The action intensifies as Vampirella discovers an unlikely ally, but is it already too late to save the human Martian colony? With a supply ship ready to dock and the alien threat growing, Vampirella fears that even the Earth is in danger.
'Aliens/Vampirella' #4 continues to thrill as Lars and Vampirella struggle to survive as the xenomorphs track them down. Bechko and Garcia-Miranda are doing what many have failed to do in bringing two properties together that actually work in unison. Seeing the queen infused with Vampirella's power is going to make the next issue an exhilarating penultimate edition. I can't recommend this series enough. Read Full Review
The Aliens/Vampirella miniseries continues to pretty much delight with what it does. Bechko has pretty much captured the core ingredients it needs to succeed and has added the right layers on top of it so that it expands without distorting or going off the rails. The fun in the evolution is definitely here and there are some interesting variables in the mix that have yet to truly factor in. The book also continues to luck out in having Garcia-Miranda on the art chores as he really makes for some good dynamic action sequences as it plays out while also conveying the tight space fear for a few panels before going for a fear of heights moment. The xenomorph design is pretty solid as well, which really is a necessity, and the combination of it all makes for a great looking book. Can't wait to see what this pair has in store next. Read Full Review
The art is great, gory and filled with detail. The colours are dark for the most part and this works well at creating thrill and suspense as the reader witnesses the horrific brutalities that the Xenomorphs commit. These creatures can strike fear into the hardest of hearts. Expect to see Vampirella with more clothes on this time round. Afterall, she is in space and she has to look the part. But this is an enjoyable issue with a balance between action and dialogue as we prepare for a climatic conclusion. Read Full Review