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Info édition : Collects: Vampirella Strikes (1995) #6 Vampirella: 25th Anniversary Special (1996) Vampirella: The New Monthly (1997) #1-6
Info édition : Collects: Vampirella / Dracula: The Centennial (1997) Vampirella Lives (1996) #1-3 Vampirella: 25th Anniversary Special (1996)
Info édition : Collects: Vampirella (2001) #1-6 Collecting the work of Mark Millar's second run on Vampirella as he takes readers on a journey to the town of "Nowheresville!" Along for the ride is Mike Mayhew and his incredibly realistic depiction of Vampirella throughout this collection. Also reprinting "Fear Of Mirrors" by John Smith and Mayhew.
Info édition : Collects: Vampirella 2006 Halloween Special (2006) #1 Vampirella Comics Magazine (2003) #1,10 Vampirella Halloween: Trick & Treat (2004) #1 Vampirella Summer Special (2005) #1 Vampirella: 25th Anniversary Special (1996) Vampirella: The New Monthly (1997) #18-20
Info édition : Vampirella enters the modern era courtesy of Kurt Busiek. From the 1991 classic limited series "Morning In America" comes Vampirella's resurgence as she prepares to battle a new threat from the Cult Of Chaos in the form of Nathan Shroud and the Unseelie Congress by Kurt Busiek and Louis LaChance. Volume 5 also collects three short stories from the Vampirella Summer Nights Special from 1992 which chronicle some of the key players from Morning In America such as Adam and Pendragon, written once again […]
Info édition : Collects James Robinson's and Joe Jusko's sense shattering tale Blood Lust. Also includes the Blood Lust epilogue originally not released with the original two issue series and an article which covers how Joe Jusko worked from the script and thumbnailed, drafted and then painted
Info édition : Features Vampirella vs. Pantha, by Millar and Mark Texeira, two classic reprints from the original Vampirella Magazine, and more hard-to-find stories from Vampirella. Also featuring stories by David Conway, Steven Grant, John Smith, Dan Jolley. It's the very best of Pantha all in one place.