Vengeance of Vampirella #24

Writer: Thomas Sniegoski Artist: Michael Santamaria Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 24, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The end is nigh! The penultimate issue of Tom Sniegoski’s triumphant return to the pages of Vampirella is here!

The Servants of the Danse have taken Jeannine, and in order to save her Vampirella must leave her place of solitude and travel to the mysterious walled city called Sepulchre where she will encounter the returned Danse Macabre—and a new purpose for her existence.

A continuing amazing mélange of cover artist: Parrillo! Oliver! Segovia! Cosplay!

  • 8.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Nov 24, 2021

    VENGEANCE OF VAMPIRELLA #24 mixes mysticism and the supernatural with The Matrix for a story about an old organization rising from the ashes of Nyxs dominance to establish a new world order. The setup is an uncharacteristic (for a Vampirella comic) lean towards science fiction to come up with an intriguing premise, albeit one that sorta comes out of left field considering the prior arc. The art deserves praise for its dramatic shadows that instill a sense of looming tragedy to make the issue feel like something dreadful is about to happen. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 24, 2021

    I don't follow when series end in terms of comic news so seeing this listing the next issue as the finale was a surprise that I'm mixed on. I want to explore more of this world but at the same time, it definitely feels like an overstayed epilogue piece that's moving too quickly toward its conclusion. I really liked seeing this version of Vampirella here for a bit as well as seeing how off the rails the Danse Macabre has gone once the big fight was done and the other threads of the organization started to come together. Sniegoski moves things along well here while Kewber Baal coming in on the artwork is once again welcome as they're a solid and strong Vampirella artist. Here's to the coming finale. Read Full Review

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