Pour fêter ses 25 ans de publication, Dawn se fait une virée entre fille en compagnie de la célèbre Vampirella. Le créateur de Dawn, Joseph Linsner, se chargera intégralement de cette mini-série en 6 chapitres.
Sortie prévue pour fin 2014.
[quote]In Dawn / Vampirella, a ten-headed demon named Ravana tricks Dawn and Vampirella, snatching them away and holding them hostage. With the two most beautiful women in all worlds at his mercy, Ravana wishes to select one as a mate to usher in a new age. Rather than a challenge of physical prowess, the ladies choose a more sophisticated and feminine contest, facing each other instead in a competition of storytelling prowess. If Dawn wins, the new age will be one of light. If Vampirella wins, it will be an age of darkness. Together, they take Ravana to the bloody shores of Drakulon, to post-apocalyptic New York, and to worlds beyond his wildest dreams. Ultimately, the ladies know that they must join forces to overcome him… but what common ground can be found between Goddess and Vampire?
“Vampirella is comic book royalty, right up there with Wonder Woman, Sue Storm, and Red Sonja,” says Linsner. “She is an icon; there is only one Vampi. In many ways, she is the original independent ‘Bad Girl.’ She started in black and white, and so did Dawn. It is an extreme honor to have Dawn share the stage with Vampirella in her very first crossover.”
Joseph Michael Linsner is most well-known for Dawn, his personal Pin-Up Goddess. After her debut appearance on the cover of Cry for Dawn #1 in 1989, Dawn struck a chord with thousands of fans on an international level. She is currently published in six languages and has come to life in the form of statues, action figures, t-shirts, lithographs, lunch boxes, and trading cards. An award-winning illustrator, Linsner has painted covers for all of the major comics characters, including Wolverine, Justice League, Conan, and Vampirella. One of his proudest moments was getting to illustrate a short story written by Stan Lee for Actor Comics Presents.[/quote]