Femme Fatales was a magazine that came out in the 90s that featured stories & interviews &-of course!-pictorials on what the magazine called the "sexy" women of sci-fi.
Femme Fatales featured both A-list and B-list actresses-usually in various forms of undress!-who starred in sci-fi & horror films & shows, including the so-called "scream queens".
Needless to say, I was a BIG fan of Femme Fatales when it was out. I even had a subscription to it at one point. (I know, shocking, isn't it?)
The final issue of Femme Fatales featured the lovely Jolene Blalock on the cover and was published in 2008.
Jolene Blalock, of course, played a VERY sexy Vulcan on the show Star Trek: Enterprise.
Of course, a magazine like THAT couldn't be published nowadays what with all the politically correct BS that's infected EVERY aspect of so-called pop culture like the plague.
Hell, even Playboy at one point "covered" their models-and, yes, including even the Playmates!-to apparently "appease" the PCers.
I guess because PCers find naked chicks to be icky or something?
As always, thanks, PCers!
BTW, here's the issue of Femme Fatales with Elvira on the cover.
Oh yeah, Femme Fatales also served as the "basis" of the Cinemax a.k.a. Skinemax "adult" series of the same name that aired in 2011-2012.
Since I don't have Cinemax, I haven't, uh-hum, watched the show . . . yet!