Vampirella #10

Vampirella #10

Writer: Nancy A. Collins Artist: Patrick Berkenkotter Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: March 4, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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When the murder plague erupts in a major American city, Vampirella, Tristan, and Madame Evily work to contain the epidemic before it can spread to the rest of the country. But as Vampirella closes in on the third and final member of the Accursed conspiracy responsible for creating and spreading the deadly disease, the unexpected return of an important figure from her past leads to a shocking personal revelation.

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 4, 2015

    Vampirella has worked through this arc pretty well as I've really enjoyed the various aspects of the plague/virus that's being used and the use of The Accursed to bring us a different kind of immortal from the vampiric kind. This, combined with The Kabal and having Vampirella working with a couple of others to defeat what's going on, provides a nice change from where we were at the start and previously with the church and all that they have. Vampirella's in a very different position than she's been, and while it does seem like she's just riding along with it at the moment, I'm looking forward to a potential time when she starts establishing things more and leading rather than reacting. But with Draculina now a part of things, which we knew was coming from the Feary Tales series, I'm really curious to see just how these two interact and what Draculina's real goal in all of this may be. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Mar 10, 2015

    Vampirella #10presented a quick resolution to the latest outbreak but the set-up and character progression more then makes up for that haste. And for that reason this issue comes recommended. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - James Anders II Mar 12, 2015

    Overall, Collins' pacing is good and Berkenkotter's art continues to be strong really capturing a rough brutality tempered with equal parts of noble heroism. I am still feeling however that the issue once again feels rushed, trying to fit a whole lot of backstory in with some heavy duty action. This doesn't necessarily hurt the issue, but it does flood the reader with a whole lot of information when the action within this arc has been the rock star of the story so far. The ending is quite pleasing though, and I do believe that the ongoing back story will be significantly less as we have the potential for some very strong evenly matched fisticuffs ready to fly on the next issue. Read Full Review

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