This book has all the elements a Vampire comic should have; a real Vampire, a murky, sinister, setting and a hint of dry humor. Mike Raight does a wonderful job setting up the series and the cliffhanger in the end was a great one albeit a bit predictable. The artwork matches the tone of the story and the dialogue is sharp enough to cut a T-bone steak. If you're looking for something that doesn't have sparkling vampires, or vampires that are from the pages of Cosmopolitan, then this is the book for you. Read Full Review
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