"--Dark Mother, what is happening? Eternity passes. No idea how long I've been under. Feels like centuries. My head buzzes. Feels like insects in my skull. Worms of fire boring into my brain. And then I smell it."
Vampirella
"Know Thyself"
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Vampirella
Title: "Know Thyself"
Storyline: "Crown of Worms"
Volume: 4
number: 2
Cover date: January, 2011
Cover price: $3.99
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Credits
Editor-in-Chief: Nick Barrucci
Writers: Eric Trautman
Pencilers: Wagner Reis; Fabiano Neves
Inkers: Wagner Reis; Fabiano Neves
Cover artists: Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic; Joe Jusko; Paul Renaud; Lucio Parrillo
Cover inker: Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic; Joe Jusko; Paul Renaud; Lucio Parrillo
Cover colorist: Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic; Joe Jusko; Paul Renaud; Lucio Parrillo
Colorists: Inlight Studio
Letterers: Marshall Dillon
Editors: Joseph Rybandt
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"Know Thyself" is the title to the second issue of the Vampirella, Volume 4 ongoing comic book series published by Dynamite Entertainment. It is the second chapter in the "Crown of Worms" storyline. The story was written by Eric Trautman with artwork and inks by Wagner Reis and Fabiano Neves. It was colored by Inlight Studio and lettered by Marshall Dillon. The story was edited by Joseph Rybandt. This issue shipped with a January, 2011 cover date and carries a cover price of $3.99 per copy (US).

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Having already fought past several vampires at the Carmilla biters club, Vampirella now faces her foe, Le Fanu. Le Fanu produces serpentine tentacles from her hand, which infects Vampirella with a poison that causes her to hallucinate.

In the hallucination, Vampirella finds herself back on Drakulon, fighting up against an alternate version of herself. The alternate Vampi chides her counterpart for hunting down her own kind. Vampirella eventually gains the upper hand on her doppelganger by slicing her throat open.

Vampirella shakes off the effects of the hallucination and frees herself. She fights back against Le Fanu and slices her hand off with her medallion. Le Fanu's bat-like vampire underlings fly in to attack Vampi, but she holds them off with Holy water grenades.

Vampi pursues Le Fanu into the main dance hall of the club where she grabs a partier named Sofia as a hostage. She threatens to kill her unless Vampirella backs off.

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Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Vampirella's medallion has silver alloy in it, which is painful to other vampires. It has also been blessed by the Vatican, making it a Holy relic.
  • During the hallucination sequence, Vampirella fights against a version of herself. The alternate Vampi is illustrated in the classic design of the character with the open red bathing suit and white collar.
  • This is the first appearance of Sofia, who is a club patron that Le Fanu takes hostage.

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