We’ve been huge advocates for Joshua Hale Fialkov and Andrea Sorrentino’s I, Vampire since the beginning of the New 52. Fialkov proved that vampires have a place in the DC Universe, brilliantly showcasing how various superheroes would react to bloodsuckers. “I, Vampire Vol. 2: Rise Of The Vampires” hit shops and book stores yesterday, and it’s well worth your time (see our review here). Below, you can check out an exclusive preview, courtesy of your pals at DC Comics.
WRITTEN BY: Joshua Hale Fialkov, Peter Milligan
ART BY: Andrea Sorrentino, Admira Wijaya, Daniel Sampere
PUBLISHER: DC Comics
RELEASE: March 13th, 2013
In this second New 52 collection, 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 it’s coming to pass. Plus, the vampire pilgrimage begins—but along the way, they encounter an ancient enemy: the Van Helsings!
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