Put your tractor beams on standby and set your phasers to stun — it’s time to announce the science fiction hotties of June!
No? That tagline didn’t work? How about “move over bacon, it’s time for something silicone-ier”?
Whatever your tagline poison, welcome back to another month of science fiction pinups, a fan-favorite segment where I procrastinate to the end of the month and then post two drool-worthy specimens for you to feast your eyes upon. If this is your first time joining us for Sci-Fi Pinups, or you simply want to relive the glory of our previous pinups, check out: January, February, March, April, and May.
Miss June comes to us from a galaxy far, far away on planet Spaceball. She’s a career gal with a bright future as a nurse, so you won’t be ashamed to bring her home to meet your mother. Her turn-ons are plastic surgery, white mini dresses, and short surgeons who need to work on their putz. If ever you meet Miss June, you’ll probably think she gives great helmet. She is…
…Nurse Gretchen from Spaceballs!
If you take Miss June for a night out on the town, bring your surgeon mask and x-ray machine, if you know what I’m saying!
I don’t know what I’m saying, either. I’m terrible at puns.
Mr. June is a fine specimen from our home planet Earth. He’s tough, brave, and incredibly flexible. Though his wife was killed (and then un-killed), he remains stalwart in his duty to uphold the law and stupid one-liners. His turn-offs include corrupt politicians, salty goulash, and not being able to show off his karate kicks. His turn-ons are time travel, near-mullet hairdos, and doing the splits on countertops. He is…
…Officer Max Walker from Timecop!
We had a few other contestants up for Mr. June, but Max Walker went back in time and erased them from history. Congrats, Max! If you head out on the town with Mr. June, be sure to bring your bulletproof vest and a camera to capture those ridiculous moves.
How did we do this month? Do you love this month’s pinups, or are you totally confused as to who they are? Let me know in the comments below–I’d love to hear from you.
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Pincushion photo courtesy of Steven Depolo.