Essentially a setup issue, Trautmann's story is superior than others of the kind. He creates a sense of horror and mystery. With Malaga, he kicks off the tale through a display of action, rather than violence, and quickly and effectively introduces the cast without boring faithful fans. Read Full Review
As a jumping on point, this issue of Vampirella was definitely very accessible and a lot of fun to read. It has plenty of familiar elements to it to anyone who deals with horror and supernatural storylines, but it handles it pretty expertly and without problem, though I could see the pacing drawn down just a touch to let it breathe a little more. Vampirella establishes herself well here as do the other characters for their level of involvement. While this plays off of material from the previous storyline, everything here was very easy to get into and hit all the right marks. It definitely left me curious to see how far back this particular story design for the character has been going on and it left me wanting to read more to see what the real faces of some of these supporting characters are like and what the big mystery will be all about. Read Full Review
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