Vampirella #1

    Vampirella » Vampirella #1 - Chapter 1: Feast of Shadows released by Dynamite Entertainment on June 2014.

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    In FEAST OF SHADOWS, the first in the six-part OUR LADY OF SHADOWS story arc. Vampirella is sent by the Vatican to investigate the kidnapping of a little girl by Ethan Shroud and the Chaos cultists, only to become the centerpiece of a ritual invoking Lady Umbra, the sister-bride of Chaos, that leaves her marked as a living sacrifice to the dark goddess who rules the shadows. VAMPIRELLA is back and returns to her horror roots with Bram Stoker Award-winning author Nancy A. Collins (Swamp Thing, Sunglasses After Dark, Jason vs. Leatherface) and Patrick Berkenkotter (Avengers/Invaders, Red Sonja).

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverTerry Dodson1
    SubSubscription CoverStephanie Buscema4
    VarVariant Cover AJenny Frison5
    VarVariant Cover BArt Adams6
    VarVariant Cover CJay Anacleto7
    VarVariant Cover DJoe Jusko8
    RIRetailer Incentive Cover AJack Jadson11
    RIRetailer Incentive Cover BSergio Fernandez Davila9
    RIRetailer Incentive Cover CMimi Yune12
    RIRetailer Incentive Cover DKen Haeser10
    LEUltra Rare Virgin CoverMimi Yoon13
    RERetailer Exclusive Shared Cover?14
    REBlank Authentix CoverNone15
    REMidtown Comics Exclusive "Black & White" CoverNei Ruffino2
    2ndSecond Printing CoverTerry Dodson3


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    Vampirella sucks; Her comic does not. 0

    In my head, I had lumped Vampirella into the same category of shallow, T&A characters as Lady Death and her Chaos! sisters, Jim Balent's Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose, and Megan Fox. I love Adam Hughes' art, and I appreciated his covers for Harris in the 1990s, but I could still never bring myself to give the old girl a fair shake.My mindset changed maybe a year and a half ago when I discovered for myself that the prolific and very feminist Trina Robbins was one of the co-creators of Vampi,...

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