Vengeance of Vampirella #2

Writer: Tom Sniegoski Artist: Michael Sta. Maria Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 6, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Vampirella Reborn! Savage! Feral! A literal demon thirsting for blood! As humanity raises their greatest hope from the dead, will Pendragon and the rest of our survivor's be able to quell the beast that they have unleashed?!?
  
Originally debuting in 1994, Vengeance of Vampirella portrayed a more savage and feral look at the Daughter of Drakulon. Now, for the 50th Anniversary of Vampirella, original series writer Tom Sniegoski (joined by the incredible art of Michael Sta. Maria) is back and issue #2 features a host of incredible cover artists.

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 6, 2019

    At this point I'm still just trying to figure out this series place and point. There's been a lot going on with Vampirella in the past year with highs and lows and several new projects to celebrate but I'm struggling to really connect with a lot of them. This series so far feels like a dark but colorful (and beautiful) 80's anime series in a way. It has all the post-apocalyptic elements it needs, great costuming, oppressive atmosphere, and a sense of big things to come that would be camp if it just hewed a bit more in that direction. It's beautiful curiosity and I like what we're presented with so far, though that's more for the artwork than the story as it hasn't had time to really reveal what it is that it wants to say. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Stacy Baugher Nov 7, 2019

    Vengeance of Vampirella #2 is good issue that delivers at first, but starts to shake upon more scrutiny. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Nov 6, 2019

    'Vengeance of Vampirella' #2 lacks the tension and anticipation of the first issue but sets-up Vampi's resurrection with enough violence to make it interesting. We've yet to see the real Vampi the one we know and love. There's an obligatory transition rising from the dead so it's understandable we get a rabid one-note killer while she assimilates but isn't very compelling. It's by the numbers but still looks great. Issue three should be a break-out so it's worth sticking around. Read Full Review

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