[Vampire Tales, Volume 2] E–pub Á Roy Thomas

  • Paperback
  • 240
  • Vampire Tales, Volume 2
  • Roy Thomas
  • English
  • 12 May 2019
  • 9780785153108

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review Vampire Tales, Volume 2 Vampire Tales, Volume 2 characters ¸ 5 Download × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä Roy Thomas Dracula Kraska Count Varma Count Barsac and the Nazis And vampires than you can shake a wooden stake at Collecting Vampire Tales #4. Black and white horrorI used to read these in the seventies even though I was too young The tales of morbius are amusing now The depictions of curvaceous women and purple prose seems a little silly Some of the attitudes are uite old fashioned Cut the Clutter you can shake a wooden stake at Collecting Vampire Tales #4. Black and white horrorI used to read these in the seventies even though I was too Lost Girl young The tales of morbius are amusing now The depictions of curvaceous women and purple prose seems a little silly Some of the attitudes are uite old fashioned

review Vampire Tales, Volume 2

Vampire Tales, Volume 2

review Vampire Tales, Volume 2 Vampire Tales, Volume 2 characters ¸ 5 Download × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä Roy Thomas Bizarre Death Flame for the life of Amanda Saint Plus Witness Morbius' origin like never before Also featuring Lilith the daughter of. Collects the stories form the black white magazine Vampire Tales issues 4 7 Some comicsgraphic novelswhat have you are enduring even though written in another period of time this is not one of those Lilith s Dracula s daughter outfit must have been an anachronism even when these stories came out 1970s It is just ridiculous looking and no explanation is given for it in any of the stories here I read some of the Tomb of Dracula series from the same era and it did not make the same mistakes Perhaps they were trying to steal some of Vampirella s audience I doubt it workedThe stories themselves seem a little lackluster to me as well The best are the non continuing stories instead of the on going series Morbius Lilith but even those seem herky jerky stopping at odd places predictable and sometimes lame The artwork for the most part is decent the covers are excellent comparatively speaking though a little less atmospheric and a little realistic would have made me happier All in all worth the 99 cents I paid for it but I will be deleting it from my kindle as it is not worth a second read George Langs Cuisine of Hungary you are enduring even though written in another period of time this is not one of those Lilith s Dracula s daughter outfit must have been an anachronism even when these stories came out 1970s It is just ridiculous looking and no explanation is given for it in any of the stories here I read some of the Tomb of Dracula series from the same era and it did not make the same mistakes Perhaps they were trying to steal some of Vampirella s audience I doubt it workedThe stories themselves seem a little lackluster to me as well The best are the non continuing stories instead of the on going series Morbius Lilith but even those seem herky jerky stopping at odd places predictable and sometimes lame The artwork for the most part is decent the covers are excellent comparatively speaking though a little less atmospheric and a little realistic would have made me happier All in all worth the 99 cents I paid for it but I will be deleting it from my kindle as it is not worth a second read

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review Vampire Tales, Volume 2 Vampire Tales, Volume 2 characters ¸ 5 Download × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä Roy Thomas It's 1974 and vampires have never been frightening Morbius the Living Vampire can't catch a break as he battles a demon cult and the. As stated in other reviews the book format itself hampered this collection It reprints magazine sized comics in smaller digest format which leads to text pieces almost too small to read and much loss of detail to the art That being said I am reviewing the content itself without the limitations imposed by the formatI love the anthology format and Morbius has always been a favorite I ve also enjoyed the articles much than I have thought However the overall uality is down in this volume compared to volume 1 with some very silly stories that go beyond camp and into ridiculousness Art is still nice for the most part and still an entertaining read