VAMPIRELLA: AND THE SCARLET LEGION #2

Source: Dynamite Entertainment

Dynamite continues to impress with their latest addition to the Vampirella series.

Following the shocking turn of events from last issue, abandoned by her allies and friends, Vampirella seeks comfort in the arms of Chaos' most infamous servant, Ethan Shroud. But as Pendragon, Brittney and the newly convened Scarlet Legion race to recover the next fragment of "The Crimson Codices," Vampirella quickly finds her worst fears realized. Lost, hunted and backed into a corner alone, will she fight to clear her name or merely embrace her dark destiny? Bet on a fight!

Vampirella and the Scarlet Legion is for sale at MyComicShop.com

Here is a preview of Vampirella and the Scarlet Legion #2:


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