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Title: Eve: Vampire Diva #2
Publisher Name: Arcana
Writer: Frank J. LaPerch
Art: Ash Jackson
Full Color, $3.95

Safety Content Label: T+ TEENS AND UP - Appropriate for most readers 13 and up, parents are advised that they might want to read before or with younger children.

Publishers Blurb:
Eve and Girdron have to battle a witch’s coven at The Tourniquet club. Eve will have no rest as she’s thrust into a party at her apartment for her reality show . . . and Devon shows up on this lovely full moon of a night.

Reviewer Comments:
Another outing for our favorite vampire diva (see my review of issue #1 for an "overview" of the series). This time around we get to know Girdron a lot better, which is great, as his "working" relationship with Eve really clicks. This time they bust up a coven, only to discover that Eve's (supposedly dead werewolf) ex-boyfriend is not really dead. Once that's resolved Eve comes home to a party that her agent set up to rile up their reality show ratings.

The momentum of the first book continues right on through this one, only getting better along the way. Like I said, the relationship and banter between Eve and Girdron is great, and frankly the dialog throughout the series is clever all the way around. The art is as lively as ever and, dang, this is just a really good, fun book. Even if you're sick of the vampire genre, you will probably still enjoy this book.