Vampirella #11

Writer: Nancy A. Collins Artist: Patrick Berkenkotter Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: April 8, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The identity of the third conspirator behind Dr. Faustus' insane plot to free The Accursed from their immortality by destroying the world is finally revealed--and proves to have a shocking connection to Vampirella. Also, a figure from Vampirella's past--a character dating back to her earliest Warren magazine appearances--makes a dramatic return--with a vengeance. Discover the surprising truth about Vampirella's origin that even she doesn't know in the final chapter of The Accursed story arc: "The Farmer's Daughters".

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Apr 8, 2015

    Closing this arc definitely hits at about the right time and it's done with a lengthy exploration of what caused all of this to really take root. It's not shunted to just a few pages with action dominating it, but rather the reverse where the action is dealt with quickly and a real exploration of how it all came about is given time to breathe. Draculina is someone I'm hoping to see used well here as time goes on, or even a brief spinoff of her own to let her material come together, as I really want to see more of how Vampirella is going to handle her new kingdom more as well as a bit more on the Kabal and what they offer. But as we get further into the series, I'm finding myself more and more intrigued by it and wanting more than I thought I would before. The first arc took a bit to really get into it, but this one has been playing very well with its looks at the Accursed and what drives them. Definitely a lot of fun and a solid conclusion to the arc. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - Edward Wendt Apr 7, 2015

    This issue ends up being the most entertaining in this run as it decides to put its focus mainly on one story instead of several. Equally though, it is not a pulse pounding issue where readers will turn the pages. At the very least this issue should contain the last of these origins and should allow the series to proceed at a somewhat normal pace moving forward. There is potential here now for a stronger universe of characters for Vampirella to interact with, and if that was the sole goal of the previous issue then it was successful, and now it is left for the creative team to use what they have for some engaging stories as they move forward. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - James Anders II Apr 9, 2015

    Nothing really bad to report other than using the Vampirella's Feary Tales as a teaser to what would unfold in this issue and the cover that didn't convey anything. But fortunately, you don't have to read that particular publication to follow the action here and the cover is just that, a cover. For that, I breathe a big sigh of relief. I do think that issue has turned a corner for Collins as Vampirella is really beginning to be made into her own creation. I can't think of a better writer to tell this tale. Ready for more. Read Full Review

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