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Title: Eve: Vampire Diva #3
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 must stop a rampaging Devon. They then learn of Sylvania’s plans and the fate of the world rests on Barbie Moore’s new single.

Reviewer Comments:
Once again, for a series overview, see my review of issue #1, but suffice it to say, this is a well crafted series. Issue #3 picks up where #2 left of without missing a beat, Eve trying to act cool for reality show cameras, while dealing with an unexpected party in her apartment, a younger obnoxious diva crashing the party, and her werewolf ex-boyfriend trying not to "wolf out" in her bedroom, among other things. Needless to say, mayhem ensues. This issue brings the story full circle and has a couple surprises to boot!

Once again, another good issue from LaPerch and Jackson. It's jam packed with all kinds of stuff happening... I'm amazed at how they can develop and explore scenes so thoroughly, and yet manage to pack so many such scenes in there. It feels like a lot more ground is covered than your average comic book, yet nothing is glossed over either, though granted, this book is packed all the way to the inside of the back cover! The only real downside to this book is that there's only one more issue left in this mini-series. The characters are strong enough to carry through a lot of adventures, and I hope someday Eve can get developed into an on-going series (with LaPerch and Jackson in tow, of course)!