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    Dynamite Entertainment is pleased to reintroduce readers to the scourge of the undead: VAMPIRELLA, and she is all that stands between us and the end of the world! Vampi's back and hot on the corpse-strewn trail of her nemesis, Vlad Dracula. It's a darker world for Vampirella, and something more sinister than vampires lurks in the shadows, something even Dracula himself has cause to fear... Written by Eric Trautmann (THE SHIELD, ACTION COMICS) and illustrated by Wagner Reis (PROJECT SUPERPOWERS). AS A BONUS FEATURE-A rare story by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale!



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    First Wonder Woman now Vampirella. 0

     Wonder Woman Left: Vampirella Right: First Wonder Woman now Vampirella. Both strong, beautiful, powerful and heroic women who had pretty sexy outfits in the past get modern looks for 2010.  I think this more subdued look within this series makes sense.  Her old suit her breast should not be staying in the outfit with her athletic skills. This is a new publisher and a new time.  Vampirella starts fresh in this new series from Dynamite and to be honest, I really liked the first issue.  This s...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    A Good Start 0

     It seems like ages ago it was announced that Harris Comics has sold Vampirella to Dynamite.  There was the instant question of "So what is this actually going to do for Vampirella"?I was one of those people asking this question not because I was a die hard fan of Vampirella (I has a basic knowledge of who she is from some bookstore clearance shelf trades)but because it was Dynamite that had landed this character.  A company that had yet to steer me wrong with it came to comics and seemed to try...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    She's a Knockout 0

    Vampirella is back! The words make me smile. I'll admit, I hadn't read Vampirella prior to this, and had just respected the character from afar. I mean how can you not like a curvaceous powerhouse from the planet Draculon. This issue reads like something that would have been released in the 90's. Whoa there caballero, don't crucify me yet! That's not a negative remark. The comic opens with that cliched defenseless person attacked in a dark alley scenario, but with a little gender role reversal. ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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