Straight from the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK comes John Constantine! Problem is, rather than help Andrew in his war against the Queen of Blood, Constantine figures it would make more sense to just wipe out all of the vampires, including Andrew!
There's a deep darkness present in the DC Universe. An army of vampires is being assembled and we're finally seeing some other familiar characters take notice. Andrew Bennett wants to do the right thing and is finding himself having to make tough choices. The idea of a vampire hunting vampire might sound familiar but the presentation here is top notch. Joshua Hale Fialkov's writing is something everyone should experience. Coupled with Sorrentino's vibrantly moody art, the story is shaping up to be a glorious experience. The world of I, VAMPIRE is a great place to see in comics but not one you'd want to visit. There is a feeling that this darkness could and should spill over into the rest of the DC Universe and Bennett is going to have his hands full. Fialkov and Sorrentino are breathing new life into the vampire genre and elevating it back to where it deservers to be. Read Full Review
The cover is a bit misleading, since we expect a fight between John Constantine and Andrew Bennett to happen. The actual conflict between them in the book is not nearly as intense as the cover leads to believe. That aside, I actually like this cover better than the previous ones. The colouring is simply beautiful. The contrast between the fighting scene that is depicted and the softness of the colours is very appealing. Read Full Review
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