I know you read Scarlet and that's my point. You read Scarlet, you didn't read this book. Your enthusiasm for Scarlet showed, even within that character you were ding the review in. I LOVED the Scarlet review. I'm just saying this one doesn't quite work as well. You're trying to duplicate the Scarlet review too soon.
But how do I reconcile three different types of vampires, and avoid stepping on the toes of continuity?
Maybe I set it in the 1980's, and do a vampire version of those teen comedies. Three vampire dudes meet, and get into wacky hijinks trying to get a bite!
I don't really see the benefit in some outside group, one that likely doesn't read too many comics, deciding what's acceptable for comics. I just wish that the companies were a little bit more self-aware of who should be able to read these books for their long-term health.
I believe she rejected the various offers because they came from villains or other shady sources. She also rejected the idea of becoming "part machine", and I'm not really sure why. Probably because editorial decided to keep her in the wheelchair.