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Vampirella #1 (Bloodstalk)

Vampirella #1 (Bloodstalk)
Ron Goulart | Warner Books | 1975 | 141 pages

First book in a series of novelizations of the Warren Publishing horror-comic series, featuring the interstellar blood-sucking heroine. 362 more words

Pulp Fiction

Review: Altered States Vampirella #1

Some might question the logic of this new direction for Dynamite characters which focus on retelling their stories in an alternate reality setting.  It first started with Legenderry in 2013, as a steampunk re-imagining of Dynamite’s most notable characters, and it continued recently with the launch of individual Legenderry titles as well as with the new alternate reality series Altered States.   274 more words

Comics

Review - Altered States: Vampirella (one-shot) (Dynamite)

Publisher: Dynamite
Writer: Nancy A. Collins
Artist: Francesco Manna
Release Date: 4th March, 2015 521 more words

Review

Dynamite Entertainment: Legenderry Vampirella, Red Sonja, & Green Hornet

I’m supposed to review Legenderry Green Hornet, but I while I was pulling it off the shelf of the comic book store I got a bug up my ass and decided to do a review of all three Dynamite “Legenderry” titles that are currently out (Legenderry Vampirella, Legenderry Red Sonja, and Legenderry Green Hornet .. 645 more words

Dawn - Vampirella #3 (Dynamite, 2015)

Dawn – Vampirella #3 (Dynamite)

Story : Joseph Michael Linsner

Art : Joseph Michael Linsner (art and colours) and Valentia Pinto (colours)

(Reviewed by Cap’n Aldous) 826 more words

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Gail Simone to Headline All-Female Dynamite Comics Event

GAIL SIMONE HEADLINES ALL-FEMALE WRITING TEAMS ON EPIC “SWORDS OF SORROW” EVENT,
UNITING RED SONJA, DEJAH THORIS, VAMPIRELLA, AND MORE DYNAMITE ICONS FOR CORE SERIES AND TIE-IN TITLES… 1,200 more words
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Dynamite Announces 'Swords Of Sorrow,' An All-Female Pulp Character Crossover

The seedy world of pulp fiction tends to be dominated by male characters, but female pulp heroes certainly exist. They may not be quite as well-known as their male counterparts, but pulp heroines like Vampirella, Red Sonja and Jungle Girl have carved out their own niches, and have been growing in popularity in recent years. 231 more words

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