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  • Vampirella is a vampire superheroine from another planet who first appeared in Warren Comics.
  • Pendant féminin de Dracula. Née Ginette Waltrou (ou Ella Vampire selon certaines sources)
  • She is a vampire, since it was the daughter of Lilith and needs blood to survive and has many of the typical vampiric powers, including superhuman physical abilities, shapeshifting into a bat, immortality, and a mesmeric stare. She is not prone to the race's traditional weaknesses, such as daylight, holy water, garlic, or crosses. She does not attack people to drink their blood, except occasionally when she herself is attacked or desires to kill. She is almost always scantily clad in her signature red sling suit with a white collar and wearing shiny black knee-high boots.
  • Vampirella is published by Dynamite Entertainment in association with Harris Comics.
  • Vampirella is a superheroic Vampire whom both The Magdalena and Jackie Estacado have encountered and worked with. She met The Magdalena while they were both hunting a symbiotic Vampire trying to steal The Darkness from Jackie.
  • Vampirella is a tall pale woman with a mane of raven-black hair and green eyes. Her look is of a skimpy red outfit barely covering her nipples and genatalia, with a golden bat emblem over the crotch. She wears an upturned white collar at her neck, long high-heeled black boots, and a a golden bracelet on one arm.
  • thumb|Vampirella de Frank FrazettaVampirella é uma personagem de histórias em quadrinhos criada por Forrest J. Ackerman em1969, e que estreou na antiga editora norte-americana Warren, nas páginas de Creepy e Eerie e que posteriormente ganhou uma revista própria. Originalmente, ela é uma vampira extraterrestre de um planeta tendo dois sóis chamado Drakulon (ou Draculon). Apesar de idealizador, Ackerman não a finalizou sozinho, tendo influência direta de outros nomes importantes como Trina Robbins e Frank Frazetta, que definiram a roupagem e o desenho original dela, respectivamente. Mas também teve outros artistas igualmente importantes como Tom Sutton, José Gonzales, Enrich, Sanjulian, Gonzalo Mayo e outros.
  • Vampirella is a fictional character, a comic book vampire superheroine created by Forrest J Ackerman and costume designer Trina Robbins in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969). Writer-editor Archie Goodwin later developed the character from horror-story hostess, in which capacity she remained through issue #8 (Nov. 1970), to a horror-drama leading character. Vampirella was ranked 35th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list.
  • Vampirella is the titular character of her respective series and the protagonist in Aliens-Vampirella, she is a vampire and along with some crewmates, investigate a cave below a base on mars on suspicion of vampire activity. The cave turns out to be filled with xenomorph Ovomorphs. The group's proximity trigger the eggs and the majority of them are attacked and subdued by Facehuggers including Vampirella, she awakens roughly 26 hours later to discover that the group has been sealed in the cave as part of a quarantine procedure. Vampirella as well as some members of the group start coughing and convulsing as they start to give birth to Chestbursters. Only Vampirella survives this process due to her nature as a vampire. After feeding to heal her chest wound, she and Lars try to find a way ou
  • Vampirella initially appeared in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror-comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969), running to issue #112 (March 1983). The title was a sister magazine of Warren's horror anthologies Creepy and Eerie. Like those magazines' respective mascots, Uncle Creepy and Cousin Eerie, Vampirella hosted horror stories, though unlike them, she would also star in her own story, which would headline each issue. Vampirella was initially edited by Bill Parente. It would later be edited by Archie Goodwin (issues #7-12, 34-5), Billy Graham (#13-16), Bill DuBay (#21-50, 87-95, 101-102) and Louise Jones (#51-86).
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Creators
Date
  • March 2001 – August 2003
  • November 1997 – April 2000
  • November 2010 – Present
  • September 1969 – March 1983
Hero
  • y
Status
  • Undead
ongoing
  • Y
Affiliation
  • Lilith
Cat
  • Superhero
Issues
  • : 10
  • : 22
  • : 26
  • : 112
Genre
  • horror, fantastic
Caption
  • Vampirella #1 . Cover art by Frank Frazetta
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Character Name
  • Vampirella
Aliases
Alias
  • Daughter of Lilith
Species
Title
  • Vampirella
Format
Powers
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  • Vampirella
Homeworld
  • Earth
  • Drakulon
Occupation
  • Monster Hunter
Sortkey
  • Vampirella
Debut
  • September, 1969
Gender
  • Female
Artists
Race
  • Vampire
Schedule
  • monthly
Writers
Publisher
  • Dynamite Entertainment
  • Warren Publishing
  • Harris Publications
Alter Ego
  • *
Limited
  • Y
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  • Vampirella is a vampire superheroine from another planet who first appeared in Warren Comics.
  • Vampirella is a fictional character, a comic book vampire superheroine created by Forrest J Ackerman and costume designer Trina Robbins in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969). Writer-editor Archie Goodwin later developed the character from horror-story hostess, in which capacity she remained through issue #8 (Nov. 1970), to a horror-drama leading character. Vampirella was ranked 35th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. In 2012, Dynamite Entertainment published a mini-series of 5 comics that crossover the Vampirella franchise with Dark Shadows.
  • Pendant féminin de Dracula. Née Ginette Waltrou (ou Ella Vampire selon certaines sources)
  • She is a vampire, since it was the daughter of Lilith and needs blood to survive and has many of the typical vampiric powers, including superhuman physical abilities, shapeshifting into a bat, immortality, and a mesmeric stare. She is not prone to the race's traditional weaknesses, such as daylight, holy water, garlic, or crosses. She does not attack people to drink their blood, except occasionally when she herself is attacked or desires to kill. She is almost always scantily clad in her signature red sling suit with a white collar and wearing shiny black knee-high boots.
  • Vampirella initially appeared in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror-comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969), running to issue #112 (March 1983). The title was a sister magazine of Warren's horror anthologies Creepy and Eerie. Like those magazines' respective mascots, Uncle Creepy and Cousin Eerie, Vampirella hosted horror stories, though unlike them, she would also star in her own story, which would headline each issue. Vampirella was initially edited by Bill Parente. It would later be edited by Archie Goodwin (issues #7-12, 34-5), Billy Graham (#13-16), Bill DuBay (#21-50, 87-95, 101-102) and Louise Jones (#51-86). As comics historian Richard J. Arndt describes, "Forrest Ackerman created, or at least had a strong hand in creating, Vampirella and he clearly had a major influence in shaping the lighthearted bad-girl story style of this issue as well." Her costume and hair style were designed by artist Trina Robbins. The character's first story artist was Tom Sutton. Artist Frank Frazetta's first-issue cover "was a substitute for the original cover by European artist Aslan." José González became the character's primary artist starting with issue #12. Other artists who would draw Vampirella during her magazine's original run included Gonzalo Mayo, Leopold Sanchez, Esteban Maroto, José Ortiz, Escolano, Rudy Nebres, Ramon Torrents, Pablo Marcos, Jim Janes, John Lakey, Val Lakey, and Louis Small. Backup features appearing in Vampirella included "Tomb of the Gods", "Pantha" and "Fleur". Vampirella herself also appeared in a story with fellow Warren characters Pantha and the Rook in Eerie #94-95, and with most of the Warren characters in a company crossover special in Eerie #130. The final issue of the original Vampirella was cover-dated March 1983.
  • Vampirella is published by Dynamite Entertainment in association with Harris Comics.
  • Vampirella is a superheroic Vampire whom both The Magdalena and Jackie Estacado have encountered and worked with. She met The Magdalena while they were both hunting a symbiotic Vampire trying to steal The Darkness from Jackie.
  • Vampirella is the titular character of her respective series and the protagonist in Aliens-Vampirella, she is a vampire and along with some crewmates, investigate a cave below a base on mars on suspicion of vampire activity. The cave turns out to be filled with xenomorph Ovomorphs. The group's proximity trigger the eggs and the majority of them are attacked and subdued by Facehuggers including Vampirella, she awakens roughly 26 hours later to discover that the group has been sealed in the cave as part of a quarantine procedure. Vampirella as well as some members of the group start coughing and convulsing as they start to give birth to Chestbursters. Only Vampirella survives this process due to her nature as a vampire. After feeding to heal her chest wound, she and Lars try to find a way out whilst evading the Xenomorph threat. Vampirella later comes across the Xenomorph that hatched from her, a Vampire Queen variant.
  • Vampirella is a tall pale woman with a mane of raven-black hair and green eyes. Her look is of a skimpy red outfit barely covering her nipples and genatalia, with a golden bat emblem over the crotch. She wears an upturned white collar at her neck, long high-heeled black boots, and a a golden bracelet on one arm.
  • thumb|Vampirella de Frank FrazettaVampirella é uma personagem de histórias em quadrinhos criada por Forrest J. Ackerman em1969, e que estreou na antiga editora norte-americana Warren, nas páginas de Creepy e Eerie e que posteriormente ganhou uma revista própria. Originalmente, ela é uma vampira extraterrestre de um planeta tendo dois sóis chamado Drakulon (ou Draculon). Apesar de idealizador, Ackerman não a finalizou sozinho, tendo influência direta de outros nomes importantes como Trina Robbins e Frank Frazetta, que definiram a roupagem e o desenho original dela, respectivamente. Mas também teve outros artistas igualmente importantes como Tom Sutton, José Gonzales, Enrich, Sanjulian, Gonzalo Mayo e outros.