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Dynamite Entertainment and Visionborne Partner for 3D Edition of 'Vampirella: Feary Tales'


Dynamite Entertainment and digital comics studio Visionborne have partnered to produce a special edition release of Vampirella: Feary Tales. The series is featured on the Visionbooks platform in a new format that showcases movement and visual effects in every panel of the comic book.

Vampirella: Feary Tales celebrates Vampirella's 45th Anniversary with five issues of twisted tales, bizarre bedtime stories, and fearsome fables in the tradition of the original Warren magazines, each featuring everyone's favorite sexy, kick-ass vampire-turned-monster hunter.

In Feary Tales, Nancy A. Collins, the bestselling author renowned for her horror fiction in comics (Swamp Thing) and novels (Sunglasses After DarkVamps), assembled a team of today's most accomplished writers to contribute "twisted tales, bizarre bedtime stories, and fearsome fables" in the tradition of the classic Warren Vampirella magazine publications. The anthology is held together by a unique, cohesive framework which grants freedom of creative storytelling for contributing talents Gail Simone, Stephen R. Bissette, Elmo Eklabuz, Ronilson Freire, Devin Grayson, Jack Jadson, Joe R. Lansdale, Elaine Lee, Stuart Moore, Steve Niles, John Shirley, Denis St. John, and Eric Trautmann.

Download the first issue of the series for free on the Visionbooks app (on the web: www.visionbooks.co,, on iPad, and on Google Play) or as a single app on your tablet under the name Vampirella: Feary Tales #1 (on iPad and on Google Play).

Visionbooks revolutionizes comic book reading by transforming two-dimensional comic books into a 3D digital animation experience. By combining traditional comics with cutting-edge technology, Visionbooks creates a reading experience with special effects enhancements you would normally expect from blockbuster movies.

"It's been really cool to see Vampirella come to life with Visionbooks' technology," says Dynamite Director of Business Development Rich Young.  "We are excited to be working with them and think fans of the character will enjoy these comics."

"With our technology, we wanted to bring something new, engaging and dynamic to the world of comics.  Thanks to our collaboration with Dynamite, we can push the envelope even further in bringing to life one of the most iconic characters in the comic universe: Vampirella," remarks Visionbooks co-founder, Simone Offredo. 


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