I, Vampire #7

I, Vampire #7

Writer: Joshua Hale Fialkov Artist: Andrea Sorrentino Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 28, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Straight off the shocking events of last issue and continuing the story from this month's JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #7, Andrew Bennett finds himself in a place he never thought he'd reach during his countless decades walking the Earth. But his absence on Earth signals a deadly loss of order in the vampire hierarchy, as the savage attack on humanity he's long feared looks like its coming to pass.

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Tony 'G-Man' Guerrero Mar 28, 2012

    There's nothing like a good crossover to connect the different corners of the DC Universe. This is both a good and bad thing as Batman being here still feels a little forced and you have to read JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK before this issue. Don't let your distaste for vampires stop you from reading this book. This is one of best new titles to come out of the "New 52." Fialkov and Sorrentino are consistently delivering a great book month after month. If nothing else, you'll want to read this for Fialkov's witty dialogue, especially one line Mary, Queen of Blood makes. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Mar 28, 2012

    Sorrentino's artwork has been impressive since day one, but like the writer, he must now step up and offer something new. Nothing like Cain has been seen in these pages before, and Sorrentino creates an astonishing new visual to demonstrate his power. The presence of the Justice League Dark members give him a chance to play around with some lighter elements -- glowing coats and magic spells -- but he expertly keeps it all grounded in his wonderfully horrific style. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Minhquan Nguyen Apr 1, 2012

    The vampire stars of the title shine, but the Bat-family and JLD serve as rather poor, largely pointless guests, taking up valuable page-time that could be devoted to giving us more info on the lord of all evil here. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Apr 9, 2012

    I continue to be impressed with the Jae Lee-esque visuals offered by regular series artist Andrea Sorrentino. It suits the supernatural, monstrous tone of the plot and characters. Unfortunately, it's not well suited for the more traditional super-hero elements incorporated into this crossover story arc. Batman doesn't look cool or intimidating in any way, and it's difficult to tell the teen vampire hunter apart from Zatanna. Andrew Bennett's limbo experience made for a striking visual. Those scenes served as a welcome break from the confusion and inky darkness of the main action, and I loved the contrast of the jet-black word balloons against the blank canvas of white that represented the never-place in which the protagonist finds himself. Read Full Review

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