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by Various,Various Artists

Free eBook Vampirella Archives Volume 2 download ISBN: 1606901893
Author: Various,Various Artists
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment; 1st edition (February 15, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 376
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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by Various (Author), Various Artists (Artist). Book 6 of 15 in the Vampirella Archives Series. Only 8 left in stock (more on the way)

by Various (Author), Various Artists (Artist). Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Only 5 left in stock (more on the way).

Gonzalez was an anomaly among comic book artists because he had never wanted to be one in the first place, and as a kid had never read comic books, and only got to do them by a fortuitous accident.

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Gonzalez was an anomaly among comic book artists because he had never wanted to be one in the first place, and as a kid had never read comic books, and only got to do them by a fortuitous accident. Being a very able artist, he was hired at age fifteen to draw comic books by a fresh and newly formed art agency in Barcelona. Like most of the other artists in the studio, they worked for the European, and mostly for the British market, drawing anything from war, spy and western stories for various publishers.

Artwise we've got pretty much the same artists Warren had in the late 60's and in future issues the Spanish artists will arrive, along with Jose Gonzalez, who would become the definitive artist of the series

Only 12 left in stock (more on the way). Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Artwise we've got pretty much the same artists Warren had in the late 60's and in future issues the Spanish artists will arrive, along with Jose Gonzalez, who would become the definitive artist of the series

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Various, Various Artists. In September 1969, & number 1 debuted with a stunning cover by the legendary Frank Frazetta - an quickly made publishing history! The writers and artists that contributed during the magazine's original run included Jose Gonzalez, Archie Goodwin, Doug Moench, Bernie Wrightson, Barry Windsor Smith, Esteban Maroto, Frank Brunner, Mike Ploog, Rudy Nebres, Richard Corben, Pablo Marcos, Wally Wood, and many more! Dynamite now collects this legendary magazine in a hardcover archive collection!

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In September 1969, Vampirella #1 debuted with a stunning cover by the legendary Frank Frazetta — and quickly made publishing history! The writers and artists that contributed during the magazine's original run included Jose Gonzalez, Archie Goodwin, Doug Moench, Bernie Wrightson, Barry Windsor Smith, Esteban Maroto, Frank Brunner, Mike Ploog, Rudy Nebres, Richard Corben, Pablo Marcos,Wally Wood, and many more! Dynamite now collects this legendary magazine in a hardcover archive collection! Volume 2 collects seven more terrifying issues of the magazine's original run, issues #8-14, reprinted in its original magazine-sized format.
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Warianys
This archive of Vampirella's holds #8-14 of her magazine, and are wonderfully reproduced by Dynamite.

These book is best read during the day as these stories may not appeal to everyone's bedtime read while lying in bed at night.

There are stories from Vampirella herself, Amazonia of Karkassone, Dogault the viking, Rachel Walsh and many more that may boggle the mind of ordinary mortals.

A good part of these magazines is the different styles of artists which are as different as the stories themselves.

I enjoyed the story "To Kill a God" as it is the true story of Marcus Antonius and Cleopatra, and Wally Wood did the story justice with his fine artwork.

With more of the same as Arvhive #1, the reader may not be able to escape the clutches of the Dark Force as they immerse themselves into the grizzly horrors that waits for them at the turn of the page.

There is no need to tell the fans of Vampirella to continue to buying these archives as they already know what to expect, and some would already have the original series.

So, for those who know nothing about of a vampire from another world, who came to Earth to drain the life-blood from the inhibitants, and ending up becoming an ally against Chaos, then I recommend you buy this volume of Vampirella's Archives and get to know her, and some of the hideous tales from the better side of the Dark Force.

With a five star rating from me, I hope a lot of new fans of Vampirella will buy this archive and enjoy the stories within.
Whiteseeker
I have Creepy Archives & Eerie Archives, which I like, but I was blown away by Vampirella Volume 2 ! A much better deal with 370 pages & 7 issues, over the 250 pages & 5 issues of the other titles. This is the transition period from Tom Sutton doing decent art on Vampirella, to Jose Gonzales making the strip a work of art & the character his own. I disagree w/ other reviewer that there is little Vampirella in this collection. She has one story in six out of the seven issues. She rarely dominated the book, & on average, had one story per issue throughout her run, (except for specials & reprint issues).

The other stories in each issue are horror, like Creepy & Eerie, but much sexier. This collection features rare work by Barry Smith, Neal Adams, Dave Cockrum, Frank Brunner, Mike Ploog, Ken Barr, Billy Graham & Jeff Jones. If your mouth isn't watering, you're not a fan of great comic art. Not enough? You get at least 3 of Wally Wood's best b&w stories, a taste of Esteban Maroto (who will be featured heavily later) & early Ralph Reese. And of course, classic covers from Frazetta, Sanjulian & Vallejo.

I will be buying the next 3 or 4 of these archives, because I have the odd Warren issue btwn #20 and #40, & they are to me, the peak of Vampirella--with color too! I feel lucky to have gotten this new from Amazon for half price. Not sure about being worth $50, but if you can find for $25, these are the deal of the year!
Sironynyr
I received my copy of Vampirella Archives Volume Two yesterday from Amazon. Loved it more than the first volume.

Archie Goodwin and Jose Gonzalez begin their legendary run on the book in this volume and features Vampirella as the lead character with continuing stories. Unlike the previous archive collection where Vampi was more a host to introduce horror stories (think the Crypt-Keeper but way sexier!), this volume features Vampi as the star in her own stories. Up to this day, nobody draws (or more accurately paints-with-pencils) Vampirella like Spanish artist extraordinaire Jose Gonzalez. Also, nobody writes Vampirella like Archie Goodwin.

Firstly, Goodwin treats the character with respect and writes her in very sophisticated horror/occult-based tales. Secondly, it was Goodwin who gave her a supporting cast including Dr Van Helsing, Adam Van Helsing, Pendragon, and later the Blood Red Queen and Dracula. This elevates the series to a new level of classiness matched only perhaps by Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan's "Tomb of Dracula" over at Marvel. Thirdly, neither Goodwin nor artist Gonzalez play down the iconic-status of Vampirella. They portray her in her classic costume without deliberately addressing nor apologising for the ridiculousness of it. These days, creators either tweak her costume/origins in order to gain acceptability or add in unnecessary philosophical/apologetical/psychological mumbo-jumbo in order to distract readers from the fact that it's Vampirella that is the star of the book. One almost feels that modern writers would rather go elsewhere and work on other properties but are forced (shamefacedly) to work on Vampirella. Not so Archie Goodwin and Jose Gonzalez. They worked magic on the book because they managed to perfectly balance Vampirella's campiness and thrashiness with some genuinely deep horror/occult influences as well as give the character a mixture of charm and Little Orphan Annie-like naivete/innocence as a stranger (from Drakulon) trapped in a world that she never made (Earth). In short, a sexy horror icon - nothing more and certainly nothing less. Therein lies the magic of Vampirella and the classic Warren stories. Enjoy...
Legionstatic
Great to reread these stories again.
Ylal
I love the old Warren magazines, please make more.
olgasmile
Issue #10 is missing the lead-off story--it was 'Fiends Of The Night', written by Buddy Saunders and illustrated by Tom Sutton. It was probably dropped because it was introduced by Uncle Creepy, the rights to which are currently assigned to Dark Horse--still, it should have been easy to photoshop Vampi heads in and Uncle Creepy heads out?
Perongafa
Incredible stories, and fantastic art work.
Excellent HC.