DC’s Dark lineup continues to blow us away week after week, and I, Vampire stands out as the cream of the crop. Not only are Fialkov and Sorrentino restoring the vampire genre, but they are telling a brilliant tale of love, loss, terror, and destruction. The series started out as a forbidden love story and it has expanded into a vast epic that threatens to utterly destroy the world. The crossover with “Justice League Dark” has only added to the magnitude of this series, proving that horror stories have a place in the DC Universe. The combination of Filakov’s tight writing and Sorrentino dark, highly stylized artwork is near perfection. Check out the gorgeous preview below from DC Comics.
WRITTEN BY: Joshua Hale Fialkov
ART BY: Andrea Sorrentino
PUBLISHER: DC Comics
RELEASE: April 25
As the Justice League Dark team faces the end of all magic – and perhaps life itself – only one man can challenge the dark force known as Cain: Andrew Bennett. He’s back from the dead, but whose side is he on? Regardless of the answer, nothing will be the same for either series when “Rise of the Vampires” is over!
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