Vampirella Archives Volume 11 HC by Bruce Jones
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More exciting horror and science fiction tales are collected in this eleventh volume of Vampirella Archives. These classic Warren-era storylines showcase Vampirella's acting career as she meets supernatural menaces both on-screen and off, plus tales of ghosts, dragons, zombies, yetis, and all matter of unearthly danger. Collecting Vampirella Magazine #72-79, featuring the work of Jose Gonzalez, Esteban Maroto, Bruce Jones, Len Wein, and many more. Includes a wealth of bonus materials from a bygone era, including the "Feary Tales" feature on urban legends, the monthly "Scarlet Letters" column, "Vampi's Vault" of creator biographies and literary reviews, and intact vintage advertisements.

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Bruce Jones is the former Editor-at-Large for the weekly magazine "Autosport", the acknowledged world authority on motor sport at all levels, from the pinnacle of Formula One to the grass-roots formulae. The author of the best-selling "Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One" & "Fifty Years of the Formula One World Championship", he has contributed to many motor sport books & magazines worldwide, including biographies of Formula One team owners Frank Williams & Colin Chapman. Len Wein is the co-creator of "Wolverine" and the "New X-Men." He is a former editor in chief of Marvel Comics, Disney Comics, and Top Cow Comics, as well as a senior editor at DC Comics. His previous work includes "The All-New, All-Different X-Men Masterworks; The Untold Legend of Batman; "and" Wonder Woman: Gods and Mortals." He lives in Woodland Hills, California. Spanish master of fantasy and sensuous goddesses. He's been seen everywhere from the Warren heyday to DC and Image today. Steve Englehart is the mastermind behind this epic tale of confused confrontation. Nick worked as editor, artist and writer for such distinguished comic book companies as DC, Marvel, Charlton and Warren (publisher of "Creepy" and "Vampirella" comics) and as a background designer for Hollywood studios such as Disney, Marvel Films, Universal, Sony and MGM. He created numerous characters including superhero "E-Man" and the underground classic, "Moonie," which has appeared in men's magazines in full color and in her own novels and graphic novels. She has been released in her own movie "Moonie and the Spider Queen." He is a two-time winner of the Ray Bradbury Award for writing excellence and a 2009 Inkpot Award winner for his work in Comic Art. He has over 45 years experience as a writer/artist/editor/filmmaker. "Starflake on Thrill World" is his latest novel.
Published April 9, 2015 by Dynamite Entertainment. 400 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction