Now Vampirella Gets A Baby Cover

Well, it worked for Marvel didn’t it? Dynamite launches Vampirella Strikes in February with this Chris Elipoulos “Baby” “Cute” variant as a retailr incentiuve cover…

VAMPIRELLA STRIKES#1 (of 6)
32 pages FC  •  $3.99  •  Teen+
Written by Tom Sniegoski
Art by Johnny Desjardins
Cover A) Michael Turner
Cover B) David Finch
Cover C) MIlo Manara
Cover D) Johnny Desjardins
• Chris Eliopoulos “Cute” Exclusive Variant Featuring New Art retailer incentive cover

Fearful that her monstrous nature is taking control, Vampirella takes solace in some extreme violence, and conversation, all topped off with a nice glass of Merlot, in a Boston tavern overrun by the demonic in the first part of this six issue story.  Living in a world of growing supernatural threats, Vampirella never knows what she will be facing from one moment to the next, but what she finds waiting for her in her Boston Brownstone when she returns from a night of hunting is the most unexpected of all.  Angels of Heaven sent by God . . . and they want Vampirella to work for them.

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