TITLE: Van Helsing: Hellfire
PUBLISHER: Zenescope
WRITER: Joe Brusha
ILLUSTRATOR: Rodrigo Xaiver
COLORS: Robby Bevard
LETTERS: Taylor Esposito
EDITOR: Rachel Bishop
COVER: Igor Vitorino
PRICE: $5.99
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WEBSITE: www.zenescope.com
SUMMARY: Van Helsing has dealt with it all, from cursed creatures and undead beings, to interdimensional travel and the underworld itself. But when a new threat arises in the form of the Hellfire club, a cult of demon worshipers determined to tear our world down, Liesel must rely on every skill she has at her disposal, as well as her highly inventive intellect, if she hopes to survive what is coming her way!
COMMENTS: The girls are all super sexy and running around in costumes that resemble them running around in their underwater. This is a horror comic and there is the appropriate level of horror violence. The bad guys are from the Hellfire Club, which made me think of the X-Men every time I read their name. That kind of took me out of the moment. All in all the comic was a lot of fun but the ending didn’t feel like an ending and it would have been better if it read “to be continued…”

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TITLE: Van Helsing: Hellfire PUBLISHER: Zenescope WRITER: Joe Brusha ILLUSTRATOR: Rodrigo Xaiver COLORS: Robby Bevard LETTERS: Taylor Esposito EDITOR: Rachel Bishop COVER: Igor Vitorino PRICE: $5.99 RATING: WEBSITE: www.zenescope.com SUMMARY: Van Helsing has dealt with it all, from cursed creatures and undead beings, to interdimensional travel and the underworld itself. But when a new threat arises in the form...