Post by dem bones on Oct 20, 2007 7:51:18 GMT
Can't start again and overlook the huge influence Vampirella had on the old board. Here's one I made earlier ...Ron Goulart - Vampirella #3:: Deadwalk
Vampi: "The girl with the terrific pair" it says here. cover artwork:Gino D'Achille
The usual wholesome fare with our heroine again finding herself taken captive, manacled and separated from her blood substitute, forcing her to feed from one of her captors. It's business as usual in her love life too, with Adam Van Helsing's father always on hand with his trusty stake whenever the pair look set to get down to some serious hanky panky. Setting is the Carribean Island of Cote de Soliel, where Pendragon, the perma-drunk stage magician, and his glamorous assistant fall foul of a Voodoo cult with a penchant for human sacrifice, before the pair move on to London via LA. Trouble pursues them at every turn. Vampirella's latest foes include a vampire rock star, Devastator, and Brian Josefen, whose bargain with the Cult of Chaos has prolonged his existence despite a (for once) spectacularly grisly 'death'. Also of note, Devastator's producer, Rigby, a knowingly (?) grotesque cartoon of the uber sexist. His first words to Vampirella - "You've got a terrific pair of knockers!" ("Why, thank you for noticing") - sets the tone for an entire chapter: "Would you like to park that beautiful ass of yours in a chair, Vampi? ... I don't much like brainy broads. You can keep your smartass comebacks to yourself. We all have our specialities. Mine is clever remarks, yours is nice tits ... I really don't go for a bimbo who flaunts her brains".I can see you're warming to him already. "I admire your courtly style Mr. Rigby" remarks a supremely unimpressed Vampirella.
This is very good stuff indeed.