Vampirella and her companions dive into research on the mysterious Slade, with no shortage of trouble in the way - from witches to taxidermy to mutated monsters on the attack, it's one hell of a week for Hollywood's favorite vampire!
The conclusion of this issue sees the disagreement between Slade and Genevieve escalate. Slade wants Genevieve to work for her, but Genevieve is upset with the Hollywood producer and doesn't like her style at all. When we see the knock down drag out argument between the two we think things can't get any stranger until Casallos pans back and shows us a scene that is quit unsettling. All of a sudden the squabble between the two ladies is dwarfed as we are set up for the next issue. And it looks like things are going to get even messier from here. Read Full Review
There are a few positives. Juliette is experiencing some growth. Although she went from smooth and mysterious to can't handle some of these situations. That's not necessarily a bad thing. She is a (mostly) normal character who is relatable. I do enjoy the character designs. The fashion and the way they make the monsters look bad is good. I do see the characters aren't too serious, and that really balances the moodiness. Read Full Review
Backstory and some action make up most of this installment of the series and it's kind of a lull in the arc. We get some minor expansion to the world that our cast lives in and getting more on who Slade is definitely is welcome overall. Kate Leth has a solid handle on the characters but the story itself is at a weak point at the moment as it's not terribly compelling at this stage. Luckily, Eman Casallos really makes this a treat to read with some really good layouts and smoothness to presentation combined with great character designs that just delight. He's got the look of this world nailed down perfectly. Read Full Review