Series: Vampirella [2010]

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Vampirella (2010) #1 by Eric Trautmann1
Vampirella (2010) #7 by Eric Trautmann7
Vampirella (2010) #9 by Eric Trautmann9
Vampirella (2010) Annual #1 by Brandon Jerwa2011 Annual
Vampirella (2010) #16 by Eric Trautmann16
Vampirella (2010) #17 by Eric Trautmann17
Vampirella (2010) #18 by Eric Trautmann18
Vampirella (2010) #19 by Eric Trautmann19
Vampirella (2010) #20 by Eric Trautmann20
Vampirella Annual # 22012 Annual
Vampirella (2010) #21 by Brandon Jerwa21
Vampirella (2010) #22 by Brandon Jerwa22
Vampirella # 2323
Vampirella # 2424
Vampirella # 2525
Vampirella # 2626
Vampirella # 2727
Vampirella # 2828
Vampirella # 2929
Vampirella # 3030
Vampirella # 3131
Vampirella # 3232
Vampirella # 3333
Vampirella # 3434
Vampirella # 3636
Vampirella # 3737
Vampirella # 3838
Vampirella, Volume 1: Crown of Worms by Eric Trautmann1-7 collected
Vampirella, Volume 2: A Murder of Crows by Eric Trautmann8-11 collected
Vampirella, Volume 3: Throne of Skulls by Eric Trautmann12-20 collected
Vampirella, Volume 4: Inquisition by Brandon Jerwa21-26 collected

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