Vampirella Vs. Dracula TP
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Release Date: September 19, 2012
Cover Price: $19.99
Writer: Joe Harris
Artist: Ivan Rodriguez
Cover: Joseph Michael Linser
Format: 160 pgs.; Full-Color; Trade Paperback
Spinning out of Alan Moore's retelling of the ageless horror classic, Dracula has come to America to play out his timeless narrative in this brave, New World. Only he didn't realize ANOTHER vampire already beat him to it. Drawn to one another across continents and centuries by a mysterious force, both Vampirella and Bram Stoker's immortal monster find themselves sucked into a time-tossed epic of love, hate, death, and damnation. But can an epic built for one vampire possibly hold them both?
• The complete 6-issue series by Joe Harris (Fury of Firestorm) and Ivan Rodriguez (Star Wars).
• All 6 covers by Joseph Michael Linsner (Dawn).
• The classic Dracula tale, "New European," by Alan Moore (Watchmen) and Gary Frank (Batman: Earth One).
"If you like a good twisty read, this series is for you. It's less about vampires and more about the journey and adventure... you can hardly go wrong."
– Geeks of Doom
"Please read if you enjoy: blood, ï¬ghts, bloody ï¬ghts, girl on girl on girl on girl, vampires."
– One Geek Nation
"The art is exceptionally good."
– Word of the Nerd
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