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Skinner Sweet is back! And he’s hunting Hollywood vampires in 1954. But how did he survive the horrible events of Taipan back in WWII?

Unlikely alliances are formed, secrets are revealed, and another name gets crossed off “The Blacklist” as the next major AMERICAN VAMPIRE epic roars on!

Written by Scott Snyder
Art by Rafael Albuquerque
Cover by Rafael Albuquerque
Variant Cover by Dave Johnson

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.8%
Avg Rating: 4.5
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  1. Woo Hoo, bring on Skinner Sweet!

  2. 349 pulls is a crime, people. Give this book more love – still consistently one of my favorites. Glad that Snyder is still sticking with the book that brought him to the game.

    • I think there might be a lot of folks are like me, who prefer to love this awesome book in collected form. Hence the low pulls.

    • I hear ya – it’s tough to balance what you want in issue and what you want in trade. I just always fear the publisher saying there isn’t enough issues sold and they end up cancelling it as is dictated by today’s market. A fantastic book like this should not go on the chopping block.

  3. Another solid issue. That skinner sweet makes my skin crawl

  4. I’m really loving this storyline so far.

  5. this series is consistantly good. i find this storyline particularly interesting. i wonder if the Dracula mini that snyder is doing will tie into this or the next storyline somehow.
    “shhh. i’m tanning.” was awesome.
    and i almost hate to say it, but i think it’s time to lay Henry to rest. their relationship doesn’t make for good reading. he’s just a boring character. seems like he’d want to be a vampire like her so that they could be together always and truly share their lives. that would be more to my romantic tastes. i’m confident that Pearl will suffer his tragic death and add more layers to her character.
    Then she’ll hate herself for having a desire for Sweet. thus, more layers. she’ll be a “pearl” onion before it’s all said and done. lol. besides, the dynamic between Pearl and Skinner is far more interesting .

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