Vampirella - Collected Editions - Warren Magazine Stories

Warren Magazine Stories

  • Vampirella vs. the Cult of Chaos (reprints from #8-9, 11-16)
  • Vampirella: Transcending Time & Space (reprints from #17-23)
  • Vampirella: A Scarlet Thirst (reprints from #30-31, 36, 71-72, 92, 94-96, 110)
  • Vampirella & the Blood-Red Queen of Hearts (reprints from #49, 60- 62, 65-66, 101-102)
  • Vampirella Classic #1-5
  • Vampirella of Drakulon #1-5, special issue #0
  • Vampirella Retro #1-3
  • Vampirella: Silver Anniversary Collection #1-4
  • Vampirella: Legendary Tales #1-2
  • Vampirella: Crimson Chronicles
    • Volume 1 (reprints from #1-10), 2004, ISBN 978-0-910692-96-0
    • Volume 2 (reprints from #11-18), 2004, ISBN 978-0-910692-95-3
    • Volume 3 (reprints from #19-28), 2005, ISBN 978-0-910692-94-6
    • Volume 4 (reprints from #29-41), 2006, ISBN 978-0-910692-91-5
  • Vampirella: Crimson Chronicles Maximum Volume 1 (reprints from #1-37), 448 pages, 2008, ISBN 0-910692-85-8

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