Vampirella: Morning in America

Kurt Busiek's classic reboot on Vampirella from 1991 ushers her into the modern age in "Vampirella: Morning In America!" Washington is gripped with fear as people vanish during the night. The Unseelie Congress (a collective of demons, ghouls, monsters and "things that go bump in the night") are responsible, and they meet to celebrate the official "death" of their arch nemesis, Vampirella. Adam Van Helsing has moved on and is now a Senator, using his new political power to secretly battle the forces of darkness. Part 1 (of 4), 48 pages.