Read Vampirella Volume 2: A Murder of Crows by Eric Trautmann Fabiano Neves Brandon Jerwa Johnny Desjardins Heubert Khan Michael Online

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Vampirella's back and on the hunt! Dynamite Entertainment's acclaimed mistress of the dark continues her supernatural adventures, running a gauntlet of murder and despair across an increasingly imperiled globe.A trio of demoness assassins - the Kerasu Shimei (the "Crow Sisters") - have clawed their into our world, and are intent on building a bloody monument to murder, sinVampirella's back and on the hunt! Dynamite Entertainment's acclaimed mistress of the dark continues her supernatural adventures, running a gauntlet of murder and despair across an increasingly imperiled globe.A trio of demoness assassins - the Kerasu Shimei (the "Crow Sisters") - have clawed their into our world, and are intent on building a bloody monument to murder, sin and mayhem, and it will take all of Vampirella's considerable skill to send them screaming back to Hell...And in a special guest story, a terrifying exorcism awaits Vampirella and her companion, Sofia Murray, in Germany. But this particular demon isn't ready for eviction just yet...Vampirella: A Murder of Crows collects issues 8-11 of Dynamite's acclaimed horror/adventure series, and features stories by writers Eric Trautmann and Brandon Jerwa and the art talents of Fabiano Neves, Heubert Khan Michael and Johnny Desjardins....

Title : Vampirella Volume 2: A Murder of Crows
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ISBN : 9781606902479
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 120 Pages
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Vampirella Volume 2: A Murder of Crows Reviews

  • Patrick
    2019-03-01 12:18

    I liked Volume 2 better than the first. I'm still not particularly impressed, but the change in writers and artists was welcome at the end. Still, not one I'd push on anyone.

  • Josh
    2019-03-10 12:34

    While not as meaty as the first volume, Crown of Worms, A Murder of Crows continues the action orientated theme of the series, this time pitting Vampirella against a trio of avian horrors hell bent on destroying her.Some broader plot elements are starting to take shape here as the series plants seeds for the long haul. Hints are dropped about Vampirella’s mysterious agent, the person/organisation who assigns her missions while also further exploring the sci-fi elements and other worldly connections Vampirella has. Personally I would’ve liked to see more emphasis on pulply horror, luckily the last issue in this collection caters to that niche with Sofia taking part in an exorcism.Overall this is an ok second arc made better by the semi-standalone issue rounding out the book. 3/5 stars.

  • Lucía Sancho-Arroyo
    2019-03-20 09:16

    Vampirella: Asesinato de cuervos, es un tomo sensiblemente más corto que el anterior y, como podéis observar en la ficha, en él unen fuerza muchos más artistas. Hay dos estilos diferenciados, ya que en esta ocasión el cómic se divide en dos partes: una historia principal (que da nombre al tomo) con tres seres demoníacos como antagonistas, unos a los que Vampirella, ayudada de la sarcástica humana Sofía, se enfrentará. Las Karasu Shimai (que es como se llaman este trío de engendros infernales con muchas curvas y mala leche) sirven al Duque del Caos y entraron por una puerta abierta cuando Vampi portó durante un rato la corona de gusanos (y no quiero spoilear más, pero ¡es inevitable!).Este primer tramo del recopilatorio me encanta en cuanto a guión y estilo gráfico, siguiendo el estilo del anterior (para gustos, colores).La segunda parte es un relato en el que conocemos a los benefactores de la sexy vampiresa, que atraen a esta y su compañera humana a la sede para una misión. El estilo cambia radicalmente, con trazos más imprecisos y perfiles de los personajes muy distintos (Sofía ni siquiera parece la misma; se me antoja más joven). En esta historia corta nos vemos transportados a la mente de la chica, siendo testigos de cómo enfrenta el mal en unas escenas oníricas y a su pasado cuando está despierta.Lo que está claro, es que yo espero el siguiente número con ansiedad (Mi cara: *___*). Ya he sido "vampirellizada", ¿y tú?Recomendada a los fans de Vampi y los amantes del urban fantasy.Lo mejor: La historia. Los chascarrillos de Sofía y la chulería de Vampirella.Lo peor: quizá el estilo visual del relato extra que, en mi humilde y profana opinión (muuuy profana), rompe el conjunto, pero por otro lado nos ofrece otra visión de los personajes y el entorno de estos.Lee esta y otras reseñas en el blog: www.laplumadelangelcaido.com

  • Tomas
    2019-03-19 07:10

    Everything that I disliked about first volume continued but art got worse and story simpler. Therefore I will not continue with reading

  • mike ruth
    2019-03-06 06:30

    Great story's and the art is really good 👍I have enjoyed the Vampirella searese and will continue to get them as they come out I would recommend them to anyone

  • Cale
    2019-02-21 06:20

    I read this in single issues, not the collected volume, but I would assume the content is the same. It's actually a couple of standalone stories and one multi-issue piece. All of the pieces are relatively strong - the first issue is a standalone about Sofia facing the 'little' monsters of her life, which is a strong feminist issue with a fairly cathartic scene helping to add some depth to the sidekick character. The next three issues feature the titular characters, a trio of crow-masked assassins. It's basically an extended action sequence which plays out with some thoughtful strategy. The final issue is a possession story with a different perspective. It doesn't offer much in the way of closure for the overarching story, but has its moments. All in all, it's a decent collection. Art is okay to good (and Vampirella spends half her time in conservative attire), and the action is pretty good. Nothing long-term memorable, but still an enjoyable read.

  • Aaron
    2019-03-01 06:22

    Great artwork throughout the entire comic.

  • Nicole
    2019-02-26 06:26

    Volumes 8-11, Meeting the Crow SistersHated the art in #11.