Issue #1 (October 2004)
Regular Cover - Texiera $3.95
Limited Alternate Cover - Golden (1,500 copies) $9.95
Limited Alternate Cover - Dub (1,500 copies) $9.95
Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner
The story starts with Vampirella in a very unusual
situation (for her, anyway) - sat on the toilet with her
cozzy around her ankles, suffering from a bad case of diarrhoea.
In a flashback we learn how she got in this predicament - eating
a demon that was laced with laxatives!!!! Quite funny, and some
light relief from the usual fare.
Marie Croall and Stefano Caselli
Ophidia, the snake lady from World's End Circus,
is kidnapped by cultist who want to sacrifice her to the snake god,
Sargoth. A sinister ritual is taking place. Men who worship the
dark prepare to summon a monster. Ophidia watches ... chained ...
waiting patiently ...
But they have made one small miscalculation ...
The Case of the Connected Clowns and the Collector
Vampirella and Pantha prepare to take Hollywood by storm! Plus
a special appearance by Pendragon! It's a classic tale by the greatest
Vampirella artist ever, José Gonzalez! Reprinted from Warren
Vampirella 71. Not the best Warren story, but entertaining.
Jay Faerber and Dub
Something's in the air, something terrible, something
overriding reason and possessing even the strongest willed.
Vampirella and Pantha meet up with odd consequences.
Pantha is an unknowing carrier for a "lust" virus which
makes her fall in love with Vampirella (very understandable),
and has strange effects on the World's End Circus personnel.
A really nice, one off, issue for Halloween 2004. There are three
covers which are all great, but the Golden cover really appeals
for it's simplicity and effect.
This is quite a thick book and smells wonderful when opened for
the first time. The stories are all entertaining in their own ways,
and the whole package is great value for money.