The overall experience in I, Vampire #15 is quite enjoyable, but it's hard not to wonder what might have been if the title had retained its award-winning artist. Calero will find his unique voice for the series instead of aping Sorrentino (and, honestly, the sooner, the better). Until then, I, Vampire fans will just have to settle for some of the best writing to be found at DC. Read Full Review
"I, Vampire" #15 feels like a transitional issue, moving pieces forward on the gameboard without fully revealing the final goal. Plans are afoot and designs playing out, but the reader is drawn in more than left as a mere observer. The issue delivers plenty of story, a nice bit of action and an attack from a vampire dog, which is more than most comic books can claim today. These elements, woven into strong characterization from Fialkov and nice art from Calero make "I, Vampire" a book worth sampling. There are lots of vampire stories out there, but as clich as it is to say so; this one is not like those others. Read Full Review
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