Oh, how I miss this series. From the start of DC’s New 52, Joshua Fialkov and Andrea Sorrentino’s “I, Vampire” bled with furious creativity and a passion for vampire folklore. Fialkov’s love for the undead blood-suckers was ripe from the first issue, and it seems DC allowed him free reign to do whatever he wanted with the title. Unfortunately, the book never found the audience it deserved. Alas, it is no more. Nonetheless, DC is releasing Volume 3 this week and we’ve got the exclusive preview below.
WRITTEN BY: Joshua Hale Fialkov
ART BY: Andrea Sorrentino
PUBLISHER: DC Comics
RELEASE: October 9th, 2013
A nightmare has come true in this volume collecting I, VAMPIRE #0 and 13-19: Andrew Bennett, the only good vampire, has gone very, very bad! Now it’s up to Mary, Queen of Blood, to stop him. But to do that, she must find out which vampire turned him.
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