The killers plans unravel as the FBI agents on the case become more . . . unhinged. When one agent starts planting evidence it may be the end for this bloody romance . . . and it looks like the vampires the one taking the fall.
The plot is split between Tim Seeley and Joshua Scott Emmons. I'm assuming Emmons does most of the leg work, as Seeley also does the art. It's an interesting plot, a nice little mystery woven into some very obvious excuses for a vampire and a hot serial killer woman to make whoopee. At least these characters are characterized, if only a little bit. It makes you care a little more about them. And they're very interesting people, well, an interesting person and an interesting monster in human appearance I should say. Read Full Review
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