-date fit, hood with white draw-cords, kangaroo pocket, ribbed cuffs and waistband.
.: Retail fit
.: 52% combed ring-spun cotton; 48% polyester
.: Medium fabric (6.5 oz/yd² (210 g/m²))
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs true to size
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