Review: Van Helsing vs. The League of Monsters #6

The final part of this mini-series. This is what it has all been building up to – Van Helsing Vs The League Of Monsters #6 is out now from Zenescope Entertainment.

This is the battle you’ve been waiting for! Our heroes face off against the combined forces of the League of Monsters with the very fate of the world hanging in the balance.

Writer: Dave Franchini
Artwork: Julius Abrera

This final issue does a very good job of finishing off some existing issues and storylines, while building up for the future. Of course there are losses – these are done well and are kind of expected. There are some interesting twists and turns too.

This is more of an ensemble book than just Van Helsing – Van Helsing is the connective tissue here, and the one that brings both the humans and villains together.

Robyn really has some time to shine here – she does seem a lot more chirpy than she is in her own mini-series. That is saying something as she has to deal with a pack of werewolves here.

Hellchild is well done too – she has other powers and this links in nicely with them all. I like the reveal though and there’s a good ‘of course’ moment for the reader.

As I say there are thing to look forward to in the future. There is the Jekyll and Hyde problem – I expect that will be a long, ongoing problem with its ups and downs.
Then there is the classic dusting off at the end – that may be more of an immediate problem.

I also like the way that the main villains were put away – certainly there must be a door for them to return in the future.

Nevertheless, this issue finishes things off well and Van Helsing should have a nice rest. An excellent finish!

You can get Van Helsing Vs. The League Of Monsters from Zenescope Entertainment digitally on Amazon/ComiXology

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