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Straight off the shocking events of last issue and continuing the story from this month’s JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #7, 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 its coming to pass.

Written by Joshua Hale Fialkov
Pencilled by Andrea Sorrentino
Inked by Andrea Sorrentino
Lettered by DC Lettering
Colored by Marcelo Maiolo
Cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Price: $2.99
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  1. One of the best titles out there right now…….Hope this book finds a larger audience I don’t wanna see it get canceled.

    • Well, I picked this up because of the cross-over with JL Dark, first time I’ve bought it. Maybe they’ll hook maybe, maybe they won’t.

    • Agreed, would really hate to see this book get cancelled. Every issue has been better than the one before it, and Sorrentino has become one of my favorite artists over the last few issues in particular.

  2. I like when a crossover involves two titles you already get…I found this to be the much more compelling of the first two parts of this tale. The art, as usual, is incredible

    • almost forgot….best line of the week…”Everyone who’s either human, dressed like a hooker or wearing a really stupid outfit get behind me.”

  3. This is my first time reading thisand it was quite good, and the art was fantastic. I suggested my gf picking this title up in an effort on her part to read some comics she might enjoy and knowing she likes vampire stuff and shes been buying it ever since, i might have to go back and read through her copies now.

  4. Avatar photo consafo80 (@consafo80) says:

    Picked up this cause of the Justice League Dark crossover. I liked it and thought the art was really good I especially liked the double page spread that looked like an old woodcut picture.

  5. good book and good crossover too!

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