The previous volume of Vampirella really started off well, in my opinion. I liked it and felt like it did a lot of things right.
Instead of fake awards, and highlighting news for the past year, which seemed to consist almost entirely of people complaining online about one thing or
The new Vampirella series has interested me since the #0 issue that was practically given away as a method of re-introducing the character to readers.
I’ve been impressed by the new Vampirella series from Dynamite. It harkens back to classic Vampirella stories with it’s setting more in the realm of
We get lots of press releases. The Kiss/Vampirella crossover announcement at first looks like just another press release for a crossover comic. In reading it,
I was pleasantly, but cautiously surprised by Vampirella #0. Dynamite promises a new direction for the character. Vampirella #1 is the official beginning of this
When it was announced, I was skeptical of the new Vampirella series and its #0 issue, specially priced at 25 cents. Well, I’ve gotten a
Dynamite has published Vampirella for many years now, and tried a few different takes on her character, most recently changing her iconic, extremely revealing costume
Dynamite just added another book to their releases for this week, Vampirella 1969. Even through all of the changes in the industry, Vampirella remains one
I have been very hesitant about this crossover Dynamite is putting together with all of their female characters, but see the definite potential in it,
Vampirella Archives Volume 10 Written by Roger McKenzie, Gerry Boudreau, Bruce Jones, Cary Bates, Nicola Cuti, Bill DuBay, Michael Fleisher, Bud Lewis, Esteban Maroto and Josep
First off, Brother Voodoo isn’t on the list. I set the preview image so it wouldn’t reveal anyone on the list. A Halloween Celebration month