Van Helsing vs. Frankenstein #2

Van Helsing vs. Frankenstein #2

Writer: Patrick Shand Artist: Leonardo Colapietro Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: September 14, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.7Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

Liesel Van Helsing faces the devastating results of her last hunt... and now, she must stand up against a foe more horrific that she could've ever imagined. With her back against the wall and no one to help her, Helsing must use her wits if she wishes to survive her first encounter with Frankenstein!

  • 10
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Sep 14, 2016

    This story may just begun, but the magnificence projected upon the page makes us want even more. Liesel must now face the result of one person's obsession, but can it really be wrong if it was done out of love? With Shand, Colapietro and Mujiono presenting us this literary brilliance, we want to see this end justifiably, but is even that possible now? With the hours painfully ticking by, we must wait patiently for the next installment, hoping beyond hope that civility can find a solution to this conundrum or that his suffering can come to a heartfelt end. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek-O-Rama - Rick Sep 7, 2016

    VHVF is a slice of gory fun. The art is excellent, the story fast-paced and pretty much everything youd need from a comic about hunting monsters. Theres even a bit of pathos, for you emotional human types. The creators of this little gem dont waste too much time; each issue begins and ends with a fight, with a little bit of buildup in the middle. Thats what we want! Feed your public, Zenescope! We crave that sweet, gooey, slightly fish-smelling monster blood. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Heroes Direct - Eammon Jacobs Sep 18, 2016

    Whilst we're only just beginning to see the actual 'vs.' element come through in this issue, it's still an intelligent, enjoyable read. It could be criticised for slowing the story down " but we feel that it needs to the context that the first two instalments provide. It gives the fight a little more weight and plot development rather than just a simple fight with yet another monster. This series is proving itself to be unpredictably weird, and we have no doubt that the writers and artists still have some more tricks up their sleeves. Read Full Review

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