Dawn / Vampirella #4

Writer: Joseph Michael Linsner Artist: Joseph Michael Linsner Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: June 24, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
6.5Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

Dawn, self-proclaimed Goddess of birth and rebirth, conspires with her fellow captive Vampirella to find a way to escape their imprisonment at the hands of the nefarious demon Masodik. They trade tales of life and death, of being and nothingness, detailing an endless cycle of death and rebirth. The cosmic rose opens and closes, opens and closes. Dawn is prepared for her next rebirth... and all Vampirella wants is her next death (which will hopefully be Masodik's).

  • 7.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jun 24, 2015

    While the book is still faltering in a few ways, this installment works better as it's more about Dawn than the telling of stories to please Masodik. What we get here allows us to delve more into Dawn as a character, one that may be quite unfamiliar for Vampirella or Dynamite fans, and it comes across well here to draw interest to the larger story that exists for the character. Giving Darrian a chance to be involved as well was a welcome little treat. There's a few different things going on here and I can't help but to feel that this miniseries is a couple of issues too long in getting things done, but it feels like events are going to start picking up for several reasons. I'm cautiously optimistic about where it can go, but mostly I'm just glad to get a story that involves Dawn and Darrian rather than some fictional piece like we got the last few installments. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - James Anders II Jun 24, 2015

    But until then, all I can really say is pull up a chair, pour yourself one of your favorite beverages, and enjoy this often kooky, often goofy, but always fun rendition of a 70s feeling "girls in captivity" film. It might not be the most eloquent comic you will read out there. But it will not disappoint either. Read Full Review

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