Vampirella #13

Vampirella #13

Writer: Nancy A. Collins Artist: Patrick Berkenkotter Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: August 19, 2015 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Vampirella must deal with a palace coup in the conclusion of the "God Save the Queen" story arc in this special Unlucky 13 issue. When her lover, Tristan, is kidnapped and tortured by her enemies, Vampirella must decide whether or not to abdicate the throne in favor of the evil Count Savanovic or fight to remain Queen of the Nosferatu with the aid of a former ally-one that also happens to be more than a little dead.

  • 8.5 - Harrison Rawdin Aug 19, 2015

    Vampirella #13finds its way but stumbles ever so slightly,truth be told it never really ceases to impress.For that reason this release maintains the volume quality as itconcludes onearc tolay the groundwork for future adventures with our iconic monster huntress. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 19, 2015

    Vampirella brings things to a close here and after thirteen issues we get her ready to start off with a new chapter in her life. This time she has a few additional friends on board with Coleridge and Tristan working with her and that could make for some fun ahead. I suspect she might still end up working with the Kabal as well simply because it puts her into some jobs that are very much in her interest. The series is one that's pretty open-ended and we've seen a lot of spin off books lately with the character in a number of other situations so I haven't minded too much having less of the main book. I'm definitely curious to see where it goes from here as this storyline is pretty well executed, even if it all feels over far too quickly. But I'm also wary because it seems like we're moving past an ideal concept to tell a lot of interesting stories with. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Graphic Policy - Edward Wendt Aug 20, 2015

    Other parts of these 13 issues have looked like they might be going somewhere else, but have also often stalled, and this final issue with this concept also feels rushed and out of place. It is too bad because the talent has mostly been there to take the stories to another level, just they have not ever really made it. Vampirella belongs in comics, but it seems as though a proper home cannot be found for her. Instead she is just shifted around between somewhat generic stories without ever really finding one that can highlight her as a character. Perhaps with the end of the Kabal concept the character can find a better direction to be taken in, but for the moment, this was another failed experiment for her. Read Full Review

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