Comic Review: Vampirella: The Dynamite Years Omnibus Vol. 4: The Minis (Dynamite)

Vampirella, The Dynamite Years Omnibus Volume 4 brings us a collection of miniseries: Included in this Omnibus are: Secret Legion issues 1-5, written by Joe Harris, illustrated by Jose Malaga […]

Vampirella, The Dynamite Years Omnibus Volume 4 brings us a collection of miniseries:

Included in this Omnibus are:
Secret Legion issues 1-5, written by Joe Harris, illustrated by Jose Malaga Vampirella Vs: Dracula issues 1-6, written by Joe Harris and illustrated by Ivan Rodriguez The New European written by Alan Moore, penciled by Gary Frank, inked by Cam Smith The Red Room, issues 1-4, written by Dan Brereton, illustrated by Jean Diaz

If you’re a fan of Vampi, and who doesn’t love watching a scantily clad female vampire running around and biting people. this is your Omnibus.

At $34.99 for almost 400 full-colour pages, it’s a highly affordable way to gather up 16 stories. It appeals to the accountant in us all: the stories are dramatic and fantastical. Cold blooded Vampirella is outfitted for appeal and not for warmth. There are plenty of evil baddies and some sexy sirens. All under one “Omniroof”!

Dynamite, Vampirella, The Dynamite Years Omnibus Volume 4: The Minis, $34.99 for 394 pages, Teen +

Alan Spinney

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After a career of graphic design, art direction and copywriting, I still have a passion for words and pictures. I love it when a comic book comes together; the story is tight, and the drawings lead me forward. Art with words... the toughest storytelling technique to get right. Was this comic book worth your money? Let's see!!