Vampirella: Dark Reflections #1
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Vampirella: Dark Reflections #1

Writer: Tom Sniegoski, Jeannine Acheson Artist: Daniel Maine Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: June 5, 2024 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
8.2Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

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A new miniseries from the writers of Vampiverse explodes onto comic shelves in June! Lilith, a daughter of Vampirella, now working for the Reality Corp., has been assigned her first mission, investigating an anomaly in one of the many threads of the Fabric where the Vampirella of that world has gone eerily silent. Upon reaching this reality, Lilith discovers a world overrun by the spawn of Chaos and a Vampirella beaten and broken by the forces she has sworn to combat. It is up to Lilith to save this world from a monstrous evil and to restore Vampirella to the warrior of Order she had once been.


  • 8.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Jun 3, 2024

    VAMPIRELLA: DARK REFLECTIONS #1 kicks off a rousing adventure about a new member of the Reality Corps investigating a parallel Earth gone silent. Sniegoski and Acheson's script distills the complex multiversal shenanigans into a clear, concise plot about good versus evil, and Daniel Maine's art excels, especially in the trippier aspects of multi-dimensional travel. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Tim Adams Jun 5, 2024

    The dialogue is witty, fun and lighthearted, with the art to match the tone and style. And they even manage to have a surprise ending on the final page. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Jawnyblaze Jun 11, 2024

    I'm no Vampirella buff, I've read a bit here and there. This seems like standard quality fare with a new coat of paint. The "TVA"-like setting is about as good as one could expect. Writing isn't exceptional, but it's par for the course. The art is fine (I ran out of ways to say the same thing heh). I'll keep reading and see where it goes if for no other reason than they tend to commission some really beautiful covers for these Vampi books these days.

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