Vampirella #9

Vampirella #9

Writer: Jeremy Whitley Artist: Andy Belanger Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: December 13, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Vampirella's trip to save her friend Vicki and restore death to the world has hit the road, but the road is about to hit back.  A mysterious boss wants Vicki dead and Vampirella tortured and has hired some heavily armed maniacs in war-ready vehicles to do it.  Can Vampirella save herself and Vicki?  Will they make it to their destination in one piece?  Who is this person who's hunting Vampirella?  Chaos reigns and a classic Vampirella character returns in part two of Jeremy Whitley and Andy Bellanger's pulse pounding Vampirella epic!

  • 10
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Dec 27, 2017

    'Vampirella' is a mash-up of fun using horror, action, dystopian sci-fi, romance, and comedy. It's a crazy violent road trip story with a sweet tender heart in the center. This is probably the most uninhibited Vampirella we've seen in a long time and the comic is better for it. Vampirella can be a fierce machine gun-toting winged monster in one scene and a caring sensual lover in the next. She's multi-dimensional and never boring. Jeremy Whitley and Andy Belanger have found a sweet, sexy, and sensational recipe for success that shouldn't be missed.  Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Dec 20, 2017

    Vampirella's still finding its groove to some degree but I also know that after the last few years and a range of writers and creative approaches that it's hard to pin down any particular groove for long. Whitley and Belanger are turning in some very fun stuff here that even as it riffs on familiar works feels fresh and new because of it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Olivier Roth Dec 21, 2017

    I was a little wary when I saw that this issue had three artists attached to it, since that is usually a sign of lower quality art, but I was pleasantly surprised that each section was turned over to one artist so that it allowed for some continuity in design from page to page. Only when the story beats changed did the artist change which is greatly appreciated. Read Full Review

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