Not really sure what specific issues I've read so far of this book, but the Vampirella Crimson Chronicles TPB collects the first 37 issues of the Warren magazine.
The first two stories by Forrest J Ackerman were quite different from the random, either Archie Goodwin or Steve Englehart stories I've read in other collections. Reading them in chronological order in this collection really shows how different a direction the series took after only two stories.
I am also torn on whether I enjoy Jose Gonzalez or Tom Sutton. I have only read one maybe two stories prior to this collection of Mr Sutton's art. I've always enjoyed his art, especially his horror in those Charelton titles. I think he doesn't have as masterful of a hand as Senior Gonzalez does with Vampirella, (or the female form in general) but I think I like his art over all better. Especially the story "The Testing". Mr Sutton was "off the hook" with his art in that issue. Something about it flowed so well from hideous wheelchair bound cultist, to undead brute to Vampirella's shapely form.
I am very impressed and happy with this collection so far and glad I found it. With this, attaining the remaining series in original magazines doesn't seem so financially impossible.
I am also glad to see in the credits that there is some of Jose Ortiz's work in this collection as well, as I believe benday-dot praised. It's towards the end of the collection, but I look forward to seeing it.