The Vamp first appeared in Dynamite Leisure multiverse crossover collection Vampiverse final 12 months, as a mysterious crime fighter within the Thirties. And tying in with The Cult Of Chaos, Tom Sniegoski and Jeannine Acheson return to the character with artwork from Daniel Maine.
The Vamp is a mysterious crime fighter in a Thirties pulp world. Now her full origin shall be revealed. The place did she come from? In addition to how she established her popularity and have become the scourge of all issues evil. Even on this world, the notorious Cult of Chaos exists, and he or she could actually have a stunning connection to them. Author Jeannine Acheson shared, “The Vamp was undoubtedly one of many characters that stood out to us as we wrote the Vampiverse mini-series. She was one of many extra ‘fleshed-out’ Vampirellas — taking over a lifetime of her personal as quickly as she appeared — so Tom and I are actually excited to re-visit her on this problem!” “I am an enormous fan of the pulps (The Shadow, Doc Savage, The Spider) and getting an opportunity to write down a Vampirella with that sort of loopy, over-the-top storytelling is one thing that I can not wait to do,” mentioned author Tom Sniegoski. “There’s even a speaking orangutan butler, for Pete’s sake!”
Vampiverse Presents: The Vamp #1 shall be revealed in June with covers by Jimmy Broxton, German Garcia, and cosplayer Rachel Hollon.
Vampirella is a vampire superheroine created by Forrest J Ackerman and Trina Robbins in Warren Publishing’s black-and-white horror comics journal Vampirella #1 in 1969. Author-editor Archie Goodwin later developed the character from horror-story hostesses, to a horror-drama main character. The journal was revealed repeatedly till 1983, when Warren Publishing folded and its property have been purchased by Harris Publications, later bought by Dynamite Leisure, who’ve revealed Vampirella comedian books in a single form or kind since.