Straight off the shocking events of last month’s I, VAMPIRE #6, vampires across the world have gone berserk, attacking anyone and everyone with a pulse.

Fearing her apocalyptic vision of the future has come to pass, Madame Xanadu mobilizes the team to intervene. But everything the JL Dark members know about how to slay a vampire is useless, for the world has changed.

It’s a crossover that had to be, continuing into this month’s I, VAMPIRE #7!

Written by Peter Milligan
Pencilled by Daniel G Sampere
Lettered by Rob Leigh
Colored by Ulises Arreola Palomera
Cover by Ryan Sook

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.1%


boomergirl03/29/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. Crap…didn’t pick up I, Vampire. Anyone else read it? Worth picking up?

  2. I picked up the first issue on a whim a few weeks ago and enjoyed it enough to buy all of the back issues. From the cover of the first issue, I was afraid it was some kind of icky Twilight thing, but it’s actually pretty good. And it’s Bram Stoker style vampires, which I think is awesome.

  3. I got nervous when I saw Janin wasn’t on this issue. But then I looked ahead and saw he’s back for the next sory arch (starting issue 9). *sigh of relief*

    That said, I’m totally unfamiliar with Sampere’s art so maybe it’ll be even better.

  4. I guess Ill go back and read I’ Vampire.

  5. I’m glad this crossover is happening because this book is my favorite Justice League book. JLI is no good, IMO and JLA keeps sucking me in and kicking me down(they tricked me with Shazam). Also reading this made me go back and pick up I, Vampire. I read issue 5 and 6 and they were really good.

  6. I am picking this back up once Jeff Lemier gets on the book

    • Same here. I dropped this awhile ago so I think if I pick this back up now, I’ll be totally confused. Still, can’t wait till Lemire gets on this book.

  7. Had to drop this for budgetary reasons.

    Trying to reduce my crossover exposure.


  8. I’m liking this but not loving it. Lemire will be on soon so I figure I might as well keep a full run going because I’m enjoying it enough.

    • That’s where I’m at. This was just another thoroughly average issue but with Lemire coming up, I may as well not drop it for the few issues before he takes over.

  9. This issue was a big let down for me. I’m a big Milligan fan but the dialog was all over the place, and not having Mikel Janinon on art made it very hard for me to find anything really enjoyable about this issue. It’s a shame cause this being part one of the cross with I Vampire it should have been alot better 2/5- like the posters above. I’m really looking forward to Lemire taking over this title as well.—On the positive side I thought I Vampire was ALOT better then this which hopefully will save this cross from being a bust.

  10. This book has been going nowhere for months…is it finally worth reading, or do you wait for Lemire?

    • If you haven’t been reading it, wait for Lemire. There’s nothing fantastic here. It’s not awful enough for me to drop it for the few issue wait until Lemire, but I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.

  11. This issue was maybe the biggest let down of JLD. Thankfully I, Vampire picked up the slack and the second part of the Andrew Bennett saga was really good. I was going to be sad to see Miligen go, but bring me Lemire.

  12. I’m pulling for this book, but I’m getting tired of the dire situations. The disorganization of the team should’ve been smoothed out by the end of the first arc. Hearing Constantine resist being part of a team is gonna get old real soon. It’s strange because I’m a big fan of Milligan’s Hellblazer, but he seems to be either spread too thin hear, or too restricted. Maybe both. In my opinion, the first arc should’ve had a more solid reason for the necessity of this team than just Xanadu trippin’ balls.

    Also, the stakes are constantly too high. Any team book needs some downtime for both the characters to get to know one another, and the readers to observe them interacting. We need to care. Jumping right from the Enchantress story to this is a mistake.

    That said, I love so many of these characters that I’m willing to stick around. I liked the art in this issue, and I’m looking forward to seeing what Lemire does with this.

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