I Vampire #5

I Vampire #5

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV
Art by ANDREA SORRENTINO
The war of the vampires comes to Batman's doorstep! The Queen of Blood has deadly plans for the citizens of Gotham City, but before Andrew can stop her, he must face The Dark Knight!
Date Available: 01/25/2012
BONUS REVIEW by John 'Doc' Schaefer

When did Gotham City become the end all / be all of the new 52 universe? And more over, why? Not that Gotham City isn't great, don't get me wrong. But we all ready have at least 4 bat-titles set there. Add in Jonah Hex's adventures in Gotham over in All Star Western and now Andrew Bennett comes to town. Why not Central City, Coast City, Happy Harbour ... how about freakin' Detroit. Now I get the tie in, Batman meets real vampire batman but that irony was funny some forty years ago when Rankin/Bass brought it up in their classic movie Mad Monster Party. The good news is that Andrew's character is beginning to develop beyond his whiny AMC mini-series beginnings. But we still keep aiming for that target audience. The revelation of the vampire's hiding spot in Gotham and the journey there is straight out of a script for Walking Dead or True Blood. The good news is that Mary is still insane and wearing skin tight body tattoos.
5 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV
Art by ANDREA SORRENTINO
The war of the vampires comes to Batman's doorstep! The Queen of Blood has deadly plans for the citizens of Gotham City, but before Andrew can stop her, he must face The Dark Knight!
Date Available: 01/25/2012
BONUS REVIEW by John 'Doc' Schaefer

When did Gotham City become the end all / be all of the new 52 universe? And more over, why? Not that Gotham City isn't great, don't get me wrong. But we all ready have at least 4 bat-titles set there. Add in Jonah Hex's adventures in Gotham over in All Star Western and now Andrew Bennett comes to town. Why not Central City, Coast City, Happy Harbour ... how about freakin' Detroit. Now I get the tie in, Batman meets real vampire batman but that irony was funny some forty years ago when Rankin/Bass brought it up in their classic movie Mad Monster Party. The good news is that Andrew's character is beginning to develop beyond his whiny AMC mini-series beginnings. But we still keep aiming for that target audience. The revelation of the vampire's hiding spot in Gotham and the journey there is straight out of a script for Walking Dead or True Blood. The good news is that Mary is still insane and wearing skin tight body tattoos.
5 out of 10 Grahams
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