Blood Queen Vs. Dracula #4

Blood Queen Vs. Dracula #4

Writer: Troy Brownfield Artist: Kewber Baal Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: June 3, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The blood-soaked conclusion! You've seen the preliminaries, but now it's time for the main event! We've got Dracula versus Ottoman assassins, the Blood Queen versus a vengeful sorcerer, and lest we forget, Blood Queen versus Dracula! Surrounded by foes in her own castle, is there any way for Elizabeth to survive? Even if she defeats the enemies of her people, she could still wind up a servant of the Lord of Vampires!

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jun 3, 2015

    This miniseries was a very fun way of keeping the Blood Queen material going a bit after the main book ended and I definitely like what it did in pairing her with Dracula as a foe and wary ally. The two have some very good banter throughout the battle and I enjoyed their dialogue in bringing things to a close as it's the kind of realistic approach they have to take considering their positions, as well as the second layer of planning both have in place. The series may end largely in the same way it started when you get down to it, but it was a very fun romp that hopefully introduced the Blood Queen to more readers, and hopefully gets us more material with both her and Dracula, together and separately. The team here did a great job in presenting a slick, fun and very engaging read both monthly and as a full run. Read Full Review

  • 7.9
    Graphic Policy - Edward Wendt Jun 4, 2015

    This series being from an independent publisher, it doesn't really have the chance to catch up in later issues as if it didn't catch readers in the first issue then it was likely going to be ignored. In this case it is too bad as this final issue represents the best of the series. Dracula and the Blood Queen finally square off against each other, and while she proved unable to deal with him on a tactical level through subterfuge, the two are at least relatively well matched in personal battle. So too does the dialogue finally meet somewhat what is expected from this series, as the two strong characters finally converse on equal terms. As the Ottomans finally arrive the ending to the series might seem a bit too obvious, which is a minor letdown, but overall this was the best issue of the series. Read Full Review

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